Future Man – A review

Future Man crashed onto our screens this month of SyFy with great fanfare and a prodigious amount of advertising. The sci-fi comedy is produced by Seth Rogan and Evan Goldberg and first aired in the US on Hulu and stars Josh Hutchinson of 'Hunger Games' fame. The story on first glimpse seems to be a... Continue Reading →

Elder Scrolls Online – A review

Elder Scrolls Online (ESO) is a massively multiplayer online role-playing game made by Bethesda based on their long-running and well regarded Elder Scrolls games which started in 1994. I had previously tried to enter the Elder Scrolls world with their first-person game ‘Oblivion’ in 2006 but only really appreciated the game until the award-winning release... Continue Reading →

Ancillary Justice by Ann Leckie

Ancillary Justice is a funny book in some ways. For many years it appeared on both my recommended reading lists on Amazon and Kobo and for some reason it never reached out enough to make me reach out and grab a copy for myself. Having recently finished a series of books and looking for another... Continue Reading →

Disenchantment – Disenchanting?

Disenchantment is Matt Groening's third foray into the satirical cartoon genre, following on from Simpsons and Futurama. Airing on Netflix in the UK the series is set in a fantasy world and is challenging the tropes that come with historical fiction. The first season consists of 10 episodes and so far I have consumed the... Continue Reading →

Woken Furies by Richard K. Morgan

Woken Furies is the third book following the adventures of Takeshi Kovacs an ex-envoy, a form of bioengineered super soldier with elite training and perception. Fans of Richard K. Morgan maybe more familiar with his first Kovacs novel Altered Carbon which was released as a Netflix series last year and this book goes onto explore... Continue Reading →

Final Space – a review

Final Space premiered on Netflix in February this year with fairly little fanfare. I had seen very little information about this sleeper programme but needed something light to watch and so decided to give the ten 30 minute episodes a chance. The series started out as the brainchild of actor and writer Olan Rogers who... Continue Reading →

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