When you hear a title like Battle in Space: The Armada Attacks! certain expectations are set up. You expect, oh, I don’t know, perhaps a battle in space? Maybe an armada attacking? Perchance some cardboard characters delivering over-blown dialog and enacting some insane plot?
You certainly wouldn’t expect what you get in Battle in Space: The Armada Attacks!.
A group of friends find a hidden stair in their house that leads to the attic. There they find a mirror unlike any other for it leads them to an alternate reality. Moving from science fiction into thriller with a touch of horror, Parallel is fast-paced and filled with intriguing ideas.
Anthony Mackie and Justin Benson play paramedics responding to bizarre deaths and injuries and all are related to a new designer drug Synchronic. But this drug doesn’t give you an ordinary high, as Mackie’s character soon finds out.
By Carma Spence “It was a mistake to abandon our world for this dream world. My greatest mistake. A mistake we must correct.” – Kym Minamoto (Zoe Doyle), EXT “Around five years ago I had a thought,” said director Adrian Bobb. “What would the next stage of evolution be? Followed by another thought, What would
Summary: An evil sorcerer has abducted the Sultan’s only child and Sinbad, who is in love with her and wishes to marry her, must save her from the evil Deev who wishes to consume her soul. Along the way, Sinbad and his crew fight a Rock, giant bugs, and other creatures on their way to save the princess.
By Carma Spence “Can we truly call this a monster club if we do not boast amongst our membership a single member of the human race?” ~ Eramus (Vincent Price) The Monster Club Based on stories by Ronald Chetwynd-Hayes [The Curse of the Snake God (1989) and The King’s Ghost (1985, also known as The
Mary Shelly’s classic tale is told from Igor’s point of view. It starts off as an Igor origin story and evolves into the evolution of Victor into the character we know from the novel. Of course, this is a fable of how science — and hubris — can go astoundingly wrong.
The Curse of King Tut’s Tomb, starring Caspar Van Dien, was a made for TV three-part mini-series that originally aired on the Hallmark and Sci-Fi Channels in 2006.
Christopher and Carma attended WorldCon 76 in San Jose, Calif. It was Christopher’s first and Carma’s second WorldCon (World Science Fiction Convention). Here are their reactions.
An overview and appreciation of season one of the now-forgotten supernatural anthology TV program.