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1st August 2019 at 7:23 pm in reply to: Sci Fi SadGeezers Kings Avatar Live Action news thread #120786
This show just gets better and better 🙂
Episode 3 was just as good as the rest if not a little better! I hope though, that we are over introducing the main characters as it would be good to get to some integrated storytelling. What did you think?
Another terrific episode. I’m really enjoying the series.29th July 2019 at 10:23 pm in reply to: Sci Fi SadGeezers Kings Avatar Live Action news thread #120664
Finally managed to get the Second episode reviewed. It was really good too. If you liked the first episode, you will really like this one too.
The final episode review of Okaa-san online. It’s not that I’m not enamored by the series, it’s great fun, it’s just that I have to spend my time on other reviews.27th July 2019 at 2:34 pm in reply to: Sci Fi SadGeezers Kings Avatar Live Action news thread #120600
My old matey Mike of MBedd fame is coming up from the black country for a visit and to show me some of the graphics he’s been working on (tbh, mainly to talk crap and get drunk) so I wont be able to review Episode 2 of Kings avatar tonight as I thought, but will definately do it on Sunday when Mike pisses of back down south with a hangover.
Other shows you might want to check out if you run out of things to watch:27th July 2019 at 1:06 am in reply to: Sci Fi SadGeezers Kings Avatar Live Action news thread #120580
Really good. Actually better than I thought it was going to be:26th July 2019 at 6:58 pm in reply to: Sci Fi SadGeezers Kings Avatar Live Action news thread #120550
Boy, if you are a gamer you will really like this. If you aren’t you will still like this – how many shows can you say that about!?
I think the story is great but the graphic style lets the anime down in my opinion. It’ snot that I’m an expert or anything, but it’s just hard on my eyes.
And it just keeps getting better!
I really like the second episode, probably moe that the first. The only downside was the quality of the graphics.
I really liked the second episode too. Will almost certainly be watching this to the end of the series:
This weeks episode was even better! Lots of fun and still very well directed and acted.19th July 2019 at 6:55 pm in reply to: Sci Fi SadGeezers Kings Avatar Live Action news thread #120281
And, lots of background information and history of the saga:19th July 2019 at 6:54 pm in reply to: Sci Fi SadGeezers Kings Avatar Live Action news thread #120280
Also, some rumours about air dates:
And alas, this will be the last review:
I’d rate this a mediocre 5.7. Not sure I’ll be watching the series past the obligatory episode 3.
What did you think? Let us know in the Demon Lord, Retry post in the Anime Forum
This review is © Tony Fawl
Another really great episode, in fact, I actually think that this one was better!
I’m afraid the second show was just as predictable and this will be the last review:
This was much better than last weeks show. What did you think?
I’m not going to be reviewing any further for reasons explained in the following review. The show is really good, just not aimed at the sort of audience that visits this website.
What did you think?
The second episode i reviewed here. Not much better, but at least they are a little clearer about the show’s direction:
And also, I just posted a review of these shows, I think you will like them:
So, I thought I should also post some cool shows to watch that I would recommend. Checkout these:
Lol. Holly, it’s been 15 years (and counting 🙂 )
Genius!30th April 2013 at 10:09 pm in reply to: Looking for Australian Lexx fans to help encourage Aussie Cons to invite LEXX guests #78136
Good luck! Let me know if there is anything we can do to help (maybe a plug on the SadCASTs).
Just uploaded Season 2 Episode 1 to Youtube. Checkout the SadCAST Bolgg here at:
Or go directly to the SadCAST Youtube Channel:17th March 2013 at 12:54 am in reply to: Dune region B blu-ray release (2012), some comments #78134
Funny you should say that. I actually did a piece on LEXX Makers:
It was mostly written in the mid to late 90’s after I’d met some of the designers and writers of the show. At the time, I managed a Multimedai Centre in blackburn in the UK and knew a little about what was being done. Yes, there was so much CGI in LEXX and the computer screens of the age weren’t much better in terms of resolution than smart phones today.
Yeah, to be honest, they look too pretty to be interesting. I can think of much better designs (case in point is your comment on exosceletons), but alas they would look much uglier. I wonder if the show would be as popular if the robots were lesserm…. sexy 🙂17th March 2013 at 12:44 am in reply to: The Trailer for my new Time Travel web series, “Multiverse War” #78132
We’ve just started the SadCAST’s (Season 2 – posted on youtube) and will review in the next few weeks.20th February 2013 at 4:57 pm in reply to: OMFG! Kin Dza Dza is out on DVD with English subs and voice-over. #78129
The bad news is that they aren’t very good subs. Ours are still the best I think.
having a load of trouble getting the tech to work for the test skype call.
I bought a load of new stuff tech that should work, but if it doesn’t, I’ll still schedule the test call and discuss optins.
Manchester Sci Fi group is great! Lots of cool peeps and maybe even some will want to take part in the show. I’ll continue withe the group and begin promoting the SadCASTs.10th February 2013 at 10:47 pm in reply to: OMFG! Kin Dza Dza is out on DVD with English subs and voice-over. #78126
Hmm, although there are a couple of extras (like interview with the creator and director) the subs aren’t very good.
The good news is that Mosfilm have released their catalogue onto Youtube and have subtitled editions of Kin Dza Dza.
Checkout Part One at:
and Part Two at:
If you have a spare couple of hours, it’s well worth watching.
First ttime I was bored watching an episode 🙁
They are both defo very cool. I need to go and watch them again 🙂
Speaking of which, your email doesn’t seem to be working? Have you changed yours lately – I sent you an emaila couple of days agao and it was returned. Any chance you could forward me a new email adress?7th February 2013 at 5:01 pm in reply to: Dune region B blu-ray release (2012), some comments #78121
Yep. I guess i’ll hold off buying t his on Bluray. Thanks for the review.
i just wonder though, if people are considering upgrading their fave DVD collections of shows and films to Bluray? I’ve decided to start doing that wil fave’s like LotR, Matrix and Harry Potter, but not sure I’d go for upgrading Babylon 5 or LEXX for the same reasons you mention above. I suspect that the tech for production of TV shows doesn’t lend itself to 1080p and above resolution.
I’m not so sure it was an ad or soviet propoganda. There was a funny bit in the film where they were surprised at the new planet they landed on and wondered if it was capitalist, but to be honest, getting Kin Dza Dza through the Soviet Film sensors would have been a nightmare. For me, it could easily have been a protest film againt comunism!
Probably not me, I would really like to but not sure I’d be able to get away. Will Blackcloud be joining you?
Yep, that was him!! I finally got through. Thanks 😀
Hi, Looks awesome! yes you have permission to share the link(s). Im happy to help! (and sorry for the late reply).
Desperate to see something that can drag me away from WoW and not seen a decent space game since Elite or X Beyond the Frontier.
I wish you the best of luck m8ee.
Great list! Thanks for posting!!
We desperately need a way of finding new (or old) sci fi shows that we might not have seen, there is some great stuff out there that we just don’t know about. This list is a great start for recommendations.
Currently, my list would include all above plus (not in order):
Hitch Hikers Guide to the Galaxy
Master and Margarita (Russian)
Death Note (Japanese – live action and Anime)
The Prisoner (1960’s version)
FLCL (Japanese anime)
Mystery Science Theater 3000
LL, I met her once. It was in Blackpool, UK in the 1970’s I think, I was a kiddy and went to the opening of a Doctor Who exhibition. I gave her some flowers (I was part of a small school delegation) and whe was very sweet.
I still think she was one of the best Dr. Who assitants (from the heyday of Dr Who) besides Katy Manning of course.
Wow, you guys are normally quite positive about such stuff. I haven’t seen the original series so I’m not sur ethat I’d be ‘spoiled’ with the remake. I guess I’ll check it out and get back – interestingly, this is the first I’ve heard of it!I saw it the other day, next day I saw Prometheus.I much preferred MiB 3, It was wonderful. I’d heard that it wasn’t as good as the previous films, but I enjoyed every minute of MiB 3.
Prometheus was just a remake of Aliens with a twist as far as I could see (I appreciate that I am probably in the minority here as everyone I know actually enjoyed it 🙂 )That’s a great list!Seriously, one of the best I’ve seen. It’s a shame there were so many negative comments to something that someone had obviously taken a lot of time and trouble to create.There will always be people who want to comment of why some show should be included or why another show should get a higher rating, I personally don’t agree with most of the ratings, but it was great to read them and make a note of some of the shows I hadn’t seen.One of the things I would like to see would be the inclusion of other foreign language shows, possibly some of the better foreign shows like Death Note or Trigun or the myriad of other Japanese live action or anime Sci Fi shows, or shows like Kin Dza Dza (a film originally release on Russian TV as a two part series). Good Sci Fi TV isn’t limited to English speaking countries and with the currently poor showing of good Sci Fi on tv lately, a few foreign shows to help us find new and interesting stuff to watch would be great!The list missed off "Middleman" by the way, which is a crime!
I’ll try him on his facebook page (if I can find it 🙂 Not quite as good at hunting as Aqua 🙂