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I’ve been watching a lot of horror films lately. My girlfriend and I marathoned Star Trek: Deep Space 9 recently, and she fell in love with Jeffrey Combs (and Rene Auberjonois, Nana Visitor and Terry Farrell, but they’re less relevant to the topic at hand). This has allowed me to introduce her to the joys […]
Disney have announced that it will release the next installment in the Star Wars series on 18th December 2015. Although traditionally a ‘summer blockbuster’, the next part of the Star Wars saga will drop before Christmas in just over two years. Rumours abound at plot details and characters featuring, and it was recently announced that […]
The very first trailer for X-Men: Days of Future Past has now landed. The 2014 film is adapted from the classic comics arc, and sees director Bryan Singer returning to the series.
The film is out next spring, and the first preview stills and trailer have just been dropped. Consider us excited. The trailer sees Cap living in a world where the government is doing something dark and questionable. Huh. He also appears to be a fully fledged SHIELD agent. The film takes a lot from the […]
The trailer for the upcoming British sci-fi series Chipped.
First up, let me just say that I am a huge fan of The Lord of the Rings. By this, I do not mean I enjoyed a handful of films I saw a decade ago. I love the books, I’ve read them and seen the films several times. I like the mythology in The Silmarillion and clamber after […]
Sadly, I’ve decided to call it a day with reviews for Revolution. I cannot see the show being renewed for a second series, and while I will continue to watch, the show simply doesn’t enthuse me enough to write about it. It’s the same problems – or problem (Tracy Spiridakos) – every single week. It’s […]
In Brief: Weak. In Detail: Here we are again. Another week of Revolution, and Danny still hasn’t reached Monroe, the tablets still haven’t been explained even a fraction more, and Tracy Spiridakos continues to annoy the hell out of me. There are some positives in this. Maggie’s death is at least realistic, being stabbed through an artery in the […]
In Brief: A mixed bag. In Detail: The latest instalment of Revolution features continued improvement in some areas, but is let down by confused pacing and continued poor performances from Tracy Spiridakos. I don’t want to rant each week about the pointlessness of Tracy Spiradkos’ character – Charlie – in the show. Yet her continued weak performances and, quite […]
The Angels Take Manhattan In Brief: Detective Noir? Check. Pond Farewell? Check. Emotional? Very much check. In Depth: Beware: spoilers within. At the close of David Tennant’s last episode of nuWho, the trailer for series 5 promised us that “The end is only the beginning” and before long we had Eleven, Amelia Pond, Rory Williams, […]