Review by Michael Goleniewski
“From zombies in Restoration London, to Hell gatecrashing a funeral, rogue Time Agent Captain John Hart leads the universe to rack and ruin in four new adventures written by David Llewellyn” Continue reading
For many years, the casino has been a popular place to have some fun and spend an evening indoors – away from the January rain. Games like Roulette, Poker and Blackjack have been immensely popular for decades, and that is because of the unique thrill of playing games for real money.
Written, directed, edited by and starring Kevin Smith – ‘rebooting’ his 2001 comedy Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back; Smith has described Jay & Silent Bob Reboot as “literally the same fuсking movie all over again”. It is the seventh film in the View Askewniverse. The film also stars Jason Mewes, Harley Quinn Smith and features many cameos including Jason Lee, Brian O’Halloran, Ben Affleck , Chris Hemsworth and Matt Damon. The film is now out on DVD, BluRay and VOD in UK – including this exclusive limited edition Blu-Ray release from HMV (Region 2 UK release).
Review by Jacob Licklider
As a spin-off series, The Diary of River Song is one which has perhaps relied the most on it’s connections to Doctor Who as a parent show. The first four series were promoted by prominently featuring the Fourth through Eighth Doctors, Series Five featured four distinct incarnations of the Master, and Series Six heavily featured the eras of the first four Doctors revisiting classic stories in prequels, mid-quels, or sequels.
Doctor Who: The Collection’ returns with Season 14, featuring Tom Baker as the iconic Time Lord.
Sony Pictures today released the upcoming Morbius movie trailer, confirming the studio’s Spider-Man villain films are in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Review by Ian McArdell
The television series of Star Cops ended with Commander Nathan Spring posing a question: “Anyone for Mars?”. Now firmly established from a base on the Moon, the ISPF’s remit was set to encompass Mars in a second series. While the show on television never quite made it, fresh from their investigation into the terrorist organisation ‘Mother Earth’, Big Finish’s superb audio continuation of the show has finally made good on that offer. Continue reading
However, there was one big reveal on the episode that has fans talking; when the character of ‘O’ played by Sacha Dhawan was revealed to be classic Doctor Who villian ‘The Master’. The Master had not been seen since the face-off between his female incarnation ‘Missy’ and a previous incarnation (played by John Simm) during the Series 10 Finale.