The Sci-Fi spot for fans of all kinds of Science Fiction to discuss films, TV shows, directors, outer space or time travel, aliens, androids, strange, dystopian, or apocalyptic scenarios, future films, zombies, monsters, action, horror & more.
"ooh...I forgot about this one...it's one I wanted to see but never got around to renting it...looking forward to seeing the answer so I can add it to my queue since I drawing a complete blank on the name."
"War Zone is in my queue. Lot of good superhero stuff coming out over the next few years from Marvel...just hope DC can come out with more stuff than just Batman every few years...Flash would be great but it looks like Green Lantern is up next."
"Odd parties in Manhattan in the 70's. Mostly in the Village at a friend of a friend of a fr.. you know. Sometimes upper East Side in million dollar apartments overlooking Central Park - all kinds of people from Hollywood, the NY…"
"It's pretty simple, just follow the simple instructions. If not, chat or call them up. Most of the time when I've had any LAN problems they were hardware (ie: unfixable) related and I just swapped the router out for a new…"
"I couldn't get into Mad Men when it was new and all the rage, and haven't tried again. Same goes for the others you mentioned. Dexter, too.. Sitting in front of the TV is the opposite of what all my doctors keep yelling…"
"Bourdain has bounced between the ordinary and the fringe, from Texas barbecue joints to post-war militia zones like Kurdistan and Mozambique. This year, with the move to CNN, his new Parts Unknown series turns up his travelogue format to 11.…"
"I like Mel (he and I crossed paths a few times). But Young Frankenstein and Blazing Saddles are really his only work that has and will survive the test of time. Too bad, the guy's a mad genius. And funny as hell in person."