October 01, 2014 No comments

"THE GUEST" (Film Review)

In a way, cinematic storytelling is like playing your hand in a game of poker. You can be bold, brash and wear your supposed "secret" on you…

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October 01, 2014 No comments

"THE BOXTROLLS" (Film Review)

The old-fashioned process of stop-motion animation has never looked so state-of-the-art as it does in THE BOXTROLLS, in which the team f…

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September 30, 2014 No comments

"DOCTOR WHO: LISTEN & TIME HEIST" (Episode Reviews)

STARLOG Readers! In lieu of last week's DOCTOR WHO recap, here's a double dose of reviews for all of you Whovians! "Listen" In the…

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September 29, 2014 No comments

STARLOG's Guide to Banned Books Week

For all of the book nerds out there, it may not come as a surprise that last week was Banned Books Week, an extended literary holiday where …

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September 24, 2014 No comments

Exit The Void: Michael J. Paradise's "THE VISITOR"

Welcome to Exit the Void, STARLOG’s examination of sci-fi fare too odd, obscure or underappreciated to be ranked among the genre’s classics.…

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September 22, 2014 No comments

"THE MAZE RUNNER" (Film Review)

THE MAZE RUNNER is the story of young people making a heroic effort to find their way out of a twisty, peril-fraught environment—as opposed …

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October 01, 2014 No comments

"THE GUEST" (Film Review)

In a way, cinematic storytelling is like playing your hand in a game of poker. You can be bold, brash and wear your supposed "secret" on your face for all to see. You can bluff, reveling in misdirecti…

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October 01, 2014 No comments

"THE BOXTROLLS" (Film Review)

The old-fashioned process of stop-motion animation has never looked so state-of-the-art as it does in THE BOXTROLLS, in which the team from the Laika studio go for something a little kinder and ge…

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September 29, 2014 No comments

STARLOG's Guide to Banned Books Week

For all of the book nerds out there, it may not come as a surprise that last week was Banned Books Week, an extended literary holiday where readers celebrate books that have been challenged by school …

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September 30, 2014 No comments

"DOCTOR WHO: LISTEN & TIME HEIST" (Episode Reviews)

STARLOG Readers! In lieu of last week's DOCTOR WHO recap, here's a double dose of reviews for all of you Whovians! "Listen" In the course of nearly 51 years, DOCTOR WHO has tackled frighteni…

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September 24, 2014 No comments

Exit The Void: Michael J. Paradise's "THE VISITOR"

Welcome to Exit the Void, STARLOG’s examination of sci-fi fare too odd, obscure or underappreciated to be ranked among the genre’s classics. This article is to remind sci-fi fans that no title is too …

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September 22, 2014 No comments

Interview: Michelle Trachtenberg on "THE SCRIBBLER"

As any self-respecting sci-fi fan can attest to, there are an almost unlimited number of ways an actor can play a villain. Whether it be quiet and sophisticated or loud and ruthless, any fictional her…

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September 22, 2014 No comments

"COPPERHEAD #1" (Comic Review)

With Brian K. Vaughan’s SAGA, Image Comics has what is arguably the best science fiction series running, and now, with Jay Faerber’s COPPERHEAD, may be in the running for the second best as well. Outs…

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September 22, 2014 No comments

STARLOG Exclusive: Katie Cassidy talks "THE FLASH"/"ARROW" Crossover

When Barry Allen debuted on The CW’s ARROW last season, D.C. fans knew that the impending spin-off series would be the brands first taste of a shared universe since Marvel conquered the box office wit…

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September 19, 2014 No comments

Interview: Director John Suits on "THE SCRIBBLER"

As sci-fi fans know, lesser known graphic novel adaptations can sometimes be a tricky bag. Whether it’s the tone, the characters or the story, these adaptations are usually unprepared for properties t…

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September 22, 2014 No comments

"THE MAZE RUNNER" (Film Review)

THE MAZE RUNNER is the story of young people making a heroic effort to find their way out of a twisty, peril-fraught environment—as opposed to the movie itself, which doesn’t do enough to circumvent t…

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September 19, 2014 No comments

"DEADPOOL" To Hit Theaters in 2016!

Earlier this summer, CGI test footage for the long-in-development DEADPOOL movie was unleashed onto the world, providing two minutes of laughs and butt-kicking complete with voice work by Ryan Reynold…

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September 19, 2014 No comments

"THE ZERO THEOREM" (Film Review)

There’s a certain beauty about the logic of a Terry Gilliam film that rivals that of the visuals on display. Most of the times, his film seem to be about the social and moral divide between the sheep …

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September 18, 2014 No comments

Interview: Lucas Hedges on Terry Gilliam's "THE ZERO THEOREM"!

Coming into a film like THE ZERO THEOREM, there are a few things one can expect from Terry Gilliam: an all-star cast, biting humor and genuinely unbelievable world-building. Yet one element I did not …

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September 16, 2014 No comments

"CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE WINTER SOLDIER" (Blu-ray Review)

After the blockbuster success of THE AVENGERS guaranteed the Marvel Cinematic Universe was here to stay, some wondered exactly how that universe would organically develop and evolve. This sentiment gr…

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September 16, 2014 No comments

"DEATH OF WOLVERINE #2" (Comic Review)

Disclaimer: This review contains spoilers for DEATH OF WOLVERINE #2. Proceed with caution if you'd like to read the issue unspoiled. Don't worry folks, he ain't dead yet. The second issue in the DEAT…

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September 16, 2014 No comments

Interview: Dennis Haysbert on "SIN CITY: A DAME TO KILL FOR"

In SIN CITY 2: A DAME TO KILL FOR, Dennis Haysbert (HEAT, FAR FROM HEAVEN, 24) plays Manute; a role performed in the original SIN CITY by the late Michael Clarke Duncan. Although tragic by nature, Hay…

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September 15, 2014 No comments

"DOCTOR WHO: Robot of Sherwood" (Episode Review)

From the very beginning, “Robot of Sherwood” feels quite different from what the new season has been. This week’s DOCTOR WHO sees The Doctor humoring Clara by traveling to 12th Century-England in sear…

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September 15, 2014 No comments

"DOCTOR WHO: Deep Breath" (Blu-ray Review)

Wait a minute! Wasn’t this just on my TV a few weeks ago!? Yes, the feature-length season premiere of DOCTOR WHO, entitled “Deep Breath,” has already made its way to Blu-ray (and DVD), and to entice y…

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September 15, 2014 No comments

"PUMPKINHEAD" (Blu-ray Review)

It’s fascinating to see how much the horror genre has borrowed from fairy tales over the years. Be it slashers, monster movies or ghost stories, horror has often operated on the same moral crime-and-p…

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September 15, 2014 No comments

"BORGMAN" (Blu-ray Review)

There’s a certain admiration one must have for a film like BORGMAN and its mixing contemporary surrealist horror with the structure of a classic folk tale. Most have a hard enough time following somet…

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September 08, 2014 No comments

"FOUND IN TIME" (Film Review)

FOUND IN TIME, the sci-fi murder mystery from filmmaker Arthur Vincie, requires a patient audience. After all, any film that simultaneously works as a slow-burn character study and a complex time trav…

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September 08, 2014 No comments

STARLOG & FANGORIA Present A Free NYC screening of THE SCRIBBER on 9/22!

NYC Readers, are you ready to meet THE SCRIBBLER? STARLOG sure hopes so, as we’re teaming with our genre brother-in-arms FANGORIA and XLrator Media to bring the film to the big screen for free! For…

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September 08, 2014 No comments

"DEATH OF WOLVERINE #1" (Comic Review)

For WOLVERINE fans, the dreaded day has come. The first issue in Charles Soule and Steve McNiven's DEATH OF WOLVERINE series has finally hit shelves. Following Logan (a/k/a James Howlett, THE X-MEN's …

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Planet Preview: "MONSTERS: DARK CONTINENT"

If sci-fi fans weren’t familiar with Gareth Edwards’ intimate and thrilling MONSTERS, they were likely at least aware of the film following the release of his sophomore film, GODZILLA. Though he moved…

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