Letters to the Burnettwork Bullpen
Back in the day, it was as much fun to read the Marvel Comics Bullpen (letters to Marvel’s creators and Editor-In-Chief, Stan Lee) as it was to read the action and adventure happening in each issue. We’ve decided to pay homage to that tradition and share some of the great letters and comments we receive at The Burnettwork on a daily basis. Bullpen editor, Mike Bawden, provides intros (and occassionally comments) on letters provided by our fellow Imagination Connoisseurs.
Want to send us your missive to impress your friends and win over enemies? Just click here and start writing.
(Please note: Not every letter will be published or read during a stream and many of the submissions will be edited for clarity and readability.)
Imagination Connoisseur and loyal subject, Ian Samuels, hails the debut of season 3 of THE CROWN.
Imagination Connoisseur, Darren Seeley, shares some of his frustrations with Disney+ and other streaming services.
Imagination Connoisseur, Phil Anastacio, asks what the science fiction genre would be like if Star Wars had never existed.
Imagination Connoisseur, Craig Stratton, wants to know more about the economy that drives the United Federation of Planets (from the Star Trek universe).
Imagination Connoisseur, Jason Webster, shares his favorite sci-fi films.
Check out his list and then give us your TOP 5 in the comments section below …
Imagination Connoisseur, Jeffrey Mao, wonders aloud if too much CGI is actually hurting the storytelling power of movies – especially monster movies.
Imagination Connoisseur, Roberto Suarez, recalls the early, VHS editions of GODFATHER and GODFATHER II and has some questions about both films.
Imagination Connoisseur, Ian Samuels, provides a little insight into the latest development of the “Han Shot First” controversy. All we can say is #JusticeForGreedo … LOL!
The Imagination Connsoisseur known as “Garth” writes in to let us know physical media is not dead. Yet. (It’s merely pining for the fjords.)
Imagination Connoisseur, James Wallace, has a lot of respect for George Lucas – not as a filmmaker but as an innovator. Is that fair?
As a young person, Imagination Connoisseur, Mukbang Reviews, soaked up information about his favorite comic book characters through the “Official Handbooks” from Marvel. What were your favorite (backstory/behind-the-scenes) resources of your youth?
Imagination Connoisseur, Joe Fawley, thinks that Bladerunner 2049 is one of the greatest sequels ever and wants to know what the Post-Geek Singularity has to say about that opinion. Share yours here …
Imagination Connoisseur, Luke Becket, wants to know how George Lucas was able to create something as great as STAR WARS and then follow it up with HOWARD THE DUCK.
Imagination Connoisseur, Tim Salmons, thinks there are four reasons why DR. SLEEP has failed to bring in the audience needed to be considered a success. And one of those failures may rest with Stephen King, himself.
Imagination Connoisseur, Douglas Root, shares his story about growing up “geek.” Take a walk down “memory lane” and revisit some of the best sci-fi and horror titles of the 70s and 80s.
Imagination Connoisseur, David Atkin, says that at some point, every collector has to choose between buying more stuff or saving money for later. Sometimes it’s a matter of space – other times, a matter of convenience. How do you decide?
Imagination Connoisseur, Stubble McShave, was encouraged by the PGS to watch THE GODFATHER trilogy of movies. He has. And now he pulls the rest of us back in to share his love of the films … enjoy!
Imagination Connoisseur, Stephen Goggin, is a big fan of the “2001 Quartet” by Arthur C Clarke – but reading has always been a challenge. He shares his interesting journey with the Post-Geek Singularity.
Imagination Connoisseur, Paul Hoy, agrees with RMB that Harrison Ford’s character, Rick Deckerd (from Bladerunner), was, in fact, human and not a replicant. Do you agree with his reasoning? Let us know …
Imagination Connoisseur, Roberto Suarez, asks if John Favreau’s inspiration for THE MANDALORIAN could have been the classic Samurai tale, LONE WOLF AND CLUB.
Imagination Connoisseur, Malik Williams, takes issue with claims that Disney+ will be a “Netflix Killer.” Do you agree or disagree? Let us know what you think …
Imagination Connoisseur, Roberto Suarez, wants to know what the PGS thinks about Disney+ carrying the post-special edition versions of Star Wars films instead of the original versions.
Imagination Connoisseur, Ian Samuels, celebrates all the yummy, geeky goodness we’ve enjoyed in 2019. We still have 6-7 weeks to go for the year, but we agree with Ian … it’s been a very good year!
Imagination Connoisseur, Jeffrey Mao, has an idea on how to re-boot the entertainment awards industry. Nice!
Imagination Connoisseur, Dean Micetich, wants to know why Disney didn’t launch Disney+ worldwide. He lives in the UK and has to wait 5 more months before he can subscribe … but there are always “options” ….
Imagination Connoisseur, Joe Fawley, thinks that while fans appreciate comedic talent in front of the camera, great comedy directors are often overlooked. Who’s your favorite comedy director/writer? Let us know.
Imagination Connoissuer, Mukbang Reviews, enjoyed the Mandalorian and shares how his personal experience with horseback riding added to the verisimilitude of watching the show’s hero learn how to ride.
Everyone’s favorite great ape (and Imagination Connoisseur), Koba, wants to know if the Post-Geek Singularity is interested in seeing the return of the swashbuckling era to film. We guess it has something to do with swinging on ropes – let us know what you think on the post.
Imagination Connoisseur, Ian Samuels, returns with a brief history of attempted spin-offs of Star Trek’s original series. Do you think the world would be a better place had there been GARY SEVEN or STAR TREK PHASE 2?
Imagination Connoisseur, Jason Webster, is a fan of classic Disney, Bond, Star Wars and Blade Runner – and he asks the Post-Geek Singularity for their suggestions of the best films and most underrated gems from 1982.
Imagination Connoisseur, James Wallace, writes in about how a poorly dubbed piece of dialog on a film can take him right out of the story. Does the same thing happen to you?
Imagination Connoisseur, Mark Churay, writes in to ask if it’s okay to sanitize our history in an effort to remove characterizations that we might find offensive today?
Imagination Connoisseur, Darren MacKinnon, shares how he grew to love Star Trek and what he finds lacking in today’s take on the venerable, sci-fi franchise.
Imagination Connoisseur, Jeffrey Mao, weighs in on the Marvel vs Martin (Scorcese) kerfuffle and asks fundamental questions about our concepts of quality and excellence.
Imagination Connoisseur known as “Garth” asks RMB for an update on the upcoming release of TANGO SHALOM and whether or not it will be available on physical media.
Imagination Connoisseur, Terry Flynn, is compelled to write in to the Post-Geek Singularity to share his frustration with a certain composer known for scoring some sci-fi classics.
Expanding your entertainment horizon is just one side effect of existing in the Post-Geek Singularity.
Imagination Connoisseur, Stephen Goggin, thanks Rob and ROBSERVATIONS for turning him on to the films of Nollywood (from Nigeria) and Bollywood (from India).
Imagination Connoisseur, Mark Churay, thinks LucasFilm’s Dave Filoni would have been a much better choice for the creative chief helming the Star Wars franchise.
Imagination Connoisseur, Stephen Taylor, writes in that he thinks James Cameron may have set expectations too high with the original TERMINATOR film and the first sequel.
What do you think?
Long-time Imagination Connoisseur, Vesna Lukic, has been thinking about THE LAST JEDI and has a few questions about the relationships between characters in the film.
Imagination Connoisseur, Phil Anastacio, wants to know how RMB feels about one of the most iconically, cheesey scenes in the history of Star Wars. Here’s your clue: “NOOOOOOOOOOO!”
How do you feel about this scene? Let us know on the post.
Imagination Connoisseur, B Sweaty, wants to know why Star Wars fans just can’t seem to get along anymore. And what do you think could fix it? Leave your thoughts in the comments section …
Imagination Connoisseur, Brian Ng, wonders if Disney has a problem with creating believable animated characters who are black. What do you think?
Imagination Connoisseur, Marc Coté, looks back on his career in music and shares his opinion that one doesn’t have to be a mega-star to be successful.
Imagination Connoisseur, Kenny Kraly, Jr., shares his love of superhero TV shows from the 1990s. Re-live those days through his letter and then tell us when your interest in superheroes on the small screen started in the comments below …
Imagination Connoisseur, Kris Pevoto, wonders aloud if the MCU chatter about Robert Downey, Jr.’s performance being Oscar-worthy is part of ABC/Disney’s effort to juice the ratings of the next Academy Awards telecast.
Imagination Connoisseur, Luke Becket, wants to campaign for a new Star Trek movie that boldly goes where the other ones should have gone before now.
Imagination Connoisseur, Dean Micetich, shares his initial thoughts on the AppleTV program FOR ALL MANKIND and wonders what the world would be like had the USA lost the “space race.”
Imagination Connoisseur, Liam Carrigan, writes in from Nagano, Japan, with a response to Fran Morhart’s recent letter.
Just how does a community like the Post-Geek Singularity deal with issues surrounding depression, bullying and suicide? Liam has some thoughts.
Imagination Connoisseur, Jack Gregus, is fed up with Terminator and Star Wars fans who can’t wait to complain. So, what’s their problem? Jack has a few thoughts …
Imagination Connoisseur, Craig Stratton, writes in to the Post-Geek Singularity to remind us that today (November 5) is Guy Fawkes Day – a perfect day to take in a viewing of V FOR VENDETTA.
Imagination Connoisseur, James Wallace, after watching DR. SLEEP and THE IRISHMAN, James compares his theatre-going experiences and the challenges exhibitors face as streaming and other home theater options present even bigger competition.
Imagination Connoisseur, Kyle A, thinks he’s figured out why fans have given up on the Terminator franchise. Has a constantly changing cast, and inconsistent story made it impossible for fans to come back?
Imagination Connoisseur, David Jaurequi, wonders why Warner Bros. has never produced an HD re-master of Babylon 5.
Imagination Connoisseur, Douglas Root, wants to know why movie studios can’t distribute their own films.
Imagination Connoisseur, Jeffrey Mao, shares his thoughts as to why filmmakers face a challenge when they attempt prequels to their established fantasy franchises.
Imagination Connoisseur, Stubble McShave, tests his theory that more good content is being created now than ever before – but does it hold up?
New Imagination Connoisseur, Jason DeWolf, writes in to share his life as a geek and as a big fan of Bladerunner. Why does this film connect with Jason? Read his letter to find out …
Aspiring filmmaker and Imagination Connoisseur, Luke Gosling, writes in to share his geek’s journey and the challenges he’s faced getting his own stories made and into theaters. Good luck, Luke!
The Imagination Connoisseur known as “Timbula the Spidermonkey” swings into the Post-Geek Singularity to share his love of classic, action cinema (and more).
Imagination Connoisseur, Brian Ng, is ready to go to war over a beloved military story.
Imagination Connoisseur, Rick Green, writes in to the PGS and the “Master of Fun and Wonder” to talk about the first season of Jack Ryan and what makes it a hit.
Imagination Connoisseur, Rik Berg, wonders out loud if fandom isn’t looking a gift horse in the mouth when it comes to the quantity and quality of sci-fi, horror, fantasy and other genre entertainment.
Imagination Connoisseur, Ian Samuels, has proven his horror/suspense credentials time and again – but this time, he may have surpassed even himself by connecting Hitchcock’s PSYCHO to horror classic, HALLOWEEN.
Imagination Connoisseur, Ian Samuels, shares a tip of the hat to Wales and all that the small country (part of the United Kingdom) has given to the film and entertainment worlds.
New Imagination Connoisseur, Paul Hoy, writes in to let us know he’s just joined the Post-Geek Singularity and re-discovering so much great, genre entertainment. Welcome home, Paul!
Imagination Connoisseur, Brian Ng, wants to know what happens if “the machines win” and wind up beating humanity?
Imagination Connoisseur, WIlliam La Rochelle, with his suggestions as to how the TERMINATOR films could resume “in an honorable way.” Wait, we’re talking about cold-blooded, killing machines out to destroy humanity, right?
Imagination Connoisseur, Stephen Goggin, shares his first experiences with his new Blu-Ray player and how it’s fundamentally changed his movie-watching experience.
Willow talk: As with artists and literary heroes, do the dark sides of scientists diminish their contributions to society?
Imagination Connoisseur, Willow Yang, surprises the Post-Geek Singularity once again with an insightful look at how today’s “cancel culture” presents standards that diminish the contributions of some of the world’s most brilliant scientific minds.
Imagination Connoisseur, Paul in Long Beach, looks back on BladeRunner and celebrates the “hits” and “near misses” of Ridley Scott’s vision of LA in 2019 (and yet, still no flying cars).
Imagination Connoisseur, Ian Samuels, tweeted at LucasFilm’s Kathleen Kennedy and received a reply back he wasn’t expecting …
Imagination Connoisseur, James Wallace, offers insights into what makes fan love (and hate) their favorite franchises.
Imagination Connoisseur, Franz Morhart, weighs in with his suggestions on how to deal with bullying and toxic fandom.
Imagination Connoisseur, Liam Carrigan, donned an interesting costume this holiday as he attended Halloween parties in Japan. Liam went as Nuclear Man from SUPERMAN IV – and you’ll never guess what happened next …
Imagination Connoisseur, Owen Tuohy, wants to know what Hollywood doesn’t greenlight more movies based on popular video games today.
Imagination Connoisseur, Brian Ng, thinks we need a rating between PG-13 and R.
What does the Post-Geek Singularity think? Let us know …
Imagination Connoisseur, Dean Micetich, writes in to express his reservations about the future of the Terminator franchise (prior to seeing TERMINATOR: DARK FATE).
Please leave your thoughts on whether or not you think Terminator will be back in the comments section …
Imagination Connoisseur, Mark Churay, shares some rather strong feelings about YouTube, the John Campea Show, Hot Toys collectibles and whether or not “cool box art” is reason enough to purchase a second copy of a DVD or Blu-Ray. It’s a hilarious screed worth reading.
Imagination Connoisseur, Dieter Bastian, writes in from Germany to express his disappointment with TERMINATOR: DARK FATE. He asks the difficult question: does the Terminator franchise need to keep going or should it be retired, permanently?
Imagination Connoisseur, Mukbang Reviews, quizzes writer-producer-director, Robert Meyer Burnett, on the nuanced difference between “practice” and “rehearsal.”
Imagination Connoisseur, Josh Razauskas, has a question about how Q was used as a character in Star Trek: The Next Generation – and whether or not it’s common for a series pilot and finale to be so tightly tied together.
Imagination Connoisseur, Ian Samuels, provides his thoughts on what happened to Benioff and Weiss that led to their departure from Lucasfilm and the Star Wars franchise.
Imagination Connoisseur, James Wallace, wants to know what his fellow PGS members would design for a house if they let their imaginations run wild.
Imagination Connoisseur, Ki Shane-Bright, sends in a cautionary tale (with a fun twist) as her first message to the Post-Geek Singularity.
Imagination Connoisseur, Jeffrey Mao, lays out what he sees as the reasoning behind HBO’s green light for “House of the Dragon”, the Game of Thrones prequel based on George R.R. Martin’s “Blood & Fire” history of House Targaryen.
Imagination Connoisseur, Garth (possibly from Izar???), suggests that Disney should just give the entire Star Wars franchise back to George Lucas. But why? Read on …
Imagination Connoisseur, Joe Fall, wants to know why filmmakers don’t use 3D more often than they do.
Imagination Connoisseur, Kris Pevoto, has a couple of Star Trek questions for RMB and the Post-Geek Singularity. We’ll hear what Rob thinks in an upcoming ROBSERVATION. Leave your thoughts below …
Imagination Connoisseur, Ed Stiltner, was re-watching Burnettwork videos and ran across RMB’s video about his cat – and now, in light of the California wildfires, he offers some pet safety advice.
Imagination Connoisseur, Kris Pevoto, asks two questions on the mind of everyone who’s been interested in the business of movie-making …
Imagination Connoisseur, Bryan Kruse, has confessed that even though he’s a die-hard James Bond fan, he’s fallen behind in his viewing … until this coming weekend!
Check it out!
Imagination Connoisseur, Stubble McShave, challenges the concept that “the big idea” is what matters when it comes to great story-telling.
Imagination Connoisseur, Jeffrey Mao, returns with more details on how he’s set up his home media center and responds to Rob’s comments on his previous letter.
Every now and then an Imagination Connoisseur feels a little “troll-y” – special thanks to Hassan Chavez who seems to think he knows how to push Rob’s buttons …
Imagination Connoisseur, Franz Morhart, writes in with his “more insane” theories about Stephen King’s classic, THE SHINING.
Wait, MORE insane?
Imagination Connoisseur, Lynne Hobday, writes in to celebrate how our shared love of sci-fi, horror and fantasy that can bring us together. It is, after all, what binds us into the Post-Geek Singularity.
Imagination Connoisseur, Mukbang Reviews, hasn’t been able to make the ROBSERVATIONS live streams – but he chimes in with a note saluting the rock-n-roll virtuoso formerly known as Prince.
Imagination Connoisseur, Emil Johansson, asks if it’s possible for media to be unbiased and asks if its possible to create a film or story without bias.
Let us know your opinions in the comments section below. (That’s ironic, isn’t it?)
Imagination Connoisseur, Mark Churay, wants to his love of SKY CAPTAIN AND THE WORLD OF TOMORROW with the Post-Geek Singularity. Is this movie underrated or just forgotten goodness?
That enigmatic Imagination Connoisseur known as “That Head” yammers on about his search for the perfect double- or triple-feature to watch this Halloween. Leave your suggestions in the comments area, below.
With the news of Weiss and Benioff’s departure from the Star Wars production machine yesterday, Imagination Connoisseur, Franz Morhart, makes a case that it’s a good thing, rather than a loss.
Imagination Connoisseur, James Wallace, reminisces about the “good old days” when video stores and record stores dotted the landscape – an increasingly rare sight in these days of streaming media.
Recommendations for Imagination Connoisseurs interested in learning more about Blaxploitation cinema.
Imagination Connoisseur, Phil Anastacio, shares his love for Blaxploitation cinema.
Imagination Connoisseur, James Possamai, shares information on his latest project – or, projection, as the case may be. Who’s up for some 21st Century pi ying?
Imagination Connoisseur, Ty Smith, writes in to ask what has happened to the “adult, studio comedy” – and for him, it’s no laughing matter.
A youthful Imagination Connoisseur, Owen Tuohy, has been binging classic films (a wise decision, sir) … but has a few questions for the PGS about THE SHINING. Especially about that guy in the bear suit.
Imagination Connoisseur, Chris Wriglesworth, has some horror movie recommendations for other members of the Post-Geek Singularity.
Imagination Connoisseur, Jeffrey Mao, writes in to The Burnettwork to talk about the benefits (and the challenges) of owning a high-end, home theatre and media center.
Imagination Connoisseur, Adam Blue, has found a lot to like in Eddie Murphy’s new picture, DOLEMITE IS MY NAME – and says its message resonates on a lot of different levels.
Imagination Connoisseur, Dean Micetich, writes in to explain why he’s put the next installment in the Star Wars saga: The Rise of Skywalker in his rear view mirror.
A new Imagination Connoisseur, known as Hannes the Hun, writes in to ask for an explanation on the disconnect between movie critics and the movie-going public.
Imagination Connoisseur, Christopher Collins, asks why humor and subject matter that was relevant 20 – 40 years ago don’t hold up as well today.
The Imagination Connoisseur who goes by the pen name “That Head” does some deep thinking on the X-Men franchise and Moira MacTaggert’s storyline.
Imagination Connoisseur, Justin Tuhua, writes in that entertainment today seems to be nothing more than “recycled, regurgitated facsimiles of yesteryear’s intellectual properties.”
Imagination Connoisseur, Lazer Tron, shares a story about how watching a movie about dealing with trauma has helped point the way toward personal recovery.
To say Imagination Connoisseur, Willow Yang, isn’t high on Star Trek: The Next Generation’s Season 2 finale, “Shades of Gray” is putting in mildly.
Check out her review!
Imagination Connoisseur, Martin Lawrence, longs for the glory (or is it gory) days of classic slasher films. What’s it going to take to bring classic horror back (with a vengeance)?
Imagination Connoisseur, Craig Stratton, may be big on imagination, but he’s not a connoisseur of snack food at movie theaters. That’s why he wants to BAN POPCORN!
Let Craig know what you think of his idea in the comments below.
Imagination Connoisseur, Richard Green, shares his favorite moment from Star Trek: The Motion Picture and where it led him.
Imagination Connoisseur, Brian Ng, asks a rather provocative question: “Why do the Oscars separate awards by gender?”
Let us know what you think in the comments section, below.
Imagination Connoisseur, Regina Cruz, mathematician with a self-described “strong propensity for theoretical physics, quantum physics and metaphysics,” offers up her thoughts on the probability of alien contact.
Imagination Connoisseur, Kenny Kraly, Jr., sounds off about film soundtracks and music scores – wondering why they’re not as great and memorable as they used to be.
Imagination Connoisseur, Paul in Long Beach, wants to know when is too much, too much? Like the rest of us, Paul seems to be swimming in an endless sea of media … and he just may say “enough.”
Imagination Connoisseur, Franz Morhart, shares his five, favorite BAD movies.
Tell us yours in the comments section below …
Imagination Connoisseur, Adam Blue, writes in again with his own theory as to who actually constructed the pyramids in ancient Egypt.
Imagination Connoisseur, CK, swings into The Post-Geek Singularity to offer up some thoughts on SPIDER-MAN: FAR FROM HOME.
Imagination Connoisseur, Corey Drayton, offers a fresh look at the Walter Mosley revelations and shares his personal story of being bi-racial in the media industry.
Imagination Connoisseur, Bryan Jones, loved AVENGERS: ENDGAME but didn’t like the way it ended. So he came up with his own.
What do you think? Sound off in the comments section, below.
Imagination Connoisseur, Liam Carrigan, asks about the future for the X-Men in the movies. Will dramatic casting changes help or hurt the franchise?
Let us know what you think in the comments, below.
Imagination Connoisseur, Jeffrey Mao, writes in with his observations about problems in the narrative timeline for STAR WARS – EPISODE V: THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK.
But does it really matter?
Imagination Connoisseur, Jeffrey Mao, sings his praises of the written word as they are used in George RR Martin’s epic “Song of Ice and Fire” and asks why do stories like this not fully transfer from page to screen?
Imagination Connoisseur, Mike B, writes in to explain why Mortal Kombat and other video games could make for some enjoyable movies – if they avoid the same problems comic book movies run into and stick too close to the source material.
Imagination Connoisseur, Nathan Duck, shares the story of his visit to the Kennedy Space Center at Cape Canaveral, Florida and ponders the legacy of the Apollo program.
Imagination Connoisseur, RJ Walters, needs help determining whether or not an action figure is authentic or fake. How do you do that?
Imagination Connoisseur, Anono Myss, is an actor in LA and asks his fellow members of the Post-Geek Singularity to appreciate the challenges of performing in full-body prosthetics to make the sci-fi and fantasy shows we all love so much.
Imagination Connoisseur, Mark Churay, sympathizes with recent comments about rude audience members at the theater – but tells us that sometimes justice prevails.
Imagination Connoisseur, Martin Lawrence, asks about the grey area surrounding fan films. Is it okay to make a film that uses someone else’s intellectual property?
What do you think? Let us know in the comments section, below.
Imagination Connoisseur, Chris Wriglesworth, asks with so many films made before the 1950s lost due to degrading media, what is being done to preserve our cinematic history?
Imagination Connoisseur, Jesse Flores, wants to turn the Post-Geek Singularity’s focus to the sub-genre of Cyberpunk. “Cool” doesn’t even begin to describe it … let us know what you like about Cyberpunk in the comments below.
Imagination Connoisseur, Mark Churay, has a bone to pick with the website Rotten Tomatoes and the methodology for computing its ratings. Is Rotten Tomatoes “rotten to the core”?
Imagination Connoisseur, Lynne Hobday, says although she hasn’t watched the Quartermass movies, she enjoyed the TV mini-series when it came out in 1979.
Imagination Connoisseur, Franz Morhart, talks extraterrestrials and UFOs and asks why people are willing to believe these wild theories. Then again, that’s JUST what an extraterrestrial visitor would want us to do, isn’t it?
Imagination Connoisseur, Ken Dixon, wants to know when is it right to say “enough is enough” and walk out of a movie.
What does it take to get you to walk out of a film? Let us know in the comments section, below.
Imagination Connoisseur, Terry Cooper, wonders why people’s aesthetic tastes for visuals change over time.
Imagination Connoisseur, Jakob Fudge, thinks he knows what’s ruined the movie-going experience (resulting in sliding box office numbers) … the audience.
Agree or disagree? We want to know what you think – leave your thoughts in the comments section, below.
Imagination Connoisseur, Blake Wunderlich, wants to know what the heck Netflix is thinking when they renew the shows they decide to renew.
Imagination Connoisseur, Willow Yang, shares her review of STAR TREK: THE MOTION PICTURE. Buckle up, buckaroos … this is gonna be a bumpy ride!
Imagination Connoisseur, Dean Micetich, sends in his thoughts on adapting Tom Clancy’s “Jack Ryan” books for the big screen. Just how much change from the source material is acceptable?
Imagination Connoisseur, Paul Morgera, just finished binging Star Trek: Deep Space 9 and has some questions.
Lots of questions.
Imagination Connoisseur, CK, asks a fundamental question about filmmaking and filmmakers.
Imagination Connoisseur, Troy Williams, has a question about the where the “Star Wars crawl” was for ROGUE ONE and SOLO. Does the decision to not include crawls in front of those movies help or hurt the franchise? Does it even matter?
Let us know what you think, in the comments section, below.
Imagination Connoisseur, Joel Sommers, shares his geek’s journey with other members of The Post-Geek Singularity.
Imagination Connoisseur, Brett Steinbook, wonders how Hollywood trailers balance creating excitement among movie goers with not spoiling a film.
Imagination Connoisseur, Stubble McShave, who often writes about writing, writes in to discuss how “The Other” is often presented in today’s media.
Imagination Connoisseur, Ian Samuels, writes in to Rob with a tome in praise of an early legend of the silver screen, Conrad Veidt.
Imagination Connoisseur, Jamie Thomas, writes in again to ask for a list of the ten best episodes from each series of the Star Trek franchise (with the exception of Discovery, of course).
Imagination Connoisseur, Jamie Thomas, loves Star Trek and offers a critical perspective of what’s been done to the franchise since Bad Robot and Secret Hideout have been at the con.