The Paladin Chronicles by B.W. Philpot Outskirts Press (2006) ISBN 1598005502 Reviewed by Debra Gaynor for Reader Views (11/06)In their search for knowledge the Elders find life on other planets. The...
A kick-ass detective, a world where people and buildings are disappearing, universes within universes, cloning, and multiple dimensions are some of the elements in Meter Made that will keep you turnin...
As far as I'm concerned, today's PC user falls into two camps; the savvy user and the non-savvy user. Whereas the savvy user might browse the internet with the Firefox browser and search using Google,...
There are those who deny Neil Armstrong walked on the moon and maintain the whole story was a government conspiracy. The idea that man could actually break away from our cradle of atmosphere and...
Science Fiction has become so much part of our culture that icons from it are all around us, in film, TV, computer games and music. Adoption into the mainstream makes science fiction both eas...
For most people, sci-fi is pure fantasy and a means to provide some escapism from the hum-drum of everyday life. Programmes such as Star Trek and Doctor Who have drawn legions of dedicated fans,...
Alan Gibson and Jeremy Paul's sequel to the cracking time travel comedy-drama The Flipside of Dominick Hide (1980). Although inferior to its predecessor and as such something of a disappointment, it ...
So, it turns out that flying saucers aren't occupied by little green men from outer space after all, but by time travelling civil servants from the year 2130. At least, that is according to this tele...
One can only sit back and wonder at what the world of England in 1981 must have been like. A world in which three hours of primetime Christmas television programming on BBC1 (not BBC2, mind) was set ...
It almost seems that Disney Pixar can't do anything wrong these days, and here they have created yet another wonderful film that is on par with the Incredibles. The film combines sadness with jubilati...