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Good Omens signs up Parks and Recreation star Nick Offerman.

March 6, 2018 | By | Reply More
Good Omens signs up Parks and Recreation star Nick Offerman.

Good Omens, the forthcoming television series for Prime Video, will see Parks and Recreation star Nick Offerman join its cast as filming completes in South Africa. Offerman will be taking on the role of the US Ambassador and father of the child Warlock, mistakenly believed to be the Antichrist. Nick joins leads Michael Sheen and […]

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Lost in Space: first full trailer.

March 6, 2018 | By | Reply More
Lost in Space: first full trailer.

The new Lost in Space TV series will hit Netflix on 13th April 2018. Here’s the first full trailer for the new series. It seems the robot is an alien A.I rather than something the Robinson clan carried from Earth with them. The Robinson family, part of a highly trained mission to establish a new […]

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Doctor Who: Frontios by Christopher H. Bidmead (DVD review).

March 1, 2018 | By | Reply More
Doctor Who: Frontios by Christopher H. Bidmead (DVD review).

The TARDIS is in the far future and the Doctor (actor Peter Davison) tells Tegan (actress Janet Fielding) and Turlough (actor Mark Strickson) that they mustn’t interfere with one of the last human colonies. However, the TARDIS gets caught up in a meteor storm and forced to materialise on the planet Frontios. The colony there […]

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Fahrenheit 451: burning down the literary house.

February 28, 2018 | By | Reply More
Fahrenheit 451: burning down the literary house.

Black Panther‘s actor Michael B. Jordan is not just setting the superhero genre aflame – he’s also the antihero (called Montag) of HBO’s TV series based on Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451 novel – a dystopia where state thought control is practised by a heavily regulated Web 2.0 and of course, all paper books being burnt […]

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Star Wars Rebels finale (trailer).

February 28, 2018 | By | Reply More
Star Wars Rebels finale (trailer).

Here’s the rather exciting trailer for the upcoming Star Wars Rebels finale. Ezra calls in all his favours to rally a ragtag group and liberate his home world of Lothal once and for all in the final episode of Star Wars Rebels.

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Attack On Titan – Season 2 (2018) (Blu-ray anime series review).

February 28, 2018 | By | Reply More
Attack On Titan – Season 2 (2018) (Blu-ray anime series review).

‘Attack On Titan’ is the anime based series on the phenomenally successful debut manga by artist Hajime Isayama, has now had its second season arrive on Blu-ray. While season one was a sprawling twenty-six episodes, the second season gives the series a little more focus with only eleven episodes. For the uninitiated, ‘Attack On Titan’ […]

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Krypton: Brainiac (trailer).

February 22, 2018 | By | Reply More
Krypton: Brainiac (trailer).

Here’s a trailer for the Superman prequel series, Krypton, which reveals the big bad for the TV series – aka Brainiac. He’s big, green, mean, and wants to suck your planet dry! You would think that it would be easier to suck uninhabited worlds like Gas Giants or something. Unless you like a challenge?

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Lost in Space (Netflix TV reboot: 13th April 2018).

February 21, 2018 | By | Reply More
Lost in Space (Netflix TV reboot: 13th April 2018).

The new Lost in Space TV series will be with us shortly, on 13th April 2018 across all Netflix countries. Based on the classic 1965 science fiction series which tracks the adventures of a family of space colonists whose starship, the Jupiter 2, gets stranded in an unknown space quadrant. In this 10 episode Netflixer, actor Toby Stephens […]

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Jessica Jones 2nd series, 2nd trailer.

February 21, 2018 | By | Reply More
Jessica Jones 2nd series, 2nd trailer.

The superhero without a costume, but with more than a few … issues, is back for her second season on Netflix soon. Here’s the new Jessica Jones trailer. Dark. Dark. Dark. And here’s the blurb: Jessica Jones is a hard-drinking, short-fuse, mess of a woman who is just trying to make a living as a […]

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Iain M. Banks’ Culture books make it to Amazon Prime as a TV series.

February 21, 2018 | By | Reply More
Iain M. Banks’ Culture books make it to Amazon Prime as a TV series.

Amazon Studios has picked up global television rights to the Culture’s first novel Consider Phlebas. The space opera by Iain M. Banks features Banks’ fictional interstellar utopian society, the Culture. Consider Phlebas draws upon the world and mythology Banks created in the Culture, in which a highly advanced and progressive society ends up at war […]

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