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Spy Wars with Damian Lewis (spy-fy TV series: full episode).

March 31, 2020 | By | Reply More
Spy Wars with Damian Lewis (spy-fy TV series: full episode).

Ace actor and swoon-worthy ginger tiger Damian Lewis brings us a full episode of the Spy Wars documentary series from the Smithsonian Channel. This one looks at the life of Oleg Gordievsky, who was one of the KGB’s rising stars… and biggest traitors. He provided stolen Russian intel to the UK, but he is most […]

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Prometheus Alien movie: WTF really happened? (video).

March 31, 2020 | By | Reply More
Prometheus Alien movie: WTF really happened? (video).

Our canny reader Kroft has been combing his way through the very rare 150-page script written by Damon Lindelof for the Alien franchise movie, Prometheus, which was later removed from the 20th Century Fox web site by the direct orders of Ridley Scott. Luckily for us, the script reveals many of the missing background details […]

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Future Man (3rd season trailer for this scifi TV series).

March 30, 2020 | By | Reply More
Future Man (3rd season trailer for this scifi TV series).

Here’s a trailer for the 3rd season of the comedy science fiction TV series, Future Man, where a janitor, Josh Futturman, successfully completes his favorite game (that was considered unbeatable), Biotic Wars, only to discover the game’s two main characters, Tiger and Wolf, appearing to recruit Josh to save the world from the real Biotic […]

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Ancient Aliens (TV series trailer: Lost Mars episode, season 14).

March 29, 2020 | By | Reply More
Ancient Aliens (TV series trailer: Lost Mars episode, season 14).

Here’s a trailer for the History Channel’s Ancient Aliens TV series, the Badlands Guardian episode. While going through satellite images of Mars, researchers spotted the profile of a Badlands Guardian. Theorists believe that the culture that created this impossible Martian structure could be directly connected to the human race. 

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The Walking Dead: World Beyond (TV series: trailer).

March 29, 2020 | By | Reply More
The Walking Dead: World Beyond (TV series: trailer).

Here’s another trailer for the next Walking Dead spin-off, The Walking Dead: World Beyond, set in the future when some youngsters decide to take a trek between the walled cities that are the last holdout of humanity against the zombies. Not the smartest idea, in my humble opinion, but I guess bored kids are bored […]

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Do Gamma Ray bursts solve the Fermi Paradox? (science video).

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Do Gamma Ray bursts solve the Fermi Paradox? (science video).

Dr. James Annis of Fermi Lab speaks with John Michael Godier about the possibility of Gamma Ray Bursts being a filter for intelligent life. Do Gamma Ray Bursts kill off alien civilizations before they can travel into space and are they an astrophysical explanation for the great silence, aka the Fermi Paradox?

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Editorial – April 2020: SF realities can be worse.

March 29, 2020 | By | Reply More
Editorial – April 2020: SF realities can be worse.

Hello everyone With so many us us confined to their homes, I did have a ponder on whether or not by printing reviews we might be putting too many leisure items to the various delivery services when they should be focused on more essential items. I did ask one of the delivery people and he […]

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Life At A Distance: an article for the post-Apocalypse by: GF Willmetts.

March 29, 2020 | By | Reply More
Life At A Distance: an article for the post-Apocalypse by: GF Willmetts.

The one thing that can be done with writing on the Internet is I can always be topical or even change my mind what to write in an article, change or alter something right upto the last second it goes on-line. Editorials deal with topical subjects, too, but you do expect a lot more thought […]

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Marked by S. Andrew Swann (book review).

March 29, 2020 | By | Reply More
Marked by S. Andrew Swann (book review).

The idea of alternative histories and parallel worlds are tropes that have been common in SF and fantasy literature for a long time. The thing that has changed over the centuries is the way the protagonists reach the alternative world. Initially, it would have been through dreams or magic. Now, more elaborate and often pseudoscientific […]

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Sword Of Fire, a novel of Deverry: The Justice War book 1 by Katharine Kerr (book review).

March 29, 2020 | By | Reply More
Sword Of Fire, a novel of Deverry: The Justice War book 1 by Katharine Kerr (book review).

Welcome to the land of Deverry, accounts of which were first published in 1986. Fifteen books and nearly 35 years later the world is expanded again with ‘Sword Of Fire’. Deverry is one of those series’ that I’ve seen about the place and always meant to get around to reading but never quite got there. […]

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