Friday, November 8, 2013
The Science Fiction "Identity Theft Racket" of SyFy Channel and Ronald D. Moore
First of all, the SyFy Channel and Ronald D. Moore are absolutely terrible at what they do. They are the worst in the business when it comes to doing anything Science Fiction and Fantasy related. They both should have gotten out of the Science Fiction business a long time ago. Why the two of them continue to cling to something (Science Fiction) that they absolutely stink at doing is anyone's guess. Because thus far...the two of them sure has hell haven't gotten rich from doing Science Fiction.
1. If you stink at doing Science Fiction, get the hell away from it permanently. Quit!!
2. If you're a race car driver and you keep crashing, Quit!!
3. If you're the manager of a nuclear reactor and it keeps melting down, Quit!!
4. If you're prone to successive divorces in marriage, stop getting married. Quit!!
5. If you keep getting arrested for robbing banks, stop doing it. Quit!!
In addition to sucking like crazy at doing Science Fiction, there's another irritating habit that SyFy Channel and Ronald D. Moore have. Repackaging (stealing) other people's ideas from the past and claiming the ideas as their own ideas in Science Fiction productions.
SyFy Channel and Ronald D. Moore apparently believe that if a Science Fiction movie or television show is 25 to 30 years old, (or older)....the idea(s) are fair game to be swiped for one of their new Science Fiction movies or television series (even if the copyrights are still firmly in place!!) I suspect the two of them believe that anything 25 to 30 years old (or older) is long forgotten (no one remembers them, even the copyright owners don't remember them!!)...so in their minds that makes it "Open Season" for these classic Science Fiction movies and television from the past to be mined to the bone for ideas....and then SyFy and Moore claim these ideas are all their own.
1. Battlestar Galactica - Glen A. Larson once stated (Youtube interview) that he had to settle a dispute with Ronald D. Moore through the "Writer's Guild" because Moore at one time was claiming that he was the creator of "Battlestar Galactica." Not just the reimagined series...."GINO" - (Galactica in Name Only)...but the entire "Battlestar Galactica" (still dormant) franchise including the "1978 series."
2. Ronald D. Moore's "GINO" series had idea thefts from the movies "Blade Runner"..."Species"....and the entire "Star Trek" franchise. I seem to recall that Paramount Pictures had to have a few words with Ronald D. Moore in "legal-ese" because the basic layout (template) of his "GINO" series was a little too close for comfort to the basic layout (template) of the Rick Berman era "Star Trek" series. "Six" was a little too close to "Seven of Nine".... (numerically identified hot broad in sexy clothing)....Lighted schematic Starship-esque displays in "GINO"....stuff like that.
3. "Helix" - the latest unoriginal and heavily inspired "Bill of Goods" from SyFy Channel and Ronald D. Moore is obviously John Carpenter's "The Thing" movie from 1982 but with ever so slightly and hardly different cosmetic differences. This is even being acknowledged in Internet articles about "Helix." The arctic...isolated people....something not of this world or normal terrorizing the people with lots of goo and blood thrown in. I'll even say that two movies from 1989 were mined for ideas for "Helix",....."Leviathan"....and "Deep Star Six."
4. SyFy Channel and Ronald D. Moore don't reimagine...they steal. They have never reimagined anything in their corporate lives.
If you stink at doing Science Fiction, you will be prone to stealing other people's ideas, which is precisely what SyFy Channel and Ronald D. Moore routinely do. SyFy Channel and Ronald D. Moore have never...ever.....come up with an original idea for a Science Fiction television series or movie. Never...ever!!!
Read the books Universal Studios has tried and failed to censor on Amazon.com...
And read these books at another location where Universal Studios executives and its stealth marketers won't be able to post negative, misleading (stealth marketed) reviews of the books via them purchasing candy and Rogaine Foam on Amazon.com (allowing them access to the Amazon book review section) and not actually buying and reading the books. I'll leave the other 150 global locations under wraps for now.
Posted by Languatron at 9:41 AM