Star Trek: The Next Generation (1991) – The Nth Degree, and Qpid

Captain’s log: stardate 44704.2 Airing on 1 April, 1991, The Nth Degree, written by Joe Menosky, brought back fan favourite Reginald Barclay (Dwight Schultz). Barclay is slowly finding his way out of his shell, working with Crusher (Gates McFadden) on some theatre workshops. He’s slowly finding his way. The Enterprise arrives at the Argus Array…

Fringe Toronto: Swordplay – A Play of Swords

This festival has seen one night constantly topping the next, as I juggle job, studio, blogging and shows… Last night’s performance at the Al Green Theatre by the Sex T-Rex company was ingenious, filled with belly-busting, slow-motion, high-flying physical comedy in all the things we hold true in terms of sword stories, be it fantasy…

The Princess Bride (1973) – William Goldman

William Goldman’s ‘abridged version of S. Morgenstern’s Classic Tale of True Love and High Adventure” has been long overdue for a read. It should come as no surprise that the movie follows the book very closely, as Goldman adapted his own book to the screen, but it was still fun to dive into the source…

Romantic Movies for Valentines Day

  So it’s Valentine’s Day. You and your sweetie have had a romantic dinner, or a nice walk (pleasant and warm even with the chill in the air), arm in arm, hand in hand, you decide to go back to the apartment and have a cuddle while watching a romantic movie that isn’t overly sappy……

Casey Hudecki

  So our streak of amazing interview luck continues! The very awesome Casey Hudecki joined Sue and I for a fun little chat. Casey is a sheer delight! And has some amazing fight skills. Which of course we can’t show you on an audio podcast, so we’re posting her action reel, as well as two…

Kate Hewlett!

Kate Hewlett! Sue and I have wanted to talk with her, since we started doing our podcasts! And she said YES! So we got to sit down with Kate, and after realizing how naturally funny she is, our interview started to slide right off the rails. We laughed A LOT! This may not necessarily be…