Nicolas Cage likes weird movies. Prisoners of the Ghostland is one such; but the weirdness comes at a price. There’s not that much plot, and it drags in the middle. But it’s sort of stylish. Steve liked it.
After a long, hot summer, Steve returns with two old black-and-white movie reviews. No, wait, the reviews are new… the movies are old! Read it while it’s fresh!
This week Steve examines two new genre TV shows on different networks. Superheroes seem to be playing a bigger role in TV than ever before. Are these new shows worth watching?
Steve talks about coincidence and reviews a couple of films. He didn’t find any five-flibbet films, but maybe you’ll like them better than he did.
Steve is not a big fan of the movie Aquaman. In fact, he’s not even a little fan of Aquaman; he thinks the movie s(t)inks!
This week Steve gives his personal opinion about TV SF/F. What does he watch and why? See if you watch the same things!
This week Steve tells you where to get even MORE GREAT SF/F for next to nothing! And if you were reading this column four years ago you might have read the rest. Just sayin’.
Comic Con in London is a star-studded, all-out geektacular three days of fun, food, celebrities, and costumes, costumes, and more costumes.
Wonder Woman is the movie we – and the DC universe – needed.
Steve watches lots of TV for YOU! He’s trying to save you from bad shows and point you to good shows. That’s how selfless he is. Why else would he put in the hours in front of a lighted box?
Of course there have been pets in science fiction shows, comics and novels for decades – Krypto in Superman, Muffit the Daggit in Battlestar Galactica, K-9 in Dr. Who, Graf in Alas, Babylon, Jonesy the cat in the first two Alien movies, Porthos the beagle in Star Trek Enterprise, Ein in Cowboy Bebop, just to name […]
You think Star Wars ruined the possibility for “legitimate science fiction” to appear on the big screen? Darren Slade suggests that you think again.
YA books-to-film are popular, but some series appear to be running out of steam. Steve checks out the “…ent” series and then runs on about some other movies. Do you agree with his assessments?
MCM Expo Comic Con goes to the Cosplayers!
Mandrake the Magician Vol. 1 brings back 80 years of memories and reminds us what real superheroes are supposed to be like.
This week Steve takes a second look at Marvel’s two most recent movies, Deadpool and Ant-Man, and finds one much better than the other… but YMMV! Also a couple of tips for writers who may be stuck.
These are the Four Color Heroes. They are meant to be bright primary colors – why are they do dark?
Steve jumps around a lot this week, from VCON to Steampunk Fashion Jewelry to the Philip K. Dick Bookbundle, and back again to Ed Howdershelt!
Crossplay: who says Captain America has to be a guy? Who says that only girls can dress up as Black Widow?
Suyperhero films: Marvel succeeds, DC fails. Could the difference be one of character?
Could DC be making a run at Marvel?
Can you take a pill for superhero movie fatigue?
A look at the various controversies surrounding the release of the soundtrack album for Hans Zimmer’s score to Interstellar
This week, Steve shares his love of 3D. How do YOU feel about 3D?
In part two of his superhero blog entry, Steve looks at Superman and others.
Who has the most iconic villains in the land? Read on to find out.
The Flash & Arrow openers sew confusion and gosh-wow!
Before Batman, there was Gotham. Before Gotham, there was the Gotham Preview.
This week the UK London listings and entertainment guide Time Out published part of an on-going series of genre by genre features on the 100 Best Films. The current one is ‘The 100 best sci-fi movies’. Gary Dalkin takes a look…
Without resorting to kryptonite, does Affleck’s Batman stand a chance against Cavill’s Superman?