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Cinema legend Orson Welles did an awful lot -- with a single event -- to help put science fiction on the map: as the Halloween episode for The Mercury Theatre on the Air back in 1938, Welles staged a radio broadcast of The War of the Worlds, the epic struggle of mankind's near-end at the hands of the invading Martians. His unique narrative choice -- to stage a radio broadcast of the invasion during a usual radio broadcast of a drama -- caught audiences off-guard, and many called their stations to question whether or not, in fact, Martians had invaded the Earth. To be honest, there's some controversy as to whether or not the dramatization was as misinterpreted as has been reported, but it was…Continue
I've kinda/sorta told this story before around these parts, but I thought it entirely appropriate to mention once more. I had the good fortune of meeting Star Trek: Deep Space Nine's resident Cardassian villain -- Gul Dukat -- in Las Vegas at Creation Entertainment's 2013 big Trek convention. Marc Alaimo was one of the big guests for the Friday night shindig. He was polite enough, but he honestly admitted he didn't understand what I was talking about when I explained to him that I thought his portrayal of the signature 'Cardie' made for some downright 'hissable' moments. As it turned out, I learned over the weekend that Alaimo strongly believes that Dukat was a pretty solid portrait of what a contemporary soldier would look and act like. While I tend to disagree -- I think…Continue
Is your marital bliss not all it's cracked up to be? Then you might take a cue from the episode of the BBC's Orphan Black that aired on this day in 2013. It was called "Variations Under Domestication," and here's the episode summary from IMDB.com:
"Sarah's hunt for answers is interrupted by a trip to the suburbs. Alison's paranoia has boiled over, putting all the Orphans at risk. But when Sarah, Alison and Beth's worlds dangerously collide, Sarah must decide who to trust with her secret."…Continue
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