Confusions and Connections
Amazing Spider-cum…
Written April 10, 2014
I have covered fan theories before in this blog. This time I’m going to talk about a super-hero instead of a spy. That being Spider-man and his ability to make ...more
Annie hits the 21st century
Written April 14, 2014
In the early 80s, Hollywood gave us a classic musical. One about an orphan called Annie. This one is basically the same but “re-imagined“, urgh, to the present day. Originally planned by ...more
Written April 26, 2014
Yesterday was ANZAC day. The day that Australia and New Zealand celebrate, or is it mourn, the people of their armed forces that have given their lives in the pursuit ...more
Dare you Brave The Bunker Of The Dead??? Earlier today I got sent this great item from the wonderful people over at Arrow Video letting you know that they have conspired ...more
Today is Yuri’s Night. A day to celebrate and to remember the flight of Vostok 1 and everyone who has followed Yuri into space. This happened today in 1961, making it ...more
Changing two lives
Written April 23, 2014
Earlier today I received a plea to showcase two upcoming Warner Bros films. I have always been a sucker for this sort of email, I was easily brought round to doing ...more
Chickens in good voice
Written April 4, 2014
Yesterday I talked about robots. This time I’m on a totally different track. Chickens! Why chickens I hear you ask. The answer is simple, Country & Western music. One of the best ...more
This has sat in my in-box for a week festering and trying to get me to write about it. It has now succeeded. It’s the news that principle photography has started ...more
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes takes the ape Caesar and picks up his story around a decade after the end of 2011’s Rise of the Planet of the ...more
When I first read the synopsis of the film I got struck by a large amount of deja vu. It reminded me of a 2004 film, District 13. Produced by Luc ...more
From iconic robots to monsters
Written April 7, 2014
Last week I did a piece about iconic robots. That caused a bit of a storm over on facebook. This time I’ll be talking about monsters. Not any old ones but ...more
The first of the summer feel-good films hit my in-box earlier today and it gave me a small case of deja-vu. Reading the synopsis a film jumped straight to mind. That ...more
Happy April fools day
Written April 1, 2014
Today is April Fools Day, so why not write about that. Today is the anniversary of one of, if not, the greatest April 1 prank ever played on the world. It ...more
Happy birthday IBM System/360
Written April 8, 2014
Yesterday saw the 50th anniversary of the IBM System/360 mainframe. This was a major change in the way computers were used and are still being used to this day. This change ...more
Iconic robots
Written April 3, 2014
Science Fiction has many robots and computers but how many of them would you class as iconic? There are very few that fall into this category but I will give it ...more
Imola’s forgotten death
Written April 30, 2014
20 years ago two race drivers died at a F1 race weekend. One we all have heard of, the other probably not. One was Senna, the one that I’m not going ...more
Looking back at planet Earth
Written April 22, 2014
One upon a time a man wrote that space was big, really big… He wasn’t wrong, it is quite huge as the below 4 images will show. I am convinced that the ...more
New footage of Godzilla found
Written April 5, 2014
Not that long ago Warner Bros released a new, extended, trailer for the upcoming Godzilla movie. This one is the best one yet! That’s quite a hard thing to say considering ...more
Noel Clarke has now changed tack with his latest film, The Anomaly. Gone are the dramas of growing up that we saw in Kidulthood and its sequel, Adulthood. This time ...more
Poe, Hitler and boobies
Written April 11, 2014
This post had it’s origins in the below image and someone mentioning the first law on the list, Poe’s Law. That was one that I hadn’t heard of at the ...more

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