Tag Archives: Science Fiction

Fantastic Beasts & Rogue One Live Discussion

This Friday, starting 7pm Eastern Time, I’ll be joining several friends to discuss the latest installments of the Harry Potter and Star Wars film franchises: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them and Rogue One. The group of panelists are … Continue reading

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Are You Alive?

When last I checked in, winter was coming, a chill was in the air, and I had rambled on at length about two of my current obsessions (for better or worse): Doctor Who and fairy tales. Since then winter has … Continue reading

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The Brothers Grimm, Lovely Fellas – “Heaven Sent” Review

I went into “Heaven Sent” prepared to love it. I mean, come on. It’s weird, experimental Doctor Who starring Peter Capaldi in what the industry calls a single-hander, a prestige piece by Steven Moffat, and directed by Rachel Talalay. Of … Continue reading

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All Those Death-Defying Scrapes – “Sleep No More” & “Face the Raven”

I’m putting these together, although they are the lone non-two-part pair of the season. Indeed, you could almost make “Face the Raven” part one of the three-part finale (quite like how “Utopia” set up “The Sound of Drums” while still … Continue reading

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Why Don’t You Break the Cycle? – “The Zygon Invasion”/”The Zygon Inversion”

I would never presume to claim that Doctor Who can offer an adequate response to the horrors unfolding in Paris and Beirut, because nothing can offer an adequate response. But isn’t that why we create art and tell stories? To … Continue reading

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It never rains but it pours

I wanted to make a quick announcement about (for me) some very exciting news. I am now officially an author of two — count ’em, two — chapters in published books. The first is volume II of Unlocking Press’ Harry … Continue reading

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I Am Afraid, But I Will Sing – “The Girl Who Died”/”The Woman Who Lived” Review

The thing that really stands out about this melancholy and lyrical pair of episodes is how much they appear to be setting up and playing into, even more than the first four, the seasonal arc regarding the departure of Clara. … Continue reading

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