Taking his cue from Warehouse 13's spray paint artefact David McIntee, our own revolutionary, looks at the impact of the peace sign on the world on genre fiction over the years.
Stephen King may not have been spotted stacking shelves in Haven just yet but Dean Newman takes a look back at the horror author's numerous acting cameos.
Persons Unknown hit our screens this week and promised to be an intriguing cross between Lost and the James mangold psychological thriller Identity. Pete will be our resident voyeur each week with his Persons Unknown blog.
Next Wednesday sees the UK premiere of part 2 of the mini-series Meteor come to Syfy, so we caught up with Christopher Lloyd to talk about his character Dr. Lehman.
With Haven returning to our screens, we thought it would be a great opportunity to take a look at the many fictional towns in the dangerous place of Stephen King’s Maine, and the horrors they hide.
The gathering clouds broke in an emotional storm of epic proportions. A deluge of anger, disbelief, anxiety, and gut wrenching sadness flooded the emotions in this penultimate instalment of Warehouse 13
Real Steel is underground Robot Wars, but on a grander more global scale that sees you get emotionally attached to a giant piece of moving metal. Why not!
In the first episode of Haven season 2 Audrey gets up close and personal with her very own impersonator - 'Fraudrey'. David mines the rich history of sci-fi and reveals the genres love affair with malevolent doppelgangers.
It says a lot when getting back to normal means flesh eating zombies but Pete Lattimer and Myka Bering were back to doing what Warehouse Agents do best in this episode, off to Ithaca to bag, tag and snag.
In this episode Pete gets up close and personal with his mother, perhaps too close for comfort, while the Myka and Claudia tag team head to Portland to investigate a mystery involving Caprica's Allesandra Torresani.