We’re huge fans of Jordan Peele, from his comedy work on Key And Peele and Keanu to his incredible directorial debut horror Get Out, so we’re very excited to hear that he’s working on a new version of The Twilight Zone. THR reports that Peele and CBS All Access are “readying a new take on
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Seth MacFarlane’s new sci-fi comedy show The Orville hasn’t started airing in the UK yet, but it looks like at least several people in the US are enjoying it: Fox has gone ahead and given the series a Season 2. The news comes just seven episodes into the 13-episode first season, so it must be
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A strict catholic upbringing leaves shy Thelma (Eli Harboe) feeling like an outsider as she embarks on her University education in Joachim Trier’s sensitively handled supernatural Nordic chiller. Trier stamps his own nuanced spin on female coming-of-age horror by introducing a refreshing and richly drawn gay character struggling with her sexuality that strikes a similar
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If you’re a genre fan, you’re going to recognise Ruth Bradley. Over the last few years she’s delivered superb performances in some of our favourite SF TV series and movies, starring as mysterious synth Karen in Channel 4’s brilliant Humans, woman out of time Emily Merchant in Primeval, and straight-laced Garda turned boozed-up alien-battler Lisa
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A perfect seasonal gift for any and all horror obsessives (is there a Halloween equivalent of the stocking filler?), this short, sweet comic is a welcome return to solo-penned stories from Hellboy creator and all-round industry legend Mike Mignola. While the expanded Hellboy universe is still going strong, Mignola has favoured co-writing various spin-offs and
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One of the latest novels to address the possibility of a world transformed by the effects of global warming, Paul McCauley’s Austral is set a number of years into the future. Antarctica has been colonised, the retreating ice revealing the landscape underneath, and humanity are building a new world there. The eponymous central figure is
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It’s easy to draw comparisons between Sleeping Beauties and several other books in Stephen King’s back catalogue. There’s the unstoppable pandemic and battle between good and evil of The Stand, there’s the isolated small-town panic of Under The Dome and The Tommyknockers, and the institutionalised abuse of women of Dolores Claiborne. However, this latest novel,
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If, like many viewers around the world, you are already hooked on Star Trek Discovery, the future is looking brighter than ever: this week, network CBS has announced that the series has officially been renewed for Season 2. In a statement, CBS noted in particular that Star Trek Discovery has already been successful at bringing
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