This is why I love living down the street from a college (and heck, working at one for that matter). Lafayette College, in Easton, Pa. is holding — of all things — a dark future film festival and art exhibition.[…]Read more
Stargate is one of those long-running science fiction series that I’ve never been able to watch. It’s not that I don’t like it, it’s just that its syndicated life — and its new SCI-FI Channel one — don’t match up with[…]Read more
The Romantic heart of a hero beats even stronger in Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, a sorcerous sequel that offers darker evils and greater heroics than the original. Based on the book of the same name, the new[…]Read more
It’s been a few weeks since the release of Star Wars: Attack of the Clones (ok, more like two months). I’ve seen the movie twice, and am contemplating seeing it a third time. Now, with the climactic 45 minutes of[…]Read more
Believe the hype. Spider-man is a solid superhero movie that deserves the skyscraping profits its earned since it’s opening weekend. Geeks know the story: Peter Parker is a nerd and borderline genius who gets bitten by a radioactive spider, and[…]Read more
The vast wasteland that is modern television is filled with the dredges of the worst ideologies, the sort of collectivist, socialist drivel that’s torpedoes plenty of good ideas and made bad ones even more unwatchable.
Fortunately, there’s a guide that picks out the diamonds glinting among the drudgery: Miss Liberty’s Film and TV World.
Big Trouble in Little China was a movie ahead of it’s time. Released in 1986, the movie was an eccentric — some would say bizarre — mix of kung fu, American bravado and the darkest Chinese magic. Jack Burton is[…]Read more