One day I scanned upcoming shows using the guide on my DVR, I came across a movie that I hadn’t heard of previously — “Whisper.” The description read: “A kidnapper (Josh Holloway) and his associates that the boy they hold captive is a real devil.” This was enough to get me to record the film, having little to do with the description but rather the name Josh Holloway.
For those who don’t know, Josh Holloway played the charming con man Sawyer on the TV show Lost. I was a fan of Lost, which was one of the few TV shows I absolutely positively HAD to see. Granted, the final episode didn’t live up to what had come before, but it would be hard to live up to everybody’s expectations.
Now, in the interest of full disclosure, I’d seen Josh Holloway in a movie filmed prior to his breakout role as Sawyer, as he starred in a Sci-Fi Channel original named Sabretooth, which falls into the so dreadful it’s fun/bad category. But now Holloway is a household name capable of headlining what I’m presuming was a straight to dvd release. Oh well, one has to start branching out somewhere, so it’s with cautious optimism I checked out Whisper. (continue reading…)
The animal in question is a sabretooth tiger, great, great (308x) granddaddy to X-Man Wolverine’s archnemesis. You’d think the Sketchy, B-Movie Science Lab competant enough to clone a sabretooth would not simultaneously be the world’s most careless lab, but you would be wrong.
In this lab, the janitor has the access and passcode to enter the cloned sabretooth tiger cage. In the opening scene, the intrepid janitor enters the seemingly vacated sabretooth room in order to clean the inside of the glass. While the janitor succeeds in the short term — the window is cleaner for his efforts, kudos! — he fails in the long term — the window then becomes stained with his blood as the tiger rips his intestines apart. (continue reading…)
One more post about Lost and the finale, then I’m done, I promise:
Lost has come to an end after six seasons. I watched every episode and loved most of them, and loved the experience. The first season of Lost it was FAR more accessible than later seasons, as the dense mythology, complex storyline, and countless subplots and supporting characters scared off the casual viewer. (continue reading…)
From Jimmy Kimmel, post-Lost, just getting around to watching it. Sadly, I’m watching the Lost farewell before the 24 finale, and I don’t regret it: (continue reading…)
(Spoilers follow, of course): I enjoyed the Lost finale, with expectations so high I think they hit a solid triple, not quite a home run. I enjoyed the conclusion to the island storyline much more than the “Sidewaysverse.” Jack taking Jacob’s place, his noble sacrifice, and then Hurley being the next Man. Totally loved the scene where Hurley asked for Ben’s help. Awesome.
The TV-cult phenomenon Lost is nearing its final episode. I have been a fan since the first episode, which I tuned into about 30 minutes after it began. Haven’t missed a minute since. Oh, and I’ve made sure to watch those first 30 minutes I missed too.
For those who don’t know, Lost is ending its run this year (season # 6), with the final 2 1/2 hour episode airing this Sunday, May 23rd. The end of Lost is unique in the history of American television: A hit show that is ending on the creators’ terms. (continue reading…)
Cult hit TV show Lost (and by far the best TV show going) is coming to an end on May 23rd. Apparently the makers had so much material for the two hour finale they asked for an received an extra half hour, so the show will air from 9-11:30 Eastern, Sunday May 23rd. After Tuesday night’s kill-off fest (we’ll never forget you, Frank Lapidus!), are they going to need more time to slaughter beloved characters? (See the article here.)
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