Salome Jens (Progenitor) – Salome Jens is probably best known in Star Trek for her role as The Female Changeling who acts as the head of the Changelings and the Dominion. She’s an essential character to DS9 and Odo’s story arc.
John Cothran, Jr (NuDaq)– Another long term Star Trek Alum, Cothran will continue to play various guest characters in DS9 and Enterprise.
Maurice Roeves (Romulan Commander) – Roeves guest starred in several TV programs, but one of notable credits include Ulysses (1967), The Last of the Mohicans, and Beautiful Creatures (2000)
Linda Thorson (Gul Ocett) – Thorson is a well known Canadian actress, having starred in the 1960s series The Avengers. She has a bountiful theater career as well. More recently she played a recurring character on the Hulu series The Hardy Boys.
Norman Lloyd (Professor Galen) – Lloyd was a well known actor, director, and producer over the long span of his career. He began as a child and continued to work up till he was past 100 years old. A notable credit is He Ran All The Way, which he performed with John Garfield, one of the more visible victims of the Hollywood Blacklist. One of his more recent credits before his death was a 2017 appearance on Modern Family.
I really enjoyed this episode for several reasons. The story is strong, it opens up the universe a bit by including more than one alternative species, and it ties in Original Series mythos.
Title: Thor Ragnorak/ Thor 3
Genre: Action/Adventure, Comedy, Superhero
Release Date: November 3, 2017
Director: Taika Waititi
Cast: Chris Hemsworth, Tom Hiddleston, Cate Blanchett, Tessa Thompson, Idris Elba, Karl Urban, Mark Ruffalo, Jeff Goldblum,
Once again I’m here reviewing a Marvel film. Thor Ragnorak was available through Netflix so I happily choose to watch it. I love the Thor series of films. For those of you who follow my twitter account or know me outside of WordPress, you’ll know that Loki is one of my favorite Marvel characters. Jeff Goldblum is also a draw for this movie because he’s from my hometown and is awesome in his own right. Continue reading “Movie Review: Thor Ragnorak”→
Many of those who know me know that for the last few years (probably longer then that, honestly) I’ve been working on an original novel that takes the myth of Persephone and turns it into something a bit more Scifi-ish.
I’ve written different drafts of it for Nano over the years, scrapping quite a few. The original novel was actually taking place in Ancient Greece. Then I made it have no connection at all. The current draft, which I wrote primarily for Nano 2014, is a midway tale. In it, the Mythological characters are in fact humans, just another ‘breed’ if you will. They live almost eternal lives and live in pocket spaces to co-exist among their less advanced and shorter lived counterparts. Cronus (sometimes known as Saturn) has been evicted from the pocket worlds for essentially being an evil scientist and using regular humans in experiments. The thought was that without his technology and laboratory, he wouldn’t be able to cause harm. But he persevered, and has power within the regular spaces of Earth. Since then his adoptive children and one biological child, Zeus, led a rebellion of sorts trying to keep him from taking over the Earth with his corporation, Titan, Inc.