Niteshift will be giving away passes to a special theater presentation of Star Trek: The Next Generation – A Celebration of Season Two courtesy of Fathom Events and CBS Home Entertainment. Tune in to 99.5 FM WBAI, Monday at midnight for details. Star Trek: The Next Generation – Season Two can be pre-ordered right now at Amazon.com.
To celebrate Season 2 of the iconic series Star Trek: The Next Generation, NCM Fathom Events and CBS Home Entertainment are coming together again for a special one night big screen event.
Star Trek: The Next Generation – A Celebration of Season 2
In Select Movie Theaters Nationwide
Thursday, November 29th at 7:00 PM
Only One Night
This not to be missed movie theatre event will feature two of the most popular Next Generation episodes,Q Who? and The Measure of a Man which will include, for the very first time, about 13 minutes of never before additional content.
This special event will also include exclusive looks at the extensive restoration taken to make Season 2 look better than ever before, never-before-seen interviews with the original cast members, a behind-the-scenes look at the artists who created the original FX elements and photography and a reunion with the original cast members, captured in December 2011, as they celebrate 25 years of this unforgettable series.
Star Trek: The Next Generation – A Celebration of Season 2 is the first opportunity to see a transcendent digital presentation and the world premiere of the extended cut of TheMeasure of a Man in select movie theaters nationwide on Thursday, November 29th at 7:00 PM.
To purchase tickets, click here for a list of participating theaters.
Season One of “Grimm” is coming to DVD and Blu-Ray on August 7th, but Niteshift fans will have a chance get their copy a week early. We’ll be giving away “Grimm” Season One on Blu-Ray and a Blu-Ray player tonight courtesy of Universal Home Entertainment. Tune in to WBAI 99.5 FM tonight at midnight for more details.
“Grimm” Season One is available for pre-order right now at Amazon.com. Season two of Grimm premieres on Monday, August 13th on NBC.
Classic Grimm’s fairy tales come to life like never before in the “dark and imaginative” (Mike Ayers, CNN.com) supernatural series “Grimm,” from the producers of Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel. Homicide detective Nick Burkhardt (David Giuntoli, “Privileged,” “Grey’s Anatomy”) discovers he is descended from a long line of criminal profilers known as “Grimms,” protectors who are charged with keeping the balance between humanity and the creatures of myth. With newly awoken abilities to detect the evil lurking among us, Nick struggles to keep his old life separate and safe as he becomes ever more entrenched in the ancient rivalries of the Grimm world. Available on Blu-ray™ and DVD on August 7, 2012, “Grimm” Season One allows fans to experience all 22 chilling episodes back-to-back and uninterrupted.
via Metropolitan Arts League
The Metropolitan Arts League is pleased to announce that Mike Sargent, Writer/Director/Film Critic, will be moderating the Talk-Back with Writer/Director Franc. Reyes and some members of the cast of The Ministers at the Yale Club of NYC on Wednesday, April 20th, 2011. Visit Metropolitan Arts League Events page for details and to purchase tickets.
Beginning April 19 at Midnight, Niteshift will be streaming video live from the WBAI studio on Ustream.tv. You can watch the show every week at http://www.ustream.tv/channel/niteshift1, or by clicking the “Live Video Feed” button on this site.
KCCS is hosting a special screening of the 1999 film PERSONALS featuring a Q&A with director Mike Sargent.
Details: Wednesday April 13. 8pm: music from the soundtrack played. 8:30 film. 10:15 Q&A/workshop with director.
Legion Bar, 790 Metropolitan Ave. @ Humboldt St. L to Graham
via Kings County Cinema Society.
via Yahoo! News.
Composer John Barry, who won five Oscars for his film work but was best known for his contributions to a dozen James Bond movies, has died. He was 77.
The English-born composer won two Oscars, for the score and the song, for “Born Free” in 1966, and he earned single statuettes for “The Lion in Winter” (1968), “Out of Africa” (1985) and “Dances with Wolves” (1990).
Many of the most popular applications, or “apps,” on the social-networking site Facebook Inc. have been transmitting identifying information—in effect, providing access to people’s names and, in some cases, their friends’ names—to dozens of advertising and Internet tracking companies, a Wall Street Journal investigation has found.
Facebook in Online Privacy Breach; Applications Transmitting Identifying Information – WSJ.com.
For me, Tim Burton has always been more of a visual stylist than a master storyteller. His films always have a great look and feel to them, but some clearly work better than others—Charlie & The Chocolate Factory vs. Sleepy Hollow, Nightmare Before Christmas vs. Planet Of The Apes. View full article »
A new gallery of news photos and strange products has been added to the site. Tree Men! Baby Toupees!