The Land That Time Forgot (1974) – Kevin Connor

The next film to be explored in DK Canada’s hugely enjoyable Monsters in the Movies book as I continue my sojourn through the chapter on Dragons & Dinosaurs is this 1974 film that not only the land forgot, but time too. I can’t say I ever heard of it, and it should have been the…

Star Trek: Voyager (1999) – Alice, and Riddles

Captain’s log: stardate unknown First airing on 20 October, 1999 the teleplay for this Tom Paris (Robert Duncan McNeill) episode was written by Bryan Fuller and Micheal Taylor from a story by Juliann deLayne. When the Voyager arrives at a ‘junkyard’ Paris comes across an old racing ship which he convince Chakotay (Robert Beltran) to…

Star Trek: Voyager (1998) – Infinite Regress, and Nothing Human

Captain’s log: stardate 52356.2 Robert J. Doherty pens this episode from a story he developed with Jimmy Diggs. It first aired on 25 November, 1998, and sees Seven of Nine (Jeri Ryan) to suffer from a development of multiple personalities when the Voyager comes across compromised Borg technology. This will affect the developing friendship between…

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1998) -Waltz, and Who Mourns for Morn?

Station log: stardate 51408.6 Ronald D. Moore pens this episode that first aired on 8 January, 1998. Captain Sisko (Avery Books) is on assignment, escorting Gul Dukat (Marc Alaimo) to trial, for war crimes during the course of the ongoing Dominion War. Dukat is a changed man, he’s lost control of his empire, been ousted…

From Beyond (1986) – Stuart Gordon

Cult favorite actor Jeffrey Combs is the mad scientist in the next title featured in DK Canada’s highly enjoyable Monsters in the Movies book. Based on the seven page short story by H.P. Lovecraft the story follows Crawford Tillinghast (Combs) and a group of scientists that have developed the resonator, an experimental machine that can allow…

Above Us the Waves (1955) -Ralph Thomas

The next title on the What Else to Watch list in DK Canada’s exemplary The Movie Book following its recommendation of the submarine classic Das Boot takes us below the surface again as we join British sailors during World War II as they attempt to destroy a German battleship, Tirpitz, in a Norwegian fjord. Commander…

She-Wolf of London (1946) – Jean Yarbrough

June Lockhart stars in the next entry in DK Canada’s highly enjoyable Monsters in the Movies book as I continue working my way through the chapter on werewolves. That being said, there is a distinct lack of lycanthropy in this film, as it is only hinted at, but that’s okay, the film’s runtime, one hour,…