Discussion in 'Archive: SF&F: Films and Television' started by JediTrilobite, Jan 3, 2006.
BSG, 2nd season finale.
I'm slowly working my way through the three seasons of "Millennium"...
Millennium/Season1, Episode 19 - Powers, Principalities, Thrones and Dominions.
Alien Vs. Predator
Rose, the pilot episode for the 2005 Dr. Who. Great show, can't wait to see more of it soon.
Just watched the fantastic Superman: The Animated Series 3-part opener, The Last Son of Krypton.
Just watched The Hills Have Eyes. The new version. I actually enjoyed it.
I've been (slowly at times) working my way through watching all 7 seasons of Buffy since maybe the end of April/early May and I'm currently halfway through Season 4. The last episode I watched was "Goodbye Iowa" and I'm about to start "This Year's Girl".
BBC America is showing 'HEX'. Pretty cool.
Viva La Bam season3, episodes bamiture golf and mall of bam
Terminator Two: Judgement Day.
Just got season 1 & 2 of "The 4400" on Friday so I've been keeping myself busy with those.
Popped in some LOTR last night. I wish they would get a move on The Hobbit.
Smallville Season 4. Episode - Commencement (Season Finale)
Eight Below. Don't ask. Yeah, I kinda liked it, just for the Leopard Seals. Coolest. Animal. Ever.
I've been watching the first season of The X-Files for the first time, and I'm enjoying it a lot.
I've also been revisiting the various Special Features on the LotR EE DVDs, both documetaries and commentaries.
Fight Club- One of the greatest films ever!
Bunch of 24 episodes from Season 4.
I breezed through AOTC and ROTS the other night. Why I did AOTC, I don't know. ROTS
Jurassic Park on AMC last night.
Farscape, season 4 episodes.
Ultraviolet. Incredibly awful. Turned it off after 20 minutes.
A musical episode of Even Stevens.
Resurrecting this thread, as I quite enjoy it's counterpart in the Amp forum, and makes for a good means to briefly discuss some films and TV shows that might not be able to sustain their own thread.
Working on season 5 of Bones. Is that SciFi? well, the science and some of the technology certainly are. Esp the hologram table and the 3D re-enactments, which would take about 50 hours to build just the geometry (never mind the animation).
Last movie I saw in the theaters was Avatar. I don't go to the movies unless I'm on a date with a girlfriend. I can wait 4 months for the DVD to be available from Netflix