By Josh Henderson The Dandies Star Trek improv show, Holodeck Follies, is always a good time. The only issue is that each show makes me wish I could live in the Star Trek universe even more. Luckily, there are products available now that feel like they are straight out of Star Trek - or Holodeck [...]
Six sci-fi horror movies if you’re looking for a break from geek comedyon
By Josh Henderson Any time of year is geek comedy time - at least, if you’re a member of The Dandies. When October hits, though, I love curling up at home, turning off the lights and watching horror movies. I try to find new ones from the last year, but usually, among the new ones, [...]
An Anxious Introvert’s Guide to Surviving Nerd Comedy and Geek Conventionson
By Josh Henderson Recently, I joined The Dandies, coming on-board as one of the nerd comedy troupe’s two Heads of Media. I knew before coming on-board meant attending various meetings, shows, and conventions. I also knew all of these situations could be challenging for me. While it may be apparent that I’m introverted, it’s not [...]
Cinematography and the Star Wars universeon
by Josh Henderson
The Star Wars series has been hit and miss for a lot of people, including me. While I loved the first three films (Episodes IV, V, and VI), I wasn’t a fan of the prequels (Episodes I, II, and III). Like many other people, I didn’t connect with these latter films. Why did these films not connect, especially when the first Star Wars trilogy was such a hit? As a cinematographer, I think the answer lies - at least partly - in the visual world of the prequel trilogy...
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