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….
Star Wars: The Clone Wars (2012) – Massacre, Bounty, Brothers, and Revenge
“One must let go of the past to hold onto the future.” We close out season four of The Clone Wars this week, and the first episode up is Massacre. Written by Katie Lucas, it first debuted on 24 February, 2012. Asajj Ventress (Nika Futterman) returns to Dathomir to complete her training as a Nightsister….
The Twilight Zone (1960) – A Thing About Machines, The Howling Man and Eye of the Beholder
Buckle up because there’s the signpost up ahead! It’s time for more eerie tales from The Twilight Zone as I continue to explore The Complete Series on blu-ray from Paramount Pictures. Up first is A Thing About Machines. Penned by Rod Serling, with an original airdate of 28 October, 1960, the story follows Barlett Finchley’s…
The Twilight Zone (1960) – The Purple Testament, Elegy and Mirror Image
There’s the signpost up ahead, and make note of where you are, because Paramount Pictures is taking me deeper into The Twilight Zone this week, with another trio of episodes. First up is The Purple Testament. The episode aired on 12 February, 1960 and was written by Rod Serling. It’s World War II, and Lt….
Superman: The Animated Series (1996) – The Way of All Flesh, Stolen Memories and The Main Man: Part I
John Corben (Malcolm McDowell) returns as the cyborg Metallo to menace Superman (Tim Daly) in The Way of All Flesh, which had an original airdate of 28 September, 1996. Corben breaks out of a prison after an attack, while Supes easily handles the rest of the escapees, John eludes our hero. He meets up with Luthor (Clancy Brown),…
Batman: The Animated Series (1997/1998) – Double Talk, Joker’s Millions and Growing Pains
Turn on the Bat-Signal, there’s more trouble in Gotham this week! With Double Talk, which aired 22 November, 1997, Arnold Wesker aka The Ventriloquist (George Dzunda) is deemed fit and healthy, he is released from Arkham, but his inner demon, voiced through his dummy, Scarface, may be trying to return! Wayne Enterprises and a…