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The Hall Mark

I’m no virgin to Hallmark Movies, but oh, have I been touched and branded with the Hall mark!!!! It’s been almost two years since my experience, which left me parched and in severe, dire need… 316 more words

Debashine Thangevelo

I absolutely love & respect that you titled the article “Dr. Marlena Of Our Lives”. She’s still the reason why many of us watch the show… A part in your article stated, “Today, her purpose in the storyline has shifted from what it used to be, more so with the influx of fresh-faced actors taking center stage.” It made me recall a quote that I deem fitting and I know you’ll understand why. 114 more words


Electra Woman 1.15 and 16 - Return of the Pharaoh

The Pharaoh and Cleopatra returned for another go-round in the final installment of this series. It’s much better than the first one, since it’s just a little less like the usual formula. 382 more words


Electra Woman 1.13 and 14 - The Spider Lady

This is the only episode of Electra Woman and Dyna Girl written by non-Krofft regulars: Gerry Day and Bethel Leslie. Day would later write one of the lousy ABC episodes of… 254 more words


Electra Woman 1.11 and 12 - The Pharaoh

There was a group in the ’80s called Animotion that had a big hit called “Obsession,” and the singers, among other costumes, wore some Egyptian garb. 300 more words


“The 90’s has left us, but in the Land Of Steel It Exists”

In the now of 2016, TV has become dark, null, unrewarding and bare. Many writers meet at this place, called, let’s sabotage what we created to be beautiful, positive and rare… Originality bled from the soul, and dried into ink on paper, is a thing of the past… Lets trend what’s common, surface and vain… Lets change the blueprint of epic love stories to tainted, dirty the characters and make darkened unions the new definition of bliss… Alas, the 90’s has left us, but in the Land Of Steel it exists. 594 more words


Electra Woman 1.9 and 10 - Return of the Sorcerer

Well, here’s a weird coincidence. Just a few days ago, I was writing about the apparent habit of British kids’ shows to feature villains who plan to heist the Crown Jewels. 317 more words