After the Red Wedding episode in Game of Thronesseason three I decided I couldn’t cope with the shock and decided to pick up the books and start reading (just from that chapter onwards) as I didn’t want to be in […]
At last, the greatest fantasy show is back. It feels like so long since it has been in my life. It has such a following that we have a Tuesday morning hang out at work to discuss all of the OMG moments of the […]
With the Heroes mini series set to be released next year, it gave me an itch that I couldn’t scratch with a need for some more of the show, so I hit up Netflix and started watching the show from the start […]
Well they were saying #Wickediscoming and it finally did. Once Upon a Time finally returned after a long mid-season break. And boy did it return with a bang. We last saw Emma and Henry one year on from saying […]
This film might be a futuristic sci-fi but it doesn’t feel that far from the present. Her is about Theodore (Joaquin Phoneix – Walk the Line) who is separated from his wife and becomes a bit of a recluse. He […]
Everyone has a list of their top movies, I think it’s impossible to say what is your absolute favourite, even a top 10, but looking at one category makes it a little easier. So, here is my top 10 sci-fi movies. […]
Last night I was invited to a screening of the making of the Red Wedding episode of Game of Thrones Season 3 to mark the release on DVD and Blu-ray. It was really interesting to see the work that went into the […]
Somehow this slipped past me until I spotted the trailer on IMDB. But it looks good. Robert Rodriguez always produces great movies (I even liked the Spy Kids films), so it will be great to see what he does with a […]
When I first saw the trailer for About Time I thought oh here we go, Rachel McAdams is at it again, playing the wife of a time traveler (she previously starred in the adaptation of the hot book The Time Traveler’s […]
The start of a new year means we are one step closer to all of the exciting films that are coming our way. 2013 was packed with sci-fi films such as Man of Steel, Elysium, Star Trek: Into Darkness, Pacific […]
Smallville‘s Supergirl (Laura Vandervoort) has gone and got herself a lead in a new sci-fi show. She always annoyed me a bit in Smallville as she wasn’t very good at hiding her Canadian accent. Not that there’s […]
I was holding out for the IMAX for Gravity and then gave in and went for a regular screening and I’m glad I did or otherwise I would have been feeling a tad sick from all of the spinning that happens in the […]
I went to see The Hunger Games: Catching Fire at the weekend. For me this book was the hardest to read, because it was so gripping. From the whipping, people being killed for showing their support and the horrific […]
What a way to end the 2013 leg of season three! Once Upon a Time has been one of my favourite shows but I really haven’t enjoyed the Neverland part of this series. I’ve been feeling that Once Upon a Time in […]
It seems everyone is going down the TV route. We’ve got a Gotham show coming with a 10 year old Bruce Wayne, four mini Marvel projects on Netflix and the new Terminator film is expected to have a spin of TV series […]
Last year the Kick-Ass 2 crew were filming outside my office and I got a tad excited. The iconic Denmark Street in London, famous for its music shops had been turned into a New York street with a yellow taxi and […]
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