From the people who make the The Most Beautiful Movie Shots videos: The most beautiful movie shots - IN SPACE. With Carl Sagan and Gustav Holt’s Planet Suite.
Last night’s new American Gods was an improvement from last week’s. It featured two vignettes unrelated to the main plot, both of which were better than the vignette from last week, and a less suspenseful but more satisfying development in the main plot.
You look to the moon and know what’s going to happen, but that’s because you already read the book. Click to find the soul of Mozambique.
Continuing the long list of departures from the BBC’s flagship science-fiction show it appears that Michelle Gomez, the actress portraying the female version of the Master “Missy”, will also be leaving.
Well we’ve finally hit the point where Timothy Omundson’s character makes his debut on this show. I’m not sure what to expect but it should be fun either way. Welcome to the Lucifer season 2 episode 16 “God Johnson” spoilerific reaction, where you can share your thoughts on the show as it plays…
Sexy red riding hood scene! Or something. I don’t know what to make off that image. Anyway. Cat’s back! Let’s react.
So it seems there is this rebellious fiefdom in Oxfordshire ruled by a King-sley, Jason who lives as a knight by day. Never mind Judge Dredd’s Lawmaster bike for getting around, the 2000AD boss is in to jousting.
Two game devs made up a classic JRPG to help promote their new title, a twine game about fandom, nostalgia and Usenet boards. What they didn’t count on was people believing the fake game was real.
Except for a few scenes setting up the next season, the sixth season finale of Once Upon a Time played out as about as good a series finale as the show will ever be able to do. Which raises the question of why keep the series going. (The answer is probably money, of course.)
Who ordered the gangster King Arthur who knows Kung Fu? Well that’s what Guy Ritchie’s delivered with 2017's King Arthur: Legend of the Sword, featuring the fresh faced Charlie Hunnam as the famous rough and tumble brothel raised cockney of yore. I must admit, this ridiculous, perplexing creation is a lot of fun. At…
We lost another great actor, unfortunately. According to his best friend, Beau Bridges, the great Powers Boothe died today at age 68.
In and out in nine hours. Next!
Annnnnnd we’re back, thank heavens, with a world where the bad guys have no problem admitting when they’re totally corrupt and want to see you dead.
Tim Omundson, one of my favourite character actors from such shows as Psych, Galavant, Supernatural, and an upcoming stint on Lucifer, amongst many others, suddenly went quiet on Twitter recently, and it seems it was due to a serious illness.
Author: April Daniels
Year of release: 24 January 2017
Part of Series: First in the Nemesis series
Genre: Young Adult, Superhero and Fantasy
Publisher: Diversion Publishing
Purchased via Amazon
There is a double dose of Doctor Who next Saturday. In the hour before Peter Capaldi answers a papal plea for help, Colin Baker will be bouncing brash and boisterous back on to Radio 4 Extra in a Big Finish audio adventure.
Tonight, I invite you to step away from the safety of the well-lit thoroughfare and into a little haunt we call The Golden Horn for an unofficial, somewhat indulgent performance from the spaced99telepod collaborative effort.
“A crime thriller heist novel, but set in space and also the hard boiled ex-con protagonist is a talking raccoon.” Never have I thought that such a synopsis could apply to something so great and yet here we are with Rocket #1, written by Al Ewing, with art by Adam Gorham.
I can think of few worthier targets for evisceration nowadays than capitalism. So to-day’s new episode of Doctor Who, “Oxygen”, filled me with much more glee than it might have in happier times. Written by Jamie Mathieson, who’s quickly become one of the show’s strongest writers since his first script for the show in…