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Everything Geeky: Sci-Fi Shows You May Have Missed

November 4th, 2009 2:50pm EST
After watching the premiere of "V" last night, I was starting to wonder if Sci-Fi is going to make a real comeback into the spotlight. Let's face it, the popularity of this genre has risen in the past few years. It is no longer just the diehard Trekkies that care about Spock and Kirk, but the newcomers swarming after J.J. Abrams' reboot.

With shows like "Lost" and "Heroes" gaining notice on major television networks and the critical acclaim of "Battlestar Galactica," the stereotypes of typical "sci-fi nerds" is starting to wear off. In its place are people who never cared about phasers ...

'Family Guy' Recap: Road To The Multiverse

September 28th, 2009 8:30am EDT
Family Guy
Season 8 of Family Guy debuted last night with an episode entitled "Road to the Multiverse," which was themed primarily as a spoof rallying around the obscure mid 90s sci-fi series Sliders. "Sliders" was the Jerry O'Connell lead series that had a group of lost people traveling around various universes that were all on the same plain of time and space in which each new society within every new universe visited was always extremely different from that of the previous.

Stewie and Brian were the sliders within "Family Guy" while the rest of the "Family Guy" characters were revealed as var...

New TV On DVD, March 25

March 25th, 2008 8:00am EDT
Painkiller Jane
In Painkiller Jane, Jane Vasco is a tough-yet-sexy DEA agent recruited by a covert government unit to hunt superhuman neurological aberrations known as 'Neuros' who can do dangerous things with their minds. But when Jane discovers that she herself can rapidly heal from any injury, she begins to investigate her own disturbing background. The complete series is now on DVD. Also in stores: Party of Five season three and Sliders season four.

TV Classics We'd Like To See On the Silver Screen

January 17th, 2008 1:37pm EST
Hoping to exploit rabid fans of a long-lost cult classic? Feeling the need to pump some more revenue out of a long-dead television juggernaut? Fresh out of any and all original film ideas? Look no further!

Film adaptations of former (and occasionally current) TV series have been popular for years - and why not? It makes perfect sense to create a film adaptation of a beloved series. They each have a built-in fan base just waiting to be exploited.

These films usually vary widely. They can be a continuation of the narrative established in the series or they can keep the con...

Rebecca Romijn Enjoyes Sex And Nudity

May 22nd, 2006 10:02am EDT
Rebecca Romijn
Rebecca Romijn has told how she loves X-rated sex - and gets turned on by playing a dominatrix. The X-Men beauty - who plays mutant Mystique in the sci-fi series - also says she's happiest when she's stark naked. She is quoted in News of the World newspaper as saying: "I love to be nude and I love sex.

"Being a dominatrix in the bedroom, sex in cars and in public places all turn me on. And I love fantasizing about being naked on an island with lots of other naked people."

The actress, who is engaged to Sliders star Jerry O'Connell - also revealed her biggest turn-on is having her ...

'Silk Stalkings' Producer David Peckinpah Dies

April 27th, 2006 10:34am EDT
Silk Stalkings
Television and filmmaker David E. Peckinpah has died of heart failure in Vancouver, Canada. He was 54. Peckinpah, the nephew of legendary director Sam Peckinpah, passed away on Sunday. He was executive producer on TV shows including Sliders, Silk Stalkings and Turks.

His screenwriting credits included the 1983 Burt Reynolds movie Stroker Ace and the 1995 Chevy Chase comedy Man Of The House. Peckinpah is survived by his wife Lori and three children.

(This news article provided by World Entertainment News Network)

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