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Doctor Who Hell Bent Review

By | 10/12/2015

Ok, this is it, the grand finale. The Doctor has escaped his imprisonment in the confession dial and is back on Gallifrey. It turns out that Gallifrey has been hiding in the far future near the end of the universe. Rassilon is still in charge but he doesn’t look like Timothy Dalton any more. The Doctor… Read More »

The 100 – first thoughts

By | 17/08/2014

I decided to give a new CW TV show called The 100 a go. On first glance it should appeal to me. It’s set in a post-nuclear holocaust future where Earth had been rendered uninhabitable. The only survivors of humanity live on an orbiting space station called the Ark. Some prisoners – the 100 of… Read More »

Battlestar Galactica Vault preview

By | 11/08/2014

While browsing some online book shops today I made a discovery that immediately goes onto my “I will buy this” list. A new publication with the slightly unwieldy title Battlestar Galactica Vault: The Complete History of the Series, 1978-2012 by Paul Ruditis goes on sale on 23 October 2014, at least in the UK Here’s… Read More »

Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Box Set

By | 25/07/2014

This is nice. A new “limited edition” box set of just about all the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary content has just been revealed. And that’s a lot. The main features are The Name of the Doctor, The Night of the Doctor, The Day of the Doctor and The Time of the Doctor. ‘Name’ was the… Read More »

Star Trek Starships Collection 25 USS Prometheus

By | 13/07/2014

It seems like ages since I last did a post on the Star Trek Starships Collection. Probably because it has been ages. In the meantime my subscription has continued with two new models arriving every four weeks. I still have grumbles with the quality of the build and usually find something ‘wonky’ to criticise on… Read More »

Licence to Kill at 25

By | 26/06/2014

It’s a bit of a shock to realise that Licence to Kill is now 25 years old. Back in the summer of 1989 it was the 16th official Bond movie and the second to feature Timothy Dalton after his debut in 1987’s The Living Daylights. His arrival in the role marked a change of direction… Read More »