Thursday, April 29, 2010

PlayOn's Sci-Fi Contest


PlayOn is doing a contest in honor of all the Sci-Fi content available online for streaming.
Head over to and enter for a chance to win a PS3, Netflix for a year and a lifetime subscription of PlayOn.

PlayOn lets you watch your favorite content from the SciFi channel on your Xbox360, PS3, or Wii and stream all your favorite sci-fi straight to your TV!

Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Poll: What do you think about Matt Smith as the Doctor

Now that we have seen Matt Smith play the Doctor in the latest season of Doctor Who, what do you think? Take the poll below

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Monday, April 26, 2010

5 sneak-peek scenes from Iron Man 2!

We just got ahold of these 5 sneak-peek clips from the upcoming Iron Man 2 movie. I'm pretty excited for the upcoming movie, because I really enjoyed the first one, however it IS movie #2 in the series. Sequels have a much higher percentage for sucking, rather than being good; but I'm optimistic for Iron Man 2.

Take a look at the clips below - what do you think? "Sequel Suck" or Awesome?

Iron Man 2 opens May 7th.

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Fox has decided NOT to pursue a U.S. version of the UK cult hit Torchwood. The show is saved!

FOX, the station known for killing awesome scifi shows is NOT going to be making a US Torchwood spinoff!

This is great news for Torchwood fans. reports:
The network was developing a stateside version of the "Doctor Who" spinoff, a prospect which divided fans.

“BBC Worldwide Productions and the FOX Broadcasting Company have mutually agreed not to progress together with a 13-episode serialized 'Torchwood' format," said BBC Worldwide in a statement. "We are currently in discussion with several interested networks.”

As to that last part, BBC Worldwide executive vp of programming and production Jane Tranter reiterated that a U.S. version was still making progress.
"It's very much ongoing and very much alive," Tranter said.
Also, fans shouldn't hope for/worry about a U.S. edition "Doctor Who," whose recent season premiere just set a ratings record on BBC America.

"It may well be confusing to have a British Doctor and an American Doctor at the same time," she said. "There is only one Doctor, so I don't see that happening."

Let's hope a proper channel can pick this up instead!

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Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Joss Whedon to direct The Avengers: Confirmed!

Marvel is in the final stages of hiring Joss Whedon on as the director of the new Avengers movie! This has been rumored since April 1st (where many thought it was a joke) but that no longer seems to be the case.

From the article: I'm told Marvel Studios is in final negotiations for Buffy the Vampire Slayer series architect Joss Whedon to direct Marvel Studios' The Avengers. That's the fast-tracked film that would amount to an all-star team of Marvel superheros, including Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.), Captain America (Chris Evans), Thor (Chris Hemsworth), as well as SHIELD leader Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson). Other signature superheros will likely be involved, but I've listed the actors in active superhero duty.

This is pretty exciting news for Joss and Marvel fans!

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Chart graphs the animal movie possibilities SyFy can make! [parody chart]

If you haven't been following the @ScifiGeeks Twitter account, you haven't heard the recent joking that has been taking place at SyFy's expense. The "scifi" channel has been coming out with all sorts of BAD movies, like giant shark-octopus creatures that eat people... something like that.

Myself (and other true scifi fans) haven't been paying attention to these movies, but today, SciFi Wire, one of the blogs for SyFy posted the chart to the left - laying out all the possibilities that SyFy can make movies of.
I was confused for a second... SyFy's OWN BLOG is making fun of the movies that the channel is making?! What exactly is going on over there? Are they TRYING to make SyFy a laughing stock? 

CLICK the picture for the full chart!

What do you think?

Wednesday, April 7, 2010


Remember the "scifi geek reference chart" from a while back? The same people are at it again - this time comparing Avatar to... well, every other movie it copied.

Ok, they all have similar plots, but we still can enjoy them all for what they are, right?


Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Resident Evil 4: Afterlife Movie Trailer

Check out the trailer for the newest Resident Evil movie - Resident Evil: Afterlife. It looks very action packed (no surprise) but also scifi based.

What do you think of the trailer?

8-bit Dr. Horrible - Amazing recreation of Act 1 of Dr. Horrible's Sing-along Blog

This would have been an AWESOME NES game! Unfortunately, it's not a game, but a flash video reinterpretation of what a Dr. Horrible game might look like (someone should start making one!!).

8-bit NPH, Nathan Fillion, and Felicia Day? Yes please! Video is below.

From the Youtube video:
An 8-bit interpretation of "Dr. Horrible's Sing-along Blog" as a theoretical Nintendo game.

All music, sound effects, graphics and animation for "Dr. Horrible's Sing-along Game" were created by me as a tribute to Dr. Horrible (by Joss Whedon) and the NES.

To watch the animation in high quality and to download the complete 8-bit soundtrack in mp3 format, please visit

Programs used in the creation of this animation:
Graphics: Adobe Photoshop
Animation: Adobe Flash
Sequencing: FL Studio
Instruments: NES+MidiNES
Mastering: Adobe Soundbooth
Sound Effects: SFXR

For more information on the creation of the "8-Bit Dr. Horrible" project, feel free to email me: