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The Handmaid’s Tale: Season 3 trailer.

February 6, 2019 | By | Reply More
The Handmaid’s Tale: Season 3 trailer.

The future is no sack of shits and giggles in the Season 3 trailer for the TV adaption of Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale. This trailer is currently at over ten million views – so, America’s Watching, citizen. Watching, you. Under his eye. We truly hope you are found without … sin!

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Captain Marvel (TV spot trailer).

February 6, 2019 | By | Reply More
Captain Marvel (TV spot trailer).

Here’s a short trailer for the forthcoming Captain Marvel movie set in the 1990s before all the big game superheroes in the Marvel Universe started getting trotted out for their movies. Will we get some insights into how Thanos is to be beaten in the Infinity Wars future? Well, she did get paged by Nick Fury! […]

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Alita: Battle Angel (new trailer).

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Alita: Battle Angel (new trailer).

Here’s another trailer for the live action Alita Battle Angel film put together by Robert Rodriguez and James Cameron. Hollywood seems to be littered with the bones of anime cartoons made into live action flicks that then bombed and died. Will Alita Battle Angel break this terrible and seemingly intractable curse? Time will tell-eth!

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The Twilight Zone 2019 (teaser trailer).

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The Twilight Zone 2019 (teaser trailer).

Here’s the teaser trailer for the ten episode reboot of the Twilight Zone TV series – for the kids amongst you, this is from Rod Serling’s seminal 1959 TV series of scifi/horror-ish video-format short stories with a shock or two in their tail. It’ll hit your small screens on April 1st 2019 on CBS’s subscription […]

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The Magazine Of Fantasy & Science Fiction, Nov/Dec 2018, Volume 135 #740 (magazine review).

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The Magazine Of Fantasy & Science Fiction, Nov/Dec 2018, Volume 135 #740 (magazine review).

After a rather hectic Christmas and New Year period, I’m finally catching up with writing reviews I started several weeks ago, including this one of the November/December 2018 copy of ‘The Magazine Of Fantasy And Science Fiction’. This issue includes 4 novelettes, 7 short stories, a poem and the usual mix of non-fiction, as well […]

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The Beam: Season 1 by Sean Platt; Johnny B. Truant (ebook review).

February 4, 2019 | By | Reply More
The Beam: Season 1 by Sean Platt; Johnny B. Truant (ebook review).

The thing you first notice about ‘The Beam: Season 1’ is the format. It is set out very much as a scheduled TV program might be as it uses episodes rather than part I, part II, etc. There are six episodes in this first series and each episode is self-contained but drives the stories forward. […]

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Seeking Alone: a Psi-Kicks story by: GF Willmetts.

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Seeking Alone: a Psi-Kicks story by: GF Willmetts.

‘What’s the offence, Constable?’ ‘We thought she was a vagrant but she was carrying a selection of ID cards, Sarge, including one for the Met. All with a selection of names. We think she’s a courier of some sort. She was found collapsed in a shop but not burglary. Must have been locked in over […]

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Quality Control Assessment At Delos: an article by: GF Willmetts.

February 3, 2019 | By | Reply More
Quality Control Assessment At Delos: an article by: GF Willmetts.

I do have to wonder how Delos ever makes any money. It owns several miles of unspecified territory with an underground network to reach all its distant points. There are several western towns spread out that constitutes the area called ‘Westworld’ and a smaller area called ‘Shogun World’, based on the former’s template than reinvent […]

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Westworld seasons 1 & 2 (DVD TV series review).

February 3, 2019 | By | Reply More
Westworld seasons 1 & 2 (DVD TV series review).

When I was given ‘Westworld’ to review, I had previously kept away from it, mostly because I wasn’t sure how much it was being based on the original Michael Crichton films from the 1970s and how far they were going to move away from it. Interestingly, they took various elements from both films in the […]

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After Atlas (A Planetfall Novel) by Emma Newman (book review).

February 2, 2019 | By | Reply More
After Atlas (A Planetfall Novel) by Emma Newman (book review).

The first novel by Emma Newman, ‘Planetfall’, was a masterpiece in characterisation. It could have been set anywhere and at any time and still made an impact. A bonus was the way the society had been set up as a very believable colony on an alien planet. The second novel is not exactly a sequel […]

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