Mass Charade

I’m a huge fan of Halloween – moreso now than I was as a kid. Sure, recharging your Trick or Treat energies through a downed Giant Pixie Stick at the intersection of Gale and Linus Streets has its charms – but it wasn’t until my latter years – somewhere around the point I hit my…

Odds n’ Ends

Good news for fans of Lorne Lanning’s Oddworld games. Lanning had originally stated he was leaving the games industry when EA gave Oddworld Stranger a poor marketing push – citing the industry climate of choosing franchise potential over originality. Now Lanning is back with a new movie and game. Not much is known about the…

Jack Bauer Power Hour

24 fans rejoice. The Season 6 Trailer was released last week and it kicks all kinds of ass. From my read of this, it appears a series of terrorist attacks have crippled several US cities – and the terrorists will stop only on one condition. Jack Bauer must die. Dammit!!!

Lost – ‘Every Man for Himself’ – 3.4

After my disappointment with ‘Further Instructions’, it was nice to get back on track with more pressing concerns. ‘Every Man for Himself’ picks back up with Jack, Sawyer and Kate. Although this is a Sawyer-centric episode, all three prisoners get equal share of the limelight as we continue to explore their internment. On with my…

Tele Mundo – Thursday October 18th to Sunday October 29th

  In a bid to catch this feature up on a more traditional weekly schedule (Monday through Sunday), I’ve decided to toss the net wide to capture everything up through this Sunday. Of course, I don’t watch anything on the weekends anyway – so it’s not like I’ve suddenly developed super powers. Plus – there’s…

Lost – ‘Further Instructions’ – 3.3

  It’s no secret that in a show rich with character, John Locke is my favorite. It goes back to the pilot episode, where Locke was first seen with his sinister scar freshly etched across his eye. As Kate stared at him across the beach – he locked eyes with her and opened his grin to…

Tele Mundo – Wednesday October 4th to Tuesday October 17th

This is about a week overdue and in the interest of catching up, I’ve decided to mash-up weeks two and three into a double posting. The more I’m watching some of these new shows, the more I’m finding I like my old favorites more. I guess it can take some time to get acclimated to…

Lost – ‘The Glass Ballerina’ – 3.2

Two episodes down… only four more to go. While I like the fact that we have an uninterrupted run of 16 new episodes coming in early February 2007, now that we have had a little nibble, I’m not sure I can wait the three months for the main course to arrive. All good things come…

Lost – ‘A Tale of Two Cities’ – 3.1

  As strong as this new television season has begun – with some promising starts put forth by the stud rookies (including Friday Night Lights, Heroes and Kidnapped (pause for a moment of silence) – there’s something so comforting about being reacquainted with old friends. In the days preceding the third season premiere of Lost…

Tele Mundo – September 27th to October 3rd

  I’ve decided to steal a page from Sean’s playbook (Tellyman) and post my weekly observations of the various television shows that have found their way onto my DVR. I have dubbed this weekly feature, Tele Mundo. Both Lost and 24 will continue to receive their own dedicated columns – thus continuing the work I…