VOYAGE TO THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA-The Lost Bomb, Brand of the Beast, The Creature (2), Death from the Past
THE LOST BOMB
VOYAGE TO THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA-The Death Watch, Deadly Invasion, The Haunted Submarine, The Plant Man
THE DEATH WATCH
VOYAGE TO THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA-The Terrible Toys, Day of Evil, Deadly Waters, Thing From Inner Space
THE TERRIBLE TOYS
Writer-Robert Vincent Wright
THE SPACE VIKINGS-THE ultimate WORST and EMBARRASSING episode
WRITER-Margaret Brookman Hill--proving women have equality to write just as bad scripts as men---but this is worse than any man wrote for LOST IN SPACE !!!
WRITER-BOB AND WANDA DUNCAN-whew, it has to be cute.
THE GIRL FROM THE GREEN DIMENSION
WRITER-PETER PACKER-green with embarrassment over this one
DIR-NATHAN JURAN--even he couldn't save this one.
MUSIC-ALEXANDER COURAGE-with a few good "sad" and "serious" tunes but a great deal of goofy slapstick tunes also
THE DREAM MONSTER
WRITER-PETER PACKER-HEY, HE WROTE A FAIRLY DECENT ONE!
Russel T Davies, the producer of DOCTOR WHo 2005 to 2009 has moved to the US and has a series he is making/pitching or doing for Hollywood. He has kept it secret as it may fall through and yet...a few years ago he was talking about how he was asked to do LOST IN SPACE. He also mentions LOST IN SPACE in a comment about conventions in the newest DW Magazine. Is he trying to tell us something? He mentioned in an interview the cramped space on the Jupiter 2 would make lovely stories. Should we be worried? Probably. He brought back DW in 2005 with greatness and many of his stories were excellent but some were...shall we say campy, over the top and downright boring and silly. Others had no point and almost said< We didn't happen and weren't meant for you to be watching. His characters usually fell into a love/sexual thing which, while right for DW, might not be right for LOST IN SPACE.
I am ashamed to say that I didn't get all that much done on Ken's Scarf today.
I was having way too much fun at the Taos Wool Fest.
I did manage to get about 5.5 inches knitted when I was actually sitting down. Most of the rest of the day was spent looking at yarn, fiber for spinning into yarn (I bought a few ounces of a merino wool/ silk blend in a beautiful TARDIS blue), fiber processing tools, sheepskin hats, coats, slippers, dyes, spinning wheels, looms, patterns, finished wool garments, rugs, blankets, oh, and sheep.
I had some fabulous lamb ribs for lunch and ate three (3) fantastic homemade hard cider cupcakes brought by a fellow Ravelry knitter.
Tomorrow will be more productive.
7 hours into the Scarf.
Total length; 17.5"
A new slasher movie with a few twists adds nothing new to the genre really. It's handsomely mounted and contains gore a plenty and a handsome cast, one of the girls from SKINS, which this resembles greatly, some interesting credits and end credits, and some gruesome deaths but ultimately it's not really all that great. It won't put you to sleep and it has handsome Alex Pettyfer from STORMBREAKER and a few other movies and tv shows.