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Orphan Black Season 4, Episode 6 Recap: You're Betamax

A gut-wrenching episode of Orphan Black! But is that a good thing, or is the series twisting the plot yet again because … well, they can? 1,248 more words

Orphan Black Season 4, Episode 5 Recap: Krystal Klear, Baby

We’ve been throwing around the word “Cronenbergian” to describe the action on Orphan Black quite a bit this season, and for good reason. For the past three seasons, the show’s been mostly a sci-fi thriller series, with occasional dalliances into horror. 1,574 more words

GALLIFREY: ENEMY LINES – COMING TUESDAY, MAY 24TH 2016

Big Finish have announced their eighth series of political intrigue from the Doctor’s home world will be materialising soon, starring Lalla Ward, Louise Jameson and Sophie Aldred! 358 more words

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Cult TV Essentials: Die Swart Kat

Borrie Veldt (Christo Niehaus) is an ordinary 12-year-old boy by day and secret crime fighter by night. Disguised as Die Swart Kat (Black Cat), using his BMX he solves the crimes that confuse his detective father (Kerneels Coertzen). 66 more words

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Cult TV Essentials: Interster

Interster was a two-season science-fiction puppet television show made for children and shown in South Africa from the early 1982-1986 (37 episodes). It has often been compared to… 327 more words

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Cult TV Essentials: Aerial City 008

Created by Sakyo Komatsu and produced by Japanese puppeteer Kinosuke Takeda (Galaxy Troop Boy, Spaceship Silica), Aerial City 008 was a Japanese TV Series which aired from April 7th 1969 to April 3rd 1970 with a total of 230 episodes. 65 more words

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Hey, Master, You're So Fine: Ranking the Incarnations of the Master in "Doctor Who"

In a season that proved to be brilliant in so many ways, one of the highlights of Doctor Who this past year was the return of Missy – or, as the character’s usually been called through many, many appearances on the show, the Master. 2,042 more words