I’m with Coco!

20 01 2010

So I’m a big fan of Conan O’Brien and since before he left the Late Night show, I would watch him all the time on Hulu and when he started on the Tonight Show I have watched almost every episode on Hulu(If you haven’t noticed, I hate having to watch Live TV. I prefer it on my time.). I think everyone has a preferred late night talk show host and he’s mine. I haven’t watched Leno with any king of regularity in years, and I watched maybe the first 3 or 4 episodes of his prime time show, but aside from his Jay-walking segment I’m not impressed with him anymore.  For now I’ll just watch Kimmel until Conan get a new show. I hope it’s real soon.

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Beatles in the year 3000

3 12 2009

It’s nice to see that the impact the Beatles have on society will survive well into the future.





Letters from editor.

12 11 2009

Dear FOX,

I have just learned that you have decided to cancel, yet another Joss Whedon show that IS beloved by the masses. What the hell! Who the hell is in charge of programming over there? ‘Cause he needs a serious ass kicking. First you put a great show for the 18 to 35 crowd on Friday Night. Not very many 18 to 35 year olds that are hip enough to get Dollhouse are going to be home on Friday nights, they’re out at clubs, sporting events, parties, and if you’d take the time to ask your movie division… at the movies!

Now don’t sit there and bitch and moan about ratings when you let truly uninformed nit-wits poorly plan this stuff out for you. Speaking of ratings, who’s watching “So you think you can dance”? Not me, that’s for sure, but I bet the viewers of that are too young to really go out on Friday nights. The same could be said for Glee (don’t get me wrong, I like Glee).

Since this is a big red flag toward your program scheduling department, let’s look at some of the other mistakes they are making; Fringe, this is the new X-Files and that show helped to make your network, but where’s the love? We love this show. So why did you movie it to a new night to compete against the rock hard comedy lineup on NBC and the established air time for same genre show of Supernatural? Are you still wondering why the ratings have gone down? Let’s see if I can clarify this for you… You program your shows into time slots that compete against the same type of shows from another channel, thus not only dividing your viewers, but challenging us to not watch. I get it that someone in your office has a BS degree of thinking inside the box, but when you program to the motto of “Who’s it going to be, us or them?” we will pick one, but it may not be you. There is no sci-fi on Wednesday; you want to corner the programming for that night? “Dollhouse” and “Fringe”. You put your “dancing” show against “Dancing with the stars” I wonder who’s winning that time slot? This might help. “Glee” and “So you think you can dance” for Song and Dance Fridays on FOX. Do you see how that can work for you?

And since I am curious, do you take Hulu and Fox.com viewing numbers in for ratings as well? I really think that the audience that watches your smarter television, like Fringe and Dollhouse, is quite a bit more tech savvy and would choose the option to watch on our own time than to be stuck on your time. I personally use my DVD to its fullest when it comes to your high quality shows. So to wrap this up, stop canceling the shows that set you apart, stop scheduling shows that divide and challenge your fans and viewers, and take the alternate viewing option number into consideration.

Your loyal fanboy (but only on my time)

Beaucifer.

Dear Joss Whedon,

Why do you keep making deals with FOX? ABC and CBS never seem to cancel shows on Fridays. Also, I think you could do very well on HBO or Showtime.

Your loyal fanboy(all the time)

Beaucifer.





Now I really want a TMNT movie from Quinton Tarantino.

29 10 2009




What were you doing at age 4?

1 10 2009

I’d be completely happy with half this kids skill.

 

So this was removed from Youtube for no reason… so watch it here.





Maybe it’s a sheep dog… let’s keep going.

1 09 2009

Once upon a time I was time I was quite the movie buff and collector of film, the medium of my collection was a format called VHS. During this time I maintained a vast collection of movies depicting my favorite type of supernatural creatures… Werewolves. Yes, in the battle between Dracula and the Wolfman, I sided with Lon Chaney Jr. (Look him up kids) Anyway, my collection was vast from black and white movies of the golden age tinsel-town to crazy high quality CGI of the late nineties. Then one day a new format of home entertainment came into my life called DVD’s. This began the conversion of my collection, and as much as I told myself that I would, in time, re complete my collection in DVD, I have yet to even re buy any of the movies from my Werewolf collection. Mainly due to many of these movies had not and still have not been rereleased on DVD. Now again a new format has arrived and I have re evaluated my needs for this new generation. I want my lycanthropes back! Back in the day at any given time when the mood struck or when the moon was full and I felt whimsical. I would pop in a tape and watch. From a crippled Cory Haim and is crazy uncle Gary Busey in Silver Bullet to Jack Nicholson being as cool as Jack Nicholson in Wolf, I would watch. And my favorite genera movie An American Werewolf in London could cheer me up after any rough day. None of these have I replaced. With the current and ongoing vampire bombardment in movies and television, I feel it’s time to regroup as pack and retake the night. I can almost hear the Howling now.

“Even a man who is pure in heart and says his prayers by night, may become a wolf when the wolfbane blooms and the autumn moon is full.”





And now for something completely different…

9 08 2009