Frankie’s bar is the only bar in town, so when Phil (Vincent Gale) needs to drown his sorrows that’s where he ends up. Count Laughula (Andy Thompson), a comic who makes terrible vampire jokes (and is likely the only comedian in town) gets under Phil’s skin, so Phil takes over the stage and tells the story of how he once was a vampire to everyone in the bar. When the lights flicker he puts a gun in his mouth and pulls the trigger. Phil twitches a bit, gets up from the pool of blood he was lying in, and walks away, saying: “Now, that’s funny.” Continue reading →
Vanessa spends most of the episode in the body of her great-grandmother Lilly Van Helsing who has just arrived in 1896 Hong Kong by steamship with her maidservant Siobhan (Siobhan Williams) and her husband Edward Hawkins (Adrian Hough). Edward has traveled there for business purposes, and is to meet with the head of the East Asia Trading Company. Lily meets with Agnes, the wife (?) of the colony’s Governor, whose maiden name is Seward. “My father”, Agnes says, “was a faithful servant to your grandfather Abraham.” Vanessa learns that vampire activity is suspected in the area, and Agnes gives Lily/Vanessa the address of Mr. Tsui (Lee Shorten), a shopkeeper who knows about vampires, and has “ominous and important things” to share with her. Continue reading →
Marci T. House as Gertrude in a 2010 Honest Fishmongers production of HAMLET at the Havana Theatre in Vancouver
Marci T House (Major Stoker in “Seen You“) will be Aunt Cindy in Episode 13 of LIFE SENTENCE, a comedy about Stella (Lucy Hale), who for a while thought she was about to die but is unexpectedly cured of her illness. Stella must face the consequences of the decisions she made when she believed her days were numbered. The first episode of LIFE SENTENCE will air on The CW on Wednesday, 7 March at 9pm, immediately following RIVERDALE. Jennifer Spence (Karen in “Help Me“) will be Agent Stern in the show’s second episode. A trailer is available on YouTube.
Catherine Lough Haggquist (Beth in “Stay Away“) is Dr. Greene and Marci T. House is a forensic officer in FIFTY SHADES FREED, the third and final film in the franchise, in which Anastasia Steele and Christian Grey return to Seattle, and Anastasia tries to adjust to married life. (Dr. Green appears in all three of the books, but only in the third film.) FIFTY SHADES FREED had its world premiere in France on 6 February, and is now playing in theatres worldwide. Continue reading →