DARK MATTER — “Episode Seven” Episode 107 — Pictured: (l-r) Melissa O’Neil as Two, Anthony Lemke as Three, Natalie Brown as Sarah — (Photo by: Russ Martin/Prodigy Pictures/Syfy)

Hello, my lovely Collective family! Long time no post but I am BACK today to share my interview with Anthony Lemke. Lemke plays Three on the hit SyFy show, Dark Matter, which began its third season on June 9th. For all my Dark Matter fans, you’re going to want to read what he had to say about season three, and also when he gave me a mini heart attack at the beginning of the interview and made me think I had the wrong notes. #NeverADullMoment


Can you feel it? There has a been a disturbance in the force. It’s the pre-awards show season where all the dramatic, oscar-bait movies are released. I’ve been reeled in with their bait, and have been spending ALL my extra time at the movies, which is even more of an issue because I work at a movie theatre. My co-workers probably think I’m nuts. Oh well.

Hello again, Collective lovelies. I feel like it has been forever since we’ve spoken! Between a new school, a new job, and basically a new life, I’ve been a little disoriented. But I have returned, just like the Blair Witch. For those of you don’t know, a sequel, titled Blair Witch, to 1999’s The Blair Witch Project was released on September 16th. Being as that my birthday was the 17th, all I asked for was a beer and to go see Blair Witch. Well, I got my wish.


The original Blair Witch Project is the story of three students who venture into the Black Hills Forest to film a documentary surrounding the legend of the Blair Witch. It doesn’t exactly go well for them, and the film is made up of their found footage. The sequel, Blair Witch, follows the same format. James is the brother of Heather, one of the original students to disappear, who gathers three friends to camp in the Black Hills Forest with him in order to hopefully find out what happened to his sister. Or even better, find his sister. It’s a long shot, but his friends join him in the search. They are also joined later on by Lane and Talia, who found Heather’s found footage in the forest and have been interested in the stories of the Blair Witch for many years. You would think doubling the cast, and upgrading the camera equipment would make for a better film, but the psychological terror that gripped us in the first film is severely lacking in this big-budget sequel.