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In this week's viewing: The new season kicks off and it's all over the place. Robots! Vampires! Time travel! Ancient fantasy! And more!
Spring, when an otaku's fancy turns to new series...
A new release from Nightshade books - a vampire anthology edited by John Joseph Adams
Scide Splitters reviews seven fun filled cases from the files of Dan Shamble, Zombie Private Investigator.
Hunting Monsters Is My Business – The Mordecai Slate Stories is an action packed collection reminiscent to the pulp classic dime store novels with a morbid twist of supernatural mystery and intrigue.
Gary Dalkin completes his survey of the books he read in 2014
Steve discusses two top thriller writers, Billie Sue Mosiman and Dean R. Koontz. Are their new books good?
A report on and a photo gallery from the VII International Colloquium for Fiction Fantastic held at the Center for Literary Studies Antonio Cornejo Polar Lima - Peru
A breath of fresh air wafts through the fetid vampiric stench...maybe something new is coming along
What do you call a finale in which nothing gets resolved? In the case of "The Master" and The Strain I call it the end to a bad season of TV.
With just one episode left before the season finale, "Last Rites" ties up loose ends and fills in backgrounds as it builds towards a conclusion.
Welcome to the second part of an extensive interview with, Nina Allan who over the last decade has established herself as one of the UK’s most imaginative and compelling writers. This time we discuss some of the more the specifically science fictional aspects of her debut novel, The Race, as well as maps, Hastings, the best vampire film in years, fracking, politics, the planet, language, communication and much more.
Can a show be scary when the audience can't take the villain seriously? That and the outcomes of bad special effects in this week's recap of The Strain.
How do two concepts from Greek drama relate to "Loved Ones," latest episode of The Strain?
Science fiction and fantasy’s only annual humor anthology returns with stories from Robert Silverberg, Mike Resnick, Tim Pratt, Piers Anthony, Kevin J. Anderson, Jody Lynn Nye, and more.
In an episode of The Strain focused on character, the person who's supposed to b the most despicable turns out to be the most interesting.
The addition of a strong structure and exciting action—things lacking in the series to date—make this the best episode of The Strain so far.
Steve reviews a book and a movie that he enjoyed.
The Strain often gets referred to as dumb fun by its fans, but this episode is long on one of those qualities, with the other vitally absent.
About three quarters of the way through “Runaways,” the fifth episode of The Strain, Season 1, a man who cleans up messes for the rich and famous shows up at Goth rocker Simon Bolivar’s townhouse.
Ever been forced to watch a chorus that's off key...? Episode 4 of The Strain is kinda like that.
The third time isn’t quite a charm for the first season of The Strain, but in its third episode the series shows its first signs of promising life.
Hmmm. Watching grass grow is boring. But, The Strain?
With so many vampires (vampyres) to choose from, you're bound to find one that tastes just right!
There’s nothing classical about The Strain’s take on bloodsuckers....
Death, panic and confusion reign as True Blood winds down.
The Strain is coming to FX. Here's what we know.
Yes, it may be time for True Blood to go, but here's hoping it will go out with a bite!
True Blood is coming to an end.