Millennium (1998) – Somehow, Satan Got Behind Me, and The Fourth Horseman

The much beloved Darin Morgan wrote and directed this, the penultimate episode before the season two finale of Millennium. Lance Henriksen’s Frank Black only appears sporadically throughout, but Morgan delivers yet another brilliantly written episode (the second and final one he wrote for the series), which first hit the airwaves on 1 May, 1998. The…

Millennium (1998) – Siren, and In Arcadia Ego

Frank Black (Lance Henriksen) delves into the darkness this week with another pair of episodes of Millennium. Siren was written by Glen Morgan and James Wong, and first debuted on 20 March, 1998. A cargo ship that is carrying Chinese illegals has more than its fair share of trouble when Frank discovers four dead bodies…

War of the Worlds (1989) – Doomsday, and Terminal Rock

The increasingly dark war for the planet continues this week, as Team Blackwood, and the entire planet suffer from a heat wave, and the aliens have cut off the water supply! Doomsday was written by Tony Di Franco and first aired on 16 October, 1989. The morthren, specifically Mana (Catherine Disher) discovers the bible, and…

The Adventures of Indiana Jones (1993) – Journey of Radiance

The next instalment in the Adventures if Indiana Jones is Corey Carrier’s last as the young globe trotting hero. It combines two episodes, and sees young Henry Jones, Jr. and family travelling to Peking and Benares. As a television film, this movie aired on 11 July, 2000. Benares, Januray 1910. This segment was written by…

Ordet (1955) – Carl Theodor Dreyer

The next film from the What Else to Watch category of DK Canada’s The Movie Book following my screening of The Passion of Joan of Arc is another Dreyer film, and it is becoming more than evident to me that he was fascinated by the ideas of religion. Ordet follows the trials and tribulations of…

Theorem (1968) РPier Paolo Pasolini 

  The dive into the drama genre continues with this recommendation from my viewing of Last Tango in Paris for the Great Movies – 100 Years of Film book. There are only 923 spoken words in the entire film, and for the most part, they don’t give a lot of indication of what is really…