The Canadian horror film Ginger Snaps garnered only small box office in its original run, but terrific reviews and strong rentals prompted both a sequel and a prequel (not yet released). At the end of the first movie, the titular Ginger is dead, Brigitte has been infected with lycanthropy, and the mess they’ve left behind means the surviving sister can no longer remain in Bailey Downs. Given the film’s portrayal of suburbia, being forced to move out may be the sunny side of the situation.
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George Bush will reportedly announce plans for the U.S. to return to the moon, establish a permanent presence there, and move on. Break out the space snacks.
January will see the publication of a long-lost work by Robert Heinlein. Publishers rejected the 1930s effort, For Us the Living, for being too didactic. Hardly suprising for Heinlein, but the novel’s apparent political philosophy differs from the views he would later espouse.
I was watching the news of Saddam Hussein’s arrest this morning, and after the more typical thoughts, the inevitable geeky one came to me…
Anonymous Coward writes, This just came thru from L.I.S.A. Lost in Space Australia the info was faxed to Glen Ware from LIS Producer Kevin Burns.
A brothel on yet another goram rock in space is in a heap o’ trouble, and Mal and the crew ride on in to help’em out. This is the last of the so-called “lost” episodes of Firefly, not broadcast in the show’s original run. Not since “The Train Job” has the show taken its western elements so literally and, while its not the strongest episode, it works a lot better than that Fox-ordered second pilot. If you missed it on Space, you can find it on the DVD.