Saturday, May 24, 2003

Good News for Boston Area Kung Fu Movie Fans

Skip past the first four paragraphs of this article and check out the good news about Saturdays this summer.

One of my many brilliant ideas (waiting for a massive pile of cash to fall from the sky into my lap before it can get off the ground) is to open a cinema pub with a comprehensive New England micro- and local brewery bar for screening classic action movies. Come in Friday night for a screening of "Raiders of the Lost Ark" and a pint of Elm City Amber Ale (a personal fave), or wait until the following Saturday afternoon and take in "Drunken Master 2" with your Olde Buzzard Lager. Sounds like the Allston Bombay has at least got the movie side of things covered.

If I Were In Charge Of Telling People What To Do...

I would, among other things, tell Joss Whedon to get working on a new Doctor Who series for American TV. And, by the way, I've already cast Sammo Hung as the Doctor. Snarkily, you're saying to yourself, "That's why C-Dog is not in charge of telling people what to do." It's sad how you don't appreciate my particular genius.

Wednesday, May 21, 2003

Firefly to ride again?

Sci-Fi Wire's got Fillion talking about a possible movie and DVD box set. I'm all for it. I know lots of folks weren't high on Firefly, and it surely had its faults, but I liked it more than these last couple years of Buffy.

Monday, May 5, 2003

We're Fighting the Wrong Enemy

Looks like there's more here tying an American business to the Taliban and Bin-Laden than there ever was linking them to Saddam. Does this mean the War on Terror must now be waged against Bechtel? And George Schulz bombed back to the Stone Age?

Fox Couldn't Take the Chance I Would Win

American Candidate axed. I really did fill out the contestant application form a few months ago. My imminent victory must've had Murdoch waking up nights in a cold sweat. (End of delusional paranoid daydream.)

The joke is obvious, but I'll make it anyways:

This sounds like a job for O.J.!

Sunday, May 4, 2003

Getting That X-Files Feeling

Anyone else getting the sense the writers of Alias don't really have a plan except to pile it on until it doesn't make sense anymore, then reboot?

Friday, May 2, 2003

End of an Era

Bad News for West Wing Fans

Sounds like Aaron Sorkin is leaving the show in the hands of an ER, Third Watch, Presidio Med producer. [Update: more on why.]
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