I’ve been rewatching LOST with my dad since last fall, and we finished up Season 5 on Father’s day. We watched the last three episodes of the season—“Follow the Leader” and “The Incident” (Parts 1 and 2)—in one sitting on Father’s Day. Watching them a second time gave me a little more insight into the… Continue reading LOST Theory: Quarantine?
I got to thinking about spoilers the other day.You know, someone telling you what happens at the end of a movie or book you really want to read or watch, but you just haven’t gotten around to it yet.I got to thinking whether there is a limit to when a spoiler warning has to be… Continue reading SPOILER ALERT: Does a Statute of Limitations Exist on Spoilers?
After Episode III was released, the Lucas camp began talking vaguely to the media about ways they planned to continue the Star Wars franchise outside of film. Aside from lengthy novel series such as The New Jedi Order, Legacy of the Force, and the new Fate of the Jedi, Lucas said there would be a… Continue reading Why There Has Never Been a Better Time for a Live-Action Star Wars TV Series
I just finished rewatching the Fringe finale, “There’s More than One of Everything,” and it actually was better the second time around. I was able to pay more attention to a few things that had been sitting in the back of my head stewing. I did not notice any glaring inconsistencies, but until I am… Continue reading Review: Fringe Season One Finale: “There’s More Than One of Everything”
As a life-long fan of science-fiction and fantasy (SF/F), I see it as my duty to get my friends and family involved with books, movies, and TV shows they might ordinarily overlook. The difficulty is that when I try to explain what makes something special and intriguing, I end up sounding like a bumbling fool.… Continue reading Essentialism in Science Fiction and Fantasy