The Decade’s Worst Movies And Haunted Cereal Around The Blogosphere

–First up Around the Blogosphere today is a list from Rotten Tomatoes. This is pretty common knowledge, but in case you didn’t know: Rotten Tomatoes is a review aggregator. They collect reviews from around the biz and assign ratings to identify how “Fresh” or “Rotten” a movie is. Well now they’ve compiled a list running through the worst reviewed movies of the last 10 years. Yes, “Battlefield Earth” is among them. (Rotten Tomatoes)

–Next up is a great post that I missed last week from Cinematical’s Monika Bartyzel. It’s a list, part of the site’s Cinematical Seven series, that runs through the “Best Big-Screen Geek Girls.” To be fair, one of the players actually comes from the small screen: Felicia Day, of “The Guild” fame. Monika states right out front that Day inspired the list, so her presence is properly justified. (Cinematical)

–Closing out Around the Blogosphere today with a pair of awesome posts from Sci Fi Wire. First is an op-ed from Paul Di Filippo on whether classic stories still matter in science fiction. It’s a genre that has become increasingly focused on spectacle, especially with the advent of computer generated effects. As such, a lot of the more recent adaptations have lost the script a little bit. In the realm of sillier, bloggy-type posts, there’s also a fairly fantastic list up for you to enjoy: “15 haunted cereals that will scare your dentist.” It’s really just an excuse to plaster the website in cereal box art, but what an excuse! (Sci Fi Wire on Haunted Cereal and Classic Sci-Fi Stories)