Tag Archives: Science Fiction

We’re Part of the Story – “The Ghost Monument” & “Rosa” Reviews

It will just be a quick double-post this week, as I’ve had a few busy weekends, including a lovely time at the always fun and memorable Chestnut Hill Harry Potter Conference (and the Harry Potter Witches and Witches Festival). If … Continue reading

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We Had Three Glorious Years – “The Woman Who Fell to Earth” Review

Hey, troops. No, not troops. Team. Gang. Fam? It’s been a while. The Doctor has once again landed, this time in Sheffield after a year-long plummet. In the process everything has changed. Not everything, of course. The show is still … Continue reading

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Mythgard Movie Club: A Wrinkle in Time

Join me and a fabulous panel of Signum University/Mythgard Insitute folks to the new film adaptation of Madeleine L’Engle’s classic of YA science fiction and fantasy, A Wrinkle in Time. With a script by Frozen writer Jennifer Lee and ambitious … Continue reading

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Mythgard Movie Club: The Last Jedi

I have a feeling our next Mythgard Movie Club entry needs no introduction, so I’ll keep things brief: Join us live this Wednesday January 10th at 8:30pm Eastern Time for our panel discussion on Star Wars: The Last Jedi. We’ll address this … Continue reading

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Mythgard Movie Club: Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

Grab the nearest copy of the collected works of Alexander Pope (or is it Pope Alexander?) and join me for the inaugural session of the Mythgard Movie Club, the brand new (and free!) program from the Mythgard Institute. I and … Continue reading

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Feeling a Glimmer of Purpose – “The Doctor Falls” Review

These final episodes are always the toughest to write about, as I’m sure they’re the toughest for the production team as well. This one even more than usual as it’s hard to avoid the feeling, justified or not, that the … Continue reading

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My First Friend – “World Enough and Time” Review

Well here we are, dear friends: the antepenultimate episode of the Steven Moffat era, and the start of Moffat’s last ever Doctor Who season finale. As has been my wont this season, let’s start with a brief moment of reflection before … Continue reading

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