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  1. Well...I remember Tim Thomerson and Lance exchanging contact information (at least I think they were doing that) at the Chicago Flashback Weekend 2009...so who knows...that is...if they even have Tim attached...
  2. I got a reply from Casey, who's making the Texas Frightmare Weekend 2010 DVD: "I am happy to report that I am making the finishing touches on the 2010 TFW DVD and all QnAs are included in their entirety with no cuts The DVD is running a 4 Disc Set and I am definetly interested in selling on the message boards and Pay Pal is not a problem. The release date should be June 25th" This sounds pretty cool to me, I'll wait until that date and see what else is on the DVD and the final price...or if I can get a custom DVD.
  3. I use Firefox, and when I right-click on the thumbnail after it has loaded up in all its glory, I can only see a save (web) page as, and that I do not want. I do see a save and a close button which is, I believe, part of the design of the site. You have to scroll the picture to the lower-right corner of the image, and below the picture should be a save button (which opens another tab with the JPEG picture which you can right-click and save picture as) and below that is a close button (which brings you back to the thread). Lets say you're trying to download the second picture, where the article actually starts, you want to go to where you can see what number the page of the article is in the lower-right corner of the image. And below the image should be the save/close buttons, all around the image is gray.
  4. I think this is one of his alimony films, but I have only seen it once and that was when I was a mere kid. So, I shouldn't be judging it now based on that...
  5. I would like to see something along the lines of what was done in the last produced episode of Tru Calling, where Tru (Eliza Duskhu) and Jack (Jason Priestley) who are essentially nemesis (we still really don't know who's bad or good, or who's right or wrong, it's all ambiguous). They end up spending Chistmas Eve holed up during a storm or something with her friends (who couldn't make their flights because they got canceled or something) and she said Jack could stick around, she didn't like anyone being alone on Christmas. I would like to see that kind of thing between Frank and Emma...and Watts. And it would be cool if it's kind of ambiguous about their alliances, but I think in the end, Emma would try to help Frank.
  6. Actually, you click on the small images, then a gigantic sized picture pops up. After that has loaded up, go to the lower-right corner and press the save button and another tab should present you with a JPEG picture that will load up and then you can right-click on that picture and save image as, and find a good spot for your file, like your desktop for easy access. Repeat...and rinse... ;) Thanks Mark. ...and an Official X-Files Magazine...? :O Really!? Why...? LOST, why didn't you do that!? Make some more money...
  7. Now it's Lara Means who's in the limelight over at: cheersfromiceland.blogspot.com

    1. ethsnafu

      ethsnafu

      Happy, happy, joy, hoy! Will be downloading shortly. Thanks for all your hard work my friend.

    2. The Old Man

      The Old Man

      Excellent work Josef!

  8. There are only two pages and the end of the second page suggests the article is much longer than that, at least one page more. But so far, a great read.
  9. I'm heading towards my cabin in the woods, ASAP! This is just outrageous. And to have the audacity to have the price so high to boot...ouch. But can't people comment/review the book over at amazon and tell people it's fake.
  10. Quantum Leap is the only quantum I believe in ;) Oh boy!
  11. This is great news, he's the most memorable of The Lone Gunmen, in my mind anyway. Since I've never been into X-Files and not seen The Lone Gunmen, I can't ask any specific questions. Silly question, is he even remotely close to being as geeky as Langley? And what did he do to prepare himself for the role or the audition? Was there a lot of research done into technical aspects or is this all techno-babble? Hey Ho, Let's Go! Long live the Ramones!
  12. I did watch Medical Investigation, now that was an interesting show...like figuring out what was killing people, what was the common thing...and in the end, pesticide which had spilled over jeans or something like that. I don't watch ER, these medical shows are all the same to me, while I remember Chicago Hope had a comedic/documentary show about a celebrity who died at the hospital, he had silicon implants in his butt and the staff didn't know that. Neal McDonaugh was also in Boomtown, a great show. And I watched Third Watch from beginning to end, it was hard to see it go.
  13. Lucy Butler has popped up over at: cheersfromiceland.blogspot.com

    1. ethsnafu

      ethsnafu

      That's a job for later then old chap. I am uploading more MM:Apocalypse to Livestream and when I have my bandwith back I will head on over. :)

  14. Well, I didn't know that Third Watch was a ER spin-off, I really liked that show. There is one actor that is in my mind more recognizable than Jason Wiles in Persons Unknown, and that is Alan Ruck (most famous for portraying Cameron in Ferris Bueller's Day Off).
  15. He has never denied that some of his films are not so good and did it for the money, alimony films as he calls them. Being an actor is a gift and a curse, I think.
  16. where's that post by Mark with Terry O'Quinn video interview about his career? I might have found it, but I think there was another one... too much stuff here to go through!

    1. ethsnafu

      ethsnafu

      It's here my friend

      So much to see and do around here at the moment it's easy to get lost isn't it.

    2. ty7du

      ty7du

      Ah, ok. I thought I had seen something else as well. I did watch that. It was a nice clip.

  17. If there had been a fourth season, I wouldn't be surprised if there would have been no mention of Peter Watts as was done with Lara Means... hmmm.... I agree with you in theory that his death would be powerful, but it didn't play that way for me. I was beginning to root again for Watts where he tells Frank that he was protecting him, that he knew he was in way over his head, that the Group has spiraled out of control. It would have hit more home, if they would have shown him battle with the Millennium Group hitman (maybe the guy from the ambulance?) in a desperate fight to show him go down gracefully, not willing to go down without a fight. I wonder sometimes if the scripts were longer or if some scenes have been filmed but cut out for time, or if they weren't needed as they were explained in an earlier or later scene. Shame there are no deleted scenes on the DVDs, I would have been fine with rough looking video with the timecode running wild over it. Alas, it was never meant to be.
  18. Plus, I remember him from the first X-Files film, in the beginning, as a FBI agent. That's my recollection. Been ages since I saw that film.
  19. Are there any tracks on those promo/best of that were left out of the La La Land 2 disc limited edition? I drool at the thought of getting more Millennium music. I do have good headphones and a decent monitor set, but sadly don't have either promo or best of, I just never knew about these releases. Oh... I was so hoping it was the cue where they are searching for the origin of the phone call, in the arc building, in Force Majeure. That track, I would love to have. One of a couple missed opportunities in the 2 disc edition. I wish it was possible to have music from each season on separate discs.
  20. So, when is Father's Day...I could see if I have time to do this, sorry, I've been out of the loop. A case of being a couch potato. There are simply too many posts to cover, I need to clone myself, one for going to work and I can do all the fun stuff.
  21. I have to agree with the above poster. Richard Belzer has acted as Detective John Munch in 9 different shows, even Sesame Street! I remember watching Homicide: Life on the Street and they had a cross-over with Law & Order, and J.K. Simmons is a bad dude in both episodes. Then that same actor plays Dr. Emil Skoda in 3 L&O shows. I mean, in MacGyver, there was this guy who played the villain in many episodes throughout the seasons. And Eddie Kaye Thomas (best known for the American Pie movies) played 2 different characters on L&O three seasons apart, even though they were minor roles to give information to the detectives, I even remembered him. So, TV shows do this all the time. I do remember, Homicide: Life on the Street never wanted to use the same people as different characters, and I don't think they did. And if you look at the credits of Millennium online, you can see people playing small roles (in the background or one line) in a couple of episodes. Yet, no one was none the wiser, I've never actually caught these myself, but it's there on imdb.com While I'm at it, I think it was rather silly to have that X-Files soundbite playing in the background. I always felt it was cheap. I liked the more subtle linking/nod as the Morley cigarette on the floor in the Millennium Group's storage room (where they unwisely had the code 1999, really!)
  22. After seeing Watts take away Emma's gun in Skull and Bones, and Watts' daughter killing her abductor in Collateral Damage (I assume her father taught her how to defend herself). I'm certain that Watts is alive for that reason, he's a very capable man of defending himself. And regarding the shift in tone of the Millennium Group in Matryoshka, I can really believe it. The Group may have existed as depicted in The Hand of Saint Sebastian but probably were all killed off, as we saw in that flashback scene. And they just used that symbol and some of its original history as its own, tweaked it to modern standards. I know, it wasn't a perfect explanation and thus I understand Kay Reindl's resentment for the rewrites.
  23. I do think all the seasons are all different beasts, but I do feel that season three was trying to go back to basics (season 1) with an X-Files vibe to it. Laura, I say it again, you are too harsh on Emma and season 3. There are some quality episodes in there, like Darwin's Eye. You will care about Emma with her subplot in that one.
  24. has added the naughty MM music video over at: cheersfromiceland.blogspot.com

    1. ethsnafu

      ethsnafu

      Naughty eh, heading there as we speak :)

    2. ty7du

      ty7du

      And now, the infamous "tearjerker" video is up there. My first foray beyond the first season. Frank Black was indeed a lucky man...

  25. Wow, what a great read, that link of that review. I'll check out the others for sure. This episode is really deep and I've never myself looked so deep into a Millennium episode. I remember the orderly was killed very recently after he started working there, either this is a huge Millennium Group conspiracy (even Frank has a nuclear explosive vision/flash and Emma's dad is watching a tape with similar explosions on it) or Cass saw some military markings on that orderly to awaken her Darwin's Eye again. Heck, it could be both but there's no connection between the A and B storyline. I know they explained why no one has found out about the head in the motel, it was covered with lime or something, there's a line in the episode. So they explained that. Could Cass have changed clothes, or washed up as the orderly's head was after all found in a bathroom in a very elaborate place. But despite little nit-picks this episode is a winner And it was nice that they changed things up, had Baldwin teamed up with Frank for once.
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