The Daily Transmission … January 17, 2022

It only took a few hundred years, but 2,000 people accused of being witches in Scotland are finally getting their apology. You don’t have to wait nearly so long for today’s Transmissions from the Post-Geek Singularity.

That Sarlacc isn’t the only one Boba gave indigestion … and other letters.

Is the “Book of Boba Fett” becoming your favorite hate watch or do you still hold out hope that the Star Wars team at Disney+ can pull things together by the series finale? That and more in today’s mailbag.

What are the chances we’ll see 4K releases of our favorite classic movies … and other letters.

Questions abound about the future of physical media and yet there are Imagination Connoisseurs who long for high resolution releases of classic films. Plus, a simple question … what home video format is best?

Warriors of all sizes.

Special thanks to Imagination Connoisseur Bob Dylan who shared a little action figure story with the PGS this weekend.

For the love of music … and other letters.

Composer/arrangers like James Horner (pictured above) collaborated with filmmakers to help tell stories through music and thematic elements that helped audience connect to characters. Plus more from the mailbag.

How long can Kevin Fiege last as head of MARVEL … and other letters.

Kevin Fiege’s vision of the MCU has paid off handsomely for MARVEL Studios and Disney, but how long can he keep it up? Fans make predictions and offer other ideas in today’s mailbag.

Everybody has a dream, don’t they? … and other letters.

There’s nothing wrong with dreaming and storytelling, is there? If not, try explaining why so many great stories go unread, so many brilliant ideas unheard, and so many dreams unfulfilled. Yes, we have existential letters today on the blog.

The Daily Transmission … January 11, 2022

Take a walk with us through the geeky wonderland of genre entertainment. We’re sharing some of our favorite stories and conversations from the day with you as part of our Dailly Transmission from throughout the Post-Geek Singularity.

Maybe we should avoid Fridays, remembering Sindey Poitier … and other letters.

Is it just us or is bad news hitting us on Fridays with ever increasing frequency? Imagination Connoisseur Mikeylito takes a look back at some of the stars who’ve recently left us – plus more mail.

The Daily Transmission … January 10, 2022

Ben Affleck sits down with the LA Times to take a look at how far he’s come and how important it is to do something you really love to do.

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Warriors of all sizes.

Warriors of all sizes.

Special thanks to Imagination Connoisseur Bob Dylan who shared a little action figure story with the PGS this weekend.

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The Daily Transmission … January 11, 2022

The Daily Transmission … January 11, 2022

Take a walk with us through the geeky wonderland of genre entertainment. We’re sharing some of our favorite stories and conversations from the day with you as part of our Dailly Transmission from throughout the Post-Geek Singularity.

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Here’s the thing … seriously.

Here’s the thing … seriously.

THE THING is about the laziest title for a movie. Ever. Surely, you can come up with something better. That’s our seven words or less challenge today …

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What some people will do (or not) for ratings.

What some people will do (or not) for ratings.

SPACE: 1999 was a 1970s action-adventure series produced by Gerry and Sylvia Anderson and only ran for two seasons. Could it have run longer? What needed to happen to ensure a third season? That’s our seven words or less challenge today …

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We’re at a loss for words …

We’re at a loss for words …

The Hawk … another enigmatic hero from prime time television during the 70s and 80s. So what was his super power? That’s our seven words or less challenge today …

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For the love of music … and other letters.

For the love of music … and other letters.

Composer/arrangers like James Horner (pictured above) collaborated with filmmakers to help tell stories through music and thematic elements that helped audience connect to characters. Plus more from the mailbag.

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You know nothing, Luke Skywalker … and other letters.

You know nothing, Luke Skywalker … and other letters.

How could he not of known? Apparently, the Force was everywhere except within earshot of Luke – just check out how he reacts when he hears about it from old Ben Kenobi. How is that possible? Imagination Connoisseurs want to know that … and more.

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Which film would you instantly greenlight?

Which film would you instantly greenlight?

Ever want to be a Hollywood bigshot that can make the call on what movies get produced? Congratulations, you’ve got the job for the day and a job that nobody would ever want. That’s our seven words or less challenge today …

read more
How bad can a little bad boy be?

How bad can a little bad boy be?

Ever wonder about the families of the heroes we love and the villains we loathe? If you were the younger brother of one of the galaxy’s most heinous baddies, what would you do to make sure everyone knew your name? That’s our seven words or less challenge today …

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Watch of the Day

A frosty romance that gets old once things heat up.

A frosty romance that gets old once things heat up.

Mel Gibson was getting defrosted in the future long before Captain America – that’s one of several interesting observations made by our millennial film reviewer, Omar. Find out why we’ve made FOREVER YOUNG our Watch of the Day …

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Willow Talk

Willow has a meeting of the minds over “Meld.”

Willow has a meeting of the minds over “Meld.”

Blogger Willow Yang reviews the STAR TREK: VOYAGER episode “Meld” and the breakout performance of Tim Russ (Tuvok) after watching it with friends and getting into a deep conversation about the nature of “the typical Betazoid.”

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Talking Trek

Willow has a meeting of the minds over “Meld.”

Willow has a meeting of the minds over “Meld.”

Blogger Willow Yang reviews the STAR TREK: VOYAGER episode “Meld” and the breakout performance of Tim Russ (Tuvok) after watching it with friends and getting into a deep conversation about the nature of “the typical Betazoid.”

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Reviews

A thriller worth the wait.

A thriller worth the wait.

Jason Webster, a frequent reviewer of Asian cinema for The Burnettwork, shares his thoughts the K-film thriller, RECALLED, starring Seo Ye-Ji and Kang Woo-Kim. Read his review to learn more.

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The Burnettwork is pleased to present the entries to its first film festival event: The Intergalactic Imagination Connoisseurs’ Film Festival. Over seventy entries were received and are currently being evaluated for final selection.

On December 25, 2020, The Burnettwork will present its final selections for the IICFF which will be judged by industry professionals in early January.

Winners will receive a cash award, IICFF statue and recognition in an awards ceremony scheduled for January.

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Transmissions from the Post-Geek Singularity

This is content produced by fans for fans – all part of the community refer to as The Post-Geek Singularity. We cover everything from fan fiction to commentary about the entertainment industry and the franchises we love. Join in the fun and get involved. After all, every Imagination Connoisseur has a story to tell – and this is the perfect place to tell it.

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Warriors of all sizes.

Warriors of all sizes.

Special thanks to Imagination Connoisseur Bob Dylan who shared a little action figure story with the PGS this weekend.

read more
For the love of music … and other letters.

For the love of music … and other letters.

Composer/arrangers like James Horner (pictured above) collaborated with filmmakers to help tell stories through music and thematic elements that helped audience connect to characters. Plus more from the mailbag.

read more
You know nothing, Luke Skywalker … and other letters.

You know nothing, Luke Skywalker … and other letters.

How could he not of known? Apparently, the Force was everywhere except within earshot of Luke – just check out how he reacts when he hears about it from old Ben Kenobi. How is that possible? Imagination Connoisseurs want to know that … and more.

read more
Which film would you instantly greenlight?

Which film would you instantly greenlight?

Ever want to be a Hollywood bigshot that can make the call on what movies get produced? Congratulations, you’ve got the job for the day and a job that nobody would ever want. That’s our seven words or less challenge today …

read more
Here’s the thing … seriously.

Here’s the thing … seriously.

THE THING is about the laziest title for a movie. Ever. Surely, you can come up with something better. That’s our seven words or less challenge today …

read more
What some people will do (or not) for ratings.

What some people will do (or not) for ratings.

SPACE: 1999 was a 1970s action-adventure series produced by Gerry and Sylvia Anderson and only ran for two seasons. Could it have run longer? What needed to happen to ensure a third season? That’s our seven words or less challenge today …

read more
We’re at a loss for words …

We’re at a loss for words …

The Hawk … another enigmatic hero from prime time television during the 70s and 80s. So what was his super power? That’s our seven words or less challenge today …

read more
Do you have a story to tell?

Do you have a story to tell?

Do you have a story to tell? We bet you do. Record your favorite stories and upload them to our website and you could win a $20 Amazon gift card!

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How bad can a little bad boy be?

How bad can a little bad boy be?

Ever wonder about the families of the heroes we love and the villains we loathe? If you were the younger brother of one of the galaxy’s most heinous baddies, what would you do to make sure everyone knew your name? That’s our seven words or less challenge today …

read more
Does this re-define the “killer dance move”?

Does this re-define the “killer dance move”?

They dancing can free the soul … but just how free can one soul be? We saw Joaquin Phoenix jam to Gary Glitter’s Rock and Roll, Part 2 in THE JOKER, but was that the right song? That’s our seven words or less challenge today …

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A thriller worth the wait.

A thriller worth the wait.

Jason Webster, a frequent reviewer of Asian cinema for The Burnettwork, shares his thoughts the K-film thriller, RECALLED, starring Seo Ye-Ji and Kang Woo-Kim. Read his review to learn more.

read more
Seven words could change the galaxy.

Seven words could change the galaxy.

Every STAR WARS movie starts off with the same, introductory phrase. But what would you recommend if that phrase had to be scrapped for something else? That’s our seven words or less challenge today …

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When is “three” not always a crowd?

When is “three” not always a crowd?

In her review of THREESOME, Rrr Mmmm helps reframe the social issues surrounding sexual preference that might have been viewed as more highly controversal in 1994 than they are today, twenty-five years later.

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No free pass for FREE ENTERPRISE from this reviewer.

No free pass for FREE ENTERPRISE from this reviewer.

Imagination Connoisseur, Pedro Ferreira, turns a critical eye to FREE ENTERPRISE, co-written and directed by Robert Meyer Burnett. So how does the movie hold up more than twenty years after its release?

Read his review to learn more.

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