Firefly DVD’s nominated for Saturn award

TwistyHat
writes,
Firefly DVD set has been nominated for a Saturn in the “Best DVD Television Release”
category. Saturns are awarded by the Academy of
Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films. Membership
is only $40 for an out of state membership – i wonder
if there is time to vote :o)
That link also has
a complete list of nominations. If I were a betting
man, I’d bet on X2, LOTR:ROTK,
28 Days Later, Kill Bill Vol. 1,
Finding Nemo, Viggo Mortenson, Jennifer
Connelly, Andy Serkis, Keira Knightley, (don’t know
for the child actors), Peter Jackson, the
LOTR:ROTK team, Howard Shore (although I
prefer Danny Elfman’s work), Ngila Dickson and
Richard Taylor, Rick Baker’s team, and the LOTR team
for effects. As for the TV nominations, I don’t
watch enough to feel comfortable voting in all
categories, but I think Alexis Denisof deserves to
win. He’s done fantastic work.

3 replies on “Firefly DVD’s nominated for Saturn award”

  1. TwistyHat says:

    Firefly
    Apart from Firefly i don’t really care :o)

  2. y42 says:

    Best film
    Oh, X2 just HAS to win that! Also, hurrah for Firefly, though I was just
    thinking about how I was underwhelmed by the DVDs…If you are watching
    more than one ep in a sitting, at the end of one you have to navigate a lot to
    get to the next one: Up one menu, move cursor to next ep, go in submenu,
    press Play…they could at least have made it like the Futurama DVDs, where
    the cursor places itself on the next ep. + The menu music is really stressfull.

    • TwistyHat says:

      Re: Best film

      Oh, X2 just HAS to win that! Also, hurrah for Firefly, though I was just
      thinking about how I was underwhelmed by the DVDs…If you are watching
      more than one ep in a sitting, at the end of one you have to navigate a lot to
      get to the next one: Up one menu, move cursor to next ep, go in submenu,
      press Play…they could at least have made it like the Futurama DVDs, where
      the cursor places itself on the next ep. + The menu music is really stressfull.

      Yeah, i assume they must be the content, since the menus are rather lame.

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