Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Science of the Movies Series Begins Tonight

Science of the Movies is a new series on The Science Channel that takes an in-depth look at how special effects in the movies are created. From the episode guide, it doesn't look like there will be much about actual science. There will be lots of nifty technology, though. It looks like it should be fun to watch.

Science of the Movies is on Tuesday nights at 9pm on the Science Channel. (If you, like me, have never even heard of The Science Channel, check the high numbers of the cable channels you receive. On my TV it's channel 191.)

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Anonymous said...

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