The first half of the season’s two-part finale brought us a kind of artefact that has become very familiar to genre viewers over the last couple of decades – that teensy tiny little troublemaker called, variously, nanomachine or nanite.
And so to S which is for the South Dakota ‘Badlands’, home to the Warehouse and those who work there.
Our resident conspiracy theorist, Vincent Fox, analyses some of the mythical natural disasters that Hollywood has used to fuel Roland Emmerich's oeuvre.
Let's face it... no self respecting sci-fi series can go without a zombie related an episode, and so it is with Warehouse 13. David tracks the rise of the undead through popular TV and film history.
Jude struggled a little with the letter Q so she linked it with R for this double entry in the Warehouse 13 A-Z and settled on Quartz and the Regents.
Self confessed demi-geek Vincent Fox looks back on some of the promises Hollywood movies have made about our future, including hoverboards and flying cars, and highlights those that may well have come true.
Binoculars aren't exactly your standard genre artefact, but as you'd expect with the Warehouse these aren't any normal pair of binoculars. David contiunes his focus on the mystical artefacts of Warehouse 13.
With the remake of The Prisoner starring Jim Caviezel showing on Syfy, Vincent takes a look at some other shows which have been given the 21st century treatment.
What can I say; P has got to be for Agent Pete Lattimer, big kid, ladies man and resident vibe dude of the Warehouse.
Turns out that in the pantheon of cinema cowboys have faced off against all manner of things. Dean Newman squints his eyes and twirls his six shooter at a Magnificent Seven good, bad and ugly varmints that cowboys have had to endure on our screens.