A sparse and filmic piece of science fiction, The Silent Sea is beautiful and atmospheric but also at various points generic and even derivative. I take a deep dive into Korea’s most mainstream piece of science fiction television. … More Korean sci-fi: The Silent Sea review
A guest post on the lazy costuming in the Time Meddler from my Doctor Who watchmate, Eazal. … More The Time Meddler Guest Post: Mediaeval Clothing
The premise of The Space Museum involves an original and complex temporal theory so it is ironic that this is not the reason the story makes little sense. It’s in its overall plotting that it falls down, not in the time loop that underpins it. … More Space Museum: Doctor Who S2, Serial 7
Both iconic, ridiculous, profound and flabby, The Dalek Invasion of Earth remains the most influential episode of classic Who. The Daleks are (inexplicably back) and they want Earth! … More The Dalek Invasion of Earth: Doctor Who S2, Serial 2
If I was in Elysium, I wouldn’t want to let those ratbags in either Unnamed relative, circa 2013 It’s an enduring image of the Trump election campaign at the end 2020. In a year marked by Black Lives Matter protests – and in the middle of a pandemic – Trump supporters danced it up in … More When Art Fails to Teach
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