Another Lost Season 4 Trailer

15 01 2008

In preparation for the Fourth Season of Lost, I’ve been doing a lot of anticipating and a little bit of reading up. Ain’t It Cool has an interview with Matthew Fox about Season 4 and he came out with this gem:

When asked if season four will deal with time travel, Fox says yes. “What is this island? Where is this island? When is this island?” are the questions Fox says the audience is dying to know.

This quote, combined with the new Dharma orientation video that I’ve embedded after the jump, is…I don’t know, mildly interesting. Very Sci-fi, the thought that the rabbit could be from the future..
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Lost Season 4 Trailer

13 12 2007

Although it’s impact will be diminished somewhat by the strike, the 8 episodes filmed so far of season 4 start in Feb next year. And for those who forget, it is definitely worth looking out for after the writing renaissance halfway through season 3, followed by the shocking finale. Watch the non-revealing trailer after the jump..

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24 Season 7 Trailer

25 10 2007

As Title. That 3 minute clip looks better than all of 24 hours of season 6. Click here for the DivX version. Watch it after the break:-

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September 25th

23 08 2007

That is the day that I will be watching the Season 2 premiere of Heroes. Its been a long summer, but I honestly can’t wait for whatever they have in store. They have been adding cast members at a crazy rate, but with David Anders and more importantly Kristen Bell on board for “multi episode arcs”, they are bringing quality to the screen. Watch a trailer for Season 2 after the jump..

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Video(s) of the Week

15 04 2007

Some stiff competition for the coveted video for the week spot, which is usually just one video. But this week I came across 3 things I wanted you to check out, so it’s up to you whether you, you know… do it or not. It’s my blog and I’ll post what I want to.

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