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Some sci-fi, fantasy and action TV and film action that’ll hitting screens in April:
1 April – Supergirl, season one, part two – Sky 1, 8pm
5 April – Bates Motel, season four – Universal Channel, 10pm
7 April – Colony, season one – Sky 1, 9pm
10 April – 11.22.63 mini-series – FOX UK, 9pm
10 April – Outlander, season two – Amazon Prime Instant Video
11 April – Fear The Walking Dead – AMC Global 9pm
It’s tricky to pin down exactly what’s going on in this trailer for season two of Syfy’s twisty time travel tale 12 Monkeys. But you know what? If it’s anything like season one, we probably won’t be much the wiser by the end of season two. What we do know is that about a third of the way into the trailer, some really cool early ’70s Lalo Schifrin-style music kicks in (if anyone with a better knowledge of ’70s soundtracks out there recognises...
If you haven’t seen season one of Syfy’s 12 Monkeys this trailer for season two may leave you dazed and confused. Hell, if you have seen season one of Syfy’s 12 Monkeys this trailer for season two may leave you dazed and confused. Good to know that the show that took time travel and tied it up in möbius knots isn’t compromising on confusion in season two. The trailer premiered at New York Comic Con and the show is due to hit US screens in...
Set to premiere in the US on 19th April, BBC America has announced that it’s making a show so exciting that we may have to consider demanding license fee refunds if it doesn’t come over here in some form too. The Real History of Science Fiction is a look into the themes and ideas that have inspired countless sci-fi stories on page and screen, featuring a stellar and intergalactically diverse cast of “experts”. Trekkie or Whovian,...
Written and Directed by: Rian Johnson
Starring: Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Bruce Willis, Emily Blunt
Time travel is really hard to get right. Many have, and many have done well: Doctor Who, Back to the Future and 12 Monkeys for example. If you put too much deep thought into time travel you’ll start creating paradoxes and plot holes and the structure of the time travel constructed in a film can be flawed.
Looper, however, is both complex yet...