Be More Star Wars (2020) – Christian Blauvelt

Over the past couple of years, author and Star Wars scholar Christian Blauvelt has released a series of books, which culls quotes from the entire cinematic Star Wars saga that you can apply to your everyday life, whether, work, building your self-confidence or decision-making there is a quote applicable for every facet of your life….

Moonlighting (1987/1988) – Father Knows Last, and Los Dos Dipestos

Will Maddie (Cybill Shepherd) and David (Bruce Willis) share a scene together this week? Let’s find out! First up is Father Knows Last, written by Kerry Ehrin, this episode first aired on 15 December, 1987. While Maddie deals with morning sickness, the Blue Moon Detective Agency is on the verge of being shut down, it’s…

City On A Hill: Season One – DVD Review

The Showtime series starring the incredibly versatile and always fantastic Kevin Bacon and SAG Award winner Aldis Hodge, City On A Hill: Season One comes home on DVD from Paramount Canada. The ten episodes tell an engrossing tale that follows a corrupt, but hardworking Bureau agent, Jackie Rohr (Bacon) form an uneasy alliance with the…

Flames of the Dark Crystal (2019) – J.M. Lee

The fourth and final book of J.M. Lee’s Dark Crystal series, featuring illustrations by Corey Godbey comes to its conclusion this week as I continue my journey with Naia and her friends. Of course, along the way there have been some huge changes from Lee’s story and the new Age of Resistance series, as the…

Shadows of the Dark Crystal (2016) – J.M. Lee

I remember being delighted the first time I saw The Dark Crystal in 1982, I even had a movie calendar from Burger King (for 1983) that had one of its months dedicated to the Jim Henson creation. The world (I didn’t know at the time that it was called Thra) appealed to me, and despite…

The Haunting of Hill House (1963) – Shirley Jackson

Having just finished the amazing Netflix series (seriously, watch it) and loving the Robert Wise film, I felt it was time to re-read the original novel, something I’m sure I hadn’t done for about twenty years. In fact, I think I read it just before that abomination by Jan De Bont was released in 1999….

The Dark Tower IV.V: The Wind Through the Keyhole (2012) – Stephen King

Published eight years after the last volume of The Dark Tower series, Stephen King created another tale to share of the gunslinger Roland Deschain of the line of Eld. Following their escape from the castle that was not the Emerald City from Wizard and Glass, Roland, Susannah, Jake, Eddie and Oy the billy-bumbler take shelter…

Ole Timey Radio Presents: Sherlock Holmes – The Adventure of the Tolling Bell

  Sherlock Holmes: The Adventure of the Tolling Bell Original Broadcast Date: April 7, 1947 Starring: KEVIN HANCHARD (imdb: Twitter: @KevinHanchard) JOSH VOKEY (imdb: Twitter: @joshvokey) For video version: For extra content, become a Mind Reels Patron today!  

The Dark Tower II: The Drawing of the Three (1987) – Stephen King

This week I continue my journey with Roland, the gunslinger, introduced to us in the first volume of The Dark Tower series, The Gunslinger. Roland is in trouble from the off when he wakes on an expansive miles-long beach that is the shoreline of the Western Sea, and immediately runs afoul of some of the…

Ole Timey Radio Presents: Red Ryder – Roaring River Renegades

  Red Ryder: Roaring River Renegades Original Broadcast Date: March 22, 1949 Starring: CHRISTIAN POTENZA (imdb: Twitter: @C_Potenza) DON MCCUTCHEON (imdb: Twitter: @McCutcheonDon) JACQUELINE PILLON (imdb: Twitter: @voiceoverqueen) CARIN MOFFAT (imdb: Twitter: @carin_moffat) MARLENE ZISMAN (Twitter: @marlenezisman) NORAH NOBLE (imdb: Twitter: @MsNorahNoble) For video version: For extra content, become a Mind Reels Patron today!