See for yourself how low the old tin cans had fallen.
It seems to be a new trend for older tv shows to show up on cable networks.
It looks like one of the Encore networks has begun airing “Dark Skies”, the scifi-mystery series starring Eric Close and Megan Ward.
Doug Kress suffered a moment of Hasselhoff overload while listening to KAMN #8, so he decided to share with us.
This week, we discuss Glen A. Larson’s Knight Rider.
Did Knight Rider help that subgenre back then? Does it hold up well enough to tempt new viewers and new shows?
There was a MacGyver MasterCard commercial on the Super Bowl right now.
It was nice to see that Richard Dean Anderson can still do those MacGyver “I can’t believe I just did that” facial expressions.
This week, we discuss Battlestar Galactica, both the old and the new.
Summer, Joe, Dave and special guest Tee Morris (Survival Guide to Writing Fantasy) talk about the original Battlestar Galactica, the new Galactica, and a few things in between.
Anyone out there as big a fan of the bionic TV franchise as I am? I’m talking The Six Million Dollar Man, The Bionic Woman, and all the various subsequent TV movies and potential spin-offs, including the failed pilot for The Bionic Boy. I couldn’t get enough of that stuff when I was a kid, but they all paled in comparison to Bionic Six.
This week, we head back to the classic bookshelves to discuss Ursula K. Le Guin’s The Lathe of Heaven.
I just got around to watching the SciFi Original Movie Painkiller Jane. I’ve wanted to see it for over a year… ever since seeing a short promo for it during a longer SciFi Channel promo narrated by Sean Bean when it aired during the first airing of the miniseries for the new Battlestar Galactica.
The premise was interesting, but I was not entirely thrilled by the presentation.
Today, we spread the love for the gizmos, the gadgets, the weapons, and the stylings of two of our favorite souped-up monster machines. Re-live the explosions and the cheese the way only the 1980’s could bring them to us!