Today on Robot Wars we saw the ending of the current series in what can only be described as pure carnage as robot after robot tore was torn apart.
Back again for more robot on robot action and today we finally see crowd favourites Carbide and Apollo meet again. Outside of this the episode also saw a couple of more experimental designs, including another splitter robot that for once actually worked.
One of the many things Netflix released at the end of the month is The Discovery. Starting from the premise of a scientist discovering evidence of some form of afterlife, the movie asks questions about what happens next.
Welcome back to Robot Wars and tonight’s episode was actually pretty damn good.
No, this isn’t deep philosophy about the meaning of life and mankind’s place in the universe. I’m writing about the movie Life starring Deadpool, Donnie Darko, and that gal from Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation.
Well this is two days late again but this time it’s not because I forgot but rather that after the shitshow that was the last episode I had given up on the show. I decided to watch it again today however and thankfully despite starting out questionably the episode became rather good.
Marvel’s Iron Fist has come out on Netflix and unlike the previous Marvel Netflix shows, it’s gotten quite a bit of bad reviews. So, instead of binging on them one after the other, I decided to write down a review after watching each episode to see what I thought over the entire season and if the show itself would…
So here we are again with the Robot Wars and this week what was a hopeful episode to begin with ended with one of the shortest finales ever seen due to probably the worst judging calls I’ve ever seen.
Well here we are again with series 2 of the reborn Robot Wars and you may have noticed this is two days late as unfortunately I didn’t realise that the new series was even airing and, to be honest, if the rest of the series was like that episode then I can see why the BBC didn’t promote it that much because in one…
Logan is not a superhero movie. Heck, Logan isn’t even an X-Men movie — after all, all the X-Men are dead except for Logan and Charles. No, Logan is something else: Logan is a Western.
There have been several TV shows involving time travel in the last few years. Travelers (streaming on Netflix and airing on Canada’s Showcase) manages to put its own spin on things while dealing with the plot issues inherent to this type of show. I thought it was mostly successful though flawed.
So here we are at the end of the series with a very rare episode that focuses on the Cat and brings back the parody of a certain Ridley Scott film.
Just watched Marvel’s latest entry into their Cinematic Universe and felt like posting a review.
again with the Boys from the Dwarf and this time we’re stumbling around
metaphysical questions in true Red Dwarf fashion;
Back again with Red Dwarf XI and this time episode four takes up back to the very beginning of the show, largely taking the episode ME2 from series one and injecting it with steroids.
Here we are with episode three and here we see the return of yet another Red Dwarf mainstay, the gone rogue robot that is now clearly insane.
Back again with episode two of the new series and it looks very much like the ‘old tales with a new spin’ feel of the first episode is common throughout the series. Once again we have a basic premise that harkens back to the older series but is filled with fresh material and twists that make it into its own beast.
So here we are four years after the last series and Red Dwarf has once again returned and it did so in great fashion. While the amount of time passed could’ve made it easy to make an episode that entirely relied on stale jokes and ‘remember this’ moments the episode proceeded to bring back not only classic joke forms…
The Netflix Original movie ARQ went up today. It’s a science fiction movie starring Robbie Amell and Rachael Taylor as a couple who are caught up in a time loop situation that’s familiar if you’ve seen a certain movie or that particular episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation.
So the series has ended and what a series of ups and downs it was. Tonight six robots entered; the previous winners Carbide, Shockwave, TR2, Apollo, and Pulsar, along with wildcard entry Thor who the judges chose as the best runner-up.