• "Doctor Who" Humble Bundle for BBC Children in Need

    When purchasing the Doctor Who Humble Comics Bundle, in addition to furnishing your chosen digital device with an enviable Doctor Who comics library, you'll also be able to choose to donate any percentage of the Bundle's retail price to BBC Children In Need, which currently supports over 2,400 projects to help disadvantaged children and young people across the UK.
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  • Reviewing "Containment"

    I have never lived in a tower block/apartment building; part of the reasoning behind this is because I always saw them as perfect havens for disease vectors. This movie plays with that concept to a great degree, along with themes about not knowing your neighbors, fear of authority, isolation, and paranoia.   [Read more...]

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  • Star Trek documentary "Chaos on the Bridge" Available August 3

    In this documentary, writer, Director and acting legend William Shatner takes viewers inside the creation of Star Trek: The Next Generation, the bold attempt in 1986 to recreate the success of the original television series, through the eyes of the writers, producers, actors and executives who were involved.   [Read more...]

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  • New Animated Sci-Fi Comedy: "Ship Of Eagles"

    Wildseed Comedy has unveiled their latest show, Ship of Eagles, a new animated sci-fi comedy created, written and directed by Joel Veitch and David Shute, and executive produced by Wildseed Studios’ Miles Bullough and Jesse Cleverly. In the far future, mankind has spread throughout the stars. The Galactic Human Empire is ruled by a massive… [Continue Reading]

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  • BBC Creating Two Sci-Fi Documentaries for New Media

    My Life in Science Fiction is a new three-part documentary that will be viewable on BBC’s VoD and iPlayer service. This doc will act as a partner to the BBC2’s Dominic Sandbrook series called Tomorrow’s Worlds: The Unearthly History of Science Fiction in which the historian looks at the genre from a diagnostic point of… [Continue Reading]

    BBC Creating Two Sci-Fi Documentaries for New Media

Slice of SciFi Reviews

Reviewing "Containment"

I have never lived in a tower block/apartment building; part of the reasoning behind this is because I always saw them as perfect havens for disease vectors. This movie plays with that concept to a great degree, along with themes about not knowing your neighbors, fear of authority, isolation, and paranoia.   [Read more...]

Star Trek Phase II "Kitumba" - A Slice of SciFi Review

The long awaited next episode in James Cawley’s Star Trek Phase II has debuted online and fans will not be disappointed. Titled “Kitumba,” the story centers around the beginnings and development of the Klingon Empire as we have come to know it by the time of the Jean Luc Picard era of Trek. This episode […]

"The Wolverine" - A Slice of SciFi UK DVD/Blu-Ray Review

Larry Gold, a.k.a. Larry from Essex is a Slice of SciFi UK fan and regular viewer/listener of the show. He was able to view The Wolverine at a screening party this past weekend in London and has this special review of the DVD/Blu-ray release of the movie, including all the extras. And, we have an […]

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Television

Doctor Who Ratings Slip - Now the Blame Game Begins

One season with the new Doctor and at the close of it the verdict is in. Fans of Doctor Who still haven't totally warmed up to Peter Capaldi as the 12th (or 13th depending) Time Lord. It isn't that he's not a good fit for the role it is simply most fans are still infatuated […]

BBC Creating Two Sci-Fi Documentaries for New Media

My Life in Science Fiction is a new three-part documentary that will be viewable on BBC’s VoD and iPlayer service. This doc will act as a partner to the BBC2’s Dominic Sandbrook series called Tomorrow’s Worlds: The Unearthly History of Science Fiction in which the historian looks at the genre from a diagnostic point of […]

Coleman Leaving Doctor Who By Christmas?

If you can believe what is printed by Mirror and the sources from which they get their entertainment tips then this item may be of interest. Like its American counterpart The National Enquirer, many of the stories found between its pages and their online outlet have proven to be dubious at best, but even a […]

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Movies

Star Trek documentary "Chaos on the Bridge" Available August 3

In this documentary, writer, Director and acting legend William Shatner takes viewers inside the creation of Star Trek: The Next Generation, the bold attempt in 1986 to recreate the success of the original television series, through the eyes of the writers, producers, actors and executives who were involved.   [Read more...]

Nordic Fantasy Sci-Fi Film Listing

Nordic Fantasy Info has compiled what they believe is the world's largest list of upcoming sci-fi and fantasy films from the Nordic region. No less that 68 films and videos, with trailers, teaser art, posters and links. Their list includes short films, TV projects, DTV productions, big budget features, web video and low budget indies. […]

Beware the Night People

Night People is an Irish-made horror/science fiction movie which marks the feature film debut of writer/director Gerard Lough. A pair of high tech thieves break into a house with a dark past. Their story soon intertwines with two other sinister tall tales. The film stars Michael Parle (The Shadows), Jack Dean Shepherd (Darker Days), Claire […]

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Geeky, Funny and Weird

50 Things a Doctor Who Fan Should Know

A team of researchers with the Horror Channel have recently compiled a Doctor Who trivia style infographic called - 50 Things a Doctor Who Fan Should Know - which includes just that - 50 facts every Doctor Who fan should know. Did you find one you were not aware of? While you're visiting our good […]

Captain Quasar

The Amazing Adventures of Captain Quasar, a retro-themed science fiction parody can be summed up in three words -- cheese that works. Andy Buckland and his creative team are behind this wacky and irreverent homage to the 1950's and 1960's days of sci-fi on TV and in those Saturday matinees at the local neighborhood theaters. […]

Google Celebrates 50 Years Of "Doctor Who"

The search giant is ringing in the big day with a Google Doodle game.   [Read more...]

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