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Shelf Space: "The Twilight Zone: The Complete Series (Episodes Only Collection)" DVD Review

Twilight Zone: The Complete Series (Episodes Only Collection
Duration: (1959-1964)
Creator: Rod Serling
Company: Image Entertainment
Release Date: Nov. 19, 2013

Shelf Space: "The Twilight Zone- Season 5" DVD Review

Twilight Zone: Season 5
Duration: (1963-1964)
Creator: Rod Serling
Company: Image Entertainment
Release Date: Sep. 3rd 2013

Episode 97 - "The Box"

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This week the crew discusses Richard Kelly's "The Box".

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Zorg and Andy (REVIEW)

Calculated, intentional B-movies specifically designed for cult appeal are almost always a hit and miss affair. Most of the filmmakers who possess aspirations for camp stardom generally aren't well-versed in the art of comedy, a crucial element needed to assure that these films operate efficiently. Making people laugh is both a science and an art form, and from what I can tell, it's a rather difficult mission to accomplish if you don't know what you're doing. An evening spent with R.W.

New "Pandorum" Trailer

In space, no one can hear you ripping off “Alien”. Or at least that’s my initial thought after seeing the trailer for “Pandorum” this past weekend in front of "Drag Me To Hell". The film, which stars Dennis Quiad and Ben Foster as two astronauts who awaken aboard an abandon spaceship is set to open on September 4th.

Homeland Security Taps Sci-Fi Writers for Ideas

As any Scientologist will tell you, science fiction writers are very influential people. For quite some time, ideas from science fiction have influenced innovation and design, and some have argued that most of our technological achievements of the past 50 years are owed to ideas from sci-fi literature. Recently, the Department of Homeland security held a conference in the Reagan Building, bringing in influential writers such as Greg Bear to move the gears on some far fetched concepts.

"Surrogates" Trailer Hits The Web

These days you can’t spit in a comic book store without hitting a graphic novel that’s being made into a movie. Trust me, I tried, and I’m still waiting for the Bloody Good Horror accounts payable department to reimburse me for the bill.

J.G. Ballard R.I.P.

On Sunday British author J.G. Ballard died at 78 after a long battle with prostate cancer. Ballard was primarily considered a post-modernist sci-fi writer but his best known book was “Empire of the Sun”, a fictionalized account of his childhood in a Japanese-run prison camp in WWII-era Shanghai which Stephen Spielberg adapted into a movie in 1987 starring a young Christian Bale.

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