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…

Millennium (1997) – Walkabout, and Lamentation

Walkabout written by Chip Johannessen and Tim Tankosic is a bit of a different story for Frank Black (Lance Henriksen). First airing on 28 March, 1997 the story sees Frank awaking covered in blood and no real memory of the past few days. As he and Peter (Terry O’Quinn) begin to investigate, they discover something…

Mission: Impossible (1966) – Old Man Out: Part 2, and Odds On Evil

Your mission should you choose to accept it, is to rejoin the IMF team from last week as they continue with their assignment with Old Man Out: Part 2. Written by Ellis Marcus, the series’ first two-parter came to its conclusion on 15 October, 1966. Rollin (Martin Landau) is advised by Dan (Steven Hill) to…

Paul (2011) – Greg Mottola

One tends to forget how funny Paul is. Written by stars Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, it is a love letter to sci-fi, geek, and pop culture and is the next stop in DK Canada’s Monsters in the Movies. Graeme (Pegg) and Clive (Frost) are huge geeks, and have finally made it to Comic Con…

Asylum (1972) – Roy Ward Baker

Roy Ward Baker delivers another slightly spooky anthology film as I move into another section of DK Canada’s Monsters in the Movies – Killer Dolls! The segment that features the tiny terrors is the last of four tales that are told to a potential new staff doctor as he tours an asylum and interviews a…

Star Wars: Rebels (2017) – Twin Suns, and Zero Hour Parts 1 & 2

The Maul (Sam Witwer) story thread is finally tied off in Twin Suns, which first aired on 18 March, 2017. Written by Dave Filoni and Henry Gilroy, this episode sees the return of Obi-Wan Kenobi (James Arnold Taylor and Stephen Stanton) and the end of the former dark sith, Maul. Maul uses the holocron to…

Torn Curtain (1966) – Alfred Hitchcock

Paul Newman and Julie Andrews star in this thriller from director Alfred Hitchcock. And while the Master of Suspense is still a fantastic director, this one isn’t quite as thrill-packed as the poster would suggest. Which is not to say it isn’t enjoyable, the leads are wonderful, and it’s a very enjoyable story, it’s just…