Tag Archives: Prometheus

In defense of an idea

I’m a defender of Prometheus – I admit it. I also confess to you it is not easy, really. The film on its surface is a ludicrous mess. My attraction to Prometheus is largely due to my own “fill in the blanks, ignore that, and that, that is really this, etc etc etc” filter through […]

Direction is key

I’ve written before on the importance of a Director’s touch/style in making a film what it is. Lately I’ve been watching the Alien franchise, due in no small part to the relatively recent Prometheus¬†spectacle. This is just a small blog-postlet, if you will, reinforcing what I’ve been saying. Note that I say this with no […]

Prometheus – Area 51?

I have been waiting forever, or at least since I read the Area 51 series by (pen name) Robert Doherty [no, it has been forever, since I read the series with the desire in mind] to see a movie about the alien origin of mankind. Anyone familiar with the Area 51 series can attest to […]