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(Not)Fan Film Friday- Ballad of Serenity

This is not a fan film.  Except it is.   There are three fans of Joss Whedon's (more so now, after he contributed substantially to their Kickstarter  ) performing the theme to Whedon's Firefly.   So it is a fannish effort, even though they are all cast members of The Flash.

It's good.  It really is.   Apparently the Flash set is one of the happiest places to work on TV these days (and why wouldn't it be?  They have a great cast doing great things on a weekly basis.)  

Enjoy!

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MOVIE REVIEW: Cabin In The Woods

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I have an approach to reviewing films that I rarely share called Perfect Film/Perfect Movie. Basically it posits that a Perfect Film is one that I can’t fault any of the choices made in the execution of the film – story, cast, plot, direction, etc. A Perfect Movie is one that you can tune into at any time and something cool or interesting is going on, regardless of the craft involved. Obviously Perfect Films are a much smaller group than Perfect Movies, but still overall, they are elite clubs with few members.

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BOOK REVIEW: “The Killer Angels” by Michael Shaara (1974)

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“The Killer Angels” isn’t even remotely a Science Fiction book. It’s a straight ahead historical fiction set in and around the battle of Gettysburg, during the American Civil War.

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FAN FILM FRIDAY: "Browncoats: Redemption"

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Here on FFF we occasionally grow jaded at the endless Trek/Star Wars Fan Films out there, not because they're bad, but simply because those are huge oceans that we've all sailed a bit too much. We're always excited when some lesser franchise makes an appearance. As such, we're very excited about this one. Really, if I were any more excited I'd be twins. Check it out:

or here
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hJIF7RMuw4M

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BOOK REVIEW: “Serenity - The Official Visual Companion” by Joss Whedon (2005)

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Once upon a time there was a show called “Firefly” which was too brilliant and beautiful to live, and so it died. Like many genre shows before it and since, it was banished to the Fox Friday Night Death Slot to quietly starve for want of sustenance. Even then, it didn’t die fast enough for its master’s liking, so they put a bullet in its head and never even bothered to air the last three episodes. Two years later, the show rose from the dead, transformed in to a big screen movie; the first - it was hoped - of many.

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