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US Sub mutineers go seasteading.

September 14, 2012 | By | Reply More
US Sub mutineers go seasteading.

Here comes an interesting-looking new near-future scifi series to TV, Last Resort. The crew of the U.S. Navy’s largest most advanced nuclear submarine, the USS Colorado, gets orders out of the blue to empty every nuke they carry on Pakistan. When the sub’s skipper, Captain Marcus Chaplin (actor Andre Braugher), asks for clarification of the […]

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Don’t blame the zombies.

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Don’t blame the zombies.

There’s a new trailer for the Walking Dead, in which the living bigots once again prove their prejudices against their non-life’d citizens. Shocking stuff. One day Rick and his band of marauding killers will be held to account. Or eaten. Probably eaten. Thanks to SFX for bringing this piece of gruesome evil to our attention.

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The Robotic Dance: A great way to doing the Sci-Fi Shuffle!

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The Robotic Dance: A great way to doing the Sci-Fi Shuffle!

Ah, there is nothing like the companionship of a mechanical mate to get one through the hard times, right? Well, television has certainly provided its share of a walking bucket of bolts throughout the decades on the boob tube. Whether these particular television robots were decorated or despised it did not matter in the least […]

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Beyond the junior-sized Jupiter: A nostalgic Sci-Fi sampling for kids from yesteryear.

September 13, 2012 | By | 4 Replies More
Beyond the junior-sized Jupiter: A nostalgic Sci-Fi sampling for kids from yesteryear.

As a child coming of age in the decade of the 1970’s, children’s programming was crucial for me and other adventurous tykes looking for futuristic escapism particularly if you had science fiction leanings or harbored the appreciation for fantasy that removed you from the world of other silly-minded kiddie fare that did not cater to […]

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When the lights go out.

September 12, 2012 | By | Reply More
When the lights go out.

Actors from the new NBC science fiction TV series Revolution talk about what they would do if modern Earth lost all power and we went back to the dark ages. Hmmm. Buy guns. Lots and LOTS of guns. And tinned food. And a horse. And a good collection of paper books. And kiss your Kindle/iTunes […]

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Spartacus: War of the Damned.

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Spartacus: War of the Damned.

If you like your blood red, gory and flowing (and in slo-mo) and your maidens/oiled male slaves rather voluptuous and Roman (or Thracian), then strap your gladiatorial shield and sandals on for Spartacus: War of the Damned. Here’s a nice video with the inside track on the all death and nooky coming our way. The […]

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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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Once Upon A Time… make a wish for season two.

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Once Upon A Time… make a wish for season two.

Was it to see the 2nd season’s trailer for this fantasy-crossed TV series? Well done. Consider SFcrowsnest your fairy godmother, ’tis granted. In the battle of good versus evil there is a new weapon!

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Arrow-ing in: put out an APB for Robin Hood.

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Arrow-ing in: put out an APB for Robin Hood.

Green Arrow gets a makeover from the slightly silly figure we saw practicing bowmanship in Smallville, to a police-pursued vigilante that would make DC Comics proud in this dark new TV series, Arrow.

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A Friendly “Hi” to Sci-Fi TV: Commoners are Welcome!

September 11, 2012 | By More
A Friendly “Hi” to Sci-Fi TV: Commoners are Welcome!

There is a fine line between the ardent science fiction fanatic and the casual observer that can accept the genre in sporadic gulps. Nevertheless, science fiction has blessed television favorably from the golden days of the boob tube where B-movies and morning family serials took audiences to new depths of appreciation and imagination to the […]

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