Monday, September 13, 2004
Sunday, September 12, 2004
I really enjoyed Graeme's column about special editions. Like many of us who had their lives changed by George Lucas's original Star Wars, the absense of the original versions of the films makes the whole DVD release something that's not nearly as exciting as it once would have been.
Yeah, I'll get the new Star Wars DVDs of Episodes 4-6. But they aren't the ones that I really wanted.
Sunday, September 05, 2004
We'll see how Star Trek continues in the future -- but it's still the definite end of an era as the original series actors go, like James Doohan. And that's something to still celebrate.
By a huge, huge margin. There are worst things to be top, even if they beat the Doctor. But well, they're the muppets..
Friday, September 03, 2004
Oh, what a big D&D geek.
Andrew Sullivan: "What was once the dark stain of the Democratic party is now being used by Republicans."
I don't think that started in 2004; more like 40 years ago -- but it's still true.
Thursday, September 02, 2004
An interview with the person responsible for North American Doctor Who DVDs, which goes into why certain stories are produced, how well things sell, and so on.
Note that Pyramids of Mars and Earthshock come out on DVD next week. In my opinion, it's probably not possible for there two be a better pair of Doctor Who stories released at once, as both are in my top five or so stories.
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