Monthly Archives: July 2004

Get a Life! Lovecraft Style

Most people have seen, or at least heard of the classic Saturday Night Live sketch starring William Shatner where he screams at the Trek fans for being complete dorks and losers. If you haven’t, seek it out, it will be … Continue reading Continue reading

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A So Very Sad Admission

Ah the guilty pleasure, we all have them. It doesn’t matter who we are, or how classy we claim to be; when we are all alone and no one can mock us, we pop in that certain CD, movie, or … Continue reading Continue reading

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If Only I Could Touch It

At the end of Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home, Kirk and crew have saved the planet (again). They have all been cleared of charges with the exception of Admiral Kirk whom as “punishment” is reduced in rank and made … Continue reading Continue reading

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Time to be Honest

There is nothing worse then watching a remastered version of a film you loved as a youth only to find that it really wasn’t that good of a movie. Such was the case when I took a gander at the … Continue reading Continue reading

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Freed Financially, Or, Big Ass Sellout?

This is so sad to admit, but I didn’t get to watch Spiderman 2 until yesterday afternoon, a full 6 days after it’s release. I know it comes as a shock that your friendly neighborhood Geek took so long to … Continue reading Continue reading

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