writes, I just got it and it seems to be a
decent DVD set (there’s two DVDs). I like the
extras, but I was actually hoping for something
more. :( What do you guys think about it?
I’ve been tempted to skip my office hours
tomorrow. It seems that A and B Sound (here in
Canada) is selling the first 25 copies of this at
each location for only $15 Canadian, which is
something like $8 US.
This could just be Standard Hollywood Rumor #46887541, but Variety is reporting that Chris Carter and 20th Century Fox (shouldn’t they change their name at some point?) are in negotiations to make a second X-Files movie, slated to star Gillian Anderson and (gasp!) David Duchovny.
This sparked a lot of debate on a couple of local mailing lists I’m on, and maybe it’ll do the same thing here. Short version: In the upcoming DVD release of E.T. the Federales won’t be wielding shotguns anymore. In their place will be… walkie-talkies? (Full story follows)
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I know this isn’t sci-fi related, bt it’s good news. Most people who’ve taken University level math classes in recent years have stumbled across MathWorld, an excellent online resource. It disappeared due to legal entanglements, but now it’s back, just in time for me to finish a real analysis assignment…
rickyjames writes, Since Enterprise is getting the (deserved) nickname of Cavern Trek with its emphasis on going down instead of up, it seems only fair to view the opposite, cavemen that reach for the stars. STONE TREK is a hilarious animation project that combines the Flintstones and Star Trek, complete with laugh track.
Check it out!
Click "Read More" and hurry. The Vulcans are watching!
… and it got the highest blessing of them all – series author J.K. Rowling said, “The film was just as I had imagined it.” I’d include a link to the original story but that’s pretty much it.