M. john harrison interview Review and Opinion

2018/08/18

Disillusioned By The Actual:

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Michael moorcock interview Review and Opinion

2018/08/17

Fifty Percent Fiction

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Monkeybone Review and Opinion

2018/08/16

Monkeybone (2001)
Director: Henry Selick

review by Michael Lohr

Something went terribly wrong somewhere on the road between creative inspiration and actual execution. Monkeybone, if done right could be a wondrous and funny movie. And still is to a degree, but unfortunately what I see here is a wonderful idea that was victimised in the editing

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Moonbase Review and Opinion

2018/08/15

Moonbase (1997)
Director: Paolo Mazzucato

review by Steven Hampton

It must take either great chutzpah or sublime naiveté to make a sci-fi action movie today without the mega-budget that major studio production or superstar talent would attract. Moonbase has a principal cast of almost-unknowns and a hopelessly derivative scenario, filching its

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Moonchild Review and Opinion

2018/08/14

Moonchild (1989)
Director: Michael J. Murphy

review by Paul Higson

Michael J Murphy is one of the unsung heroes of British independent cinema, a man committed to the making of feature-length films on his own terms. The storylines may be predominantly conventional, though that is hard to profess because no film watcher has seen more than a fraction of

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Moonraker Review and Opinion

2018/08/13

Moonraker (1979)
Director: Lewis Gilbert

review by Octavio Ramos Jr

Even to this day, the influence of Star Wars on films cannot be ignored. In the late 1970s, however, every film seemed to jump on the space opera bandwagon, and the Bond series was no exception. Although Moonraker was a hit at the box office, time has not been kind to it

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Modern Prometheans and Night Terrors Review and Opinion

2018/08/12

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Mothman prophecies Review and Opinion

2018/08/11

The Mothman Prophecies (2001)
Director: Mark Pellington

review by Michael Lohr

Raised in the mid-Ohio Valley (I was born in West Virginia and grew up just outside of Pittsburgh, my grandmother was born and raised in Point Pleasant, where all the sightings first occurred), I was always familiar with the legend of the 'mothman' and all the strange UFO

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Mulholland dr Review and Opinion

2018/08/10

Mulholland Dr. (2001)
Director: David Lynch

review by Trent Walters

This movie deserves more than three stars, but two hours into David Lynch's "love story in the city of dreams" (as he called Mulholland Dr.), you're likely to find the story is suddenly not the story you thought it was. Luckily, you don't have to shell out the extra theatre bucks

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Mummy and mummy returns Review and Opinion

2018/08/09

The Mummy (1999)
Director: Stephen Sommers

review by Carl Meewezen

Monster-mash variation on those perennial themes of Egyptian horror, the cursed tomb and the magically revived victim of a pharaoh's wrath. Here, Imhotep is played with delicious relish by Arnold Vosloo (Lance Henriksen's sidekick in John Woo's Hard Target), while Brendan Fraser

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Mutants season Review and Opinion

2018/08/08

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Mutant x Review and Opinion

2018/08/07

Mutant X (2000)
Produced by Avi Arad and Rick Unger

review by Daniel G. Jennings

I have a feeling that this dreary show is going to be one of the casualties of the terrorist atrocity of September 11th. Judging by the boring and unimaginative stories filled with dull one-dimensional characters and tired cliches that would not necessarily be a bad thing

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Mutronics Review and Opinion

2018/08/06

"the worst SF films ever made"

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My little eye Review and Opinion

2018/08/05

My Little Eye (2002)
Director: Marc Evans

review by Paul Higson

Five young Americans occupy a timber building in a remote point in snowy Novia Scotia for six months with a curfew that if broken jeopardises for all the contestants of an Internet CCTV show the $1million prize. With the deadline close, bricks replace the food packages, and a letter arrives

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Mystery the best of 2001 Review and Opinion

2018/08/04

Mystery: The Best Of 2001
edited by Jon L. Breen
iBooks paperback £5.99

review by Debbie Moon

This compact volume contains 15 crime stories, culled from many of the best magazines and anthologies imaginable. Ranging from hardboiled losers in neon-lit bars to English ladies discussing foul crimes over afternoon tea, it provides a good overview of mainstream

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Mystery men Review and Opinion

2018/08/03

Mystery Men (1999)
Director: Kinka Usher

review by Tony Lee

"We're not your classic superheroes, we're not the favourites. We're the other guys." The boorish Captain Amazing (Greg Kinnear) is the only effective hero in town, but his publicity seeking professionalism has put criminals out of business, and behind bars in the lunatic asylum, so there's

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Neal asher interview Review and Opinion

2018/08/02

A Couple of Pints at the Quart Pot

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Necronomicon 4 Review and Opinion

2018/08/01

Necronomicon:
The Journal of Horror and Erotic Cinema, Book 4
edited by Andy Black
Noir paperback £12.95

review by Jeff Young

Since the demise of Shock Xpress, there's not been much in the way of non-corporately published yet intelligent fan writing about genre and exploitation films available in the UK (unless you count the irregular

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Necropolis by xina marie uhl Review and Opinion

2018/07/31

Necropolis
Xina Marie Uhl
Publish America paperback $21.95

review by Amy Harlib

Necropolis, a first novel and a delightfully different fantasy adventure set in an invented world, reflects the author's scholarly interest in ancient history. Uhl's imaginary city-state of Eretria and its environs, analogous to Mesopotamia, Syria and Greece at the

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New dragon gate inn Review and Opinion

2018/07/30

New Dragon Gate Inn (1992)
Director: Li Hui Min

review by Jeff Young

Produced by the great Tsui Hark (pron. 'Choy Hok'), this mediaeval swordplay fantasy is a remake of King Hu's Dragon Gate Inn (1967), and features the Asian superstar Donnie Yen, Tony (Hard-Boiled) Leung, Maggie (Irma Vep) Cheung and the recently retired Brigitte

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Newton's wake Review and Opinion

2018/07/29

Newton's Wake
Ken MacLeod
Orbit hardcover £17.99

review by Christopher Geary

Building on the major success of his Fall Revolution series and the magnificent Engines Of Light trilogy, here's a new standalone space opera from Ken MacLeod that's bursting at the seams with clever and quirky

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Night bus Review and Opinion

2018/07/28

Night Bus (2002)
Directors: desperate optimists (alias: Christine Molloy, Joe Lawlor)

review by Paul Higson

This would not have been seen if I had not visited the Cornerhouse galleries for the short visual experience that I had doubly misapprehended, Jennifer and Kevin McCoy's Horror

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Night of the living dead Review and Opinion

2018/07/27

Night Of The Living Dead (1968)
Director: George A. Romero

review by Steven Hampton

A walking corpse attacks Johnny and Barbara in a cemetery. Her brother is killed but Barbara flees to a nearby farmstead. There, she meets other survivors of what seems to be an apocalyptic nightmare. Can they fortify the house against an army of flesh-eating zombies,

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Nosferatu the vampyre Review and Opinion

2018/07/26

Nosferatu The Vampyre (1979)
Director: Werner Herzog

review by Tony Lee

There is no doubt that F.W. Murnau's unofficial adaptation of Bram Stoker's Dracula novel, the ill-fated Nosferatu - A Symphony Of Horror (1921), is one of the greatest genre films of the silent era, as prominent in its way as The Cabinet Of Dr Caligari (1919

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Norman spinrad interview Review and Opinion

2018/07/25

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Oktober Review and Opinion

2018/07/24

Oktober (1997)
Writer and director: Stephen Gallagher

review by Tom Matic

Oktober comes from the same team of writer Stephen Gallagher and producer Brian Eastman that brought us BBC's Bugs and shares that series' suspicions about the applications that large

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Omegatropic by stephen baxter Review and Opinion

2018/07/23

Omegatropic
Stephen Baxter
BSFA paperback £8

review by Peter Schilling

This assemblage of nonfiction by Britain's premier hard-SF novelist, Stephen Baxter, is published by the British SF Association (of which Baxter is Vice President), and offers several well-researched articles, a few quite fascinating essays and some fairly astute criticism. Although

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On by adam roberts Review and Opinion

2018/07/22

On
Adam Roberts
Gollancz paperback £6.99

review by Duncan Lawie

On takes a simple idea and builds it into a richly detailed setting: the world is a wall, with ledges on which life maintains a precarious grip, always close to the edge and a fall that almost inevitably leads to death. The protagonist, Tighe, is fascinated by this obvious fact

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The one Review and Opinion

2018/07/21

The One (2002)
Director: James Wong

review by Trent Walters

You already know why you want to see The One. It isn't for Jet Li's award-winning acting but his anticipated martial arts action sequences. No, you can't differentiate his glee-club performance from the loss of his wife aside from a closing of eyes and a hanging head. At least the monotone

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Only forward Review and Opinion

2018/07/20

Only Forward
Michael Marshall Smith
Voyager Classics paperback £8.99

review by Debbie Moon

Stark has a rather shaky career as a P.I., an apartment with wonky internal gravity, and the coolest trousers on the planet. He also has another line of work, but that won't rear it's ugly head for a while yet. Right now, he's been employed by Zenda Renn, one

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Onmyoji Review and Opinion

2018/07/19

Onmyoji (2001)
Director: Yojiro Takita

review by Michael Lohr

Onmyoji (aka: Yin Yang Master) is the quintessential Japanese fantasy epic. Tohokushinsha (a subsidiary of Toho, the premier entertainment corporation in Japan) released this campy but wonderful movie to widespread acclaim in Japan in 2001, but the movie received little fanfare elsewhere

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Ophiuchi hotline by john varley Review and Opinion

2018/07/18

The Ophiuchi Hotline
John Varley
Gollancz paperback £9.99

review by Patrick Hudson

In the mid-21st century, humanity is unceremoniously evicted from Earth by mysterious aliens known only as the Invaders. The remnants are pushed out to the moon and then to the other planets of the Solar system. Humanity has an ally, however, in the shape of the Ophiuchi

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Osmosis jones Review and Opinion

2018/07/17

Osmosis Jones (2001)
Directors: Bobby and Peter Farrelly

review by Trent Walters

Want to learn about the body's immune system fairly painlessly? This may be the movie for you with an all-star voice cast including Bill Murray, Chris Elliott, Chris Rock, Kid Rock, Ron Howard, Laurence Fishburne and William Shatner, and a kind of upgraded low humour the

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Others Review and Opinion

2018/07/16

The Others (2001)
Director: Alejandro Amenabar

review by Patrick Hudson

I wonder which came first: the classic ghost story or Freudian psychoanalysis? Almost every ghost story I've ever read or seen depends on denial, an inability of the dead to accept their fate, which almost always erupts into violence. Although our bodies may fall and decay, our spirits

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Outcasts Review and Opinion

2018/07/15

The Outcasts (1982)
Director: Robert Wynne-Simmons

review by Paul HigsonSpoiler alert!The Outcasts would appear to be the only feature film production to come from the company Tolmayax, though they did at the very least produce and market an adventure game, Tolmayax not primarily presenting

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Panic room Review and Opinion

2018/07/14

Panic Room (2001)
Director: David Fincher

review by Amy C. Adair

If you're looking for nail-biting suspense, Panic Room makes an excellent rental. It is an uncluttered story about a woman and her daughter that move into a New York apartment with a 'panic room' in case of break-ins, and they end up having to use it on their first night. The intruders

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Pashazade by jon courtenay grimwood Review and Opinion

2018/07/13

Pashazade
Jon Courtenay Grimwood
Earthlight paperback £6.99

review by Duncan Lawie

Jon Courtenay Grimwood's ability to sustain a plot has grown in the course of his SF career to the extent that he has now embarked upon a trilogy. Pashazade is also a new beginning in terms of both settings and character, though it is less clear whether this is

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Patrick McGoohan of The Prisoner Review and Opinion

2018/07/12

Patrick McGoohan (1928 - 2009):

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Pattern recognition by william gibson Review and Opinion

2018/07/11

Pattern Recognition
William Gibson
Penguin / Viking hardcover £16.99

review by Christopher Geary

Cayce Pollard is an American consultant to a corporate ad agency, advising designers on promising trends, emergent fads and marketing strategies. She has a gift for knowing what's cool and what's naff on the street, whether browsing the subculture of New

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Patrick moore interview Review and Opinion

2018/07/10

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Top 10 books by Paul Barnett Review and Opinion

2018/07/09

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Paycheck Review and Opinion

2018/07/08

Paycheck (2003)
Director: John Woo

review by Steven Hampton

Michael Jennings (Ben Affleck, Daredevil, Dogma) is a 'reverse-engineer' for hire. He dismantles patented hi-tech gizmos to furnish his dishonest employers with an improved version

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Perdido street station Review and Opinion

2018/07/07

Perdido Street Station
China Miéville
Del Rey paperback $7.95

review by Amy Harlib

China Miéville, author, at the time, of one previously published dark fantasy novel, King Rat, a very distinguished debut with a contemporary London setting as the backdrop of a clever reworking of the Pied Piper legend, ventured into far more phantasmagorical

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2018/07/06

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Peter pan Review and Opinion

2018/07/05

Peter Pan (2003)
Director: P.J. Hogan

review by Amy Harlib

Australian-born director P.J. Hogan, noted for his contemporary comedies (My Best Friend's Wedding and Unconditional Love, among others), tries his hand at fantasy to great success, bringing a character-driven sensibility to a refreshing live-action version of the classic story

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Phantasm series Review and Opinion

2018/07/04

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Phantasms and magics Review and Opinion

2018/07/03

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Phantom of the opera Review and Opinion

2018/07/02

Phantom Of The Opera (1998)
Director: Dario Argento

review by Denise Wayne

I have enjoyed some of Argento's earlier horror films, so I'm very disappointed to report that this reworking of Leroux's classic is pretty dire throughout. The sad fact is, even when we accept that narrative coherence and logic are not this director's forte, his version of

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Phildelphia experiment Review and Opinion

2018/07/01

The Philadelphia Experiment (1984)
Director: Stewart Raffill

review by Steven Hampton

Executive produced by John Carpenter, this is a time travelling action adventure romance, starring Michael Paré and Nancy Allen. It begins in 1943 with a secret US Navy operation to test a radar-invisibility machine in the hope of creating a perfect stealth warship

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2018/06/30

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