Category: Lists

Bite My Shiny Metal List: My Favorite 15 Episodes of Futurama

We’re relatively certain it’s for real this time.  It’s come back twice before, as direct-to-video movies and then two seasons on Comedy Central, but after its series finale this past Wednesday it appears as if […]

6 Blu-rays that Show How Amazing Your Blu-ray Player Can Be

We’ve all heard about the glory of HD, 1080p television. The way you can see a film better that you ever thought possible. The glory of home programming is so appealing, it’s frequently blamed for […]

We Debate: Our Top 5 Scary Movie Moments

At WeMinoredInFilm, we both love watching horror films, but the way we watch horror films is very different.  Julianne likes to watch them to be scared by them and appreciate the experience and film-making; I […]

A Single Shot, Don Jon, Prisoners & 5 Other September Film Releases to Get Excited About

As far as movies are concerned, September totally, well, sucks.  It’s a transitional month between summer and the awards season, both of which are well-defined release periods in which everyone knows exactly what types of […]

The Summer Movie Hits & Misses – What Box Office Experts Predicted Vs. What Actually Happened

UPDATE: 11/20/2013 – This article has been updated to reflect the current box office figures for each of the discussed films. This has been an incredibly strange and unpredictable summer movie season, more so than […]

Oh, Boy: It’s Time for a Quantum Leap Top 10 List

Quantum Leap, which ran on NBC from 1989-1993, is easy to mock.  It wore its heart so prominently on its sleeves it was practically part of the fabric.  It told the story of Sam Beckett […]

Top 10 Episodes of Star Trek: Enterprise

To make most Star Trek fans squirm you need only plaintively sing, in your best impression of latter-era Rod Stewart at his worst, “It’s been a looong roaaad [pause] getting from there to here.”  That, […]

8 Things You Learn About Star Trek From Eugene Roddenberry’s Documentary Trek Nation

In 2009, the Science Channel premiered the documentary Trek Nation from Eugene Roddenberry, the son of Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry.  The two big bullet point takeaways from the film at the time of its premiere […]

What Author Elmore Leonard Said About Justified, Jackie Brown & Some of His Other Film/TV Adaptations

American novelist Elmore Leonard, a.k.a., the guy who wrote the stories the FX show Justified is based on, died today at the age of 87.  The cause of death has not been reported yet, but […]

8 Sad Truths You Realize When Re-Watching Quantum Leap

It is hard to hate Quantum Leap, the NBC sci-fi series which debuted in 1989 and was canceled in 1993 after completing its fifth season.  The show is so utterly well-meaning, following the lovably gee-whiz […]