Monthly Archive:: December 2016

Godzilla Resurgence

The king of the monsters, the ancient alpha predator, Godzilla has had a long and successful life since his (sometimes her) first appearance in IshirĊ Honda’s eponymous 1954
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Passengers

The sleeper ship has long been a staple of science fiction literature, recently in Adrian Tchaikovsky’s Clarke Award winning Children of Time, and science fiction cinema, the Nostromo,
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The OA

The medium of dramatic television is perhaps the most ubiquitous of the modern world, less than a hundred years old yet with a saturated presence not only in
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Rogue One

The phrases “Star Wars” and “prequels” do not often sit well together, George Lucas’ second trilogy of films released between 1999 and 2005 faced with the impossible weight
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Spectral

War drives technological advance. The easiest way to beat the enemy is to have bigger guns than they possess. The most conclusive victories are over those who have
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