Just finished the third series of The Expanse – classy (and classic) sci-fi set in our Solar system some 200 years in the future. Extremely watchable with an exceptionally strong story, decent effects and a modicum of extremely gory scenes. Eagerly awaiting the 4th series after the series was cancelled by SyFy and renewed by Amazon Prime.
Not available in the UK on any streaming service and with patchy availability around the World you’ll have to source this one yourself. Hopefully Amazon will sort it out now they own the series and start streaming it as the licences become available.
Tau is a 2018 film directed by Federico D’Alessandro and written by Noga Landau. It is a near future science fiction film focussed on the field of artificial intelligence and robotics. As usual outside of the set up I’ll try to avoid any spoilers. Continue reading “Tau – Film Review”
Sometimes I’m going to do rather brief reviews just to give my quick impression of various things I’ve watched or listened to. This, about the 2013 Jeff Renfroe film The Colony, is one of them. I watched it on Netflix and it is also available on Amazon Prime (both the UK variants). Apart from the general set-up I’ll try to avoid any spoilers. Continue reading “The Colony – Film Review”