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Vere are your papers, native?

September 11, 2012 | By | Reply More
Vere are your papers, native?

It’s another viral for the return of Fringe to the TV screens of America. And maybe Europe. Those invading time-travelling nasties from the future really don’t want you getting about. Fringe will be back with you by the end of this month. Unless you live in Parallel 67890, in which case you’re still living under […]

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Whatever Happened To The World Of Tomorrow? by Brian Fies

September 9, 2012 | By | Reply More
Whatever Happened To The World Of Tomorrow?  by Brian Fies

..Is the future not what you expected it to be? Is it ever? Well ‘Whatever Happened To The World of Tomorrow?’ by Brian Fies looks at how innocence and optimism can be easily dashed by the world around you.                         ..It begins with a […]

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Robot & Frank (Frank’s Take).

September 7, 2012 | By | Reply More
Robot & Frank (Frank’s Take).

In defining the concept of science fiction themes, the relatable consensus would probably range from the techno-titillation of CGI ecstasy, colorful creatures from exotic planets looking to threaten mankind or muscle-bound space cadets itching to conquer evil forces with advanced laser-powered weaponry. Whatever your definition of sci-fi cinema entails the ubiquitous genre is flexible enough […]

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Wipe(r) a Viper!

September 7, 2012 | By | Reply More
Wipe(r) a Viper!

Are you readers out there in online land suffering the same level of withdrawal from the end of the rebooted Battlestar Galactica TV series that I am? If you are, then this game might just prove the cure for your ills. It’s a fan-created computer game for would-be viper pilots to mount up inside the […]

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Cloud Atlas trailer.

September 7, 2012 | By | Reply More
Cloud Atlas trailer.

Here’s the new trailer for the much loved film adaptation of the Cloud Atlas novel. As in the book, this has the focus on a love story that survives the ages through reincarnation, and leaps about through time – including two lengthy sci-fi segments. The first set in a cyberpunk dark future. The second set […]

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As the French do it…

September 7, 2012 | By | Reply More
As the French do it…

The new live-action non-animated Heavy Metal TV series will shortly be hitting the shores of France. I haven’t heard any news about which – if any – UK/US channels might be picking up this series. Of course, across the channel, they wrongly call this adult comic Metal Hurlant. And boy, do they love it. Anyhoo, […]

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Heed. Obey. Serve.

September 6, 2012 | By | Reply More
Heed. Obey. Serve.

Season five of Fringe (the last one, folks) is heading your way the end of this month. You will watch it, won’t you? Or the people from the future will MAKE you! Heed. Obey. Serve.

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Judge Dredd new clip.

September 4, 2012 | By | Reply More
Judge Dredd new clip.

From the look of this new clip from the Judge Dredd movie, it appears as if Karl Urban is making the role of Judge Dredd his own. I’m with Wil Wheaton Block, want to rumble?

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Ustream disintegrates the Hugo Awards.

September 4, 2012 | By | Reply More
Ustream disintegrates the Hugo Awards.

The Hugo Awards are the most famous US-based award for achievement in science fiction literature. Given every year at the World Science Fiction convention, this year’s award was to be streamed live over the internet to be enjoyed by all the SFF fans who couldn’t make it to the con. Sadly for them, Chicon 7, […]

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The Day (Frank’s Take).

September 4, 2012 | By More
The Day (Frank’s Take).

The post-apocalyptic thriller The Day yearns for basking in its atmospheric credibility while recalling dismal images of a landscape of desperation in a futuristic world wallowing in its debris-ridden misery. This is the premise for filmmaker Douglas Aarniokoski’s (“Highlander: Endgame”) grainy and gritty actioner. Although pensive in its doomsday presentation, The Day is a flat […]

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