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All Angel All The Time

Finally got part two of Season 5 of Angel the other day; my collection is complete. It’d be the first time I’d ever owned all the episodes of a TV series, if it wasn’t for that cheating Firefly with it’s all in one boxed set.

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Jimbo Rides Again

As the world anxiously awaits my in-depth review of Serenity, sensible folk know there’s only one reviewer who can really be counted on as completely reliable.

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Mirror, Mirror

I noticed today an interesting upcoming movie that I hadn’t previously heard of, while reading a fascinating TIME interview with Neil Gaiman and Joss Whedon.

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Subtext

Joss Whedon talked to ABC Radio National while he was hanging out in Australia recently and had this to say…

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Returning the Sky

A few weeks back, I was checking all my nifty RSS feeds when I noticed that Whedonesque.com were announcing preview screenings of the Firefly movie, Serenity, in Victoria. I rushed over (in an internet sort of way) and booked me some tickets.

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The Return of Famke

Famke Janssen will be returning for X-Men 3. This is pretty good news, on account of her insane hotness, but I’m still a bit worried. I loved the first two films, and the news that Bryan Singer would not be returning for the third was quite a shock.

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Firefly

So, there I am, wandering back to work after trying out James’ favourite Subway sub, and oops! — there’s JB Hi-Fi’s DVD superstore. Better go in then.

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Crazy Folks

It’s always nice to get further confirmation that people are insane.

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Angelic

It feels odd to have witnessed the final episode of Angel — ever — and not be mentioning it here.

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Spike v. Angel

Firstly — I promise that my next entry will have no Buffy or Angel references whatsoever. But things have come to light that need mentioning.

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The End of Buffy

Having decided that neither ‘Chosen’ nor Season Seven in general is a suitable end to Buffy, I’m now left with the task of working out where the show DOES end.

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