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Review: "The Flight That Disappeared" (1961)

“TERROR IN THE SKY…beyond known flight!” If only this film a higher budget and better acting, it might be considered one of the better science fiction films to come out of the Cold War era. 357 more words

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Moovedia #14: The Net Neutrality Show

Moovedia #14: The Net Neutrality Show

In this episode, hosts Lawrence Dreyfuss and Robbie McBeath discuss Net Neutrality. Hear what it is, why it’s important, and what the FCC will do February 26, 2015. 74 more words

Moovedia Podcast

NOOKLA -- CENTER OF THE YOONIVERSE

Betty and I, and the dawgz, are driving to Nucla (Colorawdough) in early February.  This particular February was like some sort of convoluted Indian summer, in that this was Neolithic or Neanderthal or Anasazi, 693 more words

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Before 'Last Man on Earth,' 6 TV shows about the apocalypse

When Last Man on Earth premieres March 1 on Fox, Phil Miller (Will Forte) might be utterly and completely alone. But he’s far from the first human to wake up and find civilization forever altered (see: Rick Grimes). 529 more words

Twilight Zone Sn1 Ep5 "Walking Distance"

Original Airdate: October 30, 1959

The Thomas Wolfe adage, “You can’t go home again,” is the basis for “Twilight Zone’s” fifth episode, “Walking Distance” in which a walk to town becomes a much longer walk through time and memory. 306 more words

Twilight Zone Sn1 Ep4 "The Sixteen-Millimeter Shrine"

Original Airdate: October 23, 1959

The fourth episode of “Twilight Zone” swings for the fences and is the creepiest episode yet. Barbara Trenton (Ida Lupino, “High Sierra”) is an aging screen star who’s time in the limelight was twenty years past. 388 more words