Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. S03 E15: Spacetime

When Daisy sees into the dark future, the other Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. try to convince her that the future can be changed and isn’t set in stone. Hey, wait a … Continue reading Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. S03 E15: Spacetime

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Avengers Assemble S02 E23: Avengers’ Last Stand

After facing major big bads Thanos and Ultron earlier this season we finally get to the battle that’s been building since the seventh episode of “Marvel’s Avengers Assemble” – the … Continue reading Avengers Assemble S02 E23: Avengers’ Last Stand

Twin Peaks S01 E04: The One-Armed Man

In the last episode of “Twin Peaks,” we met Laura’s look-a-like cousin Maddy and, we found out about a secret society. This is a town of secrets and Agent Cooper … Continue reading Twin Peaks S01 E04: The One-Armed Man

Haunted Future: The Anime Brilliance of Mamoru Oshii

Take Blade Runner and draw a line from the 80s replicant noir to the 90s non-consensual machine-induced hallucinations of The Matrix. Somewhere on that line there’s a node, running backwards … Continue reading Haunted Future: The Anime Brilliance of Mamoru Oshii

The Steampunk Granny Takes on the 47 Ronin

47 Ronin is a fictional account of a real life group of samurai that lived in 18th century Japan. This fantasy action film, which was produced by Universal Studios, and directed … Continue reading The Steampunk Granny Takes on the 47 Ronin

Take The Red Pill – The Matrix Conspiracy

I submit, for your conspiracy consideration, The Matrix – one of my all time favourite mind-blowing conspiracies. Now, I’ll admit that movie enthusiasts and college professors have ruined the metaphorical … Continue reading Take The Red Pill – The Matrix Conspiracy

Considering the Colloquium: Toronto specfic fans celebrate their literary love

Speculative fiction – that wonderful branch of literature that encompasses the genres of science fiction, fantasy, horror and all their cross-bred permutations – is often the maligned sibling of the … Continue reading Considering the Colloquium: Toronto specfic fans celebrate their literary love