Well, welll, well ... how's this new week treating you? I hope it's grand!
There's not a whole lot to report from the main desk of SciFiHistory.Net Studios today, but that won't stop me from giving it the sailor's try. I spent the better part of yesterday's productivity slinging words together for that small mass of film reviews (did you see them?), and I do have another flick I'm intending to watch today. But here's just a quick recap in case you didn't see them:
Condition Of Return - Review (link)
Gangnam Zombie - Review (link)
RepliGator - Review (link)
At the request of a Twitter friend, I also shared the announcement of an incredible Kickstarter Campaign for a documentary examining the phenomenon around the the Eagle spacecraft featured prominently in Gerry Anderson's Space:1999 series. For those of you who are, say, a bit younger and haven't had the good fortune of experiencing the show, I'd encourage you to check it out. It was an exceedingly well made adventure. Granted, the stories weren't all they were cracked up to be, and -- for my two cents -- I thought they came in largely better than Lost In Space but falling short of classic Star Trek (for comparison's sake). Great cast, though. Just an incredible cast.
The Eagle Has Landed - A SciFi Documentary (link)
Furthermore -- and this is for those of you still reading and curious about such an announcement -- yes, yes, and yes: if you're someone who'd like to have a similar post and/or promotion up on SciFiHistory.Net's MainPage, simply reach out and ask. Over the years, I can think of only a small handful of requests I've ever turned down -- they'd really have to be something so fundamentally different from SciFi, Fantasy, and Horror for me to do so -- and I'm always happy to use this space to assist like-minded souls in spreading the word across fandom. And no: there's absolutely no cost. I simply ask that you keep in mind I can't put up something that's 50 pages worth of copy, and -- no -- I won't advertise you forthcoming porn flick. (Haha! Yes, I had one such request ages ago. And it wasn't even a SciFi porn film, for Pete's sake, which I might've considered.)
Specifically, this includes authors! All you need do is have a press release about your upcoming book announcement, and I'm happy to do the old copy-and-paste on your behalf. Of course, I might need to do some minor editing here and there, but that's nada ... and -- as I said -- it's absolutely free. So what could hurt?
If nothing else, then please keep my humble outlet in mind for future projects.
As always, thanks for reading ... thanks for being a fan ... thanks for sharing ... and live long and prosper!