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Wednesday, July 29, 2009
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Torchwood: Children of Earth
The answer is yes!
Torchwood: The children of earth contains 5 episodes with exceptional quality.
The story: The dramatic, traumatic end of Season 2 saw the death of Torchwood agents Owen (Burn Gorman) and Toshiko (Naoko Mori). Now they are three: immortal man from the future Captain Jack Harkness (John Barrowman), ultra-serious yet deeply sensitive computer guy Ianto Jones (Gareth David-Lloyd) and soulful leather-jacketed action heroine Gwen Cooper (Eve Myles). We join them on a day when all the children of the world begin to chant, "We are coming."
Torchwood:Children of Earth review
The third season of Torchwood is awesome!
The darkest, sharpest Sci-fi series of 2009!
Friday, February 15, 2008
Wednesday, October 24, 2007
Sunday, April 29, 2007
Stargate Atlantis Season 4 news:
Adrift, Lifeline, Travelers, Missing, Doppleganger, The Seer, Tabula Rasa, Miller’s Crossing
Samantha Carter will be a new SGA commander.
Carson Beckett will return to SGA.
We will see a new Doctor - Dr. Keller (Jewel Staite)
We will get more info about Ronon Dex ( a new action scenes:) )
I heard SGA Season 4 will be GREAT.
Saturday, January 13, 2007
So how does one go about getting the most bang for their buck?
The current options are daunting.
Flat screen. Plasma. LCD. DLP. What do all these things mean? Lots!
Let’s start with the oldest. When projection televisions first came out years ago they were looked at as the next big thing. They offered a larger viewing screen than was possible with the traditional tube television. They range in size from 42” to 65” and beyond. Using three different colored tubes, red, blue and green, rear projection TV’s can provide a startling amount of clarity. But the quality of picture can vary depending on seating arrangement. This is seen as a great detractor to projection TV’s.
Another difficulty lies in the tremendous bulk with these TV’s. They are the least advanced of the current TV’s although they now come in a microdisplay variety. For a fraction of the cost of the other newer technologies, a consumer can get a quality set with the purchase of a projection screen TV. For those on a budget, this is the best choice for a big screen.
Speaking of those other, more advanced televisions, let’s look at plasmas and LCD screens. When plasmas first hit the market they were priced at very high rates, some going for over $15,000 MSRP. Times have changed but the prices for these TV’s are still at the higher end of cost. A plasma screen is actually a network of tiny individual pixel cells infused by a rare gas mixture. Because of this incredible technology, plasmas are considered by many enthusiasts as the clearest picture around. However, their prohibited cost and a potential “burn-in” problem may cause concern for some buyers. But these TV’s are truly phenomenal for the avid purchaser being sleek and thin, normally 4” in thickness. They range from 40” to 70” in size.
LCD stands for Liquid Crystal Display. The technical definition is transmissive technology uses a light engine to stream high-intensity white light onto the screen. The more layman’s reference would be like the display on the majority of laptop computers. LCD screens are amazingly bright, the best to view in dark lighting conditions. This brightness can come at a price, however, when certain images suffer from blurriness. They range from 10” up to 37” in diagonal length. Just like the plasmas, they are light enough to be mounted on any wall.
Another option you will have is whether to go with the 4:3 aspect ratio or the more popular 16:9 or “wide” screen format. In other words, the 4:3 aspect ratio is more like a traditional TV, whereas the wide aspect ratio is gaining tremendous popularity. This is the size of the screen that you see in a movie theatre. The movies you rent at BlockBuster or your favorite video store show in this wide format by default and look significantly better in a wide format TV than trying to “squeeze” the DVD onto the older 4:3 aspect ratio screen.
In this day and age there are many choices in home theatre systems. Weigh the pros and cons of each. If the room is large and seating good for all viewers, perhaps projection is the way to go, although you still need to consider the viewing angle. If the space is limited, go with the flat screen variety.
The bottom line is to not let price be the single and only deciding factor to determine what is best for you.
Saturday, December 09, 2006
Sunday, December 03, 2006
Guest Stars: David Nykl (Dr. Radek Zelenka), Mitch Pileggi (Colonel Steven Caldwell)
TV release date: November 27, 2006
Special event: General Jack O'Neill back on the scene and swiming underwater:)
Guest Stars: Richard Dean Anderson (Jack O'Neill), Robert Picardo (Richard Woolsey), John O'Callaghan (Niam)
TV release date: November 20, 2006
Saturday, December 02, 2006
Fans have speculated about the move for months based on subtle hints from various cast and crew, even establishing a campaign at SaveCarsonBeckett.com before the news was confirmed, to try and change the producers minds. The news was confirmed by executive producer N. John Smith at last week’s Collectormania event in England.
Smith reportedly told fans that Dr. Beckett won’t be killed off, but instead will disappear in the second half of the current season. Though McGillion will not be a regular in Season Four, he may return for future episodes.
The producers made a similar move in Season Two, with actor Rainbow Sun Francks ("Aiden Ford") departing the show but returning for multiple episodes.
"I think each character is beginning to find the different layers and sometimes the darker side of the characters," McGillion recently told Eclipse Magazine. "I can tell you one thing for Beckett as a character in the second half of the season, there’s a lot of major plot lines that are developed throughout with Beckett in mind and I think the fans will be in for some big surprises."
Though the actor refused to comment on Dr. Beckett’s rumored fate until after the episode has aired, he did stress that the show’s producers "do listen to what the fans say."
McGillion was a recurring guest star in the show’s first season, and promoted to regular cast member in Season Two. His role on the show as Atlantis’s chief medical officer is rumored to be replaced by actress Jewel Staite (Firefly), who will play the recurring role of a medical doctor named Dr. Keller.
He said that filming the 2-hour pilot movie, and working with co-star David Hewlett ("Rodney McKay"), have been among the highlights of his three years on Stargate Atlantis. "Working with David Hewlett has been a tremendous experience," he said. "I just love working with David; we have a really great chemistry acting-wise on the show and he’s become such a good friend of mind as well, so that’s something else that I’ll treasure."
Jewel Staite Filmography:
Posing: Inspired by Three Real Stories (1991, TV) ... Jennifer
Liar, Liar (1992, TV) ... Dorianna
"The Odyssey": episode The Believers (1992), epizoda The Prophecy (1994) ... Labelia
The Only Way Out (1993, TV) ... Alexandra
"Are You Afraid of the Dark?": epizoda The Tale of Watcher's Woods (1994) ... Kelly; The Tale of the Unfinished Painting (1995) ... Cody
Gold Diggers: The Secret of Bear Mountain (1995) ... Samantha
The X-Files: epizoda Oubliette (1995) ... Amy Jacobs
Prisoner of Zenda, Inc. (1996, TV) ... Theresa
"Flash Forward" (1996) ... Rebecca "Becca" Fisher
Carpool (1996) ... Soap Opera Actress
"Space Cases" ... Catalina (1996)
"Honey, I Shrunk the Kids: The TV Show" ... Tiara Vanhorn (1997-1999)
Mummies Alive! The Legend Begins (1998, V) ... hlas
"Da Vinci's Inquest" ... Gabriella Da Vinci (1998-2001)
"Nothing Too Good for a Cowboy": episode Happy Trails (1999), epizoda Fools for Love (1999) ... Sally
"So Weird": episode Siren (1999) ... Callie
"Higher Ground" ... Daisy Lipenowski (2000)
"The Immortal": episode Learning Curve (2001) ... Danielle Jenkins
"2gether: The Series": episode Kiss (2001) ... Josie
"Seven Days": episode Empty Quiver (2001) ... Molly
Roughing It (2002, TV) ... Susan Olivia Clemens
Damaged Care (2002, TV) ... Bryanna (15-20 years)
"Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction": episode Second Sight (2002) ... Carly/Shannon
"Just Deal" ... Laurel (2002)
Cheats (2002) ... Teddy Blue the Curser
"Firefly" (2002) ... Kaylee Frye
"Dead Like Me": episode Rest in Peace (2003) ... Goth Girl
"Wonderfalls": episodea Safety Canary (2004), epizoda Lying Pig (2004), epizoda Cocktail Bunny (2004), episode Caged Bird (2004) ... Heidi Gotts
"Huff": episode Pilot (2004) ... Carolyn
"Cold Squad": episode Girlfriend in a Closet (2004) ... Thora Andrews
Widow on the Hill (2005, TV) ... Jenny Cavanaugh
Serenity (2005) ... Kaylee Frye
"Stargate: Atlantis": episode Instinct (2005) ... Ellia
Saturday, September 23, 2006
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Special event: General Jack O'Neill back on the scene!
Guest Stars: Richard Dean Anderson as Major General Jack O'Neill, Robert Picardo as Richard Woolsey, Elias Toufexis as Replicator Tek, Bill Dow as Dr. Lee, Mitch Pileggi as Colonel Steven Caldwell, Beau Bridges as General Hank Landry, Ryan Robbins as Ladon
TV release date: September 22, 2006
While the captured crew makes plans to take back over the Odyssey, Mitchell goes undercover as a cold blooded killer, in order to find out what Netan might know.
Special event: Teal’c told he is starting to hate all that torturing
Guest Stars: Joe Flanigan as Lt. Colonel John Sheppard, Torri Higginson as Dr. Elizabeth Weir, David Hewlett as Dr. Rodney McKay, David Nykl as Dr. Radek Zelenka, Matthew Glave as col. Emerson, Sarah Strange as Morgan le Fay, Gary Jones as Sgt. Walter Harriman, Matthew Walker as Merlin, Chuck Campbell as Atlantis Technician, Chelah Horsdal as Comm. Officer
TV release date: September 15, 2006
Sunday, September 17, 2006
Special event: McKey and Ronon wounded by Sheppard :)
Guest Stars: Nels Lennarson as Holland, David Nykl as Dr. Radek Zelenka, Colby Johannson as Lieutenant Kagan
TV release date: September 15, 2006
Special event: Vala is an excellent dishwasher
TV release date: September 8, 2006
Monday, September 11, 2006
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Sunday, September 10, 2006
Special event: McKay has a sister like a normal human:)
Guests Stars: Amanda Tapping As Lt. Colonel Samantha Carter, Kate Hewlett As Jeannie McKay Miller, David Nykl As Dr. Radek Zelenka, Trevor Devall As Hermiod, Sheri Noel As Scientist, Brendan Gall As Kaleb, Madison Bell As Madison.