Chris Carter’s Millennium Good Summer Viewing

Millennium
20th Century Fox
1996-1999
Three Season; available now on DVD
2881 minutes

For those who are X-Files fans, and even those who aren’t, Millennium is a worthwhile series that delves into the dark side of human nature and the supernatural. Created by Chris Carter, X-Files mastermind, I found this short-lived FOX series similar if not more intriguing and haunting than anything Mulder and Scully encountered.

Continue reading “Chris Carter’s Millennium Good Summer Viewing”

Advertisements

X-Files 2 trailer

Sure it’s leaked and probably will be taken down, but it’s here! X-Files 2 the movie that fans have been waiting for, well maybe some fans have been waiting for this sequel. Honestly I can’t say whether or not this movie will be any good after seeing the trailer so judge for yourself and let me know what you think! X-Files 2 is coming out July 25, 2008.

X-Files 2: The Movie

With word out now that The X-Files 2 movie is coming to theaters in 2008, I pose the question is this a good thing?

Watch the video below and judge for yourself.

The X-Files, though a classic TV show, is something that to many is seen as cheesy and stupid. The series never truly answered half the questions it brought up. Do you honestly think the second movie will answer more questions than it asks? I say no. Either way if it can be as cheesy and fun as the clips above, I’m totally down to seeing the new movie.The clips above came from the video game released in the 90s. Yes it was awesome.

ReBoot The Movie

ReBoot

Finally the first CGI TV show ever ReBoot is getting the respect that it deserves! Rainmaker Animation who bought the original creators MainFrame Entertainment in 2006, are going to be making a trilogy of feature-length films based on the ReBoot series.

Aired in 1994, ReBoot is about life from within the computer. Everything from RAM to harddrives are represented as characters. What made this series so great was the shear amount of comedy in it. While being a children’s program shown on ABC, YTV, and later Cartoon Network, ReBoot had parodies throughout its lifetime including the X-Files and Evil Dead. The series followed three characters, Bob, Dot, and Enzo the defenders of the central computer. Most episodes consisted of them playing against the user in computer games or fighting the virus Megabyte or Hexadecimal.

“The idea is to relaunch the brand in a new way,” said Rainmaker Animation executive vice president Paul Gertz, who will oversee the project.

The story for these films will be decided upon by fans starting July 26, the opening date for Comic-Con 07! Rainmaker has partnered up with Zeros 2 Heroes, a new social networking site for comic book fans, to reveal five different story possibilities. It will be up to fans to choose what pitch they want to see turned into the ReBoot films. A internet based comic will be published this year also based upon the selected pitched idea.

We bet that a lot of you have never seen this series so we’ve gathered a bunch of video clips for your enjoyment!

[Via Yahoo]