Well, despite having more God Machines than the Pope's Garage and more loose ends than a Caprican Strip-club "YEEEEAAAHH!" I was pleased. So say we all? LAUNCH ALL DISASTERS!
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Denzel, and Gary Oldman in one film!? Will there be any scenery left to chew?
Their previous sci-fi effort was a lot smaller in scale, but still looks interesting from this old flyer I found.
Word has it that on set egos and conflicts may lead to Hayden Panetierre leaving "Heroes" which I think is a brilliant idea because I think we're all ready for her to be launched into superstardom.
Her new film should do that nicely I think.
So, I was digging through some old files and found some old photoshopperie (with appropriate comments which I have italicized to show their oldness) I did when Battlestar was first announced. And can I say, boy was I on to something back then. Hollywood needs to stop remaking and changing things because it is ALWAYS a disaster as I think we have learned from this dumb-ass show. Though I will admit I was apparently very culturally insensitive at the time. I guess BSG, and all it's hippie namby pamby preaching, has had some effect on me.
First off, a girl Starbuck? Jesus, what's next? DISASTER!
Uh huh... I wonder how they'll explain a Daggit with their precious "realism".
Need I say more? Am I right, or am I right?
Oh, and finally, you wanna see just how far they're going to go with this liberal claptrap? Check this out.
I will drop the faux snark for a moment...
Have a good week friends, like Kara Thrace I'm outta h...