Star Trek: Live In Concert

Star Trek: Live in Concert is coming your way, with screenings of Star Trek (2009) and Star Trek Into Darkness accompanied by live symphony orchestra performances of Michael Giacchino’s scores. The Star Trek: Live in Concert tour will kick off in Europe next month with events in the UK and Switzerland, followed by U.S. premieres… [Continue Reading]

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Welcome To "The Machine"

In the midst of a new Cold War in the not-too-distant future two British scientific computer programmers create the world’s first self-aware, fully integrated conscious artificial intelligence. This new life-form, dubbed The Machine, is the ultimate new soldier that looks nothing like standard robotics. It looks, feels, sounds and smells fully human but with the… [Continue Reading]

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Under the Skin

If you are a human male reading this then you already knew that Scarlett Johansson is just too damned perfect to be a human being. Well, director Jonathan Glazer (Sexy Beast) has now given us all proof beyond any reasonable doubt. His new British/USA collaboration Under the Skin, which has been a decade in the… [Continue Reading]

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Black Angel - Found, Restored, Featured

The lost short film Black Angel has been found and will be seen for the first time since 1980. The short fantasy film was originally seen on the big screen as a warm up to the first screening of George Lucas’ debut of Star Wars V: The Empire Strikes Back. Seen mainly in the UK… [Continue Reading]

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Back To The Future Heading to the Stage

The highly successful Michael J. Fox/Christopher Lloyd Back to the Future movie is heading for the stage. Stage director Jamie Lloyd (Macbeth) has been tapped to co-write and direct the venerated classic and will be bringing it to the West End stage in the form of a musical. Onboard with Lloyd are the film’s original… [Continue Reading]

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Television

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Malcolm Tierney Remembered

One of Britain’s greatest character actors has died at age 75 from pulmonary fibrosis. Malcolm Tierney, known to Doctor Who fans as Doland in the 1980’s incarnation of the series made his mark on the big and small screen as well as the stage. For cinema and television Tierney was seen in everything from the […]

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13th Doctor Who's New Outfit

Here is your first look at the new Doctor's suit. Each actor that has played the Doctor has had their own unique style of dress and Peter Capaldi will be no exception to that rule. The biggest surprise? Wing-tipped shoes are back. Fantastic! I can now break mine out of hibernation. Check out the new […]

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Familiar Faces Return to Doctor Who Series 8

Some familiar faces will be returning to aid the new Doctor on his continuing journey throughout space and time. Among those paying a visit (or two) in series 8 are Silurian Madame Vastra played by Neve McIntosh, her human assistant and lover Jenny Flint portrayed by Catrin Stewart and the ever irascible but lovable Sontaran […]

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Movies

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Welcome To "The Machine"

In the midst of a new Cold War in the not-too-distant future two British scientific computer programmers create the world’s first self-aware, fully integrated conscious artificial intelligence. This new life-form, dubbed The Machine, is the ultimate new soldier that looks nothing like standard robotics. It looks, feels, sounds and smells fully human but with the […]

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Under the Skin

If you are a human male reading this then you already knew that Scarlett Johansson is just too damned perfect to be a human being. Well, director Jonathan Glazer (Sexy Beast) has now given us all proof beyond any reasonable doubt. His new British/USA collaboration Under the Skin, which has been a decade in the […]

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Black Angel - Found, Restored, Featured

The lost short film Black Angel has been found and will be seen for the first time since 1980. The short fantasy film was originally seen on the big screen as a warm up to the first screening of George Lucas’ debut of Star Wars V: The Empire Strikes Back. Seen mainly in the UK […]

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Slice of SciFi Reviews

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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 […]

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"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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"Hollow Earth - Bone Quill" - A Slice of SciFi Book Review

As I suspected during my review of the first book from John and Carole Barrowman, “Hollow Earth,” there is much more to their story and it continues with the second book in the series titled “Hollow Earth - Bone Quill.” The adventures of Matt and Emily Calder, the twin siblings who are gifted Animare continues. […]

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Books & Comics News

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Sneak Peak: New Doctor Who Covers for Titan Comics

Following last month’s announcement that Titan Comics will publish Doctor Who comics, we wanted to give you a sneak peek at the issue #1 covers and creator details for the brand-new DOCTOR WHO: THE TENTH DOCTOR series and DOCTOR WHO: THE ELEVENTH DOCTOR series: DOCTOR WHO: THE TENTH DOCTOR #1 Regular cover by Alice X. […]

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Neil Gaiman Attacks Malaria

One of our most prolific science fiction scribes, Neil Gaiman put down his pen and picked up a new challenge, battling Malaria. “Lost Tails” is Gaiman’s comic strip from the 1980’s in a special collection available for digital download for iPad via the SEQUENTIAL Graphic Novel App. Neil also contributed a rare interview, writings, musings […]

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Free Digital Graphic Novel of Neil Gaiman's Lost Tales

London - British author Neil Gaiman is a phenomenon, with an international fanbase, nearly two million Twitter followers and a string of best-selling books and graphic novels to his name. Today, Knockabout Comics, publishers of comics legends including Gilbert Shelton, Robert Crumb and Alan Moore, and SEQUENTIAL, the digital graphic novel iPad app, announce the […]

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Science and Technology News

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Virgin Galactic's Enterprise Rocket Powered Test Flight

Richard Branson has named his first commercially offered spacecraft the Enterprise and there is an introduction by Richard in video #2 and the exciting videos of the first and second rocket powered test flight of this uniquely genuine spaceship. Even the craft's two adaptable and adjustable wing-spans look sort of like nacelles from a distance […]

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Earth View From Saturn's Rings

On July 19, 2013 a rare and significant event took place almost unexpectedly. Members of the planet Earth got a view of their planet from a long, long ways out in the solar system. The NASA Cassini Spacecraft shot an image of a close up of Saturn's rings and at the same time caught a […]

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Would You Add Google To Your Brain?

Author Ramez Naam recently spoke on the history and future of human computer interaction as part of the Google Talks/Authors@Google series.

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Geeky, Funny and Weird

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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. […]

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Google Celebrates 50 Years Of "Doctor Who"

The search giant is ringing in the big day with a Google Doodle game.

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"Beam Me Up Scotty"

21st Century transporter technology. {Click HERE to View Transporter Video} Were you able to figure out how this was done before the end of the video?

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Convention Reports

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Course of the Force 2013

With just a few days to go fans around the world (and other worlds) are getting excited for the start of Course of the Force, the week long light-saber relay/traveling Star Wars sideshow that is guaranteed to delight. Sign up for Course of the Force, the lightsaber relay from Skywalker Ranch to Comic-Con International in […]

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Kathleen Kennedy, President, Lucasfilm, Scheduled to Appear at Star Wars Celebration Europe this July in Essen, Germany

Kathleen Kennedy, the President of Lucasfilm and producer of Star Wars Episode VII, will make her inaugural Star Wars Celebration appearance in Essen this July.

Con 9 From Outer Space – Melbourne, Australia

Con 9 From Outer Space grew out of dissatisfaction with the way ...

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