Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Rocky and Bullwinkle and Friends - Video: 'Bullseye Bullwinkle Or Destination Moose'

Courtesy of HULU, Rocky and Bullwinkle and Friends' 'Bullseye Bullwinkle Or Destination Moose.'

Rocky and Bullwinkle have visitors from the moon.

Michael Shanks - Amazon: Pre-Order DVD - Lost Treasure of the Grand Canyon

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The Lost Treasures of the Grand Canyon (2008)

Starring: Shannen Doherty

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This title will be released on March 24, 2009.
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The Pretender - Video: 'Curious Jarod'

Courtesy of HULU, The Pretender's 'Curious Jarod,' starring Michael T. Weiss, Andrea Parker, Patrick Bauchau. Guest stars include Pamela Brull, Kerrie Clark, Vito D'Ambrosio, Paul Eiding, James Handy, Gregg Henry and Nicholas Kusenko.

In order to solve the mystery surrounding the death of a showgirl Jarod becomes head of security at a Las Vegas casino, and Sydney and Miss Parker turn to the mob for help.

The Colbert Report - Video: Dec 3 '08 Episode

Courtesy of The Comedy Channel and HULU, The Colbert Report's December 3 '08 episode.

Stephen welcomes Barbara Walters.

Battlestar Galactica - SciFi Scanner: Ronald D. Moore Interview

Once again, many thanks to SF Signal for the heads up on the interview.

At AMC's (American Movie Channel) SciFi Scanner:

(Please follow the link for the complete interview.)

Ronald D. Moore

Battlestar Galactica's Ronald D. Moore Promises Final Cylon Reveal Will Be...

by Clayton Neuman from his Masters of the SciFi Universe interview column

Star Trek veteran and Battlestar Galactica creator Ronald D. Moore discusses religion, revelations and resolutions in the series' final season, which begins January 16.

A brief excerpt:

Q: The build-up to the final Cylon has been unprecedented. How is the revelation not going to be a letdown?
A: It will never be as powerful as the build-up. I resigned myself to that a long time ago. The "Who Shot JR" of it all is an instructive lesson: No matter who it is, it's still going to be a bit of a letdown. But I decided that precisely because of that, it wasn't going to be in the final episode. I didn't want that to become the entire series. I'm sure there will be a variety of reactions. Some people will love it, some people will hate it. But I think when you see how the revelation fits into the overall mythology of the show, when all the questions are answered by the end, then it'll make sense and you'll think, "Oh, well it kind of had to be that person."