My third and final YouTube discovery of the morning (everyone breathes sighs of relief) is this nifty little video. It’s the Battlestar Galactica credits re-worked for Star Trek Deep Space Nine. Very professionally made.
You can tell I’ve been gliding around YouTube this morning. Found this piece from the Star Trek 30th Anniversary Special – the cast of Frasier parodying Star Trek Voyager, with Kate Mulgrew reprising Janeway. Haven’t seen this for a long […]
This is reasonably rare footage taken from the first shoot of the Star Trek: Voyager pilot, “Caretaker”, where Captain Janeway was played not by Kate Mulgrew, but rather by GeneviÃ¨ve Bujold. Thank goodness for Mulgrew, eh?
The Doctor is Back *Spoilers ensue* Why is it, whenever something you really want to do is on a certain date, you have to work? Why is it, whenever some potentially good opportunity comes up, someone schedules a party you […]
SPIDER-MAN 2.1 is available to buy on DVD 23rd April 2007 from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. Additional all-new bonus features include inside 2.1 featurette, commentary by Producer Laura Ziskin and Screenwriter Alvin Sargent, introduction by producers Grant Curtis and Avi […]
The Sci-Fi Studios magazine has just released its second online issue. For those of you unfamiliar with the magazine, its a currently online-only publication led by editing veteran Larry Nemecek, who heads the writing team. This issue’s chosen theme is […]
I was recently doing some geeky web-browsing on Wikipedia, looking through the Jericho episode database. I noticed a curious a curious little something. Under each episode card on Wikipedia, there’s a translation of the “Opening Morse Code”. I remembered there […]
After ten years, Stargate SG-1 took its final televisual bow on UK screens this evening. Without going into spoilers (for the sake of US readers), the was a poignant, dignified, and utterly magnificent bow. “Unending” features some of the things […]
I must admit, I’ve always had a soft spot for CBS’s Jericho. Since the day it launched I’ve found its approach to the nuclear-storyline to be interesting and well portrayed. Despite having to stomach some (okay, a lot of) poorly […]
[MEDIA=3] This week on The Dresden Files, the powers that be have decided that some lovely synthesised-sounding horns would be an excellent addition to the main titles. So from a pretty original piece of title music, we’ve gone to something […]