Jun 292016

Aleks Paunovic
Aleks guest starred on three episodes of Stargate SG1 and Atlantis (Shaq’rel in Redemption 1&2 and Rakai in Reunion). He has appeared in Continuum, Battlestar Galactica, Arctic Air, Flash Gordon, Psych, iZombie, Supernatural, The 100 and Hell On Wheels. IMDB Twitter
Aleks_PaunovicMar Andersons
Mar played Major Green on two episodes of Stargate Universe (Air Part 3 and Earth) and appeared on three episodes of SG1 (Bob on Wormhole X-Treme! and Point of No Return and an Air Force Officer on Avalon Part 1). He has also guest starred on Supernatural, Shattered, Masters of Horror and The X-Files. IMDB
Bradley Stryker
Bradley guest starred in three episodes of Stargate Universe (Air 1, 2 & 3) as Curtis and also appeared on Fringe, Psych, Angel, Smallville, Arctic Air, The Lizzie Borden Chronicles, Drone, Supernatural and Red Widow. IMDB Twitter Official
Soon-Tek Oh
Soon-Tek played Moughal in the first season Stargate SG1 episode Emancipation. He has had a long career in television which includes roles on Babylon 5, MacGyver, Airwolf, M*A*S*H, Hawaii 5-0, Magnum and Charlie’s Angels. IMDB Behind The Voice

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Dec 282013

avatar2 This weeks on Gatecast we have another bonus episode and the show will be a little longer than normal as the feature is a full length movie namely A Dog’s Breakfast. The movie was directed by David Hewlett and written by David and his wife Jane Loughman and was made in 2006 and after numerous festival screenings and huge fan support it securing a distribution deal and was released via streaming, vod and dvd within a number of markets. A Dog’s Breakfast was a project intended to fill the gap during the hiatus of producing Stargate Atlantis and in that regard they were able to secure a significant amount of hardware and talent not to mention roping in friends to make the movie come to life both in front and behind the camera. Kate Hewlett (Marilyn) stars with David as one third of the main cast with Paul McGillion (Ryan) as the final part of the trilogic in this kinda old school British domestic farce, additional support is given by Christopher Judge and Rachel Luttrell and lets not forget Mars the pooch who causes so much mischief in the movie.


I’m not going to go into too many plot details although we hope you’ve all seen the movie so lets just say any fan of the Stargate franchise should seek it out, it’s currently on DVD (R1 & R2) as well as various streaming options and hand on heart it is a very funny movie. David did actually write a script for the series ( Star Crossed ) shown within the movie and that would have been interesting as a Galaxy Quest type look at a scifi series as it was being made and shown but nothing came of it. We have yet to see a sequel although the movie may have been a little ahead of it’s time in terms of exploiting the fanbase and online options, it’s going to be interesting to see how Debug the Hewlett’s latest movie project fares if a widespread theatrical release isn’t on the cards.

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Next weeks show will be another bonus episode (third of four) and it’s going to be the Andromeda episode “Day of Judgement, Day of Wrath” a third season episode which features Michael Shanks and Christopher Judge alongside the regular cast such as Lexa Doig. Brad will be helping us out with the show as Alan was in the process of moving to Finland so we hope you join us for that. So with christmas behind we wish everyone a happy new year and enjoy the last episode of Gatecast released in 2013.




Aug 032013

I haven’t watched A Dog’s Breakfast recently and a post on the twitter feed tickled my fancy so I thought it was about time I watched David Hewlett, his sister Kate with pals Paul, Rachel and Christopher have fun in this low budget comedy. You’ll spot many familiar names in the credits as well but I’m not telling you anything you don’t already know, I doubt there are many Stargate fans that have not watched this movie.



The movie follows the slightly warped Patrick as he gets to grips with his sister (Marilyn) bringing home her fiancée (Ryan) a Scifi tv star. After over hearing a phone call which indicates Ryan is planning to kill Marilyn he then plans to kill Ryan, fun and games commence.

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Mar 172013

Crimson Force is another science fiction movie from Syfy UK which has been sitting on my DVR for quite a while, I watched it this morning and not only do we have Steven Williams (General Vidrine  SG1) but Tony Amendola himself wearing more gunk than he ever did as Bra’tac.