Tag: Science Fiction
LORCAN MAGUIRE takes a look at the Day of the Triffids 1981 release on Blu-ray, which he calls a faithful adaption of the John Wyndham classic
BARRY McCANN looks at classic horror sci-fi Day of the Triffids (1962)
Alien 1979 has never been bettered, says MICHAEL S. COLLINS
DOCTOR WHO has terrified fans for more than 50 years. CHRIS NEWTON picks his 10 scariest moments in the legendary BBC series...
Emma Dark tells us Spooky Isles about Salient Minus Ten, the followup to her smash hit horror Seize the Night (2015)
Unearthly Stranger 1963 is reviewed by SIMON BALL
The Nightmare Man is an early 1980s alien/horror BBC television serial. SIMON BALL takes a look.
The Changes is a spooky children's sci-fi TV classic from 1975. SIMON BALL looks back on the series.
Ripperologist JON REES continues his commemoration of the 125th anniversary of the Whitechapel murders with a look at futuristic adaptations of Jack the Ripper!
Doomwatch 1972 is not really a horror film, says SELENE PAXTON-BROOKS
Grabbers 2012, an Irish-British horror/sci-fi comedy, is "immensely fun", says ANDREW GARVEY
JON KANEKO-JAMES looks back on the The Invisible Man 1975 TV series, based on HG Wells' classic
Adam Scovell reviews the Hammer Sci-Fi classic X The Unknown (1956): 'Silly, enjoyable fun''
ADAM SCOVELL reviews Roy Ward Baker's Quatermass and the Pit (1967)
ADAM SCOVELL reviews the British science-fiction classic Quatermass 2, as part of our Quatermass series
The Quatermass Xperiment 1955 represents a golden age in horror sci-fi films, says ADAM SCOVELL
Nigel Kneale's Quatermass had a massive impact on British science fiction and ultimately Hammer Horror, ADAM SCOVELL says
REN ZELEN reviews Prometheus - the eagerly-awaited prequel to Ridley Scott's sci-fi horror classic, Alien
British director Ridley Scott's Prometheus is coming, so guest writer REN ZELEN thought she'd remind us what a groundbreaking film, the original Alien was back in 1979.