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Old 07-22-2011, 11:28 PM
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Location: Cushing OK
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Syfy makes me sad. I grew up on Sci-Fi Fridays and Mystery Science Theater 3000 marathons. Their programming only actually has ONE show (Eureka) that is actually in the genre of science fiction. Everything else is reality or paranormal or both.

Then again, I am a bitter Stargate fan so I'm not happy with them for many reasons.
Since I don't get skiffy on the cheapest Dish plan I do miss Eureka. I LOVED the way they went back in time and came forward and it was the same but... different. And they brought Dr. Baltar with them. The did a lot of robot/android jokes with him.

But that subtley of the time changes was so beautifully done.

Absolute worse skiffy movie of all time has to be Black Hole. Unlike Plan Nine from Outer Space, which is actually quite hillarious, Black Hole was expensive. And then they get sucked into the black hole after nearly two hours of really boring movie and ... live?

Huh? Must have been some strong spaceship not to crush them like little bugs meeting up with a shoe.
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Old 07-22-2011, 11:40 PM
 
Location: Retirementland
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Since I don't get skiffy on the cheapest Dish plan I do miss Eureka. I LOVED the way they went back in time and came forward and it was the same but... different. And they brought Dr. Baltar with them. The did a lot of robot/android jokes with him.

But that subtley of the time changes was so beautifully done.
Eureka just came back from the break and it's doing alright so far, but something is just... missing from it.
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Old 07-23-2011, 04:12 PM
 
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The Night of the Triffids

Attack of The Killer Tomatoes

Donovan's Brain

Kronos

Mysterians

War of the Satellites

Lotta science fact in them
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