The Colorado Kid (2005) – Stephen King

I’m a fan of Stephen King, as most people who follow the blog would know, as they have seen me revisit some of my favourite stories and novels. I was also a huge fan of the television show, Haven, when it aired, delighting in the tie-ins it made to the worlds King had created. But…

Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987/1988) – Haven, and The Big Goodbye

Captain’s log: stardate 41294.5 Haven, written by Tracy Torme and Lan O’Kun first aired on 20 November, 1987 This one is a bit of a mixed bag. Deanna Troi’s (Marina Sirtis) mother, Lwaxana (Majel Berrett)  makes her first appearance in the series, accompanied by her manservant, the silent and very entertaining, Mr. Homm (Carel Struycken)….

Rio Conchos (1964) – Gordon Douglas

  Richard Boone and Jim Brown lead the cast in the first recommendation following my screening of The Red Badge of Courage for the Great Movies – 100 Years of Film book. Boone stars as James Lassiter, and he, Franklyn (Brown), Haven (Stuart Whitman), Rodriguez (Anthony Franciosa), and an Apache woman (Wende Wagner) are trailing…

Airwolf (1985) – The American Dream and Inn at the End of the Road

Stringfellow Hawke (Jan-Michael Vincent), Dom (Ernest Borgnine) and Caitlin (Jean Bruce Scott) are back at it this week, flying their supercopter in to more danger! First up is The American Dream, which was written by Dennis Foley, and aired on 12 January, 1985. Our trio is attending a Vietnamese wedding. The groom, Minh (Magnum’s Soon-Tek Oh)…

Chatting with Lucas Bryant

  Sue and I were delighted to finally be able to sit down and chat with Lucas Bryant in person about Nathan, Season 5, and will we ever see where Nathan lives??

Canadian Screen Awards 2014 – Gala 2

  Okay, I had a much different post planned, but then I got caught up doing stuff for my day job (you know, the one that pays me), and am quickly running out of day, so I’ve decided instead to just list as many highlights as I can think of to share with you all! …

What Sue’s Watching – Playing PVR Catch-up

  Good grief, last week in TV was AMAZING!  I’m still not caught up, and now there are double the number of some shows to talk about, but there are several shows I definitely want to mention, so let’s just jump into it, shall we? The Following:  It occurred to me once that maybe the…

What Sue’s Watching – Playing PVR Catch-up

  Last week saw a lot of epic television, but I’m going to try and focus on a few in particular this time – especially the ones that I inadvertently left out last post. Lost Girl – Tim usually writes the episode recaps, and while I thought of trying to write one for last week’s…

What Sue’s Watching – Playing PVR Catch-Up

  Okay!  I spent two full days trying to watch all the programs I’d accumulated on my PVR over the last bit, and almost got all caught up!  I’ve picked up some new shows since last I wrote, and have been behind a lot lately as I don’t have much time to watch anything until…

What Sue Is Watching

Since I have fallen so far behind on my PVR-watching, I’ve decided to just write about the shows I’ve been most enjoying the past few weeks, even though I may still have catching-up to do on a few of them.  Sometimes there’s just a lot of good stuff on, and not enough time to write…

NOW Talks with Jason Priestley

  Thanks to my good friend and co-worker, Beth Beard, I was able to join her in this event, held at the lovely Jane Mallet Theatre in the St Lawrence Centre for the Arts in Toronto.  We got there well in advance, ensuring ourselves some amazing seats, and settled in to watch NOW’s Associate Entertainment…

The Mind Reels Catches Up With Mary Krohnert

  Sue and I are happy to welcome back our dear friend Mary Krohnert, talking about her film An Amish Murder, Sex After Kids, The Untitled Work of Paul Shepard, her theater workshop, art therapy, general geekiness, and who she would play in the Avengers and Les Miserables. She’s such a wonderful woman and actor,…