So slow, that one must resort to searching You Tube for anything even vaguely horror related.
One of the first things that caught my eye was a trailer for a film called coming out on DVD in the UK June 28th.
– “End of the Beginning – Agents Garrett (Bill Paxton) and Triplett are back to help Coulson’s team track down S.
But will Deathlok destroy them all to protect his master’s identity?
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Keller was responsible for finding a cure to the terminal condition afflicting Carson Beckett's clone, allowing him to be freed from stasis.
She graduated high school at the age of fifteen, and university before the age of 18.
She was promoted to the position of Chief Medical Officer after the death of Carson Beckett.
Her new role in Atlantis, and challenges which she faced off-world, forced her to quickly gain confidence and experience.
Production values didn't look all that great right off the bat, but I'm usually on board for a movie about a handful of coeds who take a boat trip to an island best left unvisited, so I remained intrigued. The film hasn't actually come out Stateside yet, but it has been out in most of Europe for a few months and, unfortunately, reviews from that side of the world seems to place the film as being little more than your average Syfy channel original movie.
Even still, I've got such a weak spot for Jewel Staite that I'm sure I'll be giving the film a shot in the near future.