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sci-fi Tag Archive

Living With Yourself

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Emy Moore reviews the new Netflix Original, Living with Yourself, starring Paul Rudd (twice!)...

Memory Card: the husks of Mass Effect

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Stacey Henley recalls one of gaming's most uniquely terrifying enemies - the Husks of Mass Effect....

The takeover of de-aging in film

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Freya Gilbert discusses the merits and problems with the use of de-aging in film....

Mirror Image: Please Stand By (2017)

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Harriet Shaw examines the Dakota Fanning flick Please Stand By and the representation of autism in cinema....

2089: A Future with no Secrets?

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Culture editor Alex Moore talks to Miles M. Hudson about 2089, his new novel set in a future where privacy is a thing of the past....

Memory Card: Half-Life

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James Troughton teleports us back to 1998, where First Person Shooters were just learning to stand upright... How well does this old classic hold up in the modern day?...

Jodie Whittaker debuts as Doctor Who

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Kelly South analyses the new series......

Our guide to summer term cinematic procrastination

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Summer is almost here (I said almost), and with it the promise of blazing hot days on the lawn; revision books in hand, sharing good conversation and a laugh with friends. Great....

Ready Player One (12A) Review

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Dan Haygarth reviews Steven Spielberg's latest blockbuster...

Mute (15) Review

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Dan Haygarth reviews this Netflix Original from director Duncan Jones...