Define Dancing: A Discussion of Wall-E and How it Presents a Hopefulness for the Future…

Warning! Warning! The following is a discussion of Wall-E and so contains an extensive reference to the movie along with related material from Pixar Contains major spoilers. Read ahead at your own risk… This week we’re looking at the film Wall-E a film I’ve been wanting to talk about for the past couple of months […]

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“A Long Time Ago, in a Galaxy Far, Far, Away”: A Discussion of How Fantasy intersects with Science Fiction…

Warning! Warning! This following discussion contains extensive reference to Star Wars, Time Bandits, DC Comics and Samuri Jack along with related material and so contains minor spoilers. Read ahead at your own risk… So this topic is slightly late this week but I needed sometime off to relax without writing for a bit. I probably […]

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“Open the Pod bay doors, Hal”: A discussion of 2001 – A Space Odyssey, evolution and the battle of humanity versus technology…

Warning! Warning! This following discussion discusses extensively my thoughts on the film and related material and so contains  major spoilers for 2001 – A Space Odyssey. Read ahead at your own risk… I’m going to preface this retrospective by saying, Space Odyssey is one of the best looking movies ever made and as a fan […]

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Temporal Agents, Reshaping the Past and Learning to Love yourself: A Discussion of the predestination paradox with Predestination…

Warning! Warning! This following is discussion extensively my thoughts on the predestination paradox and so contains major spoilers for Predestination. Read ahead at your own risk… So seeing we are talking about the concept of the predestination paradox what better film to talk about then Predestination, another favourite Sci-fi film that may have gone under […]

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“28 days, 6 hours, 42 minutes and 12 seconds, that is when the world will end”: A discussion of Donnie Darko and the predestination paradox…

Warning! Warning! This following is discussion extensively my thoughts on the predestination paradox and so contains major spoilers for Donnie Darko. Read ahead at your own risk… I’m going to preface this retrospective by saying Donnie Darko is one of my favourite films of all-time. I even took to watching both versions of this movie […]

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“To boldly go where no-one has gone before”: a discussion on the Star Trek franchise and the future of intergalactic travel…

Warning! Warning! This following discussion discusses extensively my thoughts on the concept of intergalactic travel and so contains spoilers for all Star Trek related media such as Television and films. Read ahead at your own risk… Star date: 72312.1, it’s week 3 of my warp-jump into blogging to bring you weekly nerdy goodness from the […]

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The Fear of the Unknown: A Discussion on How Sci-Fi can be used to Horrify an Audience…

Warning! Warning! This following discussion discusses extensively my thoughts on the Sci-Fi Horror and so contains spoilers for The Thing, Invasion of the Body Snatchers, Annihilation and Doctor Who. Read ahead at your own risk… Horror has always been in some way a big part of Science Fiction ever since the beginning in novels and […]

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In Space no one can Hear you Scream: A discussion of the Alien franchise and other Horrors in the Sci-fi genre…

It’s 1979, Star Wars has broken hundreds of box-office records and 20th Century Fox was at a high-point, looking for a new Science Fiction movie that’s where Alien came in. This Halloween, I wanted to talk one of my favourite movies, the Sci-Fi Horror classic. Be warned there are major spoilers here for the movie, it […]

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