The Roswell Incident – Part 1 and 2 Hi everyone, Much of my time of late has been spent on things other than this website, so it’s nice to get an opportunity to write something new. I’m glad we’re not that far behind the US in seeing this back on television. The welcome return of […]Read more "Project Blue Book – Season 2, Episode 1 and 2 Review"
Hi everyone, The good people at 25YL were kind enough to publish a little something of mine about my favourite sci-fi franchise of all time… https://25yearslatersite.com/2020/03/16/the-mass-effect-franchise-is-about-choices-steeped-in-consequences/ Hope you enjoy it, RichardRead more "Mass Effect article published"
Hi everyone, I capped off a day out in the capital with a visit to the Prince Charles Cinema for a screening of this Roger Corman effort which I had some fond childhood memories of. I say childhood memories because I don’t think I had seen this film since I was about 10 years old. […]Read more "Tonight’s Viewing – Battle Beyond the Stars (1980)"
There have been quite a few posts showing this and I thought it was worth an update as I haven’t had anything concrete to write about in this project for quite some time. Images have been dropping left, right and centre including posters and artwork but they all get debunked within a few hours as […]Read more "Casting Dune – Logo reaction"
Hi everyone, Just a quick update. In the middle of all the poetry I’ve been writing in the first couple of weeks of this year, I’ve also managed to finish my rewrite of The Ardenna Crossing. Yay! I think there’s maybe a couple more little bits that I need to change, and I had a […]Read more "Ardenna Crossing update – January 2020"
Opinions seem to be divided on this; the last of the nine part saga that George Lucas started in 1977. I see a lot of people who love it and a lot of people who hate it. Some say it is a worthy ending; others that it is the worst type of fan service. Some […]Read more "My Top 10 bits of Star Wars Episode IX – The Rise of Skywalker (spoilers galore!!)"
Despite its many flaws, I should preface this by saying that I prefer this to any Star Wars film ever made. Director David Lynch’s struggles over this project are well documented elsewhere and I won’t attempt to better what other, more well-informed, people have already written on the subject. What lies at the heart of […]Read more "Tonight’s Viewing – Dune (1984)"