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An Interview With Horror Actress, Writer and Producer Alessandra Pinkston (by Frank Ochieng).

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An Interview With Horror Actress, Writer and Producer Alessandra Pinkston (by Frank Ochieng).

Alessandra Pinkston is an accomplished actress, writer, producer and creative force behind her company at KindredQuest, Inc., an award-winning production film company that has produced noteworthy short horror films with a refreshing twist, mainly employing women of colour and featuring primarily talented minorities in leading and supporting roles in their fright films. Ms. Pinkston looks […]

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The Magazine Of Fantasy & Science Fiction, Mar/Apr 2016, Volume 130 # 724 (magazine review).

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The Magazine Of Fantasy & Science Fiction, Mar/Apr 2016, Volume 130 # 724 (magazine review).

I’m rather late in reviewing the March/April 724th issue of ‘The Magazine Of Fantasy & Science Fiction’. My excuse is that it arrived in the same post as the May/June issue, so I focused on that first and this earlier one went to the back of the queue. In any case, this issue contains one […]

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Gravitons Make Flight Work: an article by: GF Willmetts.

October 30, 2016 | By | Reply More
Gravitons Make Flight Work: an article by: GF Willmetts.

Back in the 1980s, the now late editor/comicbook writer Mark Gruenwald declared for ‘The Marvel Universe Handbook’ that the main means of propulsion for flying Marvel super-humans or other species was the manipulation of the sub-atomic particle, the graviton. This is a long debated but yet to be discovered in our reality as its thought […]

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So Far, So Near: a short but long story by: GF Willmetts.

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So Far, So Near:  a short but long story by: GF Willmetts.

We’d been monitoring both Voyager probes leaving the Solar system for decades, even noting its swing in direction in the Kuiper Belt that always baffled us. The main bet amongst the astronomers and astrophysicists was that there was another body out there and there were only two things that could have that kind of mass, […]

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Cinema Retro Foto Files Special Edition # 1 (magazine review).

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Cinema Retro Foto Files Special Edition # 1 (magazine review).

I came across Cinema Retro purely by one of my random scans across the Net and bought Cinema Retro Foto Files Special Edition # 1 with its accent on spy girls, especially as I was reviewing some books along this line. It shows the popularity of this issue as it sold out and a reprint […]

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HBO’s Game Of Thrones Coloring Book (book review).

October 29, 2016 | By | Reply More
HBO’s Game Of Thrones Coloring Book (book review).

Amongst the range of colouring books out there at the moment is this one devoted to some show called ‘Game Of Thrones’. As its fantasy and on a pay channel in the UK, it’s not something I would watch or have an interest in. However, we are a little unilateral to our fantasy cousins on […]

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The Shame Trilogy by Lovern Kindzierski and John Bolton (book review).

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The Shame Trilogy by Lovern Kindzierski and John Bolton (book review).

‘The Shame Trilogy’ is a fantasy graphic novel written by Lovern Kindzierski and art by John Bolton. Mother Virtue is an ugly old lady but full of goodness and everyone in the village likes her, especially the children, who she loves in return. Sadly, she has never had a child of her own. One night, […]

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A Night In The Lonesome October by Roger Zelazny and Gahan Wilson (ebook review).

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A Night In The Lonesome October by Roger Zelazny and Gahan Wilson (ebook review).

‘A Night In The Lonesome October’ is one of the last works of the late, great Roger Zelazny. He well known as a Science Fiction writer but this is a work of fantasy and horror. I’m not familiar with his books but this one has a lot of familiars, in the sense of animals that […]

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The Sci-Fi & Fantasy Art Of Patrick J. Jones (book review).

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The Sci-Fi & Fantasy Art Of Patrick J. Jones (book review).

A third book of the art of Patrick J. Jones in as many years from Korero Press is not a bad thing. This time, under the title ‘The Sci-Fi & Fantasy Art Of Patrick J. Jones’, he isn’t teaching but showing work from his career. A lot of this is painted with Corel Painter over […]

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Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children (2016) (a film review by Mark R. Leeper).

October 28, 2016 | By | Reply More
Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children (2016) (a film review by Mark R. Leeper).

Jake’s grandfather, thought to be suffering from dementia, tells the most fantastic stories of his fighting of monsters during WWII from an island off Wales. These stories lead Jake to the island and there he holds the balance of power in a war between children with strange special powers and supernatural villains. The plot is […]

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