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American Horror Story (season 9 trailer).

August 29, 2019 | By | Reply More
American Horror Story (season 9 trailer).

Here’s another trailer for the 9th season of the American Horror Story TV anthology series, quite literally creeping your way for a September 18th 2019 release on FX clutching a big hooked steel sickle. This next run looks like one big tribute to all those 1980’s slasher horror films.

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Students asked by NASA to name new Mars Rover … what could possibly go wrong?

August 29, 2019 | By | Reply More
Students asked by NASA to name new Mars Rover … what could possibly go wrong?

Red rover, red rover, send a stupid name for Mars 2020 right over! Yes, NASA is rather bravely asking students to propose a name for its next Mars rover mission. Hmmm. Darth McSith-Face, anyone? Red Robbie the Planet Destroyer? Dalek-Bucket Donald? Come on, get your frack on and let’s be creative, here! Starting Tuesday 3rd […]

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NASA gives Arecibo Observatory $19m to help fight Earth-destroying asteroids (science news).

August 29, 2019 | By | Reply More
NASA gives Arecibo Observatory $19m to help fight Earth-destroying asteroids (science news).

NASA awarded the University of Central Florida Arecibo Observatory the four-year grant to find and track near-Earth objects (NEO) that pose a potential hazard to Earth, as well as being candidates for future space missions (including mining). “The S-band planetary radar system on the 305-m William E. Gordon telescope at Arecibo Observatory is the most […]

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Once Upon A Parsec: The Book Of Alien Fairy Tales edited by David Gullen (book review).

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Once Upon A Parsec: The Book Of Alien Fairy Tales edited by David Gullen (book review).

The pitch for ‘Once Upon A Parsec’ basically tells you everything you need to know about it. It goes: Humans have fairy tales, right? Those tales teach us important moral lessons to warn us about dangers or help us be better people and there are other sentient species out in the universe, right? So, of […]

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The Real World Of Victorian Steampunk by Simon Webb (book review).

August 29, 2019 | By | Reply More
The Real World Of Victorian Steampunk by Simon Webb (book review).

What author Simon Webb makes apparent in the introduction to his book, ‘The Real World Of Victorian Steampunk’ is that the Victorian period and steampunk are inextricably linked way beyond Science Fiction. Hardly surprising when you look at his title and the scientific advancement at that time. However, there are examples like ‘Pavane’ (1968) by […]

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The Laundromat (2019) (cri-fi film trailer).

August 28, 2019 | By | Reply More
The Laundromat (2019) (cri-fi film trailer).

The Laundromat is light-hearted semi-biographical crime drama film from Steven Soderbergh due to be streaming on Netflix on October 18th 2019. The movie follows Ellen Martin (Streep), whose holiday takes a strange turn into the shady dealings of a Panama City law firm, run by seductive partners Jürgen Mossack (Oldman) and Ramón Fonseca (Banderas). She […]

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Mr. Robot (4th & final season) (trailer)

August 28, 2019 | By | Reply More
Mr. Robot (4th & final season) (trailer)

Mr. Robot reaches its fourth and final season on October 6th 2019 (USA Network and Amazon Prime). Elliot Alderson (played by the ever more famous Rami Malek), and his maybe dead father Mr. Robot (Christian Slater), have to finish their computer hacking revolution to change the world – but now they’re up against the Chinese […]

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Altered Carbon season two (news).

August 27, 2019 | By | Reply More
Altered Carbon season two (news).

Actress Lela Loren is set to play the role of Danica Harlan in the eight episode Season Two of Altered Carbon (based on the cyberpunk novel by Richard K. Morgan). In fact, Loren already has completed production on her Altered Carbon regular role. Set 300 years in the future, society has been transformed by new […]

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The Official Kiss Magazine Poster Book #2 (magazine review).

August 27, 2019 | By | Reply More
The Official Kiss Magazine Poster Book #2 (magazine review).

We were offered a selection of magazines from Fantasm Media. Principally, looking at their website, they cover horror and Kiss, so which my fellow reviewer will be looking at the former, I thought I’d look at the latter, especially as the band are doing their ‘End Of The Road Tour’ right now. ‘The Official Kiss […]

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Ancestral Night (White Space: Book One) by Elizabeth Bear (book review).

August 27, 2019 | By | Reply More
Ancestral Night (White Space: Book One) by Elizabeth Bear (book review).

A sentient salvage ship named Singer and its crew encounter ancient alien technology and evidence of a terrible crime in ‘Ancestral Night’, the first volume of Elizabeth Bear’s new space opera series ‘White Space’. It’s written in the first person in a cheery, informal voice presented as the record of Haimey Dz, the ship’s engineer. […]

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