Chuck (2009) – Versus the Third Dimension, and Versus the Suburbs

Chuck (Zachary Levi) is having problems connecting his feelings for Sarah (Yvonne Strahovski) and the fact that she killed a Fulcrum agent. Filmed as a special 3-D episode, this episode was written by one of the series creator’s Chris Fedak and first aired on 2 February, 2009. Dominic Monaghan guest stars as rock star Tyler…

Star Trek: Enterprise (2005) – Observer Effect, and Babel One

Captain’s log: date unknown Judith and Garfield Reeve-Stevens pen this episode, which first aired on 21 January, 2005. It brought back a familiar alien species to to Trek universe. Hoshi (Linda Park) and Trip (Connor Trinneer) return from a mission, infected with a dangerous virus. Meanwhile the rest of the crew serve as hosts for…

Moonlighting (1985) – Pilot

I decided to lighten it up a bit now that I’ve finished Miami Vice, and I definitely wanted to dig into another classic 80s series. I remember only seeing a couple of Moonlighting episodes when it originally aired, and of course, the pilot when it was released to home video as a feature length film….

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1996) – To the Death, and The Quickening

Station log: stardate 49904.2 LeVar Burton directs this episode with a script by Ira Steven Behr and Robert Hewitt Wolfe. It first debuted on 13 May, 1996. A devastating attack by Jem’Hadar renegades destroys one of the station’s docking pylons in a raid, and Sisko (Avery Brooks) leads his crew aboard the Defiant in pursuit….

The Terminator (1984) – James Cameron

I do love a story that involves some temporal mechanics, and this one always pleases. Yes, T2 is arguably the better and stronger film, but you wouldn’t have T2 without this first film, which I was happy to revisit on the 101 Sci-Fi Movies list. Cameron did a lot of model work and visual effects for various science…