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Doctor Who Return Date by Robert T. Trate, News Editor
(January 29, 2013)
The BBC has finally announced the return date for Doctor Who. Matt Smith and his new companion Jenna-Louise Coleman, will continue their adventures March 30th. Until then, and throughout the year, BBC America is airing special Doctor Who Revisited Specials

Continuum: Wasting Time Review by Chuck Francisco, Columnist and Critic
(January 29, 2013)
guess middling science fiction is better than good normal television programming. Or at least that's the bill of goods I'm trying to sell myself. Continuum extends it's trend of focusing more on the uncompelling aspects instead of the teasing us with vagu

The Walking Dead: Not Afraid - Trailer by Robert T. Trate, News Editor
(January 28, 2013)


Clone Wars: Shades of Reason Review by Robert T. Trate, Columnist and Critic
(January 28, 2013)
The time has come for Lord Maul (Sam Witwer) and Pre Vizsla (Jon Favreau) to put their plan into effect. With the backing of the Hutts, the Pykes, and Black Sun; Maul and Vizsla will now take back Mandalore. Maul’s plan is make savors out of Vizsla and h

TV Wasteland: Calling all Heroes! by Rob Vaux, Writer
(January 28, 2013)
We don’t talk much about PBS series like Pioneers of Television out here. We loves us the PBS, but – the odd BBC import notwithstanding – they don’t offer lot of genre programming. This week’s installment of Pioneers merits mention, however. It l

Spartacus War of the Damned: Enemies of Rome Review by Tim Janson, Columnist and Critic
(January 27, 2013)
Any idea that Spartacus: War of the Damned might be the same old Spartacus (not that that would be a bad thing) was erased in the opening scene as a sprawling battlefield unfolded before our eyes. Gone are the confines are of the gladiator ludus in Capua

From the Vault: Made for TV Horror Films by Tim Janson, Columnist and Critic
(January 27, 2013)
Today, made-for-TV horror movies boil down to cheapo flicks on the SyFy network featuring has-been actors (if you’re lucky). But this was not always the case. The 1970s was the golden age of made-for-tv horrors. You had only three networks and a handf

Walking Dead: Fight to the Death by Robert T. Trate , AMC
(January 25, 2013)
AMC is taking out all the stops and hyping up the return of The Walking Dead. Check out this new TV Spot called “Fight to the Death”.

Bates Motel Trailer by Robert T. Trate , News Editor
(January 25, 2013)
Check out this new trailer from A&E on their Bates Motel Mini-Series. It is not only a trailer but a behind the scenes look with the cast and crew.

Arrow: Trust But Verify Review by Tim Janson, Columnist and Critic
(January 25, 2013)
Arrow backtracked a bit this week into not so enjoyable territory with an episode that dealt to much on relationship issues and for the second straight week featured a less than compelling villain.

Supernatural: LARP and the Real Girl Review by Tim Janson, Columnist and Critic
(January 25, 2013)
There are two very distinct types of Supernatural episodes which I think explains why the show has managed to survive into its 8th season. There is Supernatural and Supernatural Light. Despite a sense of death which hangs over the show…despite losing a

The Walking Dead: Lead Me Home Promo by Robert T. Trate , News Editor
(January 24, 2013)
AMC has released a new promo for the return of The Walking Dead. In this promo, titled “Lead Me Home”, we see how far our characters have come and maybe even a hint of what will happen next.

Continuum: Fast Times Review by Chuck Francisco, Columnist and Critic
(January 23, 2013)
Another week comes and goes, and again we're given a sizable helping of middling story telling gussied up with some interesting science fiction tech. The focus is split down two branching paths during the episode. One we don't follow far enough for satisfa

DOCTOR WHO REVISTED: WILLIAM HARTNELL by Robert T. Trate , News Editor
(January 22, 2013)
Are you ready for some great Doctor Who for all of 2013? This year is DOCTOR WHO's 50th Anniversary. Each month, BBC AMERICA will take the TARDIS back in time with brand new specials on all eleven Doctors.

The Clone Wars: Shades of Reason Clips by Robert T. Trate , News Editor
(January 22, 2013)
In this preview clip from Star Wars: The Clone Wars we see just how Maul plans to take Mandalore. It seems easy but we all know Darth Sidious will get involved.

Mania Interview: WARREN MURPHY by Tim Janson, Columnist and Critic
(January 22, 2013)
In 1963, two writers, Warren Murphy and Richard Sapir set out to write an action novel. It took them 8 years to finally sell their book but in 1971, Created: The Destroyer was released, introducing the world to Remo Williams and his mentor Chiun, the mast

Clone Wars: Eminence Review by Robert T. Trate , Columnist and Critic
(January 21, 2013)
After what seems like an eternity, Star Wars: The Clone Wars has return to where we initially started this season. Maul (Sam Witwer) and Savage Opress (Clancy Brown) are drifting in space after their narrow escape from the Jedi. They are found by none othe

TV Wasteland: Asylum on Fire by Rob Vaux, Writer
(January 21, 2013)
American Horror Story: Asylum ends its second season tonight. If it’s anything like the first season finale, we’re in for a wild ride. The show is based on the notion of a series of one-shot seasons, which means they could literally kill everyone on We

Fringe: Liberty/An Enemy of Fate Review by Michael Henley, TV Critic
(January 20, 2013)
So here we are. The end of Fringe. It’s been a crazy trip through parallel universes, drugs, alternate timelines, bizarre twists, gross-out body horror and resonant emotional debris, and so its perhaps only fitting that the two final hours of Fringe, “

From the Vault: Kolchak by Tim Janson, Columnist and Critic
(January 20, 2013)
We have heard of one-hit wonders in music but there can also be one-hit wonders when it comes to TV shows. Those are the shows that for whatever reasons just never caught on beyond a single season yet would go on to become cult classics. For a certain yo

Supernatural: Torn and Frayed Review by Tim Janson, Columnist and Critic
(January 19, 2013)
Despite the title of the midseason premiere of Supernatural, this episode didn’t seem to be about things torn & frayed as much as it did tying up or eliminating loose ends. Sam and Dean both have decided to jettison some personal emotional baggage to st

Arrow: Burned Review by Tim Janson, Columnist and Critic
(January 18, 2013)
As you will recall, Arrow ended its first half season on a high note with perhaps its best episode to date. So how would the second half premiere hold up?

Syfy Cancels Alphas by Robert T. Trate , News Editor
(January 17, 2013)
Another Sci-Fi show on the SyFy channel bites the dust. The Hollywood Reporter posted that Alphas will not be returning. The Hollywood Reporter stated: “The cable network has canceled the one-hour drama created by Zak Penn and Michael Karnow, which cente

Clone Wars: Eminence Clips by Robert T. Trate , News Editor
(January 16, 2013)
Lucasfil Ltd. and Cartoon Network have released two new clips from this week’s Star Wars: The Clone Wars titled “Eminence”. Here we see Deathwatch’s first encounter with the Sith Brothers, Darth Maul and Savage Opress.

Continuum: A Stitch in Time Review by Chuck Francisco, Columnist and Critic
(January 15, 2013)
Time travel. There's no other form of speculative scientific fiction which prompts such serious discussion and hypothetically fueled conjecture. With so many possible forms and repercussions, from the many worlds theory to the grandfather paradox, time tra

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