Interview: Gates McFadden and Patti Yasutake

In 1987 Star Trek: The Next Generation took up the Star Trek mantle and proceeded to create a series that stands shoulder to shoulder with the Original Series, with a fanbase still passionate about it to this day and spawning several movies with the cast of the Next Generation. At this years SF Ball I had a chance to sit down…

Interview: Larry Nemecek

There are some stories that deserve to be told and The Con of Wrath is a film about one of them. Based on an ill fated Star Trek convention held in Houston in 1982, Larry Nemecek is the man bringing that story to the present day. Having written for Star Trek Voyager and having been…

Interview: SF Ball

Over the first weekend in February this year the SF Ball happened for the 23rd year in a row. The SF Ball is something of a unique event in amongst the many other Sci-Fi and genre conventions. Not only is it operated totally in support of Charity, in this case the Teenage Cancer Trust but…

Stranger Things: A Discussion of Fan Theories

If you haven’t seen the Netflix original series Stranger Things yet, firstly: where have you been? It’s eight episodes! Seriously, drop what you’re doing and watch it. Trust me. And secondly: stop reading here. This is going to be spoiler heavy and will likely ruin one of the most interesting and original shows to air this…

Dawn of the Dead!

Zombies Ate My Neighbours / Zombies Developer: Konami Publisher: Lucasarts UK Release: January 1994 Format: Super Nintendo / Sega Mega Drive The concept of a Zombie has become a cultural phenomenon over the years; this is mainly in part to popular media such as the Walking Dead series of comic books and TV shows, horror…

Vehicular Carnage in a Galaxy Far, Far Away!

For a game fifteen years old, Star Wars: Demolition does hold up fairly well graphically. Vehicles look clean and crisp with a good amount of detail; especially the Dreamcast version.

Star Wars – A Video Game Retrospective

For as much as we all adore the cinematic journeys in which Lucasfilm were able to welcome us, the immersion into the Star Wars universe provided by the films was not enough.