Star Trek: Voyager (1998) – Living Witness, and Demon

Captain’s log: stardate unknown Tim Russ directs this episode from Bryan Fuller, Brannon Braga and Joe Menosky from a story by Braga. It first aired on 29 April, 1998. This is a great Doctor (Robert Picardo) story as the episode follows a backup version of the Doctor that is activated some several hundred years in…

Star Trek: Voyager (1995) -Tattoo, and Cold Fire

Captain’s log: stardate unknown Micheal Piller pens the script from a story by Larry Brody, that first aired on 6 November, 1995. This is a Chakotay (Robert Beltran) heavy script that sees the Voyager’s First Officer drawn into a mystery that connects his present with his past. While on an away mission, Chakotay comes across…

Doctor Who (Peter Capaldi) – Face the Raven, and Heaven Sent

Trouble comes to the TARDIS in this week’s episode, as well as heartbreak as the Time Lord (Capaldi) and his Companion, Clara (Jenna Coleman) face the raven. Written by Sarah Dollard this episode first aired on 21 November, 2015, and saw the return of Rigsy (Joivan Wade) and Ashildr (Maisie Williams). RIgsy gets in touch…

Waterworld (1995) – Kevin Reynolds

  The Sci-Fi Chronicles book lets me check in with one of my favorite writers again, as I dive into some work by Joss Whedon, and despite the fact that he isn’t credited on the film, the script is attributed to Peter Rader and David Twohy, Whedon punched it up a bit when he was working as…

Interworld (2007) – Neil Gaiman and Michael Reaves

Continuing my exploration of Neil Gaiman’s work, I came across another title I hadn’t read yet, and dug happily into it! While perhaps not as magical as some of his solo writing, this one still entertained and introduced me to the worlds of Joey Harker. It seems Harker, despite a seemingly terrible sense of direction,…

The Killing – S3 Premiere The Jungle and That You Fear The Most

  I have to admit, as gutted as I was when The Killing was cancelled after a brilliant and heart-breaking second season, I actually never thought that the day would come when I could see Sarah Linden (Mireille Enos) and Stephen Holder (Joel Kinnaman) back on my screen. I am ecstatic to have been wrong…

Haven: Season 3, Episode 1 – 301

  Well, if the Season 2 finale ended with a bang, then the Season 3 premiere can be said to have blown things wide open!  This episode was an incredible rush from start to finish, and if the rest of the season is at all like its opener, then we are in for a dark…

Haven 101:

A Fairly Spoiler-Free Guide To The First Two Seasons Of One Of TV’s Finest Shows Haven is a supernatural series based on a short story by Stephen King called The Colorado Kid.  It all takes place in the small fictional coast town of Haven, Maine, where mysterious things happen sometimes, and no one has been able to…