The X-Files (2002) – Sunshine Days, and The Truth

The penultimate episode of the ninth season is all about family, in a roundabout way. Written by Vince Gilligan, who also directed it, it first aired on 12 May, 2002. When a body is recovered from a location that sometimes appears to be the Brady house from The Brady Bunch television show, Doggett (Robert Patrick),…

The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It (2021) – 4K Review

The third film in The Conjuring series, The Devil Made Me Do It, is available now on 4K from Warner Brothers, and once again plunges into the lives of Ed and Lorraine Warren, played by Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga, who give a real sense of humanity and emotional investment in their roles. This time,…

Star Wars: The Clone Wars (2013) – To Catch a Jedi, and The Wrong Jedi

“Never become desperate enough to trust the untrustworthy.” The penultimate episode of the fifth season of The Clone Wars continues the Ahsoka Tano (Ashley Eckstein) arc that sees her framed for the murder of a bombing suspect. With nods to Hitchcock titles the collection of episodes was written by Charles Murray and first aired on…

Star Trek: Enterprise (2003) – Judgement, and Horizon

Captain’s log: date unknown Archer (Scott Bakula) has some problems with the Klingons, who make a return appearance in this episode written by David A. Goodman from a story he developed with Taylor Elmore. It first aired on 9 April, 2003. Archer is captured and told to stand trial by the Klingons. He is charged…

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1999) – Field of Fire, and Chimera

Station log: stardate unknown Robert Hewitt Wolfe pens this Ezri Dax (Nicole de Boer) episode that first aired on 10 February, 1999. There’s a murderer aboard the station, and the bodies are piling up. To understand, and to solve the crimes, Ezri summons the memories and the personality of one of the Dax symbiote’s most…

Ghostbusters II (1989) – Ivan Reitman

They’re back! Ghostbusters II from 1989, is the next ghost title in DK Canada’s Monsters in the Movies book, and it has been a long time since I actually sat and watched this one. It’s undeniable that the first film is the better one, but there are some cool things at work in the follow-up…