SciFi Voice

Released: 13 May (cinema) Certificate: 15 Director: Keith Thomas Writer: Scott Teems Cast: Ryan Kiera Armstrong, Zac Efron, Michael Greyeyes, Sydney Lemmon, Gloria Reuben, Kurtwood Smith, John Beasley Distributor: Universal Running Time: 94 mins During filming of The Thing in 1981, Universal offered John Carpenter the gig to direct a movie version of Stephen King’s
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Every video game genre begins somewhere, but it’s not always easy to identify the true roots of even gaming’s biggest and most important genres. Open-world games are one of the best examples of that sometimes frustrating fact. Whenever gamers dive into a modern open-world title, they usually know about what to expect. A multitude of
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This RIVERDALE review contains spoilers. Riverdale Season 6 Episode 14 “Welcome to the sad superhero club…” It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s a…shirtless Archie Andrews! With its latest installment, Riverdale‘s current superhero saga proved that it isn’t afraid to liberally borrow tried and true superhero tropes in order to advance the storyline of Archie’s
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From Eskil Vogt, writer of Academy and BAFTA-nominated The Worst Person in the World, comes a new psychological horror that’s not for the feint-hearted, The Innocents. Set during a bright Nordic summer, The Innocents tells the story of four children living in the same housing estate, who, when left to their own devices, reveal their dark and mysterious powers. But when
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Somehow, Richard Donner’s beloved 1978 Superman: The Movie didn’t spawn a successful franchise. A lovingly made celebration of the Man of Steel, featuring arguably the most perfectly cast superhero movie lead of all time in Christopher Reeve, immediately ran into directorial, financial, and creative trouble with its sequel, and the franchise ultimately sputtered out with
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There’s only one way to celebrate a geek birthday: a list-based ranking conducted through a system of point-calibrated votes! That’s how Den of Geek has been marking its 15th anniversary this year anyway, and nobody’s stopped us yet. Site contributors and readers have already voted for the best sci-fi video games, the best sci-fi TV
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While it can sometimes be difficult to separate one gaming year from another when we try to recall them from memory, the fact of the matter is that some years are significantly better than others. Indeed, it can sometimes feel…strange to realize that a handful of years played host to a stunning collection of some
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Even though Bosch has wrapped seven great seasons on Amazon Prime Video, Harry Bosch’s story is still far from over! The police procedural streaming series, starring Titus Welliver as LA Police detective Harry Bosch, continues in new format with a new title – Bosch: Legacy. But don’t call it a spinoff, as star Welliver doesn’t
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Warning: contains The Rising spoilers. The Rising is filled with all the twists and turns viewers have come to expect from a murder mystery drama. Adapted from Belgian crime thriller Beau Séjour, The Rising is set in small town in the British countryside, with sweeping landscapes and a thriving motocross community. The extra supernatural twist
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To celebrate Den of Geek‘s 15th anniversary, we’ve been compiling lists all year that celebrate the best of pop culture over these last 15 years. A collection of Den of Geek contributors and you, dear reader, have voted on everything from the best sci-fi video games to the best Marvel movies. It’s all been good
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