Moonlighting (1989) – Shirts and Skins, and Take My Wife, For Example

Roger Director pens the first episode up this week, that just writing the blurb for feels like entering a dangerous moment. First airing on 17 January, 1989, this story feels like a precursor to the #MeToo movement, and I’m a little anxious about seeing how it plays out. The Blue Moon Detective Agency investigates the…

South Park: The Complete Third Season

The fun, comedy, and sheer insanity of what is South Park Season Three blazed across my screen this week, as I delved into The Complete Third Season of the Comedy Central show available now on blu-ray from Paramount Pictures. Over the course of seventeen episodes the small Colorado town of South Park is explored through…

Quantum Leap (1989) – What Price, Gloria? and Blind Faith

  Deborah Pratt writes her first episode of the series, What Price, Gloria? and becomes one of the strongest voices of the show, so much so that when the new introduction is put in place, it’s her voice selling the show. Airing on 25 October, 1989, the episode finds Sam Beckett (Scott Bakula) leaping into…

Veep: Season 4

  Julia Louis-Dreyfus returns as Selina Meyer, now interim president, while also trying to run her own campaign for the presidency in the latest season of Veep, being released to DVD and Blu-Ray today from HBO. The Emmy Winning comedy , Outstanding Comedy, as well as awards for Louis-Dreyfus each season, continues to bring a…

ReelWorld Film Fest: Cairo 678 – Mohamed Diab

Every so often, I deliberately choose to do something that I know is going to frighten, upset or otherwise unsettle me, but I usually do it anyway.  Call it challenge, call it growth…call it stupid, if you want.  But I do it.  Most often, this pushing of myself comes in the form of a book…