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    2
  • Favorite Millennium Writers
    Glen Morgan & James Wong
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    Dwight Little

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    Twilight Saga

    The movie was okay. I found the villains to be more interesting than the heroes. Never read the books as I'm not interested in young adult fiction.
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    Things you never knew about Millennium!

    What was 'Dirty Snowball' supposed to be about? Also, I would've loved to see the Peacocks make an appearance on MM. Oh well . . . I'm content with the Jose Chung episode :).
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    Glen Morgan's New Project

    Well, that's not completely accurate. The later books are ridiculously pornographic, but the first eight or so actually feature interesting plots and cool characters. I'm intrigued to see how this movie will turn out since the author's control-freak tendencies resulted in the collapse of a previous film deal.
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    Glen Morgan's New Project

    http://scifiwire.com/2009/03/laurell-hamiltons-vampire.php Awesome. The early books are great reads, although after Book 10 the quality becomes very (VERY) inconsistent.
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    Let the Right One In

    Normally I get annoyed after reading about a certain film getting remade, but that's not the case here. I haven't seen Let The Right One Inyet so I can't comment on how good or bad it was, but it was based on a novel called Let Me Inby John Lindqvist. Therefore I tend to look at Reeves' version not as a remake of Alfredson's film but as another interpretation of Lindqvist' book. It's certainly not the only literary work to receive several film versions . . .
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    28 ***** later

    Eh, I was kinda disappointed by 28 Weeks Later. On its own merits the film was enjoyable but the prior film was so good that there's no way for a sequel to be on a higher level, or on the same one. I didn't realize Boyle directed the opening scene. Parts of it had a similar feel to 28 Days Later. Now if he only stayed to direct the whole thing . . .
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    New book coming soon

    Another X-Files product, with content on MM? I'll buy it!
  8. This is probably the first time I've read negative remarks about TCOFB. What didn't you like about it? As for 'Beware of the Dog' . . . I recall enjoying the scenes with the Old Man and Catherine. The rest of the episode just didn't strike a chord with me.
  9. I was too impatient for "Santa" to get it so I purchased the DVD last night. I didn't really think much about the visuals of the film when seeing it in theaters but after watching the film on DVD some scenes look really beautiful (mostly the ones taking place near a snowy background). So yeah, I'm another one who thinks the movie looks better on the small screen. Only complaint about the director's cut: the closing credits were fine as is. The photos were cute at first but got annoying after a while.
  10. As far as I know, the only American store selling the steelbook is F.Y.E. I'm guessing the steelbook is just special packaging . . .? Unfortunately the website didn't mention specific details about it.
  11. How gory was the new footage? Did any of it feel gratuitous? *wishes it were the first week of December*
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    Legend of the Seeker

    Darin Morgan's working on "Fringe" now? Wow, I think this is his first non-1013 project. I haven't seen the show yet, but if I hear Darin gets to write a script I'll try and tune in :).
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    Legend of the Seeker

    When watching the most recent episode, I noticed that Reindl and Miller also earned executive producing credits. Good for them! Has anyone seen the show yet? For the most part I enjoy it. The cinematography and scenery are stunning and the main actors work well together. Unfortunately the dialogue is silly and some of the characters' actions are ludicrous. Some of the special effects are weak, but there's only so much that can be achieved with a TV budget. So yeah, not a bad show but it could be so much better if the writing improved.
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    Horror Night!

    I think I'm going to have to give The Prophecy another go. I remember seeing most of it and enjoying the concept more than the execution. For such an epic story the film felt too low-key. IFC's been playing the movie quite a bit; hopefully I'll be able to catch it soon.
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    The Carter Conundrum

    I'll say. I didn't realize pisher and clyons were the same person. I've read clyons' posts and for someone who claims not to like TXF much anymore, he sure spends plenty of time on the IMDB boards (though I think the number of his posts has decreased somewhat). Truthfully he's one of the main reasons I don't go to that board anymore. There's only so many times I can read the same comment (worded differently, yes) over and over again before my patience reaches its limits. Re: M&W. They were some of my favorite writers for both series and they certainly contributed a lot! However, some of their ideas weren't so great. I read on TWoP that they originally wanted to develop a romance between Mulder and Melissa Scully in (I think) Season 3. Which . . . come on. They also wanted to have Scully send Mulder to an institution, which actually could have worked if handled properly. I stress the "if handled properly" portion of the sentence.
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