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chrisnu

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  1. Best Episode Endings

    Thank you, and it is Laura Palmer from Twin Peaks. I think I picked that one up on the Rottten Tomatoes forum for movie discussion. Another episode that ended strongly was "The Thin White Line", although my favorite part of the episode, by far, was the interview with Hance. Also, "Seven and One".
  2. Best Episode Endings

    Hello folks, I've been gone a while. I'll mention "Midnight of the Century". That's probably the best bit of acting, by all involved, of the entire show, in my opinion.
  3. I've come across some information regarding a new film called The Zodiac, which features Philip Baker Hall, whom we are familiar with as The Elder (and later The Old Man) from Millennium. This new film will be coming out shortly; I think it is also of interest considering the subject of the Zodiac killer is closely related to aspect of Millennium as well. I've posted more information on my website, which I will also post here: http://www.chrisnu.com/millennium/ New York , February 17 – THINKFilm has announced the theatrical release of THE ZODIAC, Alexander Bulkley's thriller about the most infamous killer America has ever seen. The movie will open on March 17th in Los Angeles , San Francisco , Dallas, Houston and Atlanta theaters. Based on true events, THE ZODIAC is a psychological thriller detailing a string of gruesome murders in the Bay Area in the late 1960s and the impact on the victims, their families and the wider community. A small town cop (Justin Chambers) and his son (Rory Culkin) become obsessed with the Zodiac killer, endangering their family in the midst of the explosive media frenzy surrounding one of the most notorious and elusive serial killers in American history. THE ZODIAC was directed by Alexander Bulkley and written by Kelly Bulkley and Alexander Bulkley. The film stars Justin Chambers (ABC's “Grey's Anatomy”, “The Wedding Planner”), Robin Tunney (FOX's “Prison Break”, “The Secret Lives of Dentists”), Rory Culkin (“Mean Creek”, “Signs”) and Philip Baker Hall (“The Matador”, “Boogie Nights”). The film was produced by Cory Campodonico. THE ZODIAC is expected to be released on DVD August 2006. THINKFilm received its fourth Oscar nomination this year with MURDERBALL, which is up for a Best Documentary Feature award. Its 2005 comedy smash, THE ARISTOCRATS, was just released on DVD and their next theatrical release, the Beastie Boys musical extravaganza AWESOME; I F*#&%N' SHOT THAT!, recently had its world premiere at the 2006 Sundance Film Festival and opens commercially on March 31st. THINKFilm is a privately held company with offices in New York and Toronto . For information, please go to www.thezodiacfilm.com or www.thinkfilmcompany.com.
  4. Da Vinci's Inquest

    I love Da Vinci's Inquest. For some reason, WGN started airing it from Season 5 onward, so I've seen most from there to the end of the show. I loved it. Old-fashioned murder stories, colorful characters, dialogue like jazz, just my thing. Season 7 was very different in that it focused primarily on the political arena, but that was similarly well-done. Going back to Season 1 was a little rough, a little too much like a TV show, if you know what I mean, but the show was finding its feet. I'm into Season 3 now, and while it has a more procedural feel than the latter seasons, the character work is just as sharp. I record it on my Tivo all the time... and I've stopped counted the number of Vancouver actors I've seen in 1013 productions. There's far too many.
  5. Screen Captures Of The Opening Credits

    I believe it's the sister of the designer for the opening credits. There's a special feature on the making of the opening credits in the Season 1 DVD set, that tells all about it.
  6. Screen Captures Of The Opening Credits

    Quite a few under my screen captures for "Gehenna" here: http://chrisnu.com/millennium/s1/index.php?spgmGal=gehenna
  7. Christmas Episodes

    I'll probably give "Midnight of the Century" a watch before I leave to see family in Oregon. I'll be gone a week, but will be back in time for New Year's.
  8. For Those Of You Missing Frank Black

    Merry Christmas, everyone! I'll be out of town tomorrow with limited access to a computer, so I'll be posting these a day early. I hope Christmas finds you well, and with people you love. This is one of my favorite moments in any TV series I've seen.
  9. Indeed. The end of the Mayan calendar falls on December 21, 2012.
  10. Them Scary Mm Demons

    The imagery, particularly in Season 1, could be brutal. Check out the visions in "The Judge". Repulsive, and intentionally so.
  11. I Just Now Realized

    Vancouver may have had a smaller talent pool than LA; that may be one reason actors frequently played not only multiple characters during a shows' series, but also on many different shows. I've been watching Da Vinci's Inquest on WGN, and many actors from 1013 productions, including Stephen E. Miller, have had guest roles, or star on the show (Nicholas Campbell, Ian Tracey, Sarah-Jane Redmond). Also, maybe they just like working together! Familiarity can be a good thing. Filmmakers also seem to get the same actors cast parts in multiple films of theirs.
  12. I love it. The first season, while containing some absolutely mind-blowing imagery, is fairly tame when it comes to Lynch's flirting with the surreal. I love the blend of murder mystery, black comedy, and Fifties' melodrama that is Twin Peaks. Just be sure to pick up a set that includes the Pilot (the region 1 version doesn't), or download and watch the Pilot before viewing the series.
  13. For Those Of You Missing Frank Black

    Sorry I haven't been around for a while! I will be sure to skip ahead and post some Christmas pictures later, Raven Wolf. "The Thin White Line" (my favorite S1 episode!):
  14. For Those Of You Missing Frank Black

    "Force Majeure":
  15. He's Back!

    Same here, but it's good to have him back, nonetheless.
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