Archive for May, 2007

Logans Run: No Singer for You

Two bits of news that made me smile today: Firstly I had my second follow up with the eye surgeon this morning and he’s extremely happy with the progress that my eye is making. The vision is starting to reach a point where it rivals the former ability of my eye; given that it has […]

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EOL: Eye Progress

As it turns out, that latest PowersCosmic strip [Above] (which i did prior to the surgery) is unlikely to be accurate at all — and not just because corneas don’t talk — because the cornea that I received was donated by a young guy who was probably just as frightened of the romantic comedy section […]

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EOL: Giving My Eye One Last Meal

Well, a half expected phone call came through earlier which has meant that I have a little less time to spend with my natural born right eye. Monica Bellucci: The reason we have eyes in the first place. As a result of some rapid deterioration in my left eye the corneal graft that we managed […]

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TV: The Fall of Jericho

Variety reported today that amongst the shows not returning for another season on CBS is Jericho. Why? I can’t say for sure, but I’m guessing that it was a fairly expensive show to shoot and given it’s ‘long arc’ style I doubt that it picked up many new viewers during the course of the first […]

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Hellboy: Sword of Storms DVD

As I mentioned here on EOL a couple of weeks ago the first of the Hellboy Animated movies, Sword of Storms, hit DVD stores [in Australia] on the 2nd of the month. Well yesterday I managed to get my hands on said DVD, so I put some time aside last night to fire up the […]

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Horror: Viruses, Vampires and Blindness

Short of saying “Some time after the year 1980” it’s impossible for me to know when it was that movies involving viruses started to freak me out. I mention 1980 because that was the year that the movie ‘Fukkatsu no hi’ was released. Better known as simply ‘Virus’, ‘Fukkatsu no hi’ is a gripping film […]

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Nerds: Hicks’ time of death?

Last week a landmark event occurred which may have slipped under the radar, or seismometer, or whatever contraption is used to measure the coming together of nerd like minds (A Wheatonometer? “Wow, that convention was at least point six Wils” — yeah, that works for me). Anyway, for reasons which will be discussed at a […]

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