+JMJ+ The three submarine films I mention here are not being rated against each other or in any order, except oldest to newest. 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea Based on Jules Verne’s novel, Walt Disney’s 1954 color cinema classic, 20,000 … Continue reading The Three Best Submarine Movies of All Time
Little House on the Prairie, which first aired in 1974 (a whole decade after Voyage was first released to the TV screen), was like a reunion of cast members from Irwin Allen’s Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea series. … Continue reading Little House on the Prairie: A Reunion of Actors from Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea
+JMJ+ If you think about it, the Ice Age saga contains more full-length feature films than nearly any other animated film series. The Shrek saga has four feature films; Disney’s Monsters‘ universe is made up of just two movies; typical … Continue reading Why Has the Ice Age Saga Been Longer-lasting Than Most Animated Movie Series?
+JMJ+ If you watch or used to watch TV shows from the 1960’s, it is quite easy to spot connections that are made between popular series. For instance, in 20th Century Fox’s Batman (1966-68) included a lot of material which … Continue reading Connections Between The Wild, Wild West Episode “The Night of the Bottomless Pit” and The Time Tunnel Episode “Devil’s Island”
This is the basic description of Tim Burton: a man who tends to like working with actors Johnny Depp and Christopher Lee (deceased) and spends his career directing remakes of old classic films (such as Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Planet of the Apes, and Alice in Wonderland) as well as creepy, bizarre animated children’s movies. Continue reading TIM Burton to a T
As anyone reading this probably knows, Doctor Who, who has been a male entity for over half a century, is now going to be a woman. She is to be played by Jodie Whittaker. This sad decision is actually quite a common … Continue reading An Observation About the Evolution of DOCTOR Characters in Modern Entertainment
Believe it or not, several names of the people throughout the Bible have been taken and used as the names for science fiction characters in classic movies, TV series, and novels. Alpha and Omega, New Testament symbols of the omnipotent … Continue reading Sci-fi Characters from the Bible