Julia Diddy

Luke Goss Talks ‘Annihilation Earth,’ Those Iconic Del Toro Roles, and “Absolute Dude Movies”

Luke Goss has one of the more enviable film careers going, particularly in the eyes of those who are keen on epic sci fi and supernatural pageantry. Roles in blockbusters like ‘Hellboy II‘ and ‘Blade II‘ have certainly heightened his genre cred and profile (despite the FX makeup being applied pretty thickly for roles like […]

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Recap: ‘FlashForward’ – Cue the ‘Techie, Chess-Playing, Social Misfit Physicist!’

Perhaps the biggest mystery revealed by tonight’s ‘FlashForward’ episode was that it’s going to be on hiatus until March. WTF? The web is all aflutter with this unexpected buzzkill. Anyway………….. ‘FlashForward’ episode: “A561984” Demetri, Mark and The Persian Eartha Kitt At episode’s outset, Demetri’s mystery lady informant is watching A Christmas Carol….because ’tis the season, […]

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Syfy’s ‘Alice’ Is A Wonderland of Futuristic Fantasy

This isn’t your grandmother’s Alice – though one can still see a vague family resemblance to Lewis Carroll’s original creation. Our next generation heroine manages to kung fu her boyfriend, scoff at the impulsive nature of his marriage proposal, and then set off to rescue him after witnessing his beating and abduction – all within […]

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Attention: Trekapalooza! This Weekend!

For Star Trek fans who’d like to spend the upcoming weekend doing something besides decimating their entire life savings in preparation for holiday gift-giving glut, a suggestion: American Cinematheque and  TrekMovie.com are hosting a Star Trek marathon at the Aero Theatre in Santa Monica, CA this coming Friday, December 4 and Saturday, December 5. What’s […]

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Sci Fi Tracker: This Week In Sci Fi – Josh Friedman Revives A Different Franchise, Terminator Gets (A) Whedon After All, and More…..

This week brings tidings of a couple of major franchise revivals.  Did Whedon win the bemusing bid to be Terminator’s salvation?  Yes and no.  And Josh Friedman signs on to revive an entirely different and unexpected show!  Hint: he’s still on a bad-ass babes kick, only these (probably) aren’t fueled by computer chips or maternal […]

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Fringe: “Ms. Hollis Must Be Corrected”

Observer-palooza has arrived!  What an onslaught!  Tabasco sauce, bullets and ray gun emissions go flying in all directions!  This episode will raise quite a few eyebrows (well, except on the Observers, who don’t have any). One chrome-domed cryptic in particular, named August, takes a page from Sarah Palin’s book and goes rogue.  “WTF, man?!?!” says […]

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‘Fringe’ Exec Producers Promise To Drop “Bombshell” Soon

That’s right.  A bombshell.  We assume they are referring to a plot twist detonating sort of explosion, sending shards of revelation in all directions…..although who’s to say more of the literal kind won’t also get tossed around, too?  It’s ‘Fringe.’  It happens.  (Those exploding human bombs were particularly cool.) Via conference call Wednesday, Fringe executive […]

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Fringe: Of Human Action

Quote of the Day: “I don’t really spend a lot of time thinking about what human brain would taste like.” Tonight’s episode starts with a kidnapping gone wrong, as four cops surround a car in which a young man is seemingly being held hostage. (The word “seemingly” comes up a lot in Fringe recaps, doesn’t […]

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