Entries by PsychoFish

Caption Contest 23

Greetings all.

The results can be found in our forums.

And, if you’ll care to take a gander at the Caption Contest page, you’ll notice a new one is readily available for your comedy expertise!

Let’s let those girlish tendencies out lads! Or in the case of Craig, reel them back in.

You know. Whatever.

Update: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Trailer 2.0

A little something that cropped up the other day. Much better quality, both sound and picture.

Plus, no announcer.

Love the music. It’s kind of generic, but man, it gets your heart pumping.

Love some of the look…

But will this film eclipse Prisoner of Azkaban as my favourite of the three?

Trailer gives me hope.

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Trailer 2.0

Right click and save as I do believe. I don’t particularly want to steal their bandwidth. And I’m sure as soon as Chris is at a computer, he’ll do some extremely clever and technical to make it more fair. Or something.

Thanks to Mugglenet for the grab.

James Doohan: 1920 – 2005

It is with genuine sadness, I must report the death of James Doohan, known best for the now immortalised role of Chief Engineer Montgomery Scott (Scotty) in Star Trek: The Original Series. Scotty was perhaps, always the character I found the most heartwarming, the one I consider a definite favourite of sorts. Sure, the friendships […]

Stargate Atlantis: Season 2: Changes Part 1

I’m sure Rob’s still planning to go ahead with his Atlantis article, so think of this as more of a companion piece.

As you will be aware, if you’ve bothered to check out the ‘Staff’ section, I’m ‘Sci Fi Heaven’s Resident Stargate Expert.

No.

Really.

So, Stargate: Atlantis Season 2 is on it’s way in. And guess what? I’m looking forward to it. But, I’m not going to spoil much, I’m just going to tackle this in broad brush strokes.

Ah.

Hmm. Apparently I’m supposed to use this to make entries on stuff… something to do with not actually being a very effective member of staff and blah blah blah… I disagree though. Afterall, the tagline was my idea. We’re geeks. Deal with it.