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Monday, June 22, 2009

Remembering Burton's Batman 20 years later

June 23, 1989: the day that Tim Burton's Batman opened in theaters.

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Monday, May 11, 2009

Casting the next Star Trek - Part 2

Back for more? Welcome to part two of my choices for who should be cast as classic Star Trek characters in future movie sequels. Whether Damon Lindelof, Alex Kurtzman or Roberto Orci will mine any of the 79 original Star Trek episodes for potential storylines for their next Star Trek movie remains to be seen, but if they do, there's no shortage of storylines, heroes and villains that they could draw from. It doesn't have to be Khan, y'know.

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Sunday, May 10, 2009

Casting the next Star Trek movie - Part 1

You know that it's become a different Star Trek when the Beastie Boys play on the film's soundtrack. J.J. Abrams has unleashed his new Star Trek and blown away the dust that's built up on the franchise for 40 years. Trekkers/Trekkies have always known that their beloved sci-fi universe had a lot of good things going for it but having a fresh take can also make us take a new look at old characters and places. So with the new Star Trek a proven hit and a sequel inevitable it's time to take a look back at the first adventures of Kirk and Spock in the 1960s and see who could play some of the most memorable supporting characters from Star Trek. Warning: there be Klingons ahead.

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Sunday, March 8, 2009

Exclusive: The pilot for the new V series reviewed

I was one of the kids from the original Star Wars generation when pop culture entertainment suddenly became obsessed with space ships, alien worlds and robots. If you didn’t live around the late 1970s to early 1980s it’s hard to illustrate just how big shows like the original Star Wars, Superman, Close Encounters and even the dodgier ones like Battlestar Galactica were to kids from that time. We ate it up the way that today’s teen girls and single moms looking for Mr. Right write the surname “Cullen” after “Mrs.” and their first name on the inside front covers of their Twilight books.

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Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Return of the Thing screenplay reviewed: Part 2

This is the second part of the review for Return of the Thing, a two-part mini-series that was in development in 2005 for the Sci Fi Channel. Click here to read the first part of this review or else you're going to be locked in a kennel with the rest of Clark's dogs.


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Monday, February 16, 2009

Exclusive: A look at the Return of the Thing screenplay

Antarctica, Winter, 1982. The two survivors of U.S. Outpost #31 face each other as the blasted remains of their camp burn around them. Both men are unsure if the other is who they say they are, but both also know that it doesn’t really matter right now. As they accept the inevitable they sit down across from each other and begin to pass a bottle of booze back and forth, never taking their weapons from off the other.

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Saturday, February 2, 2002

Director's Cut: Script review of Rendezvous with Rama

Howdy all. It's been about six weeks since my last Director's Cut, and I hope you've been groovin' with the film updates as well as what Dayna, Reg and the other hombres are doing with Test Pattern. So far 2002 has been a turbulent year for myself, in-between juggling time to update CA, fill my duties as the News Editor of Universal's 13th Street and run the business side of Corona. Somewhere in there I also managed to find the time to pitch a comic book series (my first since I wrote Technopolis for Caliber Comics back in '98), so I'm crossing my fingers and hoping to hear good things back from the editor. And if he likes my proposal, you better believe you'll hear about it from me, so send good thoughts my way!

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Monday, July 24, 2000
Sunday, June 4, 2000

Director's Cut: A Question of Ethics

Do ethics and morals apply when it comes to the realm of Internet movie websites? That's the question that's been asked this past weekend by webmasters around the world.

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