by Jason T. Kocher March 6th, 2011 - Culture » Film and TV »
In the 2005 Doctor Who episode “The Empty Child”, writer Steven Moffat created the character of Captain Jack Harkness. Played by the multi-talented John Barrowman, Harkness was a cocksure time-travelling omnisexual con-man whose sexuality was not trumpeted as some great progressive cause, but was instead just [...]
by Jason T. Kocher March 22nd, 2010 - Culture » Film and TV »
So far through its first season, Caprica, the prequel spin-off of Battlestar Galactica, has proven a very unique and satisfying series. Taking place on a relatively peaceful Caprica, around the same time as the invention of the Cylons, but well before their cataclysmic wars with humanity, [...]
by Jason T. Kocher December 27th, 2009 - Culture » Film and TV »
Near the end of the spectacular-but-for-its-ending Battlestar Galactica, panic reasonably began to creep into the cybernetic hearts of its loyal geeks. What to do when its all over…MAN!?
SciFi, the network prior to rebranding as the less logical and only slightly more catchy moniker of SyFy, seemed to be making attempts to preemptively fill your hole with a [...]
by Jason T. Kocher December 21st, 2009 - Culture » Film and TV »
Yes, I am indeed and certainly going on a Doctor Who hunger strike protesting the replacement of David Tennant with one Matt Smith. Surely…days away from already filmed and edited swan song of The End of Time…there is still time for my mighty one-man protest to have its desired effect.
And…no…that’s not really reality…
However, I will [...]