Mar 20, 2014
'The Beastmaster' Soundtrack Review Music By Lee Holdridge
Sword and Sorcery films were the rage during the early 1980's in which saw the birth of one of the more iconic characters in the history of the genre in "Conan The Barbarian", which has enjoyed the most success more than three decades later.
The Geek Beat: The Terrible, Horrible, No-Good Movies We Can't Help But Love
I'm not sure exactly when I first saw the 1985 movie that dared to cast Michael Dudikoff as an American ninja, but it was sometime during the late '80s, amid what can only be described as my "ninja phase" that involved the consumption of every movie, book, television series, comic book and action figure with the word "ninja" in its title.
Q Cubed: First generation immigrant art at A1AA
Roberto Quezada Dardon, Oliverio Quezada and Jos Quezada, first-generation immigrants from Guatemala, will open a monthlong group exhibition titled "Q Cubed" on Saturday at the Area One Agency on Aging, located at the corner of Seventh and F streets in Eureka.
Slice of Scifi
Why Scifi Needs Reruns
I started going about my day, finishing prep for the "Slice of SciFi" shows to be recorded this week, and to get to my many other projects, when this particular tweet threw my morning off the tracks: Q) @Gleeky_MikaBoo Why have you replaced great shows with reality tv A) We haven't.