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sci-fi Tag Archive

Review: Journey to the Savage Planet

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Journey to the Savage Planet is a mixed bag, mostly leaning on the bad side...

Spoiler-Free Review: Star Wars: Episode IX – The Rise of Skywalker (12A)

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With the end of the legendary saga finally here, Joe Holloran gives us his take....

Star Wars Retrospective: Original trilogy (Episodes – IV, V & VI)

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Em Richardson embraces her inner nerd and takes a look back at the three films that changed cinema...

Our top ten of the 2010s: Inception (2010)

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Food editor Amanda Goh's choice for the best film of the 2010's is like something from a dream...

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?...