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Jerry Bruckheimer Takes on Global Frequency

Jerry Bruckheimer is taking on Warren Ellis’ Global Frequency. The project has already landed a pilot production commitment at Fox. Global Frequency is a 2002 12-issue  graphic novel series from DC Entertainment’s Vertigo imprint.  64 more words

Instant understanding

Ever wondered where Babelfish online translator got his name from? Yup, that’s correct. In the Hitchhiker Guide to the Galaxy, this small yellow and whimsical symbiotic creature could be placed in your ear and, automatically, you’d understand every language in the galaxy. 664 more words

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Dumb Caption # 12 - Farscape, Season 4, Episode 13, "Terra Firma"

Jack Crighton (Kent McCord) says, “People don’t dream like they used to. It’s about survival now.” And John Crighton (Ben Browder) replies, “Whose survival?”

And the caption reads: “Who’s survival?”

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Farscape characters: Crais & Scorpius

CRAIS

“There is much in life that is unfair. We are all proof of that.”

Peacekeeper Captain Crais is Farscape‘s first attempt at an antagonist, the first hunter and nemesis of the crew of Moya: as such, despite many interesting facets and the great portrayal from actor Lani Tupu (who also gives his voice to Pilot), he does not completely reach the goal in my opinion.  1,318 more words

Reviews

Dagger of the Mind

For the fifth or sixth time, I started watching “Dagger of the Mind” of the first season of the original Star Trek and initially didn’t recognize it. 84 more words

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Farscape characters: Sikozu, Jool, Noranti

SIKOZU

“Weak species!!”

Sikozu (played by Raelee Hill) appears only in one season, the fourth and final one of Farscape, and in the conclusive mini-series PEACEKEEPER WARS, but her character is explored in far greater depth, so she quickly becomes one of the key roles in the story-line: shrewd and enigmatic, quite intelligent but disdainful toward those she considers inferiors (which means almost everyone), she soon shows herself as a controversial, multi-layered and intriguing figure. 1,481 more words

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TV Thursday – Letter F

The Fall (2013-Present)

A psychological thriller that examines the lives of two hunters. One is a serial killer who stalks his victims in and around Belfast and the other is a talented female Detective Superintendent from the MET who is brought in to catch him.

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