Entries by Jess Collett

Latest Pictures from Avengers: Age of Ultron

If you’re as excited for the sequel to Marvel’s The Avengers as we are – and that might be medically impossible – then be prepared to go into excitement overload for these latest pictures from the set of Avengers: Age of Ultron!       There’s also this great picture of the entire Avengers: Age […]

Marvel Announces Release Dates Until 2019

Have you ever wanted to predict the future? Here’s your chance – Marvel have announced their release dates way up until 2019 and only some of the projects have been named. Can you tell which film is which? What might be Avengers 3 or a Black Panther movie or even a Black Widow solo film? […]

‘American Gods’ TV Series in Development

Starz has announced a script to series development of Neil Gaiman’s acclaimed urban fantasy novel “American Gods.”  The pilot script will be penned by Bryan Fuller (known best for the weird and wonderful shows such as Hannibal, Pushing Daisies, and Wonderfalls) and Michael Green (of, um, Heroes fame. But the first season was excellent!), who will also showrun […]

Want More Giant Robots? Pacific Rim 2 is Coming!

In this video, director Guillermo del Totoro has a very special message for all fans of giant robots everywhere. “From now until April 2017, we’re gonna develop a new animated series for Pacific Rim, continue the comic book series we started with [Tales from] Year Zero, and most importantly, creating a sequel for the film. […]

Hungerford Review

‘Hungerford’ is a sci-fi horror film that has recent been debuted as part of this year’s Sci-Fi London film festival at the British Film Institute. The film’s director, Drew Casson (who also stars in the film), is the youngest director on record to have a feature screened at the BFI. Hungerford details a small English […]

Ultimate Film Guide 2014

Yes, the Ultimate Film Guide is back! This is the ultimate list of all things science fiction, horror, fantasy, speculative, or just plain weird that are coming out this year. Print out and display in a prominent place for maximum film contact. 16 January Devil’s Due – After a mysterious, lost night on their honeymoon, […]

Tauriel – A Feminist Critique

The Lord of the Rings as a franchise doesn’t age well when subjected to critiques of feminism and racism; it is unfortunate that the original books were a product of a society that was entrenched in some very nasty attitudes towards those who were not eminently respectable white gentlemen. This does not mean that Tolkien […]