Weekend Free To Air Scifi TV

Friday’s TV is basically Agents of Shield (C4) or Atlantis (bbc3)…. I’m suspecting that as far as science fiction is concerned, TV land has thrown in the towel on fridays. Although if you are staying up super late, you’ll find The Vampire Diaries on ITV2 at 1.25am. Saturday goes a long way to make up […]

Pre Halloween Weekend TV.

Dear scifinders and fiends: We have ourselves a whole pre-halloween weekend of TV, plus an extra hour! I hope you can make the most of it, and don’t waste it on silly things like sleep Friday If you can get yourself early to the TV, Film4 at 6.25pm is showing King Kong (1976) – the […]

Week End TV

This week, I’m assuming that you have your early evenings all sewn up with Channel 4, so its launching into a Late Start to Friday – Bowfinger, a director intends to use low-fi reality footage to create a scifi film, but inadvertently films the incurse of some inept aliens to earth  – ITV1 at 10.35pm.  […]

Weekend Scifi TV

Hello sci fiends!, sorry sci friends. Or, take which ever you wish. Another weekend is upon us, and though a sparse selection, there is indeed free to air tv for us to watch, companionably or sat with a big thick blanket to throw over our collective heads when the scary bits come along. Something like […]

Agents, Superheroes, Dinosaurs, Super cop and IT support. This is your weekend tv

It’s the weeeeekkkkkeeennndddd… OK, sorry. I’m just going to go back to the server room. Its over here. But I’m taking the television with me.  Of course I am, else I’d miss the last ever IT Crowd. Channel 4. 9pm. A whole hour of Roy, Jen and Ross, plus special guests. It could be awful […]

Weekend’s TV Grey, Gremlins, Gaiman And More Starting With Other Letters

The weekend is upon us. TV for the duration, sans Sky or Virgin? Have at it scifindians! Friday opens with Dorian Gray (2009) on More4 at 9pm. Whilst recognisable as the classic tale of the portrait in the attic, this one comes with added CGI, the use of which adds a beautiful etherial light to […]

Spiderman, Star Trek and SG1 Head This Weeks UK Freeview Scifi Viewing

The weekend starts here! So without ado we’ve got our pick of the freeview channels science fiction offerings for the weekend ahead! Get your popcorn at the ready guys! Friday 6th September 2013 Friday kicks off bright and early on Pick TV with Star Trek: Enterprise and Stargate SG1 at 7pm and 8pm respectively. Then […]

Star Trek The Next Generation – Hive

Comic Book Review – Star Trek The Next Generation – Hive Star Trek The Next Generation – Hive is the full story (all four issues of HIVE, as originally published), weighing in at a hefty 106 pages. We first meet Locutus of Borg, for he is what Jean Luc Picard has become. No sooner do […]

Doctor Who – Prisoners of Time. Issue 3

Featuring the third Doctor and Sarah Jane Smith, Prisoners of time is set in the UNIT era. Amidst unusually fierce and pan-global storms, the emergency call goes out to recall The Doctor to UNIT. He and Sarah Jane arrive to find The Brigadier is acting very strangely, deploying troops all over the globe without wit […]

Pilgrim – Audio Review

“Of all the tales told on these islands, few are as strange as that of William Palmer. Cursed apparently, on the road to Canterbury in the spring of 1185; for denying the presence of the other world, by the King of the Greyfolk, or Fairy, Himself. And compelled to walk from that day to this […]

The New Ghostbusters #2 IDW ComicBook

So there has been an inter dimensional accident and the ghostbusters have disappeared. But all is not lost – the state of New York has found some funds and recruited a new team, but this time they are trained and (mainly) women! Following a rather degrading costume change and photo shoot the team, consisting of […]

The Boy Who Kicked Pigs – Stage Play

The Boy Who Kicked Pigs – at Jacksons Lane, Highgate N, until 16th March 2013 It may be March, but its still dark by seven pm, and all alone I climb off the Northern (black) Line and walk down the hill to the glowing gothic building astride the crossroads. Inside there is a bustle and […]