• Remembering Leonard Nimoy

    Remembering Leonard Nimoy

    I was never the biggest Trekkie, but damn did I love Leonard Nimoy. My first glimpse to the world of Star Trek and the character of Mr. Spock was the song “Star Trekkin’”, often played on a local Philadelphia radio segment called Kid’s Corner. “It’s life, Jim, but not as we know it” was my

  • Taking Another Look at ‘Alien 3′

    Taking Another Look at ‘Alien 3′

    Alien and Aliens are tremendous sci-fi movies. They’re both very different in tone, but that makes them great in different ways. Sadly, the next two installments are typically remembered with a shrug. Alien 3 and Alien Resurrection were production nightmares that ended with messy, muddled films. 3 is a glum, dark affair directed by the

  • Podcast: Birdhood and the 2015 Oscars

    Podcast: Birdhood and the 2015 Oscars

    On this edition of the Untied Podcast, Steve dishes out his thoughts on the 2015 Oscars and the best picture selection of Birdman. You can listen to the episode by clicking on the player above, or right clicking and saving this link as an mp3. The podcast can also be found on iTunes. You can leave feedback in

  • I Know Your Pain George Lucas

    I Know Your Pain George Lucas

    I know your pain, George Lucas. Disney also rejected all of my ideas for a new Star Wars movie. They were all really cool too! See, it starts out at the celebration on Endor. Everyone’s happy and dancing with bears and shit. And then BOOM. Everyone gets blown up except for Luke, R2, and C3PO.