Have you been checking out Comet TV this month? If you have not, then you have been missing out on a bunch of episodes of Mystery Science Theater 3000 (MST3K). As some of you know, Comet is a free sci-fi network available on television digi-networks and online at CometTV.com. Whether you love the 1980’s classics like Gattaca or prefer your Stargate marathon with a side of cult-tactic goodness like SG-1, Comet TV has you covered. If you haven’t checked Comet out, then you’re missing all the fun cult classics. And thanks to Comet, I’m giving away a MST3K Prize Pack on my geeky dad blog.
I saw Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (Lucasfilm) for the second time recently. The first time was at the theater and the second time was via Disney Movies Anywhere and Roku. I’m a big Star Wars fan and I really enjoyed the sci-fi film. Unlike the other Star Wars movies I’ve seen, Rogue One is a standalone story. Remember the very first Star Wars film (A New Hope)? In the story, Luke destroys the Death Star thanks to plans stolen by the rebels. Rogue One is about the rebels who stole the plans that revealed the weakness in the Death Star. Note: I received a movie kit for reviewing the film on my blog. As always, the opinions expressed are mine and I am not obligated to write a positive review.
I have a fun giveaway for you sci-fi fans. Thanks to Comet, I’m giving away a March Movie Badness Prize Pack on my blog. As some of you, Comet is a free sci-fi network available on television digi-networks and online at CometTV.com. Whether you love the 1980’s classics like The Amityville Horror or prefer your March marathon with a side of cult-tactic goodness like Troll 2 or Planet of the Vampires, Comet TV has you covered. If you haven’t checked Comet out, then you’re missing all the fun cult classics.
If you have not checked out the COMET network, you should. You don’t even need cable to get the network. I can pull their shows off our TV antenna. This month COMET is looking to the future with a new crop of films that show where we might end up! You could be battling the cosmos with Flash Gordon or playing a game of Rollerball with LL Cool J! Available on television digi-networks and online at CometTV.com, COMET offers something for everyone and has an incredible array of movies that you simply can’t get with a subscription to streaming platforms like Netflix, Amazon, or Hulu. Thanks to COMET, I’m giving away a space pack on my dad blog. The prize pack consists of a spaceman USB light, rock candy sticks, and packs of Pop Rocks.
Good news. Stargate Atlantis has landed on COMET, which is a new Sci-Fi Network that shows the best in fun cult classic films and television shows. To celebrate, I’m giving away a swag pack on my dad blog. The prize pack consists of:
- COMET / Stargate Atlantis Exclusive Shirt — features an exclusive design which will put you on the level of a Stargate traveler — you are officially part of the Space & Interdimensional Exploration Division
- Comfy Alien Head Beanie — perfect to set you apart from other boring humans and perfect for the chilly December evenings
- Stargate Atlantis Necklace — sure to make you the envy of all your friends
- Two Stargate Patches — show that Stargate love and officially join up with the Space and Interdimensional Exploration Division
- COMET Alien Head Stress Ball — nothing relives stress like squishing an Alien head
There’s a new network called COMET. The network is dedicated to science fiction and horror programming. Best of all the sci-fi network is free. You can see COMET shows on television digi-networks and online at CometTV.com. Thanks to COMET, I’m giving away a swag pack consisting of two COMET exclusive t-shirts (Get Skiffy and We Can Hear You Scream), COMET robot stress ball, COMET flying saucer, astronaut ice cream, and popcorn. Continue reading to find out more about COMET and how to win their prize pack.
My son and I saw an early screening of Thor: The Dark World last Monday. We loved it, but I was surprised the film was more of a science fiction story than a superhero story. Don’t worry, there’s plenty of ass kicking by Thor and other Asgardians. But there’s also space ships and worm holes, which I didn’t expect. Thor: The Dark World (Marvel Studios) opens in theaters today. The 112-minute movie is rated PG-13 for sequences of intense sci-fi action and violence, and some suggestive content. Continue reading to learn six things about Thor: The Dark World.
My son and I saw an early screening of Ender’s Game. The movie is based on a book (by Orson Scott Card) with the same name. I have not read the book, but my ten-year son has. We both enjoyed the sci-fi action film, but my son said they changed the ending. Ender’s Game (Summit Entertainment) opens in theaters today. Continue reading to learn five things about Ender’s Game.
My son and I saw an advance screening of Man of Steel earlier in the week. It’s not a perfect film, but we loved it. Man of Steel is a reboot of the Superman series. Clark Kent is still a baby that crash landed on Earth from the planet Krypton. But in the reboot, Clark Kent isn’t the golly gee whiz klutz that we are use to seeing. He’s a reflective person that is trying to act like everyone else even though he’s burning inside to save everyone he can. A lot of the Superman storyline has been changed, but it’s refreshing to see a different take on Superman. Man of Steel (Warner Bros. Pictures) opens today in theaters everywhere on Earth and in the Phantom Zone. Read on to find out about the seven things you should know about the new Superman movie.
My oldest son and I saw an early screening of Oblivion in IMAX. The film is a sci-fi story starring Tom Cruise (Jack Harper), Olga Kurylenko (Julia) and Andrea Riseborough (Victoria). The story takes place in the future after decades of war with aliens called Scavs. Jack, Julia and Andrea are a few of the remaining humans left on a post-apocalyptic Earth. My son and I love the movie. The story is excellent and the special effects are dazzling. Oblivion (Universal Pictures) opens in theaters on Friday. Continue reading for the full review.