Tag Archives: Sci-Fi

The Art of Monsters: R.I.P. Ray Harryhausen

I would be remiss if I didn’t say a few words about the great Ray Harryhausen who passed away Tuesday at the age of 92. Ray Harryhausen’s creatures were all over T.V. in the 1970’s. As a kid, I saw … Continue reading

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May 25th 1977

35 years ago today (it was a Wednesday back then), George Lucas’ Star Wars opened and changed everything including me. Since that time, old fans like myself have gathered in corners all across the globe and grumbled over George’s lack … Continue reading

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War of the Worlds and the Parental Nightmare

Steven Spielberg’s War of the Worlds (2005) was the slick sci-fi action film that we have come to expect from the director.  Filled with amazing set pieces and created with his always top shelf production team; it delivered the goods. … Continue reading

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