The BEST episodes directed by Scott Summersgill

Lazarus Rising
31 votes

#1 - Lazarus Rising

The Crow: Stairway to Heaven - Season 1 - Episode 17

A shadowy group of powerful men approach Draven with an offer he can't refuse - to reunite him with Shelly forever. Dr. Dorsett (Don Most) seeks Draven out, carrying an unusual offer from the Lazarus Group. This secretive consortium of powerful men smoothed the way for Dorsett's therapy license to be re-instated and he owes them a favor. They claim to posses advanced technology which will reunite Draven with Shelly and want to test it on Draven. Unbeknownst to him, the Lazarus Group is a secret society rumored to have been in existence since the time of the Druids, and their interest in him is anything but benevolent. The society is dominated by the physically frail but still intimidating Frederick Balsam (Mavor Moore) who holds sway not only over Judge Morrison (Jerry Wasserman), who unexpectedly released Draven from jail, but also over head scientist Dr. Jack Saks (Robert Wisden), and group member Steve Fentress (Terry David Mulligan). Draven agrees to the experiment, but once hooked

Never Say Die
4 votes

#2 - Never Say Die

The Crow: Stairway to Heaven - Season 1 - Episode 16

The evil spirit of Rasputin is released by an unscrupulous Russian who plans to harness it for his own empowerment but needs access to the portal between the worlds that Draven opened in his loft to make the process complete. An ancient order of Russian priests is the keeper of a manuscript that holds the evil predictions of the mad monk Rasputin. When the chief guardian, Father Andrew (Stephen Dimopoulos), is brutally murdered and the book stolen, the priests turn to the police for help. Albrecht, now demoted to a street cop, steps aside so Capshaw can take the case but she is highly skeptical of the fearsome prophecies and powers described by the tome. While visiting at the police station, Sarah overhears the story and hurries to warn Draven that whomever stole the manuscript will need access to the portal between worlds, which is in Draven's loft. As if on cue, Alexander Sokolov (David Lovgren), who has the manuscript and intends to use it for evil, comes to the loft but is deterred