i'll go you one step further: The Terminator was one of the best B movies of all time, a fantastic, Twilight Zone-ish sci-fi thriller writ large. But no matter how much my 12 y/o self loved the twists and the "future war", i don't think there was ever enough "there" there to support a whole franchise. I always felt… » 10/30/14 6:21pm Today 6:21pm

whoa - i had a comic w/ this character in it when i was a kid. A reprint, something DC with one of those "imaginary" Superman stories in it. And for some reason it's been haunting my thoughts for the last few weeks while i tried to remember more details. So — thanks! » 10/21/14 7:57am 10/21/14 7:57am

not to mention, Smallville was sort of an Elseworlds Superman-tale, so it either wasn't on the radar of - or didn't "count" for - the more casual superhero fan. With the Flash TV show being a more straightforward superhero story, PLUS audience expectations regarding multi-media shared universes... i just don't get… » 10/16/14 5:37pm 10/16/14 5:37pm

+1000. SNL hasn't tried to brand itself as subversive and edgy since the late 70, so it's never really been subversive and edgy to declare that it's not. SNL is pretty much Sabado Gigante for Americans, and for every Hartman / Hader / Murray they've always had a handful of Meyers / Farley / Anthony Michael Halls… » 10/13/14 10:26am 10/13/14 10:26am

am i / have i missed pix of these painted flats (like a 2-d facade, right?) I'll give you that some of the old school techniques seem like overkill, but they're fairly effective ones (i never noticed them in the OT, is what i'm saying) » 9/16/14 2:51pm 9/16/14 2:51pm