Quote:Do not waste your money on this movie. It just blows chunks.
Cactus Patch Observatory / 14" LX200
"The four points of the compass be logic, knowledge, wisdom, and the unknown. Some do bow in that final direction. Others advance upon it. To bow before the one is to lose sight of the three."
Quote:The moon rock monsters were just plain ludicrous.
I want to do more then just look.
Rob 18" f/4.3 Starmaster 8" Meade LX200 Classic Celestron 15x70 Skymaster Binoculars
Televue TV85 APO on a Half-Hitch alt-az mount
David W. Knisely . . . . . . "If you aren't having fun in this hobby, you aren't doing it right." Hyde Memorial Observatory http://www.hydeobservatory.info Prairie Astronomy Club http://www.prairieastronomyclub.org
If Charles Messier had written for Sky & Telescope his column would have been "Deep Sky Blunders" Currently most used equipment: Orion 8" XTi Intelliscope dobsonian Orion 6" Starblast 6i Orion 80ED Oberwerk 15x70 Garrett Gemini 10x50 24mm Panoptic
Quote:For "rock" monsters, I always liked the old movie "THE MONOLITH MONSTERS". At least it had something of a story line, a beginning, and a halfway decent end. Clear skies to you.
Thomas Watson - Author of Mr. Olcott's Skies. Available in paperback and ebook formats. Weblog: Under Desert Stars
Orion X10 Intelliscope Selsi 7X50 binocs Skywatcher 100 ED Celestron C-6R
Observing with a Celestron in an orange zone.
Quote:One of the most stupid sequences is of astronauts going into a crater shadow using a strobe light instead of a flashlight. Why would they do that?
Quote:The last time I saw Moon Rock Monsters was in an old 50's honker called "Missle to the Moon". There were also scantily-clad Moon babes and giant sawdust-filled spiders, IIRC. Did Apollo 18 have Moon babes?