The X-Files (1994) – Lazarus, and Young at Heart

Trouble finds its way into Scully’s (Gillian Anderson) life again this week in Lazarus. Written by Alex Gansa and Howard Gordon, it first aired on 4 February, 1994. Scully is working a bank robbery job with another agent, and former boyfriend, Agent Jack Willis (Christopher Allport). When the arrest goes wrong and both the suspect…

The X-Files: I Want to Believe (2008) – Chris Carter

The last episode of season 9, and the presumed end of the series before its relaunch in 2016 aired on 19 May, 2002,  six years later Fox Mulder (David Duchovny) and Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson) are put into action again, and so am I as I investigate the cinematic entries for the Sci-Fi Chronicles book….

Canadian Screen Awards 2015: Gala 2

  The good times continued last night, as many familiar faces, both in front of, and behind the camera, came out to be seen, and take home some very well-deserved awards. As we were arriving, we got to spend some long overdue moments with the lovely Ali Liebert, who took home the award for Best…

The Killing – Final Theories On Rosie’s Killer

  Alright, I’ve been going through theories like a madwoman pretty much since episode one, back when I went with the old X-Files mainstay – TRUST NO ONE. That mantra could actually be applied in this case, as well.  While not everyone is involved in Rosie Larsen’s murder, I’m pretty sure everyone has some dirty…

The Killing – Day 23 – 72 Hours

  Wow.  This episode, I was literally sitting on the edge of my seat for parts of it, and by the time the familiar tension-building, end-coming theme music came on, I was cursing how very wired and awake I was!  So great!  Some spoilers below, so don’t read if you haven’t seen it yet and…

The Killing: Season 2 Premiere/Day 15

  One of television’s best written and most intelligent shows is back for a second season, having already begun with its two-hour premiere on AMC this past Sunday night.  So much happened on the finale last season that I had more than a few “oh YEAH” moments during the initial catch-up sequences, but then I…