Star Trek: Lower Decks

The newest Trek series, Star Trek Lower Decks, an animated sci-fi/comedy show set on board the USS Cerritos with a focus on low ranking crew members is set to air in the US from August 6th. No international date has been set yet and with less than a month to go international fans are wondering... Continue Reading →

Thank You Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D!

With all this downtime my mental health has been getting worse. It was very bad pre-pandemic! I've tried lots of different things but one thing that does help is re-watching some of my favourite shows. I've found some almost impossible to watch at the moment. I don't know why but those that I have watched.... Continue Reading →

Space: Above and Beyond

Lockdown 2020: Like many people I've spent a bit of time binge watching TV shows. Unlike some, I'm watching shows from the past that I enjoy. Much of modern TV doesn't appeal to me. I've just finished a complete re-watch of Space: Above and Beyond created by Glen Morgan and James Wong (both of X-Files... Continue Reading →

Strange New Worlds Part 2

Since yesterday's announcement of another new live-action Star Trek series I've been doing lots of thinking about the possible potential of the new show. From what we already know its set 10 years prior to Kirk taking command of the Enterprise. I'm assuming for now that it's set in the period after the events of... Continue Reading →

Charlie’s Angels 2019

Firstly let me state that yes, I'm a man and I know this film wasn't really aimed at me. I totally understand why this film needed to be made, not that it needs validation from me as a man but that's the point- it's been a male-dominated world for too long and a change is... Continue Reading →

Charlie’s Angels

Next Friday, 29th November sees the release of a new Charlie's Angels movie. I'm hoping to be able to get out to see it if my head allows me. I'm looking forward to this film- I've been a fan of the show since the 1970s. In fact I still have my Charlie's Angels toy van... Continue Reading →

Doctor Who at 56!

Saturday 23rd November 1963- a little programme about a time travelling old man and his granddaughter first appeared on British TV. At the time, the execs at the BBC thought that it would flop due to the fact that President John F Kennedy had been assassinated the previous day by Dr Sam Beckett Gary Oldman... Continue Reading →

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