This is a sumptuous film, overflowing with details and delicate touches…
“It’s the end, but the moment has been prepared for.”
That’s what the fourth Doctor tells his companions as he begins to regenerate at the end of 1981′s “Logopolis.”
And it’s that story that writer and producer Russell T. Davies looked to when it came to writing the final installments for David Tennant as the Doctor.
Sci-Fi Science: Physics of the Impossible, based on Dr Michio Kaku’s book “Physics of the Impossible”, premieres on Science Channel on December 1, 2009 at 10pm.
For years, many of us have complained about a lack of original ideas from Hollywood.
Week after week, we’ve heard and read stories about the latest comic book, toy line, video game, board game or tv show being mined for a new blockbuster in Hollywood. And that doesn’t even get into the rebooting of franchises or remaking of previously made movies or properties.
A couple of weeks ago, we brought you the news that TV Guide listed one of our favorite shows, “Fringe” as being “on the bubble.” The show, now in it second season, made a big move this year from a comfy Tuesday time slot following “American Idol” to the highly competitive Thursday at 9 p.m. […]
At long last, the baseball playoffs are over and we can (finally) turn our attention back to one of the best shows on television, “Fringe.” The series returns to Fox tonight at 9 p.m. EST with an all-new episode that focuses on the character of Broyles. According to reports, tonight’s episode will reveal a few […]
Thanks to AMC, Slice of SciFi is proud to bring you this exclusive trailer for AMC’s new miniseries, The Prisoner!
There’s a small but extremely vocal minority of fans who are unhappy with the new direction of the “Stargate” franchise. This group of fans have been extremely critical of “Stargate: Universe” since its debut a month ago. Now an actress and a writer on the series are responding via their blogs. Actress Julie Benson, who […]
One of our favorite series here at Slice of SciFi may be on the bubble according to TV Guide. In its list of all series that may not make it a full season, TV Guide lists “Fringe.” The site says, “It’s been consistently fourth in its extremely competitively timeslot (opposite Grey’s Anatomy, The Office and […]