Archive for LOST
Lost In Translation with tags Damon Lindelof, Kevin Pollak, LOST on June 29, 2011 by Occult Detective
Here’s a 2 hour interview with Damon Lindelof conducted by Kevin Pollak on Pollak’s Chat Show. Let me tell you, fellow craftsmen, this was one of the more insightful glimpses into the writer’s mindset that I’ve come across. It’s entertaining, at times self-depreciating and funny, but completely engrossing and enlightening. If you’ve the time, spend it here. You won’t regret it. Damon shows up about 20 minutes in or so, but the whole show is worth your attention.
Lost In Translation with tags Emmy Awards, LOST on August 30, 2010 by Occult Detective
Kim and I sat through the Emmys last night and, despite an inspired opening number from Fallon and Company (including Jorge Garcia) doing a terrific send-up to a show I can’t stand (that would be Glee), the award show was mostly a trainwreck of epic proportions.
I don’t think it could have been less funny nor groan-inducing… Still, we marshaled on in support of LOST, but there was no love to be found for our favorite show.
No Emmy for Damon and Carlton. No Emmy for either Terry O’Quinn or Michael Emerson. No Emmy for Elizabeth Mitchell. No Emmy for Matthew Fox. No Emmy for Jack Bender. No Emmy for Michael Giacchino. No Emmy for Ab Aeterno. No Emmy for LOST itself.
The one bright note was the scoring of the coveted trophy for Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Drama Series (“The End”), given to Stephen Semel, Mark J. Goldman, Christopher Nelson and Henk Van Eeghen.
It’s not like I needed confirmation of LOST’s greatness by their bringing home a dozen Emmys for their efforts, but I wanted it for the actors, writers, and directors. I had hoped that their peers would acknowledge what they had accomplished. Maybe they would have if Mad Men and Breaking Bad (two shows I’ve never seen) did not exist in the same universe as them.
Well LOST, it may not be an Emmy, but what you have won is my undying gratitude for giving me a wonderfully epic television series that will hold a special place in my heart for years to come.
Is this the end of LOST here at the Occult Detective? Not quite yet. I still plan to review the Season 6 DVD set and, who knows, maybe I’ll revisit the series again and mark the journey on this blog in the future.
In the end, LOST was everything I wanted it to be and then some.
Lost In Translation with tags Faraday, LOST, Quantum Physics on December 11, 2009 by Occult Detective
Archive with tags hulu, LOST on August 3, 2009 by Occult Detective
LOST comes to hulu, the premiere online streaming video site. Viewers can recapture the magic of the first season in its entirety, or relive the final five episodes of the fifth season. Whatever your poison, LOST’s availability in this format has been a long time coming as the hulu engine is less clunky than the abc viewer… So, enjoy, if you’ve a mind to. I know I’ll probably stop in now and then for a refresher course in LOST 101.
Lost In Translation with tags Comic Con, LOST on July 26, 2009 by Occult Detective
Lost In Translation with tags LOST, Roma Fiction Fest on July 8, 2009 by Occult Detective
Here’s a little something from the Roma Fiction Fest to tide us over until the upcoming flood of information that is sure to bowl us over once Comic-Con gets under way July 22nd.