Kaci Ferrell

Den Of Geek Book Club: The Martian by Andy Weir

Kaci Ferrell Review
Jul 1, 2015

Easily one of the best books our reviewer has ever read, Andy Weir's The Martian does a great many things right...

Orphan Black season 3 episode 10 review: History Yet To Be Written

Kaci Ferrell Review
Jun 21, 2015

In the season finale of Orphan Black, Ferdinand is terrifying, Delphine is doing her best, and a season one plot-line returns...

Orphan Black season 3 episode 9 review: Insolvent Phantom Of Tomorrow

Kaci Ferrell Review
Jun 14, 2015

This week's Orphan Black could be the best yet, with one heck of a jaw-dropping twist. Here's Kaci's review...

Orphan Black season 3 episode 8 review: Ruthless In Purpose, And Insidious In Method

Kaci Ferrell Review
Jun 7, 2015

In this week's episode of Orphan Black, virtually everyone betrays somebody else, and poor Scott just can't catch a break...

Den Of Geek Book Club: Who Fears Death?

Kaci Ferrell Feature
Jun 2, 2015

Nnedi Okarafor's gripping Who Fears Death is the subject of this month's fiction Den Of Geek Book Club...

Orphan Black season 3 episode 7 review: Community Of Dreadful Fear And Hate

Kaci Ferrell Review
Jun 1, 2015

Orphan Black season 3 episode 6 review: Certain Agony Of The Battlefield

Kaci Ferrell Review
May 27, 2015

In this week's episode, Orphan Black finally says goodbye to a character who long since served their purpose on the show...

Orphan Black season 3 episode 5 review: Scarred By Many Past Frustrations

Kaci Ferrell Review
May 18, 2015

Sarah and Helena's heart-breaking relationship is centre-stage in this week's sterling episode of Orphan Black...

Orphan Black season 3 episode 4 review: Newer Elements Of Our Defense

Kaci Ferrell Review
May 10, 2015

Orphan Black is firing on every cylinder in its third season, making its fourth season renewal even more cause for celebration...

Orphan Black season 3 episode 3 review: Formalized, Complex, And Costly

Kaci Ferrell Review
May 4, 2015

Even in season 3, the gripping Orphan Black is more than capable of taking its audience by surprise...