kiffie: Star Trek's Enterprise-D. (Harry and Morgan)

I hope it has shitty greenscreen and fake ice cubes. :D

Peter Pan

Jan. 17th, 2010 11:47 pm
kiffie: Star Trek's Enterprise-D. (Default)
random_redshirt came home last night and brought the filmed, stage version of "Peter Pan" with her.

Itemized list of kiffies' thoughts:

1) That was a LOT of glitter. Metric been-tons, even.

2) Nana is awesome.

3) The pirates are all insane, and Hook is a badass.


5) I would not want to ever play Peter. Holy crap, you have to be in great shape. So much running and bouncing and leaping. That woman must be a robot. A boingy, boingy robot.
kiffie: Chauvelin, from the Scarlet Pimpernel musical. (Chauvelin)
Why were the 80s so damn weird?

Just finished watching Solarbabies.

On the one hand, any 80s films appeal to that part of me that wants to be wee, forever, and live in that wonderful bubble of WTFery that I remember from my kiffen days. On the other, dude. There were DOGS with FLASHLIGHTS taped to their HEADS. What.

Was Rob Liefeld the lead art director on this thing? Pouches. Pouches and kneepads and dear god won't someone buy these folks some non-ripped clothing. I get it. Civilization has ended. You can still find or make non-shitty clothes. At least the women seemed (mostly) well-covered.

And, sadly, I apparently missed Terrence Mann as Igor Ivor, but that might be for the best. I can only take so much sinister leather bondage wear and/or exposed man-nipple before my brain starts leaking out my ears.

Why ;o;

Nov. 18th, 2009 01:20 pm
kiffie: Karmann Ghia decklid script. (Ghia)
I'm starting to hate Cartoon Network.

Today will make three times I've flipped on to the channel only to see a beautiful Volkswagen Bug getting hopelessly mutilated.

Dude, What Would Happen and Destroy Build Destroy both seem to have it in for the little cars. I'm not really sure why they take pleasure in blowing them up/cutting them up/melting them to slag, but they do. And both shows have used pre-1969 Bugs as fodder. I know they're common cars, but why use the older, nicer ones? :/
kiffie: Star Trek's Enterprise-D. (Default)
Oh, Evil Wil Wheaton.

Be my friend.
kiffie: Chauvelin, from the Scarlet Pimpernel musical. (Chauvelin)
And THAT is why you don't touch weird cars you meet.

*watches with glee*

Dear BBC

Oct. 1st, 2009 11:25 am
kiffie: Chauvelin, from the Scarlet Pimpernel musical. (Chauvelin)
Screw you.

The only way I can see your programs is online. When you shut down YouTube accounts or geolock content, you are killing a huge part of your audience, and your revenue.

I am of the type who watches online and then goes off to buy the collected set in a store. But I generally won't do this unless I can see at least half of the program online. When you pull the thing down before I've gotten three episodes in, or keep it offline completely, I am very, VERY unlikely to purchase your sets. Why should I waste an exorbitant amount of money on an unknown?


Jan. 17th, 2009 06:14 pm
kiffie: Harry Dresden and Bob the Ghost, from The Dresden Files. (Bob and Harry)
So, either SciFi is increasing its budget, or Adrian Paul is seriously hurting for work.

The Immortal Voyage of Captain Drake is making me laugh, though. Hard. His over-the-top "pirate" accent is very lulzy.

I don't get to watch TV often, but this looks like its worth it. It seems to be one, big parody of all pirate and adventure movies, ever. Drake is a pompous ass, his crew features each needed character type, and there are mythological and supernatural threats abounding.
kiffie: Star Trek's Enterprise-D. (Default)
Greg Ellis is voicing the Gentleman Ghost?

Why the hell did I not know this?

Also -- teehee, Wil Wheaton is the Blue Beetle*. I think my geek sensors have overloaded.

*Animated Ted omg omg omg.


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