Smeg-Ups HELL - Sci-Fi
Bloopers That Got Away
Dwarf - Sci Fi and comedy perfection? Hah!
Star Wars - the most perfect movies of all time? Hah!
Blake's 7 - the darkest and most visionesque Sci Fi
series ever made? Hah!
The Hitch Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy - the foundation on
which all comedy/sci fi has been built? Oh yeah?
Back To The Future - the definitive Time Travel
Adventure? Do me a favour.
Knightmare - the greatest role-playing game show of all? Well actually it probably is, but...
Well, they all SHOULD be the best. Unfortunately, in
making a movie or TV series, one or two (or several
thousand) things do go wrong. Most of the shash-bits are
edited out, of course, but for reasons of time, budget-constraints,
or sheer carelessness, some errors in production do get
through. In Red Dwarf, Star Wars, Blake's 7, Hitch Hiker
and Back To The Future you can have a field day trying to
find them all. And guess what? That's where I come in.
(If you've noticed any others I've missed, from Red
Dwarf, Star Wars, Blake's 7, the Hitch Hiker's Guide to
the Galaxy or Back To The Future (sorry, not the novels -
although I admit I've spotted a few smegs in them as well),
or perhaps you just want to reprimand me for my fussy,
pendantic quibbling, the e-mail address to hurl the abuse
at is below left...
Red Dwarf (c) Grant Naylor Productions Ltd. (c) BBC
(c) LucasFilm Ltd.
Blake's 7 (c) BBC Enterprises
The Hitch Hiker's Guide to the
Galaxy (c) Douglas Adams. (c) BBC Enterprises Ltd.
Back To The Future (c) Steven
Knightmare (c) Tim Child (c) Anglia TV Ltd.