AdvancedSetup, on 24 June 2012 - 08:13 PM, said:
Falling Skies for now...
And if you need a Zombie killer you need this one.
How'd you know the miniGun is one of my favorite weapons; there's a company (somewhere; memory buffer underflow
) that fixed the jam clearance problem and made it several hundred percent more reliable - Don't know if the M134 was the one fixed but one of the cable channels had it as a segment (shot at an undisclosed location) that showed the fix, internal workings and a firefight shot at ground targets from a chopper. If I had ever been a pilot in a previous career tho' I would have flown A-10 WartHogs with that GAU-8/A 40mm gatling cannon.. Orgasmic...as well as enclosed in that warm, sweet titanium bathtub..
This season's FALLING SKIES
is so darned good it seems as if the 60 minute episode is over in a 1/3 of that time - Gosh I wish I could see the whole season (this one with upcoming episodes) in one long session.. Also wonder what the skitter is talking to the kid (with the glowing studs) about..
And they nuked TERRA NOVA
due to costs of sets.. (In fact, the producers of TERRA NOVA
demanded, a got, a complete
first season only because they demanded enough episodes to recoup the set costs to start with) Same reason as putting STARGATE: UNIVERSE
in that limbo of an ending(?) with all humans, but one, in life support pods for the multi-million year journey between galaxies, just enough power left in the craft to make the journey as well as, of course, having one bad pod so one of the members (Eli Wallace) couldn't go into stasis leaving the possibility that if they decide to ever restart that series from where the quit they have two options for restarting; either Eli
figures out something or manages to get help to solve the power problem.
Don'cha just hate getting into loving a series and having the rug pulled from under you?? (Metaphorically speaking...
CABLE channels are developing better shows than the major networks these days.. but not getting enough money to keep them alive. THE WALKING DEAD
is one of those surprise sleepers that just hit an audience nerve. I *never* watched "ZOMBIE" genre before that series. Now I can't let go. Never cared much for "VAMPIRE" genre until the BLADE trilogy, and then Kate Beckinsale in the four UNDERWORLD
Ahhh; the smell of Spaceships, Blood and Zombies in the morning..