Video game maker ACCLAIM is filing chapter 11.
Monthly Archive: August 2004
Farscape: The PeaceKeeper Wars premiers October 17th on the Sci-Fi Channel.
Monitor Duty contributor Eric Spratling isn’t going to have much time to devote to Monitor Duty after this December. Why? Because he’s in the Army now. (To be grammatically correct, he will be in the army then, but that’s not singable.) Our best to you, Eric. Just don’t screw up on the intelligence work. Meanwhile, …
The Memory of Shadows is indeed the title of the much-rumored Babylon 5 feature film, which should star most of the series cast with the exception of the late Mr. Richard Biggs. J. Michael Straczynski confirmed the title, which has only been referred to as B5:TMOS until now, in the course of relating the events …
Joe Crowe asks interviewees about their favorite pudding, and now he has assembled The Pudding List.
Bloody Disgusting has a report from Alien vs. Predator which tells of a screening where people were making fun of the film during the screening! The director also talked of the studio’s cutting of the movie’s best parts, trimming for R-rated content and special effect scenes that were not ready. When the Predator took off …
According to the Drudge Report: FLASH: The current version of the PARAMOUNT film TEAM AMERICA is a guaranteed NC-17, with surprisingly graphic scenes of puppet sex…
Freddy vs. Jason vs. Ash (from the Evil Dead) just might be a “go”. Sam Raimi is in talks with New Line Cinema to make another franchise crossover pic. After all, Freddy Vs. Jason was a surprise hit, and this is the weekend when Alien Vs. Predator had a box office bonanza. (Did you notice …
Our buddy Jayme Lynn Blaschke conducts An Interview with Paul Dini for RevolutionSF. Jayme is co-writer of the Green Arrow Fan site (along with another buddy of ours, Scott McCullar, writer of Green Arrow Secret Files and Origins #1 and the unofficial Green Arrow Answer Man during Kevin Smith’s run on the title). Apparently, Jayme …
I can’t help it. I’m watching the trailer for After The Sunset and all I can think is, “Am I going crazy? Didn’t Pierce Brosnan already make the Thomas Crowne Affair?”
The only panel I’ve attended here at Wizard World Chicago was the DC Comics panel which gave some info on upcoming titles. Geoff Johns reports that an upcoming arc in Teen Titans will have the team visiting their future selves a decade down the road, when the Titans have become Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and …
Why would they open Alien Vs. Predator on the weekend that all us hip geeks will be at Wizard World? The whole convention center is going to be filled with downcast nerds itching to be in a movie theater watching the ultimate deathmatch movie! And forget sneaking off to catch it there; I can’t imagine …
Oh well, at least The Phantom of The Opera is supposed to be a garish musical spectacle!
Starship Regulars, a Flash animated show, features Michael “Worf” Dorn and Diedrich Bader of The Drew Carey Show.
The Onion | Movie Praised For Not Being As Bad As It Could Have Been: “Catwoman is the kind of once-in-a-blue-moon summer blockbuster that makes going to the movies slightly less non-fun again.” This piece is just way too spot-on about many aspects of summer movies.
Geez, where is everyone? I spend a couple days working hard on a garage sale, finally drag my bone-weary carcass back to the home office and find that NO ONE else is posting?! What’s going on? Well, I’m going to ramble and talk about personal stuff. I don’t often do this, but why not? First …
The newest trailer for “Shark Tale” is up. Other new trailers include “Resident Evil: Apocalypse”, which probably just looks lame because I’m not into the video game;“The Forgotten”, another psycho mindbender movie which looks either terrific or way too complex to be believable; Jamie Foxx as Ray Charles; and a thriller featuring Cary Elwes (yay!) …
Sci-Fi Heaven.net has a trailer for the new Star Trek DVD sets, and I must say it is unique in its presentation.
Awright, here’s the deal… All the rave reviews for our time traveling comedy story in SSCA #4 is making artist Phil Meadows and I a bit wistful about our first tale that ran in Job Wanted. We received our copies rather late, when there wasn’t a lot of time for sending out advance copies for …
Shooting Star #4 got reviewed by Silver Bullet Comics’ Small Press department, and my story “Melvin and Marvin Middler, Time Meddlers” received another thumbs up. Exxxxxxcellent. (Hard to type when I’m steepling my fingers.) Everyone loves SSCA #4. You haven’t bought yours yet? Grab it online!