It’s Comic Con time, and that means lots of new trailers to see. There might be one for Star Wars and Batman v Superman but there is a TV trailer that also has people talking, and that is that of Once Upon a […]
Sir Christopher Lee passed away today at the ripe old age of 93. For 70 years he has done solid work in film, TV and theatre. But more than that he has been an incredible star of many Hammer horror, sci-fi and […]
I missed the trailer for Tomorrowland being released, but happened to see it at the cinema, and wow. It looks incredible. This film has had lot of excitement around it ever since it was announced. It is inspired […]
…and boy does it look good. DC is really stepping up to compete with Marvel, with the release of pictures from its upcoming TV series Supergirl and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow. What with next year’s Batman v […]
I’ve been a tad quiet recently, but the fact is I simply haven’t had time to watch any TV. I’ve finally sat down this week to watch some TV and just in time for the return of Once Upon a Time. This season has been […]
Another film getting a revamp as a TV series, although this one is 20 years after the film was released. Twelve Monkeys was the hit film starring Bruce Willis and Brad Pitt and was directed by Terry Gilliam. It […]
Marvel has another hit on its hands with Marvel’s Agent Carter, which premiered last week with a two-hour special. The show received 9.2m viewers*, whilst it’s not performing as well as DC’s hot shows (Arrow, The […]
I never read the books and thought the trailer for The Maze Runner was a Hunger Games wannabe. But I also thought it would totally be up my street. I watched it recently with my sister and wow was I impressed. […]
So last week I gave you my review of 2014. What I thought was the best of the big and small screen. This week I’m looking forward to 2015. And boy, what a year for film. In particular, if you are a comic book […]
Merry Christmas everyone! It’s Christmas Eve Eve. It’s Christmas Eve Eve!!! Can you tell I am excited? Well yes, yes I am, but I also thought I would use this time to reflect on the great sci-fi I have experienced […]
I heard the news before I saw this week’s episode that it was the end of the Frozen stint on Once Upon a Time and was a little bit sad. I’ve really enjoyed this series of the show and thought the casting for […]
Arnie is back and the new Terminator film Terminator: Genisys has had its trailer released. Now I don’t know if this is just in the UK, but this was completely overshadowed buy another infamous character, that of […]
This week The Flash, the spin off show of Arrow had an epic crossover. Both Barry (The Flash) and Oliver Queen (Arrow) needed help with a case they were working, and this time decided to work together. But it […]
I LOVED Guardians of the Galaxy when I saw it at the cinema, I not only got to see a 17 minute sneak peak of the film at the IMAX, but I also got to see a preview of the entire film before general release – bar […]
We were treated to a movie-length double episode of Once Upon a Time this week. The episode entitled Smash the Mirror finally saw the Snowqueen truly step up and show her evil, *spoiler alert* along with Mr. […]
Castle has always played on Nathan Fillion’s background in sci-fi shows. There was the episode where he was in fancy dress as his Firefly character, and the one with the time traveller. Plus pretty much every week […]
I was a fan of the Sleepy Hollow film and was interested with a TV series was announced. I also got excited by the leading man cast. Tom Mison, who was Mr. Bingley in Lost in Austen (a twist on Jane […]
My house mates and I have been getting in the mood for Halloween all month but watching scary movies. On Monday we watched Paranormal Activity 2 & 3 back to back (not wise on a week night!). In light of this, I […]
So I’ve regularly been having a debate with my fellow Vampire Diaries fan friends about the fact that I struggled to watch the last season, banking them up and only finishing off the show in August. It also meant […]
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