Tin Man

Tin Man

SCI FI’s ‘Tin Man’ follows DG on the adventure of a lifetime. Plunged headlong into another world, DG (Deschanel) must discover her true identity, battle evil winged-monkey-bats, and attempt to fulfill her destiny.

The Water Horse

The Water HorseBased on the novel by Dick King-Smith. The Academy Award-winning producer and special-effects team behind The Lord of the Rings join with Revolution Studios, Walden Media (The Chronicles of Narnia) and Beacon Pictures to bring to the screen the magical motion picture The Water Horse: Legend of the Deep. The story begins when Angus, a young Scottish boy, finds an enchanted egg. Taking it home, he soon finds himself face-to-face with an amazing creature: the mythical “water horse” of Scottish lore. Angus begins a journey of discovery, facing his greatest fears and risking his life to protect a secret that would give birth to a legend.

MPAA Rating: PG

Release Date:
US (wide): December 25, 2007
UK: February 1, 2008
AU: January 1, 2008

Produced By: Barrie M. Osborne
Written By: Robert Nelson Jacobs
Directed By: Jay Russell

Genre: Fantasy
Other Genres: Family
Studio: Sony Pictures Entertainment
Production Company: Revolution Studios

Tag Line: Every big secret starts small.
Language: English
Special Effects Company: Weta Digital

Filming Locations: New Zealand


Journeyman (112) is Homeless. Is this the End??

JourneyManIt’s bad enough that the 13th episode of Journeyman is unable to go into production thanks to the writers’ strike. Now, we’ve received word that the 12th episode is homeless. That’s right – NBC is at it again (remember who owns the SciFi Channel!), screwing around with the scheduling. Journeyman fans are left wondering not only if the show will be renewed, but also if we’ll even get to watch the 12th episode. Series creator Kevin Falls told interveiwers that the only way fans are going to see the episode is if they get the DVD set, “or if we get a back nine,” (full season order) which is unlikely due to the writers’ strike…

Christmas Countdown 2007: submit an entry


Thanks to the amount of fun the Halloween Countdown was, the staff of SFU will be doing a countdown related to Christmas during the 12 days of Christmas in December! So, we are once again looking for participation from all of you! If you wish to participate, please send a email to me so I’ll have an idea of who is participating! Our theme for this years countdown is television specials, which an extensive list of them can be found on Wikipedia (link takes you directly to the page)…

Pushing Daisies 1.08: Bitter Sweets

ABC has released a whopping 25 images of  Episode “Bitter Sweets,” the Wednesday, Nov. 28 episode of Pushing Daisies. Here’s how the network describes the episode:

Pushing Daisies 1.08: Bitter Sweets   First Aired: 11/28/2007

A vindictive taffy shop owner (guest star Molly Shannon as Dilly Balsam) sets up shop down the street from The Pie Hole,…

Pushing Daisies 1.07: Smell of Success

Pushing Daisies 1.07: Smell of Success     First Aired:   11/21/2007   When the assistant to renowned scent expert Napoleon LeNez (guest star Christopher Sieber) is found dead after a scratch ‘n’ sniff book explodes, Ned, Chuck and Emerson investigate whom the deadly missive was intended for. Meanwhile, Olive continues her campaign to get Aunts Lily and Vivian back in […]

Pushing Daisies 1.06: Bitches

Pushing Daisies 1.06: BitchesPushing Daisies 1.06: Bitches     First Aired:   11/14/2007

When a dog breeder who may have bred the world’s most perfect pooch is found dead, Ned and company try to figure out who exactly did the deed, especially after they learn the deceased was a polygamist who left four grieving widows.

Guest starring in “Bitches” are Field Cate as young Ned, Sammi Hanratty as young Chuck, Sy Richardson as the coroner, Joel McHale as Harold Hundin, Lydia Look as Heather Hundin, Jessica Lundy as Hilary Hundin, Jenny Wade as Hallie Hundin, Christine Adams as Simone Hundin and Mark Harelik as Ramsfeld Snuppy.

“Bitches” was written by Chad Gomez Creasey & Dara Resnik Creasey and directed by Allan Kroeker.

Pushing Daisies 1.05: Girth

Pushing Daisies 1.05: GirthPushing Daisies 1.05: Girth   First Aired:  10/31/2007

When jockeys start turning up trampled to death, supposedly by the ghost of a long dead rider (guest star Hamish Linklater, “The New Adventures of Old Christine”) and his spooky horse, Olive — a jockey in her life before the Pie Hole — hires Ned and the team to investigate. Meanwhile, Ned finds himself haunted by the ghosts of his own past as Halloween nears.

Guest starring are Field Cate as young Ned, Hamish Linklater as John Joseph Jacobs, Barbara Barrie as Mamma Jacobs, Christopher Neiman as Lucas Shoemaker, Carlos Alazraqui as Gordon, Ralph P. Martin as Pinky McCoy, Jon Eric Price as Ned’s father and Leyna Nguyen as the newscaster.

“Girth” was written by Kath Lingenfelter and directed by Peter O’Fallon.


Pushing Daisies 1.04: Pigeon

104Pushing Daisies 1.04: Pigeon:  First Aired: 10/24/2007

A plane crash into an apartment building leaves the trio with a case – did the pilot commit suicide? – while Chuck finds herself drawn to the man who appears to be the sole survivor (guest star Dash Mihok), much to Ned’s distress. Meanwhile, Olive takes a wounded messenger pigeon to the Aunts for help.

Pushing Daisies 1.03: The Fun In Funeral

Pushing Daisies 1.03: The Fun In Funeral

Pushing Daisies 1.03: The Fun In Funeral:  First Aired: 10/17/2007

Another strange death at the Schatz Funeral Home leads Ned back to the scene where he brought Chuck back to life. Meanwhile, Olive unwittingly becomes the messenger in Chuck’s plan to bring a little sunshine into the lives of Aunts Lily and Vivian via some anti-depressant laced pies.

Guest starring in “The Fun in Funeral” are Field Cate as young Ned, Sy Richardson as the coroner, Eddie Shin as Wilfred Woodruff, Raul Esparza as Alfredo, Sam Pancake as Donald Funk, Brad Grunberg as Louis and Lawrence Schatz, Victor Z. Isaac as the delivery boy, Howard Mann as the elderly man and Kristin Dos Santos as the 30s woman.

“The Fun in Funeral” was written by Bryan Fuller and directed by Paul Edwards.