The Twilight Zone (1961) – A Game of Pool, The Mirror, and The Grave

Paramount Pictures just keeps guiding me deeper and deeper into the Twilight Zone with their Complete Series on blu-ray. This week’s trio of episodes are a lot of fun. First up is A Game of Pool, penned by George Clayton Johnson, this episode first aired on Halloween, 31 October, 1961. Honestly I would have expected…

Babylon’s Ashes (2016) – James

It’s time to go back to the ‘verse of the Expanse, and I can’t even begin to tell you how much I have missed these characters. Within a few pages, I was back into that world, recalling all that had happened before, and worrying about the new dangers and old enemies that the crew of…

Morning Star (2016) – Pierce Brown

  Pierce Brown’s epic science fiction trilogy comes to an explosive, and emotionally satisfying conclusion with Morning Star, this week’s title on The Book Shelf. After the stunning cliffhanger of Golden Son, I was left to wonder what Brown would do to finish off the story, and what would the cost be to characters I’ve…

Unbreakable (2000) – M. Night Shyamalan

  I’m really loving the Sci-Fi Chronicles book. Yes, I’m overdue to continue the war films in the Great MoviesĀ – 100 Years of Film book, but I am loving all the films I am to watch, revisit, and see for the first time in the science fiction universe. And now, it’s time to spend a…

Vikings Season 1 & Season 2

  A couple of weeks ago, I was fortunate enough to be sent a copy of Season 3 of Vikings, and loved what I watched. Even though it was slightly difficult coming into a series that has already established itself. Still, it was well worth the watch, and when the other two seasons were presented…

Vikings Season 3

  Season 3 of this Canadian-Irish co-production, shot in gorgeous Ireland, debuts on DVD & Blu-Ray today. To this date, I hadn’t seen seasons one or two, there just never seems to be enough time in the day. But when Season 3 was delivered to me, I was more than happy to dive into the…