It’s official. The US release date for the next Dr Who special “The End of Time” part one is December 26th (on BBC America). We get it only ONE DAY after the Brits!
I’m feeling a lot of excitement and a lot of pure dread. This is probably going to be the second hardest hour of entertainment television I’ve ever watched – the first hardest being part two.
And speaking of heart-breaking television, I’ve just watched the latest episode of Supernatural. I have to say, this show has been pretty dang gorgeous all this season, mingling the brilliant spoofs with the dire end-of-the-world business. (Last week’s show was genius, with the boys visiting their own fan convention and mixing it up with all those “Dean and Sam” cosplayers!) But what they did tonight? With Jo and Ellen? Just so not fair. I need cheering up after The Waters of Mars, not more reasons to reach for the tissues!
This does contain some slight spoilers for the season 5 episode “Waters of Mars”, so don’t watch if you don’t want to see them!
Can one feel chills and be completely heartbroken in the same moment?
This film really does look so good. I love the “new” portrayal of Holmes; too many times, it seems, film and television focus on his mental abilities and forget he could be extremely dynamic and physical in the original stories.
The website for the film is fantastic, including what appears to be a wonderfully intense facebook game. (I say appears to be, since I just discovered it, and have not yet had time to play!)
I can’t wait for this film; I’m such a huge, huge fan of the stories, and this looks to be a much closer portrayal of “my” beloved Holmes and Watson that most I’ve seen. (Some films I can’t even watch because of how they turn Watson into an idiot!)
Yes…I am one of those people. You know, the crazy ones who dress up in costume and go to midnight movie premieres! Even though I am not exactly a fan of Twilight I am going to see New Moon. Why do I not call myself a fan? I think the writing sucks, the plots are silly, and sparkling vampires? Hello? What’s up with that? Edward ticks me off big-time. He’s a stalker in the books, and the actor is so NOT ATTRACTIVE in the films (can you tell I’m Team Jacob?). But still – still – I couldn’t stop myself from tearing through each book in a matter of hours. I won’t buy copies for my library, I’ll never read them again, but I swear they’re like vampire crack. I’m going to the midnight releases of these films not because I’m exceptionally excited to see the sparkly vampires, but because the whole Twilight thing interests me. I like being in a crowd of people all obsessed over the same thing – there’s just something deeply cool about people coming together like that. It only makes it more awesome that Twilight fans come in all ages, just like Potter-aholics. This time around, it’s going to be especially fun, since a whole pack of us are going together: we’ve got a Bella, a Victoria (me!), an Esme, Alice, and Rosalie Cullen, a Jacob (Yay Team Jacob!), a “Jacob’s father”, a Jane (Volturi), and two people who are not in costume, and who we are going to call Bella’s human friends. It’s gonna be good times.
And me being me, any excuse to wear a costume is made of win!
Here’s the newest trailer, in honor of the Midnight Release being tomorrow night!
These guys are amazing. The amount of detail each member of the League of Steam puts into their character, costume, and weaponry is incredible. The technology actually functions…as was demonstrated at an Abney Park concert….
And now they’ve branched out into a hilarious youtube video series!
First off, let me just say that I am not a fan of Alice in Wonderland. I’ve tried to read the book a number of times, at different ages, and it just never…clicked with me. I never found a film adaptation that I really liked either. The only thing I like about Alice is the single quote about believing six impossible things before breakfast! (That, I adore!)
So when I first heard Tim Burton was making a film, I thought: “Well, I’ll see it. Probably on DVD. Because it’s Tim Burton.” And then, the pictures started to arrive – and oh good golly molly, they have giant mushrooms! In a garden with giraffe shrubbery!
I don’t know what it is about giant mushrooms, but I absolutely love the image. It’s so fairyland, so otherworldly. Everything is so super-saturated and lush – at this point I don’t care that it’s Alice. I’m prepared to love it anyway.
The Cheshire cat is spooky! He’s got a zipper mouth of teeth!