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88 geeky spots in the Back To The Future trilogy

Back to the Future. One franchise, two great endings.
Seb Patrick Feature Nov 21, 2014

Fancy watching the Back To The Future trilogy again? Here's our look at 88 hidden jokes and references to spot as you do...

Looking back at The Mask

Wil Jones Feature Nov 21, 2014

Jim Carrey scored one his earliest hits with comic book adaptation The Mask. Wil loved it as a kid. Turns out, he loves it now...

New UK sci-fi and fantasy shows to look out for in 2015

Louisa Mellor Feature Nov 21, 2014

Androids, magic, parallel worlds, ghostly crime, and the apocalypse. Here’s a raft of new forthcoming UK sci-fi and fantasy TV…

Why you should play Never Alone

Ryan Lambie Feature Nov 21, 2014

Among a blizzard of new releases, atmospheric platform-puzzler Never Alone is a must-play game, Ryan writes...

Examining the side-effects of The Hunger Games

James Clayton Feature Nov 21, 2014

As The Hunger Games nears its end with Mockingjay - Part 1, James looks at the side effects of the billion-dollar franchise...

The sci-fi films of Robert Wise

Ryan Lambie Feature Nov 20, 2014

Robert Wise directed The Day The Earth Stood Still, The Andromeda Strain and the first Star Trek film. Ryan takes a look back...

21 Doctor Who stories better than their reputation suggests

Andrew Blair Feature Nov 20, 2014

From the Macra to The Mysterious Planet, Andrew finds the gold in oft-unloved Doctor Who episodes from across the decades...

Supporting characters: the best thing about RPGs?

Sam Faulkner Feature Nov 20, 2014

Sam salutes the best supporting party members from recent RPG videogames...

How Starz' Black Sails made pirates awesome again

Dave Adamson Feature Nov 19, 2014

Ambitious, beautifully realised and beginning to find its feet, Starz pirate series Black Sails has finally made swashbuckling cool again...

9 of our worst cinemagoing experiences

Den Of Geek Feature Nov 19, 2014

Noisy audiences. Theatre malfunctions. Unwelcome acts of love. Here are some of our worst cinemagoing experiences...

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