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TV Review: ‘Lucifer: Love Handles’
SCIENCEFICTION.COM This is why we can’t have nice things. Hot off the kiss heard round LA, when Chloe threw caution to the wind/took a leap of faith/add... 58 minutes
This Rotten Week: Predicting Gold, A Dog's Purpose and Resident Evil: The Final Chapter Reviews
CINEMA BLEND January has never been the greatest... 2 days
reviewing split Reviewing “Split”
SLICE OF SCI-FI VIDEO Noah and Daren had a few reservations about Split, the latest project from M. Night Shyamalan, but the performance of James McAvoy was almost enough to surpass the let-down of the same old trick ending.   [Read more...] 3 days
TV Review: ‘Grimm: Oh Captain My Captain’
SCIENCEFICTION.COM “You will face yourself again In a moment of terror.” The worm has finally turned. Backs against the wall, Nick and the... 3 days
To 3D Or Not To 3D: Buy The Right xXx: The Return of Xander Cage Ticket
CINEMA BLEND If you're looking for... 4 days
reviewing xxx the return of xander cage Reviewing “xXx: The Return of Xander Cage”
SLICE OF SCI-FI VIDEO The film managed to tie together elements from the previous two films and Vin Diesel was incredible in his action scenes. If you like him and you like any of his movies, you’ll love... 4 days
TV Review: ‘The Big Bang Theory: The Romance Recalibration’
SCIENCEFICTION.COM   Well, sadly, I feel the phenomenal streak ‘The Big Bang Theory’ had been on this season may... 4 days
first official trailer for i don t feel at home in this world anymore First Official Trailer for 'I Don't Feel at Home in This World Anymore'
FIRSTSHOWING.NET VIDEO "So furious!" Netflix has unveiled the first trailer for the feature directorial debut of actor Macon Blair (seen in Green Room and... 4 days
The White King film review: within-reach dystopia
SCI FI NOW Dystopian sci-fi The White King might not be too far away from reality 4 days
The White King review: within-reach dystopia
SCI FI NOW Dystopian sci-fi The White King might not be too far away from reality 4 days
The Dark Tower: The Gunslinger Born Omnibus
SFF WORLD **This is the first entry in what will be a series of reviews on Stephen King’s Dark Tower universe, starting with the... 5 days
TV Review: ‘Con Man’ Season 2 Episodes 209 And 210
SCIENCEFICTION.COM I had a feeling it was going to be difficult to keep the momentum going after... 5 days
Massacre Of Mankind by Stephen Baxter book review
SCI FI NOW Read our review of War Of The Worlds sequel The Massacre Of Mankind 6 days
A Series Of Unfortunate Events review: wonderfully dismal
SCI FI NOW The Baudelaire children get more than they bargained for in this witty saga 6 days
TV Review: ‘Lucifer: Stewardess Interruptus’
SCIENCEFICTION.COM After a month of waiting, we finally find out whether Chloe and Lucifer take a step towards being something more than friends and colleagues as Lucifer... 1 week
The Bye Bye Man film review – Don’t think it, don’t say it, don’t see it?
SCI FI NOW Is The Bye Bye Man another January horror disaster or a pleasant surprise? 1 week
Split film review: 24 Shades of McAvoy
SCI FI NOW James McAvoy stretches himself in M Night Shyamalan's Split 1 week
Ever Wonder How ‘The Defenders’ Ended Up On Netflix?
SCIENCEFICTION.COM Netflix’s Marvel TV shows have had some of the most positive reviews from the company to date and... 1 week
Weekend Box Office (01/13-01/15): MLK Weekend Strikes Again! Everything Bombed
SCIENCEFICTION.COM ‘Hidden Figures’ continued to clean up for a second weekend in a row.  Possibly fueled by... 1 week
TV Review: ‘Grimm: Trust Me Knot’
SCIENCEFICTION.COM Man is not what he thinks he is, He is what he hides. Trapped like rats as a former ally closes in on them,... 1 week
This Rotten Week: Predicting The Founder, Split, xXx: The Return Of Xander Cage Reviews And More
CINEMA BLEND We've got four movies... 1 week
In Calabria by Peter S Beagle book review
SCI FI NOW Here's what we thought of In Calabria, the new novel from Peter S Beagle 1 week
The Young Pope Review: HBO's New Drama Is Surprisingly Miraculous
CINEMA BLEND HBO is kicking off 2017 with Jude Law's papal radical in The Young Pope, and it... 1 week
SFFWorld Archive: The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss
SFF WORLD Occasionally we resurrect old reviews to show what we thought of a book when it was... 2 weeks
Looking Back: Jeremy Picks the 10 Best Soundtracks/Scores of 2016
FIRSTSHOWING.NET More often than not a good soundtrack in a movie can be just as captivating as the visuals in which it accompanies. We live within the world of... 2 weeks
reviewing the bye bye man Reviewing “The Bye Bye Man”
SLICE OF SCI-FI VIDEO The Bye Bye Man is a pretty unique origin story-once you get past the name-for its boogie man. It’s actually a pretty freaky and believable concept-in the I believe in scare folktales as fact kind of way-but it... 2 weeks
Watch: New Red Band Trailer for Acclaimed Cannibal Indie Film 'Raw'
FIRSTSHOWING.NET "A deliciously fevered stew of nightmare fuel." Focus World has debuted a juicy red band trailer for a highly acclaimed indie drama titled Raw, which played... 2 weeks
Dwayne Johnson And ‘Shazam!’ Producer Hiram Garcia Promise Big News Is Coming
SCIENCEFICTION.COM Warner Brothers announced an ambitious slate of movies based on DC Comics properties.  (WB owns DC.)  But the franchise is off to a rocky start... 2 weeks
Under A Watchful Eye by Adam Nevill book review
SCI FI NOW Take a trip into the wyrd world of magic in Under A Watchful Eye 2 weeks
Defender by GX Todd book review
SCI FI NOW We review Defender, the debut novel from GX Todd 2 weeks
will smith might star in tim burton s dumbo and no this is not a joke Will Smith Might Star in Tim Burton's Dumbo, and No, This Is Not a Joke
GIZMODO After the mixed reviews of Suicide... 2 weeks
the cowboy bebop movie is back under 10 The Cowboy Bebop Movie Is Back Under $10
GIZMODO Cowboy Bebop has one of the most popular anime in the western hemisphere over the last couple of decades, and... 2 weeks
The Church and The Sect Blu-ray reviews – Michele Soavi’s weird nightmares
SCI FI NOW Demons, devil cults, gore and rabbits: Michele Soavi's The Church and The Sect come to Blu-ray 2 weeks
Underworld 5 film review: let the Blood Wars begin
SCI FI NOW Selene is back in the game in Underworld: Blood Wars 2 weeks
The Heart Of What Was Lost by Tad Williams book review
SCI FI NOW Tad Williams returns to the world of Memory, Sorrow And Thorn 2 weeks
RoseBlood by AG Howard book review
SCI FI NOW Read our review of RoseBlood, the new novel from AG Howard 2 weeks
This Rotten Week: Predicting Sleepless, The Bye Bye Man And Monster Trucks Reviews
CINEMA BLEND There are three movies hitting the screen this week and 0% of them are worth getting excited about. We've got Sleepless, The... 2 weeks
Donnie Darko Blu-ray review: Still strong 15 years on?
SCI FI NOW We revisit Richard Kelly's cult classic Donnie Darko 2 weeks
TV Review: ‘Grimm: Fugitive’
SCIENCEFICTION.COM “Maybe this world is another planet’s hell.” Well, faithful Grimmsters, we’ve arrived at the final season of Grimm. Thirteen episodes to determine who wins Portland: Nick Burkhart or former police Captain/now Mayor Sean Renard. As it stands, an hour into... 2 weeks
Reviewing “A Monster Calls”
SLICE OF SCI-FI I’m not one to openly shed tears during a movie screening but every now and then a rare film manages to capture my soul and squeeze every tear drop out. In 2016, that movie was A Monster Calls.   [Read... 2 weeks
Book Review: ‘The Devil Crept In’ By Ania Ahlborn
SCIENCEFICTION.COM ‘The Devil Crept In’ is the latest work by Ania Ahlborn and mixes family, a child’s disappearance, and pure horror. Ahlborn is once again on top of her game and... 3 weeks
TV Review: ‘The Big Bang Theory: The Holiday Summation’
SCIENCEFICTION.COM   ‘The Big Bang Theory’ came back from the holiday this week, and they had a lot of catching up to do. Literally. Breaking the standard format of the show,... 3 weeks
Reviewing “Hidden Figures”
SLICE OF SCI-FI Hidden Figures is about the hidden role of black women in NASA in the early sixties. It was going to have to work hard not to be enjoyable since I love history and movies about the space program. The story... 3 weeks
Movie Review: ‘Hidden Figures’
SCIENCEFICTION.COM Watch enough movies about the space race and you’ll be convinced that Americans got off the planet and ultimately to the moon through the efforts of a lot of nerdy white guys with flat-top haircuts. It took way too long... 3 weeks
The Guyver Blu-ray review: no, it’s not him
SCI FI NOW Mark Hamill stars in cult 90s horror The Guyver 3 weeks
Emerald City Review: New Series Takes The Wizard Of Oz Someplace New And You Might Not Be Ready For It
CINEMA BLEND If you're a fan of the original 1939... 3 weeks
Trollhunters review: Does Del Toro deliver?
SCI FI NOW Monsters get animated in Guillermo del Toro's Trollhunters 3 weeks
Man In The High Castle Season 2 review: Back for more
SCI FI NOW Battle lines are drawn in The Man In The High Castle Season 2 3 weeks
First Trailer for Indie 'Una' Starring Rooney Mara & Ben Mendelsohn
FIRSTSHOWING.NET "This is my life! I had to fight for this..." A trailer has debtued for an indie drama adapted from a stage play called "Blackbird". The... 3 weeks
Class Blu-ray review: Coal Hill in crisis
SCI FI NOW Meet the newest denizens of the Doctor Who universe in Class 3 weeks
Reviewing “Split”
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First Official Trailer for 'I Don't Feel at Home in This World Anymore'
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Reviewing “The Bye Bye Man”
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