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Boss Rush: Top 5 'Stick Of Truth' Enemies

Having only recently delved into the world of RPG turn-based adventure games (I’ve only started to play Final Fantasy VII), I found South Park The Stick of Truth to be wonderfully bizarre. It plays out just like an episode, or several episodes, from the television show and you are pitted against interesting characters as you […]

Interview: Anne Taylor, Metropolis Film Festival

The Metropolis Science Fiction and Fantasy Film Festival Fund It campaign is in its last week.  We covered the story when it first came out. Catching up with co-founder, Anna Taylor, she tells us a little bit more about the event. The Arcade: The Metropolis Science Fiction and Fantasy Film Festival was founded by yourself with assistance from Derek […]

Yesflix/Noflix: Orphan Black Or Fringe?

In today’s installment of Yesflix/Noflix, we dive into the world of science fiction.  I’ll be honest, I found it hard to come up with a Noflix. I was even contemplating two Yesflix’s. But that’s not in keeping with the spirit of these articles. Strolling through my Netflix library I recalled one particular show that didn’t […]

Music Monday – 20/04/15

A great deal of my musical taste stems from my girlfriend. Before her my knowledge was quite limited. It’s not that I was actively against other kinds of music. On the contrary, I tried several times to get into new music. I started buying a CD a week – randomly – in the vain effort to […]

They Made A New Dinosaur In First Clip From Jurassic World

It’s not long now until the park reopens, but until then Universal Studios have released a short clip from Jurassic World, which stars Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard. Check out the clip below. In the scene Claire (Howard) asks Owen (Chris) to test a new paddock for vulnerabilities, so their new dinosaur creation can not escape. Owen is regarded […]

'God Creates Dinosaurs' Jurassic World Easter Egg

Over the Easter weekend the Jurassic World marketing team released a photo with the text, “The hunt is on. Happy Easter from Isla Nublar,” over several unhatched dinosaur eggs. The eggs were stamped with QR codes that led to other images from the upcoming movie. Most of them have already been widely seen, but there was one that was quite […]

Neill Blomkamp And Simon Kinberg Join The Leviathan

You’ve probably seen director Ruairi Robinson’s (Last Days on Mars) short film The Leviathan on multiple media sights over the past week. It’s been getting hundreds of thousands of hits both on Vimeo and Youtube. And it’s caught Hollywood’s attention. The film looks set to move into a full feature production according to Deadline, with X-men writer […]

Forgotten Childhood – Rainbow (1995)

Initial Release (1996) Rainbow graced us with its presence in the year 1995. It was the sophomore directorial effort for noted actor Bob Hoskins. It also happened to star Hoskins as an eccentric magician. As you might have guessed the film involves a Rainbow. And this Rainbow plays a very important role in the world in which […]

Joss Whedon Unlikely to Direct "Avengers: Infinity War"

With Avengers: Age of Ultron just around the corner there are a lot of people asking if Joss Whedon will return for the next two Avenger films – Infinity War Part 1 & 2. But with rumours of the  Russo Brothers directing the following installments after Captain America: Civil War, this statement by Whedon himself may not come as […]

Will The X-Files Return?

The network bosses at Fox, Dana Walden and Gary Newman, are considering bringing The X-Files back to TV, according to Empire. “It’s true that we’ve had some conversations on X-Files,” Newman said. “We’re hopeful of being able to bring that back at some point.” Walden adds, “Gary and I both worked at 20th Century Fox Television […]