THIS may very well be the greatest sci-fi moment of all. The film itself is a massively influential masterwork, but these few moments are just breathtaking as after raging so hard against the dying of the light, Roy Batty accepts his fate but decides to save another’s life, if he cannot save his own.
LAST night’s Doctor Who was good enough to whet everyone’s appetite for what is to come, if a bit unremarkable in its own right. (I likes Lee Evans though) By far the most interesting thing happened in the last few minutes of the episode. First you had the psychic lady on the bus repeating the […]
I RECEIVED a comment to my last blog post that has made me think – dangerous stuff I know! Robin Brown, who writes the always excellent Liverpool Culture blog (among loads more) responded to a post that mentioned the return of Red Dwarf, Star Trek and Doctor Who with a comment that included the line […]
IT has been a month since I last posted, but seems like just a few days such have been the demands on my time – my wibbly wobbly, timey-wimey stuff has never been wibblier. One month ago I publish a post on the Mercury Men, whose work I still await with interest.