Mission: Impossible (1970) – Phantoms, and Terror

The IMF are working to stop a brutal dictator by haunting him, and making his staff think it’s time for him to retire this week in Phantoms. Written by Laurence Heath, this episode first debuted on 8 February, 1970. Leo Vorka (Luther Adler) is getting older, but his hold on his country remains iron tight….

The X-Files (2000) – Invocation, and Redrum

David Amann pens Invocation, which first debuted on 3 December, 2000. Agents Scully (Gillian Anderson) and Doggett (Robert Patrick) are drawn to a case that sees that a young boy who was abducted seven years ago, has been returned. The same age he was when he was taken. Doggett isn’t too interested in the hows…

Mission: Impossible (1968) – The Town, and The Killing

Paramount Pictures Mission: Impossible – The Complete Series on blu-ray continues to entertain as I delve into another pair of episodes this week. First up is The Town, written by Sy Salkowitz, it first debuted on 18 February, 1968. It’s also a but of a different episode, as there is no assignment for Phelps (Peter…

Rivers of London (2011) – Ben Aaronovitch

Rivers of London, originally released as Midnight Riot before it was retitled to launch the continuing series of novels it spawned, was a wonderful surprise and a complete joy to read, and a fantastic introduction into the genre of urban fantasy. PC Peter Grant is afraid he’s going to end up doing administrative duty once…

Mission: Impossible (1966) – Zubrovnik’s Ghost, and Fakeout

Who ya gonna call? Apparently, this time, it’s the IMF team of Rollin (Martin Landau) and Barney (Greg Morris) as I accept the mission from Paramount Pictures to explore Mission: Impossible – The Complete Series on blu-ray. Rollin and Barney are joined by a psychic consultant, Ariana Domi (Martine Bartlett) in Zubrovnik’s Ghost. Written by…

Star Wars: Rebels (2018) – Jedi Night, DUME, and Wolves and a Door

The end is closing in for the Rebels series, and the stakes have never been higher. Kanan (Freddie Prinze jr.) turns to Ezra (Taylor Gray) to concoct a plan to break Hera (Vanessa Marshall) out of the hands of the Imperials. Jedi Night, written by Dave Filoni and Henry Gilroy, first aired on 19 February,…