Tag Archive: television

‘Salem’s Lot: From Book to Screen

When it comes to movie adaptations I think only William Shakespeare has had more cinematic translations than author Stephen King, but unfortunately King also holds the record for the amount of terrible adaptation of his works.

Westworld: Pilot (2016) – Review

When Walt Disney placed The Hall of Presidents and the Pirates of Caribbean in his parks he changed the way people saw amusement park attractions. Sure rollercoaster and Ferris wheels will always entertain crowds but as the years go by…
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Galactica 1980: Galactica Discovers Earth – Review

Glen A Larson’s series Battlestar Galactica only lasted one season, with poor ratings and even poorer writing being the main cause of its cancellation, but somehow a letter writing campaign resurrected the show.

Battlestar Galactica: Experiment in Terra – Review

The “Beings of Light” from the episode War of the Gods are back, and they continue to be intergalactic busybodies with their lame apparent “non-interference” methods. Originally this was supposed to be another Starbuck centered episode but Richard Hatch pointed out…
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