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Batman 66 Bat-Probe: All The Bat-Episodes
Every episode of season 1 of the Batman 1966 TV series, reviewed. Read them all here, old chum. (TV review by Geena Phillips, August 13, 2014.)

Dungeons & Dragons : Menzoberranzan
Just game setting, no rules system. That kind of FREAKS ME OUT. (Game review by Matt Cowger, October 05, 2012.)

10 Cloverfield Lane
A failed great film, 10 Cloverfield Lane plummets to the depths of mediocrity. (Movie review by Xander Johnson and @xanjohn55, March 15, 2016.)

10,000 B.C.
"Here is where the legend of Blue Eyes began." (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, March 14, 2008.)

10,000 BC
Fantastic for all the wrong reasons. (Movie review by Various artists, March 12, 2008.)

The 100
Sexy future teens chill after mean adults beam them down to Earth. That is the whole show. (TV review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, October 21, 2014.)

101 Starcrews
Looking for a ship and crew to take you Alderaan system, no questions asked without any Imperial entanglements? Well, look this way… (Game review by David Lai, February 04, 2006.)

13 Ghosts
13 Ghosts is like the SweetTarts of Halloween candy. Not as good as the candy bars and grape Nerds, but a lot better than those peanut-butter chews wrapped in orange or black paper that glue your jaw shut if you accidentally bite down. (Movie review by Jason Myers.)

1408
Come for the Samuel L. Jackson. Stay for the Cusack. (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, June 27, 2007.)

2001: A Space Odyssey
The chilling performances and the graceful silences, the music and the monolith: 2001 brought the great questions of science fiction to the public in a way which has never quite been duplicated. (Movie review by Navin Vembar, July 01, 2001.)

2012
Damn, the apocalypse is loud. (Movie review by Jens Rushing, November 13, 2009.)

2081
Kurt Vonnegut story "Harrison Bergeron" in short film form. (Movie review by Joe Crowe, April 14, 2010.)

20th Century Ghosts
Joe Hill's debut story collection finally arrives on American shores. What have those greedy Brits been hiding from us? (Book review by Peggy Hailey, October 16, 2007.)

28 Days Later
Donít be put off by the non-descript trailer. See this movie. (Movie review by Jason Myers, June 23, 2003.)

28 Weeks Later
They’re not zombies. They’re infected. Either way, they’re clawing your face off. (Movie review by Andrew Kozma and Laura Eldred, May 17, 2007.)

28 Weeks Later
Zombies, and armies, and terror, oh my! (Movie review by Jorge de la Cova, May 21, 2007.)

30 Days of Night
"We should have come here ages ago." (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, October 22, 2007.)

300
Crazily conservative, utterly reactionary, '300' is also lush and artful. (Movie review by Laura Eldred and Andrew Kozma, March 17, 2007.)

300
This reviewer is out for blood. The non-computer-generated variety. (Movie review by Lee Sparks, April 04, 2007.)

The 4400
Thousands of missing people reappear suddenly; no one suspects David Copperfield. (TV review by Joe Crowe, July 10, 2004.)

The 4400 Season 2
It's not like the series has a convoluted plot or anything. (TV review by KC, June 09, 2006.)

A.I.
So beautiful; so moving; and in the end, so very disappointing. (Movie review by Jason Myers.)

A.I. - A Second Opinion
Another reviewer reacts to Spielberg's much-discussed sf fairy tale. (Movie review by Navin Vembar.)

ABC’s Masters of Bull-Shi-Fi
Talking heads explain it all. And Cancer Man is the president! (TV review by Jason Myers, August 13, 2007.)

Acacia : The Other Lands
Half a book is better than no book at all when it is part one of the conclusion of a seriously good story. (Book review by Peggy Hailey, March 08, 2010.)

Acacia Book 1: The War With the Mein
Book one in this fantasy series makes you want the next one. Now! (Book review by Peggy Hailey, June 30, 2007.)

Accelerando
Book two in Jonathan McCalmont's recap of this year's Arthur C. Clark Awards nominees is Accelerando by Charles Stross. (Book review by Jonathan McCalmont, April 06, 2006.)

Adjustment Bureau
Sci-fi philosophy like the kind found a late night freshman dorm discussion. (Movie review by Laura Eldred, March 13, 2011.)

Adventures of Alibi Jones
A promising new sci-fi comic book. (Comics review by Sarah Arnold, November 21, 2011.)

The Adventures of Bullwhip Griffin
Featuring Rowdy Roddy McDowall! (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, June 30, 2005.)

The Adventures of the Mini Goddesses
Sassy. Sexy. Three inches tall. Who says anime is goofy? (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, June 03, 2002.)

The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Volume 1
If tedium has a name, it must be Henry Jones, Jr. (TV review by Jayme Lynn Blaschke, November 07, 2007.)

Aeon Flux
Aeon Sux. (Movie review by Navin Vembar, December 06, 2005.)

Agent Aika: Naked Missions
Wondering where all the panty-shots went in anime? They went here. (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano.)

Agent Carter
Rescued from a comic book footnote, Agent Carter is awesome. (TV review by Joe Crowe and @yojoecrowe, March 12, 2015.)

Air
Our journey through this year's Arthur C. Clarke Award nominees continues with Jonathan McCalmont's review of Geoff Ryman's "Air." (Book review by Jonathan McCalmont, April 25, 2006.)

Akira Volume 3
Volume III may be a little funnier than you expected, but Akira is still what American cyberpunk has tried to be all along. (Comics review by Kevin Pezzano, July 19, 2001.)

Akira Volume 4
Katsuhiro Otomo's classic series stumbles in Volume 4, but fascinating character development keeps it worth the long read. (Comics review by Kevin Pezzano.)

Alcatraz
Hurley is a bystander as bad guys escape prison and go nut-bonkers. (TV review by Joe Crowe, January 17, 2012.)

Alice in Wonderland
Jabberwock. (Movie review by Jeff Ward, March 17, 2010.)

Alien Apocalypse
Sci-Fi Channel movie, just add cheese. (TV review by Joe Crowe, April 11, 2005.)

Alien Nine
Three adorable little girls, a gaggle of funny-looking little aliensÖ and enough gory violence, brutal psychological torment, and deep allegorical mysteries to leave you in therapy for years to come. (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, September 03, 2003.)

Alien Planet
Wayne Douglas Barlowe's study of alien life comes to vivid life itself on TV and DVD. (TV review by Jayme Lynn Blaschke, February 03, 2006.)

Alien Quadrilogy
Some of the best science fiction ever filmed gets one of the best collections ever set to DVD. (Movie review by Kevin Pezzano, January 08, 2004.)

Alien Summit
Aliens are invading earth only this time it’s for diplomatic reasons. (Game review by Warren Banks, April 14, 2006.)

Alien Trespass
The aliens do not wish to trespass on our Earth, because they think we are stinky and dumb. (Movie review by Matthew Bey, April 04, 2009.)

Alien vs. Predator
First impressions from an avowed Predator (and Aliens) geek. (Movie review by "Sithbane", August 17, 2004.)

Alien vs. Predator
Who wins when Aliens face off against Predators? The fanboys, that's who. (Movie review by Kevin Pezzano, August 17, 2004.)

Alien: Out of the Shadows
Book set between Alien and Aliens, with extra face hugging. (Book review by Joe Crowe (@yojoecrowe), January 16, 2014.)

Aliens of the Deep
Ah, ze creatures of ze — holy crap, what is that thing?! (Movie review by Jayme Lynn Blaschke, February 07, 2005.)

Aliens vs. Predator : Requiem
"You're in over your head, Eugene." (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, December 28, 2007.)

All Purpose Cultural Cat Girl Nuku Nuku
It's Divorce Court with battle mecha. And a catgirl android. You can't go wrong with catgirl androids. (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, February 10, 2003.)

Almost Human
Karl Urban and a robot have the best bro-mance on television. (TV review by Mark Bousquet and @markbousquet, November 19, 2013.)

Alone in the Dark
. . . because you’re the only unfortunate soul in the theater watching this monster-dropping of a movie. (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, January 31, 2005.)

Alphas
Filling the void of Heroes, The 4400, and America`s Got Talent. (TV review by Ryan Guthrie, July 17, 2011.)

The Amazing Dr. Darwin
Join Charles Sheffield for a terrific moment in a more heroic time. (Book review by Mark Finn, July 11, 2002.)

Amazing Screw-On Head
Godspeed, Screw-On Head. (TV review by Gary Mitchel, August 16, 2006.)

Amazing Spider-Man
You will believe Martin Sheen is Uncle Ben. (Movie review by Mark Bousquet, July 13, 2012.)

Amazing Transformations of Jimmy Olsen
"Why does Fat Boy of Metropolis Jimmy clean out an entire pool with just one cannonball?" (Comics review by Jorge de la Cova, July 09, 2007.)

The American Astronaut
The year's best musical space western: if you can find it, go see it. (But it will help if you're not completely uptight.) (Movie review by Shane Ivey.)

American Gods
This is a book worthy of a little sacrifice. (Book review by Kenn McCracken.)

An American Haunting
Kiefer starred in two clunkers last month. Now Donald phones it in. Oh, Sutherlands, why have you forsaken us? (Movie review by Jonathan McCalmont, May 02, 2006.)

American Horror Story
First thoughts on FX`s dull excuse to say naughty words. (TV review by Mark Bousquet, October 11, 2011.)

American Horror Story Freak Show
"I would rather be boiled in oil than be on television." (TV review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, November 22, 2014.)

American Horror Story: Coven
Liiiiiiiiiiiiiies! (TV review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, October 29, 2013.)

The Amityville Horror
Finally, an Amityville remake that doesn't completely suck. (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, May 03, 2005.)

Anansi Boys
Fat Charlie -- bad job, bad fiancee, bad life -- has to take on the gods themselves to win back his story and take control of his life in Neil Gaiman's "Anansi Boys," reviewed by Jonathan McCalmont. (Book review by Jonathan McCalmont, February 09, 2006.)

Angel - Season 2
Brooding, angst, interdimensional rifts, and karaoke made Angel's sophomore season one to watch. (TV review by Jason Myers.)

Angel - Season 3 So Far
The story is a little unfocused, but the characters are too interesting to pass up. Angel is proving it can stand alone. (TV review by Rachel K. Ivey.)

Angel: Fangs for the Memories
The vampire series with a soul ends a stellar final season in spectacular style. (TV review by Gary Mitchel, May 23, 2004.)

Angelmaker by Nick Harkaway
Have you ever had so much fun reading a book that you actually talked to it? (Book review by Peggy Hailey, August 23, 2012.)

The Animatrix
It's anime! It's The Matrix! Do you really need to know any more than that? (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, May 30, 2003.)

Anime Interviews : The First Five Years of Animerica
If you're into anime, this is a book you can't live without! (Book review by Kevin Pezzano.)

Anime: Experiencing Contemporary Japanese Animation
How popular is anime in America? Well, now they're writing academic treatises about it. (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, January 05, 2003.)

The Anubis Gates
Sorcerous Egyptian secret agents, second-tier academics, murderous gypsies, and a truly terrifying evil clown: Jonathan McCalmont gives us the lowdown on Tim Powers' classic The Anubis Gates. (Book review by Jonathan McCalmont, December 01, 2005.)

Apes of Wrath Contest: Win The All-Ape Anthology!
We review the all-ape anthology by our own ape expert. (Book review by Peggy Hailey, March 05, 2013.)

Aquaman (1986)
The Superfriend who gets no respect got his very own show. Well, not really. (TV review by Joe Crowe, January 08, 2003.)

Aquaman (2006)
You will believe a man can swim. (TV review by Joe Crowe, August 15, 2006.)

Aquamarine
Our reviewer goes trolling for fish tail. (Movie review by Martin Thomas, March 06, 2006.)

Arjuna
Acclaimed director Shoji Kawamori gives a hoot and doesn't pollute in this environmentally-conscious anime. But can he avoid "Captain Planet" syndrome? (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, December 08, 2002.)

Ark II
This 70s show had a message and a monkey. (TV review by Jorge de la Cova, April 12, 2007.)

Arrival
Arrival forces us to re-evaluate our standards of greatness. (Movie review by Xander Johnson and @xanjohn55, November 13, 2016.)

Arrow
Green Arrow on TV! Deep breaths. Deep, cleansing breaths. (TV review by Joe Crowe, October 12, 2012.)

Arrow Seasons 2 and 3
You have failed this razor. (TV review by Joe Crowe and @yojoecrowe, March 19, 2015.)

The Art of Star Wars: Attack of the Clones
Great art, but a little... unnecessary. (Book review by Kevin Pezzano, May 01, 2002.)

Art School Confidential
The brilliant creators of "Ghost World" make a dookie in their pants. (Movie review by Navin Vembar, May 18, 2006.)

Ascension
1960s people in SPAAAAAAAAACE. (TV review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, March 06, 2015.)

Assault on Precinct 13
Engaging characters and brutal violence put the thrills in this thriller. (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, January 27, 2005.)

Assault on Precinct 13 (1976): DVDetails
This cool indie put John Carpenter on the map. (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, January 27, 2005.)

Assemble Insert
She’s here to kick ass and release hit pop singles, and she’s all out of singles! (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, December 25, 2003.)

Assembled! Five Decades of Earth`s Mightiest
A comic book commentary loves the Avengers, one superhero at a time. (Book review by Gary Mitchel, January 01, 2008.)

Asterix and Cleopatra
If you're curious about the best French import since champagne and baguettes, the classics are still most worth finding. (Comics review by Sarah Dove.)

Asterix and the Actress
After 40 years, the offbeat French satire is fun and colorful as ever. (Comics review by Amy Harlib.)

Atlantis: The Lost Empire
Somebody put a lot of love into this movie. They just didn't put enough script. (Movie review by Jason Myers.)

The Atrocity Archives
If you toss Neal Stephenson, H.P. Lovecraft, and Len Deighton in a pop-culture blender and hit frappe, The Atrocity Archives is the smooth and tasty result. Revolution SF Editor Emeritus Rick Klaw gives us the lowdown on SF's rising star. (Book review by Rick Klaw, July 16, 2004.)

Attack the Block
The makers of Shaun of the Dead made this alien invasion must-see comedy. (Movie review by Nancy Guthrie, October 21, 2011.)

Aura Battler Dunbine Volume 1: Tales of Byston Well
Giant robot angst, old-school style! (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, November 04, 2003.)

Austin Powers in Goldmember
Try as he might, reviewer Martin Thomas just can't find Austin's mojo this time around. (Movie review by Martin Thomas, July 26, 2002.)

Autumn Angels by Arthur Byron Cover
Too far ahead of its time when initially published, Autumn Angels needs to be given its place on the mantle with other classics. (Book review by Ivan Lerner.)

Available Light
Fiction and photography blend brilliantly in this unusual collection. (Book review by Kenn McCracken.)

Avatar
Visually stunning. And also pretty good. (Movie review by Alan J. Porter, December 16, 2009.)

Avengers Assemble: The Series
"Yea, Donald Blake be of this realm, but his deductible be too high." (Humor review by Joe Crowe, October 08, 2010.)

Avengers Movie: The Agent Coulson Reaction
An in-depth look at the guy in the Avengers movie who watched Cap while he was sleeping. (Movie review by Mark Bousquet, May 10, 2012.)

Avengers Movies: The RevolutionSF Reviews
Our big list of all the movies leading up to the Avengers movie. Even the one with David Hasselhoff. (Movie review by RevolutionSF , May 01, 2012.)

Avengers: Age of Ultron
A smattering of RevSF reviews of The Blacklist, guest starring the Avengers. (Movie review by Various RevolutionSF Artists, May 07, 2015.)

Avengers: Earth`s Mightiest Heroes
In this Avengers cartoon, havoc ensues. In other words: buy it now. (TV review by Sarah Arnold, April 29, 2011.)

Avengers: Earth`s Mightiest Heroes Season 1 Half-time Report
Our favorite show on TV. In your face, Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives! (TV review by David Medinnus, January 03, 2011.)

Avengers: United They Stand
United They Stand . . . in the discount rack at Toys R Us. (TV review by Joe Crowe, February 24, 2006.)

Axe Cop
This webcomic about the world`s toughest policeman and his dinosaur partner is required reading. (Comics review by Daikun, May 21, 2012.)

Aylesford Skull by James Blaylock
The big kahuna of steampunk brings back detective Langdon St. Ives. (Book review by RevolutionSF, January 29, 2013.)

Azumanga Daioh
Girls just wanna have fun. (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, August 06, 2004.)

Azumanga Daioh Volumes 4, 5, & 6
Bittersweet, cute, funny, and pretty much insane. Don’t you DARE miss this series. (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, December 01, 2004.)

The Babylon 5 Roleplaying Game
Mankind's last, best hope for your roleplaying dollars. (Game review by Matt Cowger, April 18, 2005.)

Babylon 5: The Legend of the Rangers: To Live and Die in Starlight
Is it old-school Babylon 5, or is it just another Crusade? Reviewer Robert R. Chase weighs in on the latest B5 spin-off. (TV review by Robert R. Chase.)

Babylon 5: The Lost Tales
Bruce Boxleitner rules, and the rest of the new Babylon 5 DVD is pretty good, too. (TV review by Van Allen Plexico, August 01, 2007.)

Babylon A.D.
America's gruffest actor brings us a tale of futuristic dystopia, messianic religion, and head stubble. (Movie review by Matthew Bey, August 31, 2008.)

Banner of Souls
Jonathan McCalmont's fourth review of this year's Arthur C. Clarke-nominated books is Liz Williams' "Banner of Souls." (Book review by Jonathan McCalmont, April 06, 2006.)

Barbarella
Barbarella is so good it will make the Matmos vomit. (Movie review by Mark Bousquet, August 05, 2010.)

Barry Ween, Boy Genius
Forget the real world - Judd Winick's twisted humor and fantasy are much more fun. (Comics review by Kenn McCracken.)

The Batman
Kids WB gives us a new twist (yep, another one) on an old, old hero. (TV review by Shane Ivey, September 11, 2004.)

Batman 6 Bat-Probe Episode 17: True or False-Face
"Bless you, Batman." (TV review by Geena Phillips, November 24, 2014.)

Batman 66 Bat-Probe Episode 10: A Death Worse Than Fate
C`mon, ya crook! (TV review by Geena Phillips, September 04, 2014.)

Batman 66 Bat-Probe Episode 11: A Riddle A Day Keeps The Riddler Away
When is a person like a piece of wood? (TV review by Geena Phillips, September 17, 2014.)

Batman 66 Bat-Probe Episode 12: When The Rat`s Away the Mice Will Play
Stop fiddling with that atomic pile and come down here! (TV review by Geena Phillips, September 17, 2014.)

Batman 66 Bat-Probe Episode 13: The Thirteenth Hat
Remove my cowl? (TV review by Geena Phillips, September 30, 2014.)

Batman 66 Bat-Probe Episode 14: Batman Stands Pat
Do you usually carry a homing Bat-transmitter in your bowler? (TV review by Geena Phillips, September 30, 2014.)

Batman 66 Bat-Probe Episode 18: Holy Rat Race
"The Caped Crusaders?" (TV review by Geena Phillips, November 24, 2014.)

Batman 66 Bat-Probe Episode 19: Purr-fect Crime
First appearance of Catwoman! (TV review by Geena Phillips, December 17, 2014.)

Batman 66 Bat-Probe Episode 20: Better Luck Next Time
"I just returned from a late session at the mayor`s office." (TV review by Geena Phillips, December 17, 2014.)

Batman 66 Bat-Probe Episode 21: Penguin Goes Straight
"It`s a Mr. Rime; Mr. K. Rime." (TV review by Geena Phillips, February 03, 2015.)

Batman 66 Bat-Probe Episode 22: Not Yet He Ain`t
"On what charge?" (TV review by Geena Phillips, February 03, 2015.)

Batman 66 Bat-Probe Episode 7: Instant Freeze
Cold-based puns! (TV review by Geena Phillips, August 15, 2014.)

Batman 66 Bat-Probe Episode 8: Rats Like Cheese
"We took a wrong turn on Route 49." (TV review by Geena Phillips, August 18, 2014.)

Batman 66 Bat-Probe Episode 9: Zelda the Great
Be on the lookout for a woman in an orange dress. (TV review by Geena Philips, August 27, 2014.)

Batman 66 Bat-Probe: Episode 1: Hi Diddle Riddle
We review every episode of the Batman 66 TV series (starting with episode 1, naturally.) (TV review by Geena Phillips, July 11, 2014.)

Batman 66 Bat-Probe: Episode 2: Smack in the Middle
Episode 2: Riddler could have been a great drag king. (TV review by Geena Phillips, July 13, 2014.)

Batman 66 Bat-Probe: Episode 3: Fine Feathered Finks
Umbrellas all the way, baby! (TV review by Geena Phillips, July 20, 2014.)

Batman 66 Bat-Probe: Episode 4: The Penguin`s A Jinx
Textbook definitions of codependency in this Batman TV show review. (TV review by Geena Phillips, July 21, 2014.)

Batman 66 Bat-Probe: Episode 5 : The Joker Is Wild
Episode 5. "He sprung himself." (TV review by Geena Phillips, August 02, 2014.)

Batman 66 Bat-Probe: Episode 6 : Batman Is Riled
Episode 6: Random Guy for mayor! (TV review by Geena Phillips, August 05, 2014.)

Batman : Dead End
In memory of Andrew Koenig, who played Joker in the awesome Batman vs. Predator short film. (Movie review by Mark Finn, February 25, 2010.)

Batman and Grant Morrison: Batman vs. Bad Art
One Bat-fan understands Morrison more the second time around. (Comics review by Todd Gray, February 16, 2011.)

Batman Bat-Probe Episode 15: Joker Goes To School
"How do you stop a dog from barking in July?" "Shoot him in June." (TV review by Geena Phillips, October 22, 2014.)

Batman Bat-Probe Episode 16: He Meets His Match, The Grisly Ghoul
"Remember to always check jukeboxes. They can be deadly machines." (TV review by Geena Philips, October 22, 2014.)

Batman Begins
Best Bat-movie ever. (Movie review by Rick Klaw, June 17, 2005.)

Batman by Grant Morrison: Loving the Magnificent Genius Bastard
A Bat-fan learns to love magnificent genius bastard Grant Morrison. (Comics review by Todd Gray, February 16, 2011.)

Batman by Grant Morrison: The Appeal of Bat-Fandom
How one reader learned to stop complaining and love Grant Morrison`s Batman comics. (Comics review by Todd Gray, February 16, 2011.)

Batman by Grant Morrison: When Editors Attack
One Bat-fan vs. the Bat comic editors. (Comics review by Todd Gray, February 16, 2011.)

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
Dazzling nonsense. (Movie review by Jayme Blaschke and @jaymeblaschke, April 05, 2016.)

Batman v. Superman Dawn of Justice: 4-Word Reviews
"Waiting on Wonder Twins." (Movie review by Various RevSF Artists, April 07, 2016.)

Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice
Zach Snyder destroys our childhood again. (Movie review by Xander Johnson and @xanjohn55, March 25, 2016.)

Batman: Dead End
The best Batman movie of all time? Sort of. (Movie review by Mark Finn, August 04, 2003.)

Battle of the Bands: The Rock and Roll Card Game! Encore Edition
Grab your axe, put ya Mom on vocals, a Gorilla on drums, go on the road and become a rock supastar! (Game review by Matthew Pook, November 05, 2005.)

Battle Royale
The kids aren't alright... (Book review by Kevin Pezzano, April 08, 2003.)

Battle: Los Angeles
Fans of Aaron Eckhart and Michelle Rodriguez, take this warning. (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, March 25, 2011.)

Battleship
Battleship! (Movie review by Mark Bousquet, June 07, 2012.)

Battlestar Galactica
I think you should look at the other Battlestar.... (TV review by "Sithbane", December 11, 2003.)

Battlestar Galactica : Razor
With one five second scene, BSG made our geek center of joy overload. (TV review by Gary Mitchel, November 26, 2007.)

Battlestar Galactica Role Playing Game
Margaret Weis Productions might not have made as much of the Serenity RPG as they could, but redemption might be found here. (Game review by Matthew Pook, August 19, 2007.)

The Battlestar Galactica Trilogy
Despite shortcomings, Galactica star Richard Hatch's heartfelt homage is a fun reminiscence for the series' fans. (Book review by Amy H. Sturgis.)

Battlestar Galactica: The Series
The new Battlestar Galactica is great in every way that the original stank. How did that happen? (TV review by Shane Ivey, January 12, 2004.)

Be Kind Rewind
Jack Black stars as... pretty much the exact same character he’s played in every movie since High Fidelity. (Movie review by Navin Vembar, February 26, 2008.)

Beat the Geeks
Like hanging around actual geeks, but you don't have to feed them. (TV review by Joe Crowe, October 17, 2002.)

Being Human
A vampire, a werewolf, and a ghost walk into a TV show. (TV review by Joe Crowe, January 21, 2011.)

Being Human (Original) Seasons 1-4
An overview of the first show with a ghost, the vampire, and the werewolf. (TV review by Ian A. Watson, March 30, 2012.)

Being Human: Syfy vs. Original
Shop and compare the two versions of the vampire, werewolf, and ghost TV show Being Human. (TV review by Matt Cowger, March 09, 2011.)

Below
Something unnatural is stalking the crew of a submarine. Whatever it is, it can't possibly be scarier than the Blue Meanies. (Movie review by Jason Myers, October 14, 2002.)

Beowulf
Hwæt! We gardena in geardagum. (Movie review by Laura Eldred, November 22, 2007.)

Better Off Ted
Killer pumpkins! Cryogenically frozen employees! Music-loving meat blobs that taste like despair! How can you resist a show where this represents a typical day's work? (TV review by Peggy Hailey, March 31, 2009.)

Big Bang Theory
"I am not insane. My mother had me tested." (TV review by Joe Crowe, January 25, 2010.)

Big Hero 6
"I am Baymax, your personal healthcare companion." (Movie review by Tegan Hendrickson and @artful_username, November 07, 2014.)

The Big-O
If you can catch it, you'll be glad: the short lived Big-O is grim animation every science fiction fan can enjoy. (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano.)

Bill, the Galactic Hero
If Ivan Lerner were a well-paid publicity agent, he'd say, "If you hired Monty Python to rewrite Starship Troopers, it would be Harry Harrison's Bill, the Galactic Hero!" (Book review by Ivan Lerner.)

Bionic Woman (2007)
'I'm cutting away all the parts of me that are weak.' (TV review by Joe Crowe, September 28, 2007.)

Birds of Prey
Smallville can do Superman without the costume. Can this show do Batgirl without Batman? (TV review by Joe Crowe, October 03, 2002.)

Birth
The director should get his tubes tied . . . around his neck. (Movie review by Jason Myers, November 04, 2004.)

Bitter Films: Volume 1
These are movies. Tiny, angry, hilarious, blood-soaked animated blue movies. So, like Grumpy Smurf riding the cotton pony. (Movie review by Andrew Kozma, January 30, 2007.)

The Black Cloud
If it's a classic, it must be good, right? RevSF Fiction Editor Jayme Lynn Blaschke says it ain't necessarily so. (Book review by Jayme Lynn Blashcke, March 29, 2003.)

Black House
With Stephen King and Peter Straub both in top form, one of the most anticipated novels of the year is also one of the best. (Book review by Kenn McCracken.)

Blackout
Future historians observing London during the Blitz may have accidentally changed history and stranded themselves in the past. (Book review by Peggy Hailey, March 10, 2010.)

Blade II
It bites. It sucks. But in a good way. (Movie review by Jason Myers.)

Blade: The Series
A "Blade" TV series, with 100 percent less Kristofferson! (TV review by Rebecca Johnson, July 02, 2006.)

Blade: Trinity
Proof that some vampires do indeed suck. (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, December 13, 2004.)

Blair Witch 2 : Book of Shadows
They did it. They really did it. (Movie review by Joe Crowe, January 25, 2010.)

Blair Witch Project: Scariest Movie Ever
I would have welcomed barfing. (Movie review by Joe Crowe and @yojoecrowe, September 16, 2016.)

A Blazing World : Unofficial Guide to League of Extraordinary Gentlemen Vol. 2
Show that you know how to read with this guide to League of Extraordinary Gentlemen Volume 2! (Book review by Joe Crowe, December 09, 2005.)

Blindness
Depressing story? Walls covered in poop? Blindness has it all! (Movie review by Navin Vembar, October 14, 2008.)

Blood and Chocolate
Sadly, Hershey’s promotional tie-in, the Reeses PeanutBlooderCup, is not selling as well as expected. (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, February 02, 2007.)

Blood and Thunder: The Life and Art of Robert E. Howard
This biography tells the truth about a tall liar. (Book review by Van Allen Plexico, March 13, 2007.)

Blood Ties
The undead on Lifetime?. That would be like having something that wasn't sci-fi on Sci Fi Channel. (TV review by Deanna Toxopeus, July 23, 2007.)

BLOOD!
No blood was split for the purposes of this review. Well, none of the reviewer’s own, and that was only for research purposes. (Game review by Matthew Pook, November 20, 2005.)

BloodRayne
Somewhere, Ben Kingsley's Oscar is weeping. (Movie review by Andrew Kozma, January 12, 2006.)

Bloodsucking Fiends: A Love Story
Fast and adept, and very, very funny: Bloodsucking Fiends is what you don't expect from today's vampire tales. (Book review by Peggy Hailey.)

Bog Creatures
Do not watch it. Alone. (Movie review by Jason Myers, April 10, 2003.)

Bones
Somebody needs to leash this Dogg. (Movie review by Kenn McCracken.)

Boogeyman
Are you afraid? You will be. You will be. (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, February 13, 2005.)

Book Probe / Interview: WOOL by Hugh Howey
Science fiction self-publisher talks his best-selling short stories and getting stuff to readers. (Book review by Matt Cowger, May 22, 2013.)

Book Probe : Art of Omni, A Better World, WondLa, Starship Grifters
Geek-related circles of sci-fi, fantasy and horror and where to get them. Read more now! (Book review by Joe Crowe (@yojoecrowe), June 03, 2014.)

Book Probe : EVE Source, Accident Man, Uber
Book Probe tells you what books you will like, to eliminate freedom of choice from your worried brow. (Book review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, March 16, 2014.)

Book Probe: 6 for 7
A grab-bag sci-fi story with scientists, aliens, and a government conspiracy. (Book review by Rachel O'Neill, July 26, 2012.)

Book Probe: Alias Hook, Witch`s Boy, Time Fetch, Jackaby
Read! Grow large with books! (Book review by RevolutionSF and @revolutionsf, September 08, 2014.)

Book Probe: Alien: Weyland-Yutani Report, Back to the Future, Lois Lane
Read these books: Aliens, assassin with a shapeshifting tattoo, Lois Lane and Back to the Future! (Book review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, June 30, 2015.)

Book Probe: All Our Wrong Todays, Cubit Quest, Esper Files
Need new SF, fantasy, or horror books? OF COURSE YOU DO. Find them here. (Book review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, February 03, 2017.)

Book Probe: Art of Horror, Occupied Earth, How To Pass As Human
The history of horror art, an instruction book for robots, and an alien-invasion anthology. (Book review by Joe Crowe and @RevolutionSF, October 19, 2015.)

Book Probe: BattleMaster, Wade of Aquitaine, Kriendria of Amorium
You need new books. Do not panic. We got this. (Book review by Joe Crowe and @RevolutionSF, April 18, 2017.)

Book Probe: Bewitched, Terry Pratchett, The Room
Feast upon these books about awesome movies and TV shows and books. (Book review by Joe Crowe and @yojoecrowe, December 19, 2014.)

Book Probe: Bitter Greens, Zombies And Calculus, Stitching Snow
From fairy tales to zombies, this new plethora of books has it all. (Book review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, October 07, 2014.)

Book Probe: Children of the Different, Nethergrim, Dreadwillow Carse
Fantasy novels with maps. Sci-fi with neural implants. These books have it all! (Book review by Various RevSF Artists and @RevolutionSF, June 08, 2016.)

Book Probe: City Center, Apex, Trudie Lem
Readable books of a genre nature are here for the reading. Enjoy them at once. (Book review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, November 17, 2013.)

Book Probe: City of Stairs, Glorious Plague
New sci-fi, fantasy and suspense! Consume at will. (Book review by Joe Crowe (@yojoecrowe), April 25, 2014.)

Book Probe: Cult Horror Movies, Post-Apocalypse Movies
Books about horror movies increase your safety. Be safer now! (Book review by Joe Crowe and @yojoecrowe, October 30, 2014.)

Book Probe: Destiny Quest
Choose your own fantasy adventure again! (Book review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, October 17, 2014.)

Book Probe: Ecko Rising, Rock Band Fights Evil, Nancy Kress, Lovecraft Bio
Buy these new books, e-books, short stories, and assorted other goodness. (Book review by Joe Crowe, November 14, 2012.)

Book Probe: Enemy Series by Charlie Higson
We tore through these five zombie novels. Start tearing now! (Book review by Stefanie Crowe and @stefaniecrowe, July 13, 2014.)

Book Probe: Epic, Filtered Future, Sword and Sorcery Anthology
More anthologies than you can shake a sword at. (Book review by Joe Crowe, November 28, 2012.)

Book Probe: Ex-Heroes, Seal Team 666
Superheroes vs. zombies. Good times had by all. (Book review by Joe Crowe, March 04, 2013.)

Book Probe: Goddess Denied, Simone Pond, Isabella`s Heiress
Read! GROW LARGE WITH BOOKS. (Book review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, March 12, 2015.)

Book Probe: Godzilla, Planet of the Apes, Monster Earth, World War Kaiju
Two novelizations, one tie-in, two books about giant monsters. Buy now. (Book review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, July 27, 2014.)

Book Probe: Guy Gavriel Kay, Simi Prasad
Emperors, assassins, bandits, poets, soldiers, ghosts, barbarian hordes, love, sex, betrayal, destiny, characters to cheer for, despair with, cry over, what more could you want? (Book review by Peggy Hailey and @peggyhailey, April 09, 2013.)

Book Probe: Hauntings, Cornelia Funke
Can the simple ghost story compete in the modern world? (Book review by Peggy Hailey and @peggyhailey, April 11, 2013.)

Book Probe: Heinlein Collection, Knits for Nerds
Own a mega-collection of Robert Heinlein, and knit Raj`s sweater vest from Big Bang Theory. (Book review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, December 10, 2012.)

Book Probe: Into the Weird, Last Town, Ray Palmer
Links to new geek-centric books are here! Buy them often! (Book review by Joe Crowe and @yojoecrowe, July 11, 2014.)

Book Probe: Iron Mountain, Hollow World
New books, new writers, new sci-fi. Consume at will. (Book review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, April 06, 2014.)

Book Probe: Lacuna Book Series, Killing Floor
Sci-fi action and apocalyptic horror by writers who know their stuff. (Book review by Matt Cowger and Joe Crowe (@revolutionsf), August 08, 2012.)

Book Probe: Marvel Comics on Film, Back to the Future Lexicon
Every Marvel movie, and whatever else of theirs is on DVD, all reviewed in one handy book. (Book review by Joe Crowe, December 19, 2012.)

Book Probe: MetaWars, Steam Patriots, Spaceman
You need new things to read! We have reviews of those right here. (Book review by Sarah Arnold, Joe Crowe, November 20, 2012.)

Book Probe: Modern Sci-Fi Films FAQ, Sci-Fi Chronicles
Be geekier, thanks to Book Probe. (Book review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, October 20, 2014.)

Book Probe: Mute, Vs. Nurture, Oblivion Chronicles
New writers and new books, recommendable for e-reading and otherwise. (Book review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, October 18, 2012.)

Book Probe: Nana Barb Lost in Time
A time travel book with a grandma as the star. So, you pretty much have to buy it. (Book review by Joe Crowe, December 05, 2012.)

Book Probe: Neal Stephenson`s Mongoliad, Fireside Magazine
Try out these story collections in convenient magazine and e-reader form. (Book review by Joe Crowe (@revolutionsf), April 20, 2012.)

Book Probe: Pixitres, Age of the Aura
Fantasy world building, with varying levels of success. (Book review by Deanna Toxopeus and Joe Crowe, August 08, 2012.)

Book Probe: Rogues, Pathfinder, Biblical
Before you run out of books, check out these new and new-ish sci-fi and geek-centric things. (Book review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, September 24, 2014.)

Book Probe: Speculative Edge, Hollow Victory, Day in the Life of Earth
Looking at a smattering of SF books for your reading convenience. (Book review by Joe Crowe, July 12, 2012.)

Book Probe: Star Trek Guide, Trekonomics
All your Star Trek book needs in one place. (Book review by Joe Crowe, July 02, 2016.)

Book Probe: Steampunk Christmas, Christmas Collections
It`s never too early to order brand-new novels about Christmas. Fill your stockings now. (Book review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, @yojoecrowe, October 13, 2014.)

Book Probe: Supernatural Library, Bram Stoker
Feast, my darlings! Feast upon Halloween-related books! (Book review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, October 01, 2014.)

Book Probe: Talon, Sexbot, English Ghost Story
Books with dragons, ghosts and robots. Buy them often! (Book review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, October 30, 2014.)

Book Probe: This Way to the End Times, Ocean of Storms
Spend money on books! DO IT. (Book review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, November 26, 2016.)

Book Probe: Tinker and the Fold, Provectus, Ursula LeGuin
You need books. We recommend books. Here are good ones! (Book review by Joe Crowe and @RevolutionSF, August 29, 2016.)

Book Probe: Tom Stranger: Interdimensional Insurance Agent
Use our correct opinions to simplify your buying of geek-related books! (Humor review by Beck Pano and @yojoecrowe, October 06, 2015.)

Book Probe: Void Star by JP Yager
Fast-paced, action packed old school space adventure in book form. (Book review by Joe Crowe, August 09, 2012.)

Bradbury Speaks
Does Ray Bradbury make you cry every time you read him? Just me? Spend some time in the presence of the master in Bradbury Speaks. (Book review by Peggy Hailey, August 05, 2005.)

Bridge to Terabithia
A good adaptation of a children's book. Surprise! (Movie review by Deanna Toxopeus, February 20, 2007.)

Broken
Fix it. (Movie review by Martin Thomas, September 07, 2005.)

Brother Bear DVD
”It's the story of a boy who desperately wanted to be a man...” (Movie review by Robert E. Mansperger, Jr., March 23, 2004.)

Brotherhood of the Wolf (Le Pacte des Loups)
Just your average subtitled period piece costume drama / martial arts mystery / erotic political thriller / cowboys and Indians in 18th century France / Poe horror creature feature. (Movie review by Jason Myers.)

The Brothers Grimm
Grimm and Grimmer. (Movie review by Andrew Kozma and Laura Eldred, September 06, 2005.)

The Brothers Grimm DVDetails
Fairy tale fairly stale. (Movie review by Navin Vembar, January 04, 2006.)

Bubba Ho-Tep
It's the best Elvis Vs. the Mummy movie ever made, and then some! (Movie review by Peggy Hailey, October 09, 2002.)

Buckaroo Banzai: The Original Novel
Before Jeff Goldblum in pink chaps, there was the book that became the movie. (Book review by Joe Crowe, March 29, 2003.)

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 3
"I think it`s fantastic. It`s against the law, but it`s fantastic." (TV review by Rachel Ivey, October 14, 2010.)

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 4
"I wear the cheese. It does not wear me." (TV review by Rachel Ivey, October 14, 2010.)

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 5
People died, Dawn was great, and even the goofy knnnn-iggets did not ruin a terrific storyline. (TV review by Jason Myers.)

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 5.1
The first part of Buffy season 5 debuted Dawn and Dracula. But mostly Dawn. (TV review by Rachel Ivey, October 19, 2010.)

Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Season 6 Premiere
Death, dismemberment, and consequences: this is Buffy at its best! (TV review by Rachel K. Ivey.)

Buffy the Vampire Slayer, v7.1
Sure, you've waited all summer for it... but is it good? (TV review by Kenn McCracken, September 17, 2002.)

Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Musical
"Once More, With Feeling": They pulled it off! Boy, did they pull it off. Who has the Kleenex? (TV review by Rachel K. Ivey.)

Buffy the Vampire Slayer: the Role-Playing Game
Even Buffy can't slay the ancient Curse of the Poorly-Done Licensed RPG. (Game review by Kevin Pezzano, June 11, 2003.)

Bull Spec
A science fiction and fantasy magazine has stories, poetry, and reviews in a pretty package. (Book review by Joe Crowe, August 26, 2010.)

Bulletproof Monk
Sadly, no cameo from the Flying Nun. (Movie review by Jason Myers, April 28, 2003.)

Burn Up
Ah, the '80s. Neon sport jackets, legwarmers, and bad, bad anime. (Anime review by Gabe Glick, May 11, 2005.)

The Burrowers
Evil has surfaced. But not like Dig Dug. (Movie review by S. Matthew Doner-Pond, February 26, 2010.)

The Butterfly Effect
Not to be confused with the Iron Butterfly effect. (Movie review by Jason Myers and Andrew Kozma, January 29, 2004.)

Cabin in the Woods
Spoiler-free review: Go see this amazing horror movie right now. (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, April 19, 2012.)

Cabin in the Woods
This review of Cabin in the Woods has slightly more details. But read it anyways. (Movie review by Tammie Snowden, April 23, 2012.)

Cabin in the Woods
Cabin in the Woods is the Scream of cabin based horror flicks. This review has spoilers. YES! SPOILERS! (Movie review by Chris McCaleb, April 24, 2012.)

Call of Cthulhu (d20)
The horror classic revisited in style. Even if you don't play it, you're sure to enjoy the read. (Game review by Shane Ivey, July 03, 2003.)

Can't See the Forest #39
November 2002: A Month in Comics. (Comics review by Alan Porter, November 27, 2002.)

Can't See the Forest #40
None of this serialized stuff -- it's on to the big thick bad boys of the comic world. (Comics review by Alan J. Porter, January 29, 2003.)

Can't See the Forest #45-46
A special double-issue of comics reviews! (Comics review by Alan J. Porter, September 29, 2005.)

Can't See the Forest #47-48
Another double dip into the comics bin! (Comics review by Alan J. Porter, October 18, 2005.)

Can't See the Forest #49-51
This time it's a triple dip in the reviews bin, from Action Comics to Star Wars Empires and a whole lot in between. (Comics review by Alan J. Porter, November 08, 2005.)

Can't See the Forest #52-53
This week's comic reviews: All-Star Superman, a fistful of Jonah Hex, X-Men: Deadly Genesis, Nothing Better, Local, old-school Batman and a double shot of Spider-Man. (Comics review by Alan J. Porter, November 28, 2005.)

Can't See the Forest #54
This week's reviews: Captain Universe: Invisible Woman, The Thing, Uncanny X-Men, Witchblade and Books of Doom. (Comics review by Alan J. Porter, December 09, 2005.)

Can't See the Forest #56
This week's reviews: Hatter M, Rock 'n' Roll, What If: Captain America and Hard Time. (Comics review by Alan J. Porter, December 21, 2005.)

Can't See the Forest #57
This week's reviews: Bad Planet, Narwain Preview, Teen Titans, X-Factor. (Comics review by Alan J. Porter, December 28, 2005.)

Can't See the Forest #58-60
This week's reviews: Blood of the Demon, Bojeffires Terror Tome, Catwoman, Detective Comics, Fantastic Four Special, Batman: Gotham Knights and more. (Comics review by Alan J. Porter, January 19, 2006.)

Can't See the Forest #61
This week's reviews: Ares, Daughters of the Dragon, Elfquest, Hawkman, TMNT and Raven. (Comics review by Alan J. Porter, February 01, 2006.)

Can't See the Forest #62
This week's reviews: Buckaroo Banzai, Fury: Peacemaker, Psy*Comm, Showcase Presents, Steady Beat, Underworld, Thunderbolt Jaxon. (Comics review by Alan J. Porter, February 09, 2006.)

Can't See the Forest #63
This week's reviews: Legends of the Dark Knight, Incredible Hulk, Jeremiah Harm, JSA and Welcome to Heaven Dr. Franklin. (Comics review by Alan J. Porter, February 16, 2006.)

Can't See the Forest #65
This week's reviews: Amazing Fantasy, Aquaman: Sword of Atlantis, First Family, Justice League Unlimited, Retro Rocket. (Comics review by Alan J. Porter, March 20, 2006.)

Can't See the Forest #66
This week's reviews: Conan: Book of Thoth, Green Arrow, Painkiller Jane, Superman and Truth, Justin and the American Way. (Comics review by Alan J. Porter, March 27, 2006.)

Can't See the Forest #67-69
DC’s One Year Later comics continue. A Hawkman-free Hawkgirl gets her own book, and a new non-dead Blue Beetle debuts. (Comics review by Alan J. Porter, April 14, 2006.)

Can't See The Forest #75
Our comics guy looks at Spider-Man, Jonah Hex, Detective Comics, Styx Taxi, and Civil War. (Comics review by Alan J. Porter, January 16, 2007.)

Can’t See the Forest #43
Reviewing the reviewers: Alan J. Porter looks at the comics magazines. (Comics review by Alan J. Porter, October 28, 2003.)

Canceled Sci-Fi Showcase: Jack of All Trades & Cleopatra 2525
A fond look back at shows with poofy shirts, saucy wenches, and babes vs. robots. (TV review by Joe Crowe, July 14, 2004.)

Canceled Sci-Fi Showcase: Odyssey 5 and Jeremiah
Journey back with us now to the long-ago days of 2002, when sci-fi TV had Buckaroo Banzai AND Theo Huxtable. (TV review by Van Plexico, October 05, 2005.)

The Cape
"You can keep working on it." (TV review by Joe Crowe, January 21, 2011.)

Caprica : The Pilot
The first Cylon is a teenage girl. Ugh. (TV review by Mark Bousquet, May 17, 2010.)

Captain America (2011)
Cap is everything you want in a comic book movie. (Movie review by Sarah Arnold, July 21, 2011.)

Captain America (2011)
The spirit of Cap, perfectly portrayed. (Movie review by David Medinnus, August 10, 2011.)

Captain America Movie (1991)
"Two can travel as cheaply as one -- you sick bastard!" (TV review by Joe Crowe, July 03, 2006.)

Captain America TV-Movies (1979)
Pay a loving visit with us to Captain America, friend of the elderly. (TV review by Joe Crowe, July 03, 2006.)

Captain America: Civil War 4-Word Reviews
"D'awwww! Vision and Wanda!" (Movie review by Various RevSF Artists, June 04, 2016.)

Carcassonne: The Princess and the Dragon
The classic tile laying game, now with extra dragon and princess? Surely, such fantasy elements are out of step with this German classic? (Game review by Matthew Pook, December 28, 2005.)

Cars
Sadly, not a remake of the 1952 Disney short “Susie the Little Blue Coupe”. (Movie review by Martin Thomas, June 21, 2006.)

Cars 2
Quite strong and good fun, unless you compare it to Cars. (Movie review by Laura Eldred, July 01, 2011.)

Cars: DVDetails
What’s The Mater With Cars? (Movie review by Alan J. Porter, February 08, 2007.)

Casino Royale
Is it shaky or stirring? (Movie review by Navin Vembar, November 20, 2006.)

Casino Royale: DVD
Come for the Bond Girls feature, stay for the actual movie. (Movie review by Rick Klaw, March 14, 2007.)

Casshern
The cinematic equivalent of a supermodel who can discuss Kierkegaard but can't walk and chew gum at the same time. (Anime review by Jayme Lynn Blaschke, October 23, 2007.)

Castle in the Sky
More spiffy anime from Oscar-winner Miyazaki. (Anime review by Jason Myers, April 18, 2003.)

Casual Comic Book Reader: Alan Moore
From gritty supers to swampy horror, Alan Moore still does it better the rest. (Comics review by Tim Stoltzfus, August 08, 2002.)

Casual Comic Book Reader: Animal Man, Jonny Double
July 18, 2002 : Animal Man Vol. 1 and Jonny Double. (Comics review by Tim Stoltzfus, July 18, 2002.)

Casual Comics Reader : Fury, Queen and Country
July 2002: Two new collections that will make you anything but a casual reader. (Comics review by Tim Stoltzfus, July 03, 2002.)

The Cat Returns
The fact that it's a sequel to a movie that never made it to the U.S. is only one of this film's problems. (Anime review by Jayme Lynn Blaschke, February 21, 2005.)

Cats and Dogs
Sometimes fun, always predictable, and not all that clever: this is the down side of moviemaking for kids. (Movie review by Jason Myers.)

Catwoman
The best DC Comics movie since Batman Forever! (Movie review by Joe Crowe, March 10, 2005.)

The Cave
Why does it feel like we've been down this cave before? (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, September 01, 2005.)

Cavemen
"Stick to your kind. Crave the cave." (TV review by Joe Crowe, October 03, 2007.)

CD Cardz: Planet of the Apes and Final Fantasy
RevolutionSF reviews two prominent releases in the CD Cardz line. (Game review by Kenn McCracken.)

The Cell
or Alice in LechterLand. (Movie review by Jason Myers, October 03, 2002.)

Centaur of the Crime by Michael Angel
Novels combine fantasy and police procedural. (Book review by David Medinnus, December 14, 2012.)

Champions of the Galaxy aCe 2119:Battle for Centra
Zombies wrestling demons wrestling humans. When will they stop ripping off Shakespeare? (Game review by Joe Crowe, January 17, 2006.)

Champions of the Galaxy: Early Classics
You got sci-fi in my pro wrestling! No, you got pro wrestling in my sci-fi! (Game review by Joe Crowe, May 28, 2005.)

Chandni Chowk to China
Somebody find a slovenly Indian food-stall operator. There's a Chinese village that needs liberating! (Movie review by Matthew Bey, January 23, 2009.)

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
Does eye-candy really have to have a point? (Movie review by Andrew Kozma and Laura Eldred, July 23, 2005.)

Charmed Season Premiere
Shannen's out, Rose is in, and the show is better than ever. (TV review by Rachel K. Ivey.)

Chew
A cop gets psychic flashes on the history of everything he eats. Hijinks ensue. (Comics review by Joe Crowe, April 14, 2011.)

Chez Goth
Paint your face white, add black eyeliner, wear lots of black clothing and silver jewellery. Then mope. Ah, the goth lifestyle, now available in a game-friendly version. (Game review by Matthew Pook, February 24, 2006.)

Chicken Little
Chicken In A Biskit’s good to eat; tastes like a biscuit with chicken meat! (Movie review by Alan J. Porter, April 25, 2006.)

The Children of Cthulhu
Chanting and ghouls and tentacles, oh my! RevSF reviews The Children of Cthulhu. (Book review by Peggy Hailey, May 08, 2003.)

Children of Dune DVDetails
The spice must flow. (TV review by Jason Myers, May 28, 2003.)

Children of Men
Both of our reviewers give it a 10 out of 10. So what are you waiting for? (Movie review by Andrew Kozma and Laura Eldred, January 16, 2007.)

Children of the Atom
They were X-Men when X-Men weren't cool. (Book review by Mark Finn, September 02, 2004.)

The Chinatown Death Cloud Peril
While looking into the mysterious death of their old friend H. P. Lovecraft, pulp writers Walter Gibson ("The Shadow") and Lester Dent ("Doc Savage") become embroiled in their very own pulp adventures. (Book review by Mark Finn, June 23, 2006.)

Chobits Volume 1: Persocom
The series that gives a whole new meaning to the term "a really sweet computer setup". (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, March 24, 2003.)

Chobits Volume 2: Empty City
The sugary sweet tale of a boy and his computer gets a little dose of spice in this volume, and it makes things a lot more interesting.... (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, July 25, 2003.)

The Chronicle
Can the recently renewed paranormal comedy live up to its own potential? (TV review by Joe Crowe.)

Chronicles of Humanity
Space sci-fi, with treachery, spaceships, and Felicia Day. (TV review by Joe Crowe, May 16, 2011.)

Chronicles of Narnia : Prince Caspian
"I was hoping for something more original." (Movie review by Alan J. Porter, December 04, 2008.)

The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe
Longest . . . movie title . . . EVER. (Movie review by Andrew Kozma and Laura Eldred, December 14, 2005.)

The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian
Hello, my name is Prince Caspian. You killed my father. Prepare to die. (Movie review by Laura Eldred, May 22, 2008.)

Chronicles of Narnia: Voyage of the Dawn Treader
"You have returned for a reason. You have come far. Now your journey lies beyond." (Movie review by Alan J. Porter, December 13, 2010.)

The Chronicles of Riddick
Sure, it’s fun to watch. But is it any good? (Movie review by Jason Myers and Andrew Kozma, June 16, 2004.)

Chuck : Half-Season 1
A review from the midway chuckpoint. (TV review by Deanna Toxopeus, January 21, 2008.)

Chuck Episode 1
"Don't puke on the C-4." (TV review by Joe Crowe, October 04, 2007.)

Chuck Season 3
Why do I keep forgetting we`re pals? (TV review by Mark Bousquet, July 02, 2010.)

City Come a-Walkin'
Recently reprinted, City Come a-Walkin' is a rich, gritty moment of early cyberpunk brilliance. (Book review by James M. Palmer.)

City of Ember
Bill Murray goes underground. (Movie review by Laura G. Eldred, October 16, 2008.)

City of Saints and Madmen
Strange horror, slapstick comedy, exquisite prose... Jeff Topham presents an alarmingly well-documented review of Jeff VanderMeer's City of Saints and Madmen. (Book review by Jeff Topham, June 12, 2002.)

City of Saints and Madmen (paperback)
Surrealism, savagery, and squids. Our Peggy Hailey is in dark fantasy heaven. (Book review by Peggy Hailey, July 26, 2002.)

CJ7
Shaolin Soccer’s Stephen Chow writes and directs... a family comedy? (Movie review by Navin Vembar, March 17, 2008.)

Clerks 2
More of the first Clerks movie, plus a donkey. (Movie review by Laura Eldred, July 27, 2006.)

Clerks Collector's Edition: Quick and Dirty DVD Review
They didn't quite give this Collector's Edition the classic treatment, but it's still a classic worth getting. (Movie review by Joe Hourcle, August 08, 2002.)

Clerks: The Animated Series Quick and Dirty DVD Review
This one beat our expectationsóbut when you expect it to be crap, that's not hard. . . . (Movie review by Joe Hourcle, August 08, 2002.)

Click
Go ahead, click. We dare you. (Movie review by Laura Eldred, July 10, 2006.)

Clockstoppers
RevSF reviews a movie that will make you wish you could stop time. (Movie review by Jason Myers.)

Cloverfield
'So just to be clear. We die down here, we die in the tunnels, or we die up there.' (Movie review by Joe Crowe, January 18, 2008.)

Cold Space
Cold Space puts the Cold War onto an interstellar chessboard, but our reviewer asks "why?" (Game review by James L. Cambias, December 31, 2006.)

Coldheart Canyon: A Hollywood Ghost Story
Clive Barker's horror is creepy, it's greasy, and it's almost always good. So why does Canyon leave you cold? (Book review by Peggy Hailey.)

The Collected Stories of Greg Bear
From a trucker who ferries souls to hell to sentient nanobots who work to change their host from the inside out, the stories in The Collected Stories of Greg Bear span 30 years in the career of Greg Bear. New reviewer Kit O'Connell gives us the lo (Book review by Kit O'Connell, November 30, 2002.)

The Collector
Human crook vs. psycho killer. Run awaaaaay! (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, August 07, 2009.)

Comic Book Probe: Saga, Batman
Collections of alien drama Saga and the latest from Batman get reviews. (Comics review by Sarah Arnold and @sarah_arnold , April 09, 2013.)

Comic Book Villains
Don’t let the title entice you! Run awaaaay! (Movie review by Joe Crowe, May 28, 2005.)

Comic Book: The Movie
Hollywood besmirches the memory of yet another beloved comic book icon. (Movie review by Jason Myers, January 23, 2004.)

Comic Con 2004 Independent Comics Round-Up and Review
Dark or bright, sparse or lush, Web or print. RevolutionSF explores indie comics at the San Diego Comic Con. (Comics review by Andrew Kozma, April 24, 2005.)

Comic Party volumes 1 and 2
An anime by geeks, for geeks, and about geeks that hits a wee bit too close to home.... (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, May 30, 2004.)

Comics Gone Ape!
Comics may, indeed, have gone ape, but reviewer Rick Klaw did not. See one of our resident Monkey Men pummel the pitiable Comics Gone Ape!. (Book review by Rick Klaw, October 12, 2007.)

Comics Pull List Review: 2002
Win a few, lose a few -- the world of one reader's comics in 2002. (Comics review by Jason Shayer, January 03, 2003.)

Comics Reviewlution : New X-Men, Angel and the Ape
August 23, 2001 : Tangled Web #5, Rogue #1, Angel and the Ape #1, and New X-Men #116. (Comics review by Kenn McCracken.)

Comics Reviewlution : Red Star, Wonder Woman, Fantastic Four
July 2001: Comics reviews aplenty. (Comics review by Kenn McCracken.)

Comics Reviewlution Manga Blowout: September 2004
Teens! Shopping! Sorcery! The utter horror of a psycho girlfriend! (Comics review by Kevin Pezzano, October 27, 2004.)

Comics Reviewlution: A Moment of Silence
Jan. 10, 2002 : A Moment of Silence, Adventures of Superman #600, Felon #2, Rising Stars #17, Transmetropolitan #52. (Comics review by Kenn McCracken.)

Comics Reviewlution: Abdazad, Secret Identity
March 22, 2004: Secret Identity, Abdazad, Conan, and more! (Comics review by Kevin Pezzano and Robert Mansperger, March 22, 2004.)

Comics Reviewlution: Adventures in the Rifle Brigade
November 9, 2001: Alias #3, Vampi Digital #1, JLA/Haven: Arrival #1. (Comics review by Kenn McCracken.)

Comics Reviewlution: Adventures in the Rifle Brigade, Cyclops, Vampirella
August 9, 2001 : Vampirella #1, and Transmetropolitan #48. (Comics review by Kenn McCracken.)

Comics Reviewlution: Amazing Spider-Man, Godshead
Feb. 11, 2002: Spider-Man #38, S.C.I. Spy #1. (Comics review by Kenn McCracken.)

Comics Reviewlution: Astonishing X-Men, Ex Machina
Sept. 2004: Astonishing X-Men, people! Damn! And Jubilee: damn. (Comics review by Kevin Pezzano, October 27, 2004.)

Comics Reviewlution: Authority, The Hood, Deadpool
May 30, 2002: Authority, Action Comics, The Hood #1, and Deadpool. (Comics review by Kenn McCracken, May 30, 2002.)

Comics Reviewlution: Authority, Thor
Dec. 8, 2001: Ultimate X-Men, Thor. (Comics review by Kenn McCracken.)

Comics Reviewlution: Barry Ween, Green Lantern
September 10, 2001 : Daredevil: Yellow, Green Lantern #142, Ultimate Spider-Man #13, Barry Ween: Monkey Tales, and Superman #174. (Comics review by Kenn McCracken.)

Comics Reviewlution: Batman, New X-men
Jan. 8, 2002 : Batman: the 10¢ Adventure, New X-Men #121, and Alias #5. (Comics review by Kenn McCracken.)

Comics Reviewlution: Batman/Deathblow, Felon
April 26, 2001: Attack of the Clones, Felon. (Comics review by Joe Crowe.)

Comics Reviewlution: Cage, Batman, The Order
March 1, 2002: The Order #1, and Howard the Duck #2. (Comics review by Kenn McCracken.)

Comics Reviewlution: Captain Marvel, High Roads, Plastic Farm
April 4, 2002: Captain Marvel #30, High Roads #1, Morlocks #1, Pounded #1, Deadline #1, and Plastic Farm #1-3. (Comics review by Kenn McCracken.)

Comics Reviewlution: Cla$$War, Just A Pilgrim
March 27, 2002: Fused, Thing / She-Hulk: The Long Night, and Just a Pilgrim: Garden of Eden. (Comics review by Kenn McCracken.)

Comics Reviewlution: Deadline, DC First, Fathom
May 7, 2002: Buffy #44, Fathom #14. (Comics review by Joe Crowe, May 07, 2002.)

Comics Reviewlution: Defiance, Hawkman, Exiles
March 12, 2002: Defiance #1, Hawkman #1, Strange Killings #1, and Exiles #11. (Comics review by Kenn McCracken.)

Comics Reviewlution: Ex Machina, Ghostbusters, Astonishing X-Men
June 27, 2004: Good stuff in the comics. (Comics review by Kevin Pezzano and Others, June 20, 2004.)

Comics Reviewlution: Ghost Rider, Ultimate Marvel Team-Up
Sept. 20, 2001 victims: Ghost Rider #4, Superman: Man of Steel #118, and Ultimate Marvel Team-Up #7. (Comics review by Kenn McCracken.)

Comics Reviewlution: Giant Flash Annual, Ultimate Spider-Man
Oct. 8, 2001 : Giant Flash Annual 1963, Amazing Spider-Man #35, and Doom Patrol #1. (Comics review by Kenn McCracken.)

Comics Reviewlution: Green Lantern, Fables
May 22, 2002: Spider-Man Blue, and Marvel Knights Double Shot #2. (Comics review by Kenn McCracken, May 22, 2002.)

Comics Reviewlution: Howard the Duck, Flash
Jan. 24, 2002: JSA #32, Howard the Duck . (Comics review by Kenn McCracken.)

Comics Reviewlution: JLA, X-Treme X-Men
Dec. 31, 2001: Xtreme X-Men Annual 2001, Ultimate Marvel Team-Up #11, and Hellblazer #169. (Comics review by Kenn McCracken.)

Comics Reviewlution: Marvel Mangaverse. Rabbit With Big Pointy Teeth
Jan. 21, 2002 : Incredible Hulk #36, Marvel Mangaverse: New Dawn #1, and a Rabbit with Big Pointy Teeth! (Comics review by Kenn McCracken.)

Comics Reviewlution: Midnight Nation, Barry Ween
December 14, 2001: Adventures of Superman #599, Adventures of Barry Ween, Boy Genius vol. 3 #5, and Killer Princess #1. (Comics review by Kenn McCracken.)

Comics Reviewlution: Nightcrawler, Four Women
December 4, 2001 : New X-Men #119, Fury #3, Transmetropolitan #51. (Comics review by Kenn McCracken.)

Comics Reviewlution: Our Worlds at War, Hellblazer
August 30, 2001: X-Force #119, CrossGen Supplement/Wizard #121. (Comics review by Kenn McCracken.)

Comics Reviewlution: Red Star, Legion, Paradise X
Oct. 25, 2001: The Red Star>#7, Nightside#1, Legion #1. (Comics review by Kenn McCracken.)

Comics Reviewlution: Taskmaster, Power Company, Muties
Feb. 15, 2002: Muties #1, and New X-Men #122! (Comics review by Kenn McCracken.)

Comics Reviewlution: Treehouse of Horror, Transmetropolitan
Oct. 15, 2001: Fury #2, Four Women #1, (Comics review by Kenn McCracken.)

Comics Reviewlution: Ultimate Spider-Man, Planetary
Aug. 1, 2001: JLA #56, Ultimate Spider-Man #12, and Planetary #15. (Comics review by Kenn McCracken.)

Comics Reviewlution: Ultimates, Dark Knight Strikes Again
Feb. 4, 2002: Ultimate Marvel Team-Up #12. (Comics review by Kenn McCracken.)

Comics Wrap-Up : Moving Pictures, The Playwright, BB Wolf and the Three LPs
Read these comics! Well, most of them. (Comics review by Sarah Arnold, January 10, 2011.)

The Complete Griselda
Enjoy the semi-criminal exploits of the ner-do-wells in the popular fantasy world of RuneQuest and Hero Wars as related in amiable style of a New York sports writer… (Game review by Matthew Pook, April 14, 2006.)

Conan the Barbarian
Conan! Valeria! Thulsa Doom! Crom commands that you own this movie. (Movie review by Joe Crowe, February 12, 2003.)

Conan the Barbarian
A second opinion about Conan. (Movie review by Bryan Crowson, August 25, 2011.)

Conan the Barbarian (2011)
Our resident Conan-ologist reviews the 2011 movie. (Movie review by Mark Finn, August 22, 2011.)

Conan the Barbarian (2011) blu-ray
RevolutionSF`s Mark Finn was consulted for the Conan movie DVD. Whoo! Two degrees from Jason Momoa! (Movie review by Mark Finn, November 22, 2011.)

Conan the Conqueror
Fantasy legends Michael Moorcock and James Cawthorn review one of the grandest adventures of Conan the Cimmerian, greatest warrior of the Hyborian age. (Book review by Michael Moorcock and James Cawthorn.)

Conan: The Roleplaying Game
Shadows, blood, and not a pointy ear in sight. (Game review by Mark Finn, March 30, 2004.)

Confessions of a B-Movie Fanatic : Troll 2
"You see this writing? You know what it means? Hospitality!" (Movie review by Amanda J. Landon (@aj_landon) , January 10, 2012.)

Confessions of a B-Movie Fanatic: Beast From Haunted Cave (1959)
The beast in question is the Cotton Candy of Doom. (Movie review by AJ Landon, September 19, 2011.)

Confessions of a B-Movie Fanatic: Journey to the 7th Planet (1962)
B-movie goodness from URANUS. (Movie review by Amanda J. Landon, June 07, 2012.)

Confessions of a B-Movie Fanatic: Manster (1959)
"This is for science, for human knowledge!" (Movie review by Amanda J. Landon, November 18, 2011.)

Confessions of a B-Movie Fanatic: The Legend of Bigfoot (1976)
Good Bigfoot entertainment as long as shots of tequila and a few good friends are involved. (Movie review by AJ Landon, September 09, 2011.)

The Consortium of Genius Home Video, Episode Four
When RevolutionSF goes public, these guys will play the IPO party. (Collectibles review by Paul T. Riddell.)

Constantine
Whoa! This movie's not terrible! (Movie review by Joe Crowe, March 22, 2005.)

Constantine (2014)
Where is Keanu? WHERE? (TV review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, November 14, 2014.)

Continuum
Future cop follows future bad guys to today: Hijinks ensue. (TV review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, February 15, 2013.)

Coraline
Neil Gaiman's long-awaited children's fantasy deftly blends dreamy fear, surreal beauty, whimsical humor, and simple, powerful truths. (Book review by Shane Ivey, May 28, 2002.)

Coraline
You've seen the preview; now get the full review of Neil Gaiman's fairy-tale wonder. (Book review by Kenn McCracken, June 14, 2002.)

Coraline
Lush visual world. Twisted, fascinating story. Buttons sewed onto eyes. (Movie review by Laura Eldred, February 14, 2009.)

Coraline, The Thief Lord, and Summerland
Adventurer Paul O. Miles treks into the wilds of children's books and brings back a map pointing the way to the treasures waiting there. (Book review by Paul O. Miles, January 28, 2003.)

The Core
Rotten or not? (Movie review by Jason Myers, March 31, 2003.)

Corpse Bride
It's the best stop-motion Tim Burton extravaganza since A Nightmare Before Christmas! (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, September 29, 2005.)

Cosmo Warrior Zero: Cold Steel Immortals
Space Pirate Captain Harlock returns in a brand-new series! Except he's not really in it that much. And the animation kinda sucks. Has anime's most famous buccaneer finally met his match? (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, October 14, 2002.)

Cover Story: The Art of John Picacio
Looking for razor-sharp book design, gorgeous full-color art, AND interesting insights into the creative process? Look no further. (Book review by Peggy Hailey, June 23, 2006.)

Cowboy Bebop
"It's as if The French Connection were crossed with Babylon 5, with Louis Armstrong doing the background music..." (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano.)

Cowboy Bebop - Week Two
Not as groundbreaking as its premier, the second "session" of Cowboy Bebop is still stylishly dark fun. (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano.)

Cowboy Bebop: Weeks 3 - 5
Some strong, one uneven, and a show-defining classic thrown in the middle: Cowboy Bebop stays at the top of the game. (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano.)

Cowboy Bebop: The Movie
Hopefully RevSF anime guy Kevin won't bebop Jason on the head for this review. (Movie review by Jason Myers, April 02, 2003.)

Cowboy Bebop: the Movie DVDetails
An extras-packed disc that's just as stylin' and groovin' as the anime itself. (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, July 03, 2003.)

Cowboys and Aliens
Will it blend? Find out if Westerns mix well with sci-fi. (Movie review by Dodger Winslow, August 18, 2011.)

The Crazies
Timothy Olyphant rules! And there are zombies. (Movie review by Jeff Ward, March 03, 2010.)

Creature Tech
The Shroud of Turin. Hillbilly insectoids. Demonically possessed cats. Giant space eels. Anything here caught your interest yet? (Comics review by Nick Brownlow, October 02, 2002.)

Creepy Susie And 13 Other Tragic Tales For Troubled Children
Creepy Susie, The Debbies, Eric Twinklebutt... Angus Oblong's twisted little stories are far too fun to pass up! (Book review by Peggy Hailey.)

Cross Plains Universe
When the legend of Robert E. Howard gets tangled up in the myths of Texas, the result is pure entertainment. (Book review by Peggy Hailey, October 31, 2006.)

The Crow: Salvation
Let no one ever forget. (Movie review by Shane Ivey, January 09, 2003.)

Crusoe
Like Gilligan and Lost, but with only one guy. (TV review by Joe Crowe, November 13, 2008.)

Cry Wolf
Bored teens. A prep school. A supposedly made-up murderer. Do we all see where this is heading? (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, September 29, 2005.)

Cryptonomicon
If you haven't read it yet, you're cheating yourself. This is as funny, exciting, and informative a story as you can find. (Book review by Shane Ivey.)

Cthulhu Live, Second Edition
It looks like a really fun game, but preparing even a simple session for your local game group might result in some serious SAN loss... (Game review by Kevin Pezzano, August 18, 2003.)

Cthulhu: Dark Ages
The Blair Witch ain’t got nothing on the Dark Goat of the Woods. (Game review by Matt Cowger, May 02, 2005.)

Cult
Cults on TV are today what real world fairy tales were in 2011. (TV review by Mark Bousquet, February 19, 2013.)

Curious Case of Benjamin Button
The very, very, very, very, very long life of Benjamin Button. (Movie review by Derek A. Johnson, January 06, 2009.)

Curious George
Here at RevSF, we likes us some monkeys. Preferably monkeys dipped in puddin'. (Movie review by Martin Thomas, February 16, 2006.)

The Curse of Chalion
Lois McMaster Bujold has written a book that DOESN'T feature Miles Vorkosigan. Am I pleased, or frightened? (Book review by Candace L. Myers, October 24, 2002.)

Curse of the Golden Flower
Chow Yun-Fat and Gong Li in a film about the worst Thanksgiving dinner ever. (Movie review by Navin Vembar, January 04, 2007.)

Cursed
These guys know how to make really great horror. So why don't they? (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, February 28, 2005.)

CUSP
Time travel, meddling aliens and intelligent dinosaurs all mixed up together in a story that moves so fast you don't have time to ask questions? This IS your daddy's Science Fiction, and sometimes that's a very good thing. (Book review by Robert R. Chase, August 16, 2005.)

Cybermancy, Incorporated
New adventure fiction about generations of heroes. Also: zombies. (Book review by Joe Crowe, October 15, 2002.)

Cyberpunk v3.0
The wait is over. Has it been worth it for this update of THE cyberpunk RPG? (Game review by harvey, November 11, 2006.)

The Da Vinci Code
Co-starring Ian McKellen. Call him SIR, dammit! (Movie review by Laura Eldred, May 24, 2006.)

Damnation Alley
The late, great Roger Zelazny once cranked out a gritty little novel about a biker named Hell driving across a nation that had become Hell. Ivan Lerner looks back at Damnation Alley. (Book review by Ivan Lerner.)

The Damned
What would happen if Clive Barker wrote The Godfather? (Comics review by Mark London Williams, May 25, 2008.)

Dan and Larry in "Don't Do That"
It looks cute and harmless. It's neither. (Comics review by Kenn McCracken.)

Danger Boy
Time travel? Dinosaurs? King Arthur? Baseball? Where the heck were these books when I was a kid? Paul O. Miles reviews Danger Boy: Ancient Fire and Danger Boy: Dragon Sword by Mark London Williams. (Book review by Paul O. Miles, July 16, 2004.)

The Dangers of Toys 'R' Us: Lego Dinosaurs
For our first toys 'n' collectibles review, editor Paul T. Riddell takes a look at a subject close to his heart: dinosaurs! Lego dinosaurs, that is. (Game review by Paul T. Riddell.)

Daredevil
This movie hits the bullseye most of the time. So to speak. (Movie review by Joe Crowe, February 15, 2003.)

Daredevil (2015)
Various RevSF artists discuss Daredevil. (TV review by Various RevolutionSF artists and @RevolutionSF, April 13, 2015.)

The Dark
Sean Bean and Maria Bello. In the dark. Whoo-hoo! (Movie review by Sackett, September 28, 2006.)

Dark Angel, the Season 2 Premiere
New villains, new fights, and lots of "copulation". Is Dark Angel getting better with age? (TV review by Laura Sorenson.)

Dark City: New Joe's Quick and Dirty DVD Review
You already know if the movie's any good: but what about the DVD? New Joe is here for you. (Movie review by Joe Hourcle.)

The Dark Crystal: Quick and Dirty DVD Review
Proof, if you needed it, that a fun movie does not a great DVD make. (Movie review by Joe Hourcle, August 22, 2002.)

Dark Grimoire
The best computer game of 20 years ago. (Game review by Mark Finn, June 27, 2004.)

Dark Harvest
It's Halloween night, 1963, and the fields rustle as something moves through the dead, dry cornstalks. It's Sawtooth Jack, the October Boy, and he's coming for you. (Book review by Peggy Hailey, October 27, 2007.)

Dark Kingdom: The Dragon King
Let's all say Nibelung together. It's fun. (TV review by Joe Crowe, March 31, 2006.)

Dark Knight
We continue to gather our thoughts about that movie with what's-his-name. (Movie review by RevolutionSF, July 22, 2008.)

The Dark Knight
Oscar-worthy performances, and another look at the new thing with Batman in it. (Movie review by Jay Willson, July 23, 2008.)

Dark Knight Rises
Bane and his coat own the new Batman movie. (Movie review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, July 27, 2012.)

Dark Knight Strikes Again
Frank Miller's Dark Knight Returns was incredible. The sequel? Not so much. (Comics review by Joe Crowe, August 21, 2002.)

The Dark Knight Strikes Again #1
It's here! But does it live up to the original? (And should it have to?) (Comics review by Kenn McCracken.)

The Dark Tower: The Flash Game
Orson Welles not included. (Game review by Mark Finn, August 24, 2004.)

Dark Water
Don't go in the water — the dark water! (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, July 13, 2005.)

Darkness
Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz. (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, April 25, 2005.)

Darkness Falls
It's THE NUMBER ONE MOVIE IN AMERICA! Ass. (Movie review by Jason Myers, January 27, 2003.)

Darwinia
"The most perfect video game I’ve played in the last year." (Game review by Andrew Kozma, October 16, 2006.)

Dating Secrets of the Dead
Funny, spooky, and meaningful, Dating Secrets of the Dead shows a fine new writer heading for the top of his game. (Book review by Peggy Hailey, August 01, 2002.)

Daughter of Dracula
Dracula's daughter and the Red Baron, in love. Ain't that sweet? (Comics review by Van Allen Plexico, December 11, 2007.)

Dawn of the Dead (1978) DVDetails
I feel the need... the need to feed. (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, March 26, 2004.)

Dawn of the Dead (2004)
Dead by dawn, dead by dawn! (Movie review by Jason Myers and Andrew Kozma, March 26, 2004.)

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
These movies prove that we do not hate every ape we see, from Chimpan A to Chimpan Z. (Movie review by Tegan Hendrickson and @artful_username, July 27, 2014.)

The Day After Tomorrow
It’s the end of the world. Again. (Movie review by Jason Myers and Gary Mitchel, June 04, 2004.)

The Day The Earth Stood Still
It is never a good sign when part of a movie's ad campaign is another movie's trailer that will be shown with it. (Movie review by Navin Vembar, December 15, 2008.)

The Day of the Triffids
Not every tale can be successfully retold in another medium. Can this "ancient" radio series successfully retell The Day of the Triffids? (Book review by Matthew Pook, January 24, 2007.)

Days of Our Lives and Passions
Soap operas are sci-fi. (TV review by Joe Crowe, February 11, 2003.)

DC Goes Ape!
One of our resident ape authorities, Rick Klaw swings through the wilds of some of the best ape stories DC has to offer. (Comics review by Rick Klaw, October 25, 2008.)

DC Universe : Enemies and Allies
Kevin J. Anderson does Superman and Batman in non-comic book form. (Book review by Alan J. Porter, April 03, 2009.)

Dead Like Me : Life After Death
A new DVD movie sequelizes the Dead Like Me series. But it has no Patinkin. (TV review by Matt Cowger, March 05, 2009.)

Dead of Night: the Little Book of Horrors
A pocket sized Horror RPG!?! What’s next? Square watermelons? (Game review by Warren Banks, August 14, 2006.)

Dead Silence
If a ventriloquist mimes being trapped in a tree that falls in a forest, does it make a sound? (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, March 24, 2007.)

The Dead Zone
Anthony Michael Hall -- Farmer Ted no more! (TV review by Amy H. Sturgis, October 24, 2003.)

Deadgirl
This film does the one thing that horror movies are supposed to do and does it completely; it makes you really uncomfortable. (Movie review by Matt Cowger, June 18, 2009.)

Death Race
Finally, a movie that addresses the issue of gladiatorial death-match car-racing in futuristic prisons. (Movie review by Matthew Bey, August 25, 2008.)

Deep Blue Sea (1999): An Appreciation
Oh, super-intelligent sharks. Is there anything you can't do? (Movie review by Joe Crowe, August 07, 2007.)

Defenders of the Faith
The folks behind D&D finally made clerics and paladins interesting! (Game review by Shane Ivey.)

Defiance
Pale people! Put some clothes on. (TV review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, November 07, 2014.)

Defying Gravity
Grey`s Anatomy ... in space! (TV review by Deanna Toxopeus, August 12, 2009.)

Deja Vu
Tony Scott, we know Ridley, and you, sir, are no Ridley. (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, December 12, 2006.)

Delicatessen: DVDetails
A rare AND well-done main course, served with savory extras on the side. (Movie review by Andrew Kozma, May 08, 2006.)

The Deryni Adventure Game
Comic and movie adaptations might have all the pizzazz, but what does this classic fantasy series-based RPG have to offer? (Game review by Matthew Pook, October 29, 2006.)

The Descent
Monsters, suspense, creepy lighting, plenty o’ scares, and hot chicks in bloody, wet clothes. (Movie review by Laura Eldred, August 19, 2006.)

Descent: Journeys Into the Dark
The dungeon game gets big. Too big? Too much fun? Or just too much? (Game review by harvey, December 05, 2006.)

The Desert by Bryon Morrigan
"Stay out of the fog. Do not go in the hole." (Book review by Matt Cowger, June 26, 2011.)

Despicable Me
"Wow, this is garbage! You actually like this?" (Movie review by Alan J. Porter, July 08, 2010.)

The Despiser
The video-game movie thatís not based on a video-game. (Movie review by Jason Myers, April 10, 2003.)

Devil
Devil Vs. Elevator! (Movie review by Jeff Ward, September 28, 2010.)

The Devil You Know
Ghosts are everywhere and zombies are a fact of life in this thriller. (Book review by Sackett, December 03, 2007.)

The Devil's Backbone
You may think horror's dead, but don't bury it yet: The Devil's Backbone is the sort of film to bring it creeping back to life. (Movie review by Rick Klaw.)

Devilchild Vol I: Hell Is Around the Corner
It's that old son of Satan storyline -- but with British humor and cynicism. (Comics review by Alan J. Porter, August 28, 2002.)

The Devil`s Rain: The Wiseguy Geekboy Bad Movie Review
In search of the worst sci-fi movies! Starting things off: The Devil`s Rain! (Movie review by Phillip White.)

Dexter The Second Season
The Zen-like Keith Carradine and a skanky Jaime Murray join the cast for the riveting second season chronicle of everyone's favorite serial killer. (TV review by Rick Klaw, September 07, 2008.)

Diana: Warrior Princess
"If entertainment executives do not evolve, in 3000 years the TV show based on the 20th century will be Diana: Warrior Princess." (Game review by Chad Underkoffler, January 07, 2006.)

Diary of the Dead
George Romero delivers a zombie movie with heart. (Not just the kind eaten by zombies.) (Movie review by Jorge de la Cova, February 24, 2008.)

Dinosaurs: The Complete First and Second Seasons
SIN-clairs! Meet the SIN-clairs! They're the modern dino fam-i-ly! Filled with jokes and satire it's a spoof about hu-man-i-ty! (TV review by Jayme Lynn Blaschke, May 16, 2006.)

Dinotopia
Some dinosaurs talk, others eat you. Just another day for you and me in Dinotopia. (TV review by Joe Crowe, December 07, 2002.)

Diplomatic Immunity
Lois McMaster Bujold's new Vorkosigan book is a real page turner; just not a real good one. (Book review by Jayme Lynn Blaschke, July 26, 2002.)

DIPS
A sci-fi sitcom about a delivery service in space. With robots and zombies! (Humor review by Joe Crowe, June 10, 2007.)

Disney Treasures: The Adventures of Oswald the Lucky Rabbit
But the real star of the DVD is pioneer animator Ub Iwerks. (Misc review by Paul Miles, February 14, 2008.)

Disney Treasures: The Chronological Donald, Volume III, 1949-1950
If Donald Duck said that, we wouldn’t understand it. (Misc review by Paul Miles, February 14, 2008.)

District 9
"When dealing with aliens, try to be polite, but firm. And always remember that a smile is cheaper than a bullet." (Movie review by Jens Rushing, October 19, 2009.)

Divergence Eve Volume 1
Evangelion meets Xenosaga meets Baywatch. (Anime review by Gabe Glick, April 17, 2005.)

Do No Harm
A doctor has a split personality who is kind of a douche. (TV review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, February 15, 2013.)

Do You Worship Cthulhu?
A bunch of gamers or a group of party goers? Surely one them is a secret worshipper of the dreaming Elder God? Find out which one in the simple little ritual. (Game review by Matthew Pook, May 22, 2007.)

DOA: Dead or Alive
Like the video game, but all you do is watch. Which leaves both your hands free! (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, June 20, 2007.)

Doctor Who Season Six : The Impossible Astronaut
Rules are broken in the first episode of season six of Doctor Who. (TV review by Alan Riquelmy, April 24, 2011.)

Doctor Who Season Six: Curse of the Black Spot
Matt Smith scores as the Doctor, and so does Amy. (TV review by Alan Riquelmy, May 14, 2011.)

Doctor Who Season Six: Day of the Moon
The Doctor again breaks the laws of time. Good going, Doc. (TV review by Alan Riquelmy, May 09, 2011.)

Doctor Who Season Six: Let`s Kill Hitler
Amy, Rory, and River Song, and the Doctor gets ordered to take them to Berlin so they can kill Hitler. (TV review by Mark Bousquet, August 29, 2011.)

Doctor Who Season Six: Rebel Flesh, The Almost People
Wanted: Less scampering, more storytelling. (TV review by Alan Riquelmy, June 04, 2011.)

Doctor Who Season Six: The Doctor`s Wife
Neil Gaiman wrote this episode, and our ultimate Who fan did not exactly care for it. (TV review by Alan Riquelmy, May 20, 2011.)

Doctor Who: The New Series
The effects are still cheesy and the characters and stories are more compelling than ever. The new Who rocks. (TV review by Matt Cowger, October 18, 2005.)

Dog Soldiers
The hit Brit werewolf movie crosses the pond to kick some arse. (Movie review by Jason Myers, November 21, 2002.)

Dogma - Special Edition vs. Regular Edition: New Joe's Quick and Dirty DVD Review
One kicks ass, the other sucks; which one are YOU going to spend $25 on? (Movie review by Joe Hourcle.)

Dominion
This one has the CUMMERBUND OF DEATH. (TV review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, November 12, 2014.)

Don’t Walk In Winter Wood
Nice day for a stroll in the woods. What could possibly go wrong? "Don’t Walk In Winter Wood" aims to find out! (Game review by Warren Banks, March 17, 2006.)

Donnie Darko
Just your average "high school boy meets large bipedal metal-faced rabbit" movie. (Movie review by Jason Myers.)

Doogal
A crap-assed big-screen version of a beloved British retooling of a near-forgotten French kid’s show. Huh? (Movie review by Jonathan McCalmont, February 21, 2006.)

DOOM
Does The Rock suck, or does The Rock rock? (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, October 28, 2005.)

Doomsday
"In the land of the infected, the immune man is king." (Movie review by Laura Eldred, March 21, 2008.)

Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog Act 1 and 2
Our spoiler-free review: "I’m just a few weeks away from a real, audible connection." (TV review by Gary Mitchel, July 15, 2008.)

Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog Act 3
"We do the weird stuff!" (TV review by Gary Mitchel, July 23, 2008.)

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
Michael Moorcock and James Cawthorn review a horror novel we may never quite be able to give up. (Book review by Michael Moorcock and James Cawthorn.)

Dr. Seuss` How the Grinch Stole Christmas
The Whos had it coming. (TV review by Mark Bousquet, December 15, 2010.)

Dr. Strange (1978)
Way before Benedict Cumberbatched, Dr. Strange was in live action in the swinging 70s. (TV review by Joe Crowe and @yojoecrowe, November 05, 2016.)

Dr. Strange (2007)
Doctor Strange in a cartoon! But no rocking of the 1970s man-stache. (Movie review by Joe Crowe, September 19, 2007.)

Dr. Strange (2016)
The hoary hosts of Hoggoth smile upon this film. (Movie review by Gary Mitchel and @gary_mitchel, November 06, 2016.)

Dr. Strange TV-Movie (1978)
Marvel Comics' master magician in live action, complete with swinging medallions. (TV review by Joe Crowe, December 06, 2006.)

Dr. Strange TV-Movie (1978)
Doctor Strange`s 1978 TV movie is a feast of VHS-era enjoyment. (TV review by Joe Crowe and @yojoecrowe, December 29, 2015.)

Dracula (2013)
The Twilight era has finally entwined the best-known vampire in its moist embrace. (TV review by Joe Crowe and @yojoecrowe, October 29, 2013.)

Dracula 2000
Christopher Plummer IS Van Helsing. (Movie review by Jason Myers, June 27, 2003.)

Dracula II: Ascension
The movie that goes from suck to blow. Well, mostly it just blows. (Movie review by Jason Myers, June 27, 2003.)

Drag Me To Hell
The star deserves an award for all the horrid things that end up in her mouth. (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, June 05, 2009.)

Dragon Ball Z : Resurrection F
Beloved characters. Iconic villain. And of course, fights! (Movie review by Jessa Phillips and @goodtobeageek, August 07, 2015.)

Dragon Precinct by Keith DeCandido
High fantasy plus police procedural = awesome. (Book review by David Medinnus, December 25, 2012.)

Dragonfly
If you only see one insect-titled supernatural thriller this year, see The Mothman Prophecies. If you have time to see two insect-titled supernatural thrillers this year, see… The Mothman Prophecies a second time. (Movie review by Jason Myers.)

Dream Team With Annabelle and Michael
Don't dream, it's over. Hey now! (TV review by Joe Crowe, March 02, 2003.)

Dreamcatcher
Now we've read the book, and... well, the cover wasn't far off the mark, after all. (Book review by Peggy Hailey.)

Dreamcatcher
Not an Oscar-contender, but so what? (Movie review by Jason Myers, March 28, 2003.)

Dredd
A Judge Dredd movie without Rob Schneider! (Movie review by Wesley Kerr, September 21, 2012.)

Dredd
Watch this movie. This is not a negotiation. (Movie review by Mark Bousquet (mark_bousquet), September 24, 2012.)

Dresden Files
Dresden Files is like Charmed, but without the bellybutton shirts. (TV review by J. V. Carone, January 29, 2007.)

Dune: House Corrino
In the final book of the prequel trilogy, can Kevin J. Anderson and Brian Herbert live up to Frank Herbert's Dune? (Book review by Peggy Hailey.)

Dungeon Crawl Classics #34: Cage of Delirium
Not Dungeons and Dragons, but Dungeons and Music. What can a Gothic soundtrack do to alleviate the slaughter of an old-style dungeon bash? (Game review by Matthew Pook, April 14, 2007.)

Dungeons and Dragons 4th Edition Red Box
Ideal for non-gamers. Not sure why you would want to hang out with them, but that is on you. (Game review by Matt Cowger, November 08, 2010.)

Dungeons and Dragons Dungeon Tiles Master Set
Tiles! (Game review by Matt Cowger, January 28, 2011.)

Dungeons and Dragons Movie (2000): Advice from a DM
Advice for the director of the Dungeons and Dragons movie. ( review by Josh Black, August 14, 2007.)

Dungeons and Dragons, Edition 3.5
If you're reading this review, you already have Third Edition. So should you buy 3.5? (Game review by Jeff Quick, July 13, 2003.)

Dungeons and Dragons: Chainmail
Wizards of the Coast has released its fantasy adventure game of small-group skirmishes and miniature collecting. And now it has Chainmail, too. (Game review by Shane Ivey.)

Dungeons and Dragons: Conquest of Nerath
Axis and Allies, but with dwarves and dungeons. (Game review by Matt Cowger, June 09, 2011.)

Dungeons and Dragons: Heroes of Shadow
This expansion of fourth edition brings on the bad guys. (Game review by Matt Cowger, April 21, 2011.)

Dungeons and Dragons: Shadowfell, Gloomwrought and Beyond
Gloom and doom pervade the setting of a new D&D adventure game. (Game review by Matt Cowger, May 31, 2011.)

Dylan Dog
"There are no heroes in the world of zombies." (Movie review by Larry Davis and Michael Davis, May 06, 2011.)

E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial
We watched it in the theater, and we'll tell you one thing for sure. Nothing says "critically beloved family classic" like a good "Uranus" joke. (Movie review by Jason Myers.)

EarthAD
Something has survived the end of civilization! Be it Triffids, dinosaurs, or the Big One, this product is what you need to pick up the pieces afterward. (Game review by Eric Funk, December 19, 2005.)

EarthAD Enhancement Pack
Enhance or improve, what does this supplement do for EarthAD, Politically Incorrect Games' RPG of post-holocaust survival? (Game review by Matthew Pook, January 02, 2006.)

Earthbound by Joe Haldeman
Check out Joe Haldeman`s trilogy about a teen who emigrates to Mars, and hijinks ensue. (Book review by J.J.S. Boyce, May 16, 2012.)

Eastwick
"I think you think I'm adorable." (TV review by Joe Crowe, October 02, 2009.)

ECW on Sci Fi
Geek circles intersect! Fans explode! (TV review by Joe Crowe, June 15, 2006.)

The Edgar Allan Poe Audio Collection
Vincent Price, Basil Rathbone, and Edgar Allen Poe... Why haven't you bought this yet?? (Book review by Peggy Hailey.)

The Einstein Intersection
Samuel R. Delany deconstructs myths and legends in one of his most engaging and accessible works. (Book review by Jayme Lynn Blaschke, October 09, 2002.)

El Orfanato (The Orphanage)
Wallpaper. Scary scary wallpaper. (Movie review by Navin Vembar, January 23, 2008.)

Elektra
Remember when you thought a movie with Elektra in it would be cool? (Movie review by Joe Crowe, February 13, 2005.)

Eleventh Hour
A kinder and gentler Fringe. (TV review by Joe Crowe, October 16, 2008.)

Elric : Stealer of Souls
The earliest stories of the fighting, crying wizard and his parasite sword. (Book review by Joe Crowe, April 25, 2008.)

Empire
Golgoth rules the world. Or does he? (Comics review by Robert E. Mansperger, Jr., July 05, 2004.)

Enchanted
A Disney princess in live action! With rats! (Movie review by Deanna Toxopeus, November 27, 2007.)

Enchanted
Enchanted is the most fun to come out of Disney Studios in a good long time. Is the DVD worth the price? (Movie review by Peggy Hailey, March 18, 2008.)

Enchanted Arms
Spiky hair that moves realistically! And also a Japanese RPG for the Xbox 360. (Game review by J.V. Carone, October 19, 2006.)

The End of Evangelion
Giant robots, Freudian psychonalysis, religious iconography, and enough angst for a couple dozen WB teen dramas. For good or ill, this movie redefined all of anime. (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, October 03, 2002.)

End of the World (2013) / RevSF Interview: Actor Mark Hildreth
Voice actor Mark Hildreth talks about his fun Syfy disaster flick. (TV review by Joe Crowe, February 27, 2013.)

Enter the Matrix
It is not the game you control -- only yourself. (Game review by Shane Ivey, May 31, 2003.)

Enterprise
It's too soon to tell if Enterprise will save Star Trek, but it will certainly look sexy trying. (TV review by Shane Ivey and Kevin Pezzano, September 25, 2001.)

Enterprise: These Are The Voyages
Leave the motor running. Let's bust up this franchise and get out of here! (TV review by Joe Crowe, May 16, 2005.)

EPIC Adventure 4: Merchant Cruiser
Classic Traveller adventure on the high stars outward bound on a mercantile cruise… Another good supplement that provides both a scenario and a ship. (Game review by Matthew Pook, May 15, 2006.)

Epic Movie
Epic-curious? (Movie review by Deanna Toxopeus, February 01, 2007.)

Equilibrium
George Orwell, meet John Woo. John Woo, meet George Orwell. (Movie review by Jason Myers, December 03, 2002.)

Equilibrium: DVDetails
Tread carefully because you tread on my dreams. (Movie review by Jason Myers, May 12, 2003.)

Eragon
We all liked Lord of the Rings. Now Eragon makes us pay. Gary Mitchel offers his take on the derivative epic. (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, December 24, 2006.)

Eragon
Another view of Eragon, from someone who tolerated the book. (Movie review by Deanna Toxopeus, January 02, 2007.)

Eragon
So bad we had to review it again. (Movie review by Matthew Pook, January 15, 2007.)

The Erased
Check out this dystopian sci-fi involving a broken android. (Book review by Ian Banks, May 07, 2012.)

Escaflowne: Forever and Ever
Gushing praise? Fanboy hyperbole? Nope, just the last Escaflowne review. (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano.)

Escaflowne: Light and Shadow
Revelations and foreshadowing abound in the penultimate Escaflowne DVD. (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano.)

Escaflowne: The Movie
Changes may throw off the die-hard fans, and too-dense plotting may be too much for newcomers, but Escaflowne: The Movie has enough beauty and drama to make up for all that. (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, August 01, 2002.)

Escape from New York
As a stupid, cheesy, fun action flick, it gets by. But don't buy into too much hype. (Movie review by Jason Myers.)

The Etched City
K.J. Bishop joins the rising stars of the new wave of fantasy. (Book review by Iain Emsley, March 30, 2004.)

Eureka
A new series with some geniuses, some explosions, and Matt Frewer. (TV review by Gary Mitchel, July 20, 2006.)

Eureka Season 4, Episode 1 : The Autistic Kid Ruins the Timeline
Eureka is such a delightful series that it's the only show on TV that can turn Baltar into a good guy. (TV review by Mark Bousquet, July 12, 2010.)

Eureka Season 4.5 Episode 1
A welcome return of a mostly enjoyable show. (TV review by Ryan Guthrie, July 14, 2011.)

Evan Almighty
You Noah you want to. (Movie review by Deanna Toxopeus, July 03, 2007.)

The Event: Episode 1
Hooray! Another years-long sci-fi mystery thing! (TV review by Joe Crowe, September 22, 2010.)

Everyone in Silico
In the spirit of Fight Club and The Monkey Wrench Gang, Jim Munroeís new Everyone in Silico spits in the eye of rampant advertising while being a top-flight extrapolation of today into tomorrow. (Book review by Ivan Lerner, November 30, 2002.)

Everything's Eventual
If the short story is a dying art, Stephen King's masterful collection would make a fine eulogy. (Book review by Kenn McCracken.)

Evil Dead: An Appreciation
Demon possession + Three Stooges + bad puns = awesome. (Movie review by Kenn McCracken, August 14, 2007.)

An Evil Guest
Can An Evil Guest be welcome? A look at Gene Wolfe's Lovecraftian thriller. (Book review by Robert R. Chase, January 12, 2009.)

Evolution
Ivan Reitman still can't bust the ghost of Ghostbusters, no matter how many things crawl up Orlando Jones' ass. (Sorry, Orlando.) (Movie review by Jason Myers, June 17, 2001.)

Evolution : A Second Opinion
A second opinion on Ivan Reitman's sf comedy... and the news still isn't very good. (Movie review by Kenn McCracken.)

Excel Saga Volume 1
It's insane, it's hyperactive, it's twisted, and it's sometimes a bit too much. (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, August 21, 2002.)

The Excellent Prismatic Spray, Volume 1 Number 6
Ladies, gentleman, I draw your attention to this epicurian delight, a feast for the cultured, a soupcon for the mannered -- indeed, support for The Dying Earth Role Playing Game. (Game review by Matthew Pook, November 12, 2005.)

Exile
Is R.A. Salvatore's "Exile" a solid sequel to "Homeland," or merely a series of random encounters filling the space between two superior works? Reviewer Matt Cowger gives you the lowdown and pulls no punches. (Book review by Matt Cowger, February 09, 2006.)

The Exorcism of Emily Rose
Do you believe? (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, September 20, 2005.)

Exosuit A-OK
Cybernetic battle armor and adventures at a price even a stingy gamer can afford. (Game review by Bob Portnell, January 06, 2006.)

Expedition: Being an Account in Words and Artwork of the 2358 A.D. Voyage to Darwin IV
Artist Wayne Douglas Barlowe offers an epic, gorgeous look at an alien world. (Book review by Jayme Lynn Blaschke, February 03, 2006.)

Exquisite Replicas
A roleplaying game based on a mental illness. Seriously. (Game review by Matt Cowger, December 05, 2008.)

Extant
Kid robot vs. space baby! (TV review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, November 04, 2014.)

Extra Lives
Far more than just a mere education on video games, Extra Lives supplies a treatise on creativity, business, and obsession that should appeal to everyone. (Book review by Rick Klaw, August 05, 2010.)

The Eye
Here's your chance to see this Hong Kong chiller before Hollywood remakes it. (Movie review by Jason Myers, June 23, 2003.)

The Eye
Eye'll see it, but eye'm not optometristic. (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, February 21, 2008.)

The Fall
A review of a fairy tale with one brilliant image after another, not a season. (Movie review by Navin Vembar, June 04, 2008.)

Fallen
Two hours of sword-wielding angels and amusing canine sidekicks. (TV review by Sackett, July 27, 2006.)

Falling Angel
The book that inspired Angel Heart is even better and more chilling than the film. Even if you do already know how it's going to end. (Book review by Peggy Hailey.)

The Fantasies of Robert A. Heinlein
Yes, he wrote fantasy! And as these classics show, it was definitely worth reading. (Book review by James M. Palmer.)

Fantastic Fest 2011
Geek Curmudgeon Rick Klaw saw about a zillion flicks at the Austin film festival. (Movie review by Rick Klaw, October 09, 2011.)

Fantastic Four
Five bucks to the first one who finds a review of this that doesn't do a pun on the word Fantastic. (Movie review by Joe Crowe, July 11, 2005.)

Fantastic Four: Bootleg
From a sci-fi convention tape table straight to your brain. (Movie review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, July 08, 2005.)

Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer
The movie's fun, and the Silver Surfer looks cool. There. We said it. (Movie review by Alan J. Porter, June 25, 2007.)

Fantastic Four: The 1994-95 Animated Series
The year was 1994. The theme song was horrifying. (TV review by Joe Crowe, September 16, 2005.)

Fantasy and Fear, Masked Gun Mystery, Peculiar Adventures
Three magazines crammed with pulpy short stories. (Book review by Joe Crowe , August 26, 2010.)

Farewell Horizontal
Now out of print, K.W. Jeter's cyberpunk psychodrama tested, prodded, transcended limits of imagination. Find it if you can. (Book review by Ivan Lerner.)

Farscape Forever!
If you like some of the Farscape, you're in good company. (TV review by Joe Crowe, December 09, 2005.)

Farscape Starburst Edition: Season One, Collection One
New to this whole Farscape thing? The Starburst Edition series is just for you. (TV review by Jayme Lynn Blaschke, January 26, 2005.)

Farscape: Season 3
The third season just wrapped with an explosive, gut-wrenching finale, and we're stuck with reruns until season four begins in June. Here's why you should get caught up in the meantime. (TV review by Robert R. Chase, May 06, 2002.)

Farscape: The Illustrated Companion
What the frell were they thinking? (Book review by Peggy Hailey, September 04, 2002.)

Farscape: The Peacekeeper Wars
Farscape gets the ending it deserves -- at last. (TV review by Shane Ivey, October 14, 2004.)

Fat White Vampire Blues
New Orleans is the fattest city in the nation. If you were a vampire there, do you really think you'd look like Lestat? (Book review by Peggy Hailey, September 16, 2003.)

Fear Itself
Whoo hoo hoo hooo! It's scary, kids! (TV review by RevolutionSF, June 18, 2008.)

The Fellowship of the Ring: The Greatest Fantasy Film Ever Made?
Revolutionary Mark Finn - of the Texas Revolutionaries - got to see the movie early. (Yes, it's okay to hate him. The rest of us do.) Here's the first Revolution review. (Movie review by Mark Finn.)

Final Destination
You will believe... in the power of John Denver. (Movie review by Jason Myers, February 04, 2003.)

Final Destination 2
Finally, a horror movie that puts the Ewww! in Grewwwsome. (Movie review by Jason Myers, February 04, 2003.)

Final Destination 3
A plane, a highway pile-up, and now a rollercoaster. Next up, the epic historical horror romance prequel, Final Destination: Titanic. (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, February 15, 2006.)

Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children
The ultimate expression of style over substance, but man is it good. (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, May 29, 2006.)

Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within
By no means perfect, Final Fantasy is still an event worth seeing on the big screen. (Movie review by Jason Myers.)

Finch
Finch is Jeff VanderMeer's final Ambergris novel. Bid farewell to the place that lives up to its reputation as the City of Saints and Madmen. (Book review by Peggy Hailey, October 10, 2009.)

Finding Neverland
Long before Michael Jackson made Neverland the punchline of really creepy jokes, it existed as a fantasy world in the imagination of playwrite J.M. Barrie. . . . (Movie review by Jayme Lynn Blaschke, March 25, 2005.)

The Fionavar Tapestry Trilogy
Not a safe book, nor a safe road to travel, but more than worth the journey. This is fantasy that can change you. (Book review by Sara Sutterfield Winn.)

Firefly
Joss Whedon's Civil War space western premieres September 20 on Fox's Friday Night Death Zone. It's strange, engaging, and deserves a chance to thrive. Any bets on how long Fox will let it live? (TV review by Shane Ivey, September 19, 2002.)

Firefly: The Complete Series
The show that was just too pretty to die. Now on DVD. (TV review by Shane Ivey, December 28, 2003.)

Fishing for Terrrorists
In a time when we are all in danger of a terrorist attack, should someone make a game about it? Depends if it is a good game or not... (Game review by Matthew Pook, February 15, 2007.)

The Five Star Stories
This anime is epic. Perhaps a little TOO epic. (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, July 24, 2005.)

The Flash (2015)
"Impossible is just another Tuesday for us." (TV review by Joe Crowe and @yojoecrowe, April 05, 2015.)

Flash Forward
"I was in a meeting." (TV review by Joe Crowe, September 30, 2009.)

Flash Gordon (2007)
The new series has too little imagination and Ming has too much hair. (TV review by Jorge de la Cova, August 13, 2007.)

Flash Gordon: The DVD
"Onward my brave Hawkmen! Let this be known forever as Flash Gordon's Day!" (Movie review by Jason Myers, December 12, 2002.)

Flash Live-Action Costume: A Serious Discussion
A running tally of the Flash`s costumes in all his TV appearances. (TV review by Joe Crowe and @yojoecrowe, March 12, 2014.)

The Flash: Blitz
The Reverse Flash returns, the Flash has to deal with the consequences of his moral decisions, and the lapsed "Flash" reader gets the perfect opportunity to jump back into this comic with this trade paperback collection. (Comics review by Jayme Lynn Blaschke, August 06, 2004.)

Flatland
2-D, 3-D, political intrigue and trippy sci-fi. (Movie review by Joe Crowe, April 11, 2007.)

Flatland
President Bartlet, Veronica Mars, and Logan are geometric shapes in an animated adaptation of the classic SF story. (Movie review by Joe Crowe, July 18, 2007.)

FLCL Volume 1
It's "Excel Saga" meets "Evangelion", and the whole is lamer than the sum of its parts. Even Gainax can't be brilliant and groundbreaking ALL the time... (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, November 09, 2002.)

Flushed Away
Give Oscar-winning 3-D modellers computers? Have the memories of Wallace & Gromit been “flushed” down the loo? Find out in this otherwise pun-free review. (Movie review by Matthew Pook & Alex Pook-Leary, December 31, 2006.)

Foes of Freedom
Dastardly denizens demand do-gooders' derring-do! (Game review by Matthew Pook, October 18, 2005.)

The Fog
They were going to call it "The Cloud of Dry Ice", but that just didn't sound quite as spooky. (Movie review by Jason Myers, February 19, 2003.)

The Fog
Fog you, and the prevailing coastal breeze you road in on! (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, November 01, 2005.)

The Forbidden Kingdom
It’s Like The Neverending Story, but with Jet Li and Jackie Chan instead of a furry dragon. (Movie review by Laura Eldred, April 28, 2008.)

The Force Among Us : Star Wars Documentary
Star Wars fans talk up collecting, costuming, and trying to find Hoth. (Movie review by Joe Crowe, November 16, 2007.)

Forever
This time I know it. There`s no doubt in my mind. (TV review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, November 14, 2014.)

The Forgotten
A decent thriller from the writer of the "Death of the Hulk" TV movie. (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, September 27, 2004.)

The Fortress of Solitude
The 70's, comics, punk music, and magic rings: Mark Finn reviews Jonathan Lethem's The Fortress of Solitude, a coming of age novel with a geeky twist. (Book review by Mark Finn, August 26, 2003.)

The Fountain
...of poop? (Movie review by Martin Thomas, November 28, 2006.)

The Fourth Kind
The aliens are here, and they're abducting unwary individuals in Nome, Alaska. (Movie review by Derek Johnson, November 04, 2009.)

The Fox Woman
Kij Johnson's novel gives us a very Japanese spin on the phrase "foxy lady." (Book review by Kit O'Connell, March 30, 2004.)

The FP
Dystopian future gangs fight over a park in this film from the Alamo Drafthouse people. (Movie review by Sarah Arnold, March 15, 2012.)

Franchise: The Sound and The Furry
This CD is like college, but without most of the angst. (Collectibles review by Joe Crowe, April 29, 2005.)

Franchise: To The Rescue!
If you've always wanted songs that reference Sluggy and Back to the Future, this CD is for you. ( review by Joe Crowe, October 25, 2006.)

Frank Herbert`s Children of Dune
Is the sequel miniseries spicy enough? (TV review by Jayme Lynn Blaschke and Kevin Pezzano, March 29, 2003.)

Frankenstein
What hump? (TV review by Joe Crowe, October 22, 2004.)

Freddy Vs. Jason
Who will win? No one knows. Feed the hungry hip-hippos. (Movie review by Jason Myers and Sneezy the Squid, August 22, 2003.)

The Fresco
Even at its heaviest-handed, Sheri S. Tepper's The Fresco is too fun and too full of big ideas to put down. (Book review by Sara Sutterfield Winn.)

Fright Night (2011)
The Fright Night remake has David Tennant in tight leather pants! Other stuff, too. (Movie review by Laura Eldred, August 31, 2011.)

Fringe
"This seat. It warms your ass. Wonderful." (TV review by Joe Crowe, September 18, 2008.)

Fringe : Season 2 Finale
Red hair is the new goatee. (TV review by Mark Bousquet, May 26, 2010.)

Fritz Leiber's Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser
Out of back issue bins and back in print! Howard Chaykin and Mike Mignola's take on the sword and sorcery icons. (Comics review by Alan J. Porter, April 21, 2007.)

From A Buick 8
It's got all the horror you'd expect, but a lot of humanity carries the core of King's latest work. (Book review by Kenn McCracken, September 24, 2002.)

From Hell
Do comic books finally have their Citizen Kane? (Comics review by Chris Roberson.)

From Hell
Powerfully performed, glorious and dark, From Hell finds its own path to brilliance. (Movie review by Kenn McCracken.)

From the Dust Returned
Ray Bradbury returns to one of his favorite families for a sweet, sad goodbye. (Book review by Peggy Hailey.)

Fruits Basket Volume 1: A Great Transformation
What do you do when the boy you love turns out to be a rat? Especially when it's the kind that eats cheese and spreads the Plague... (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, January 27, 2003.)

Funny Games
Excruciating and hard to watch. So, pretty much like Monopoly & Trivial Pursuit. (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, April 03, 2008.)

Futurama: The Beast With A Billion Backs
Is it funny? Yes. Is it awesome? Well, duh. Is it perfect? Not even close. (Movie review by Jayme Lynn Blaschke, November 26, 2008.)

Futureland: Nine Stories of an Imminent World
Walter Mosley's cyberpunk collection squarely confronts a host of issues the genre has left alone. So... is it good sf? (Book review by Paul O Miles.)

G-Saviour : Live Action Gundam
Kevin Pezzano and Joe Crowe take in the live-action Gundam, in a RevolutionSF 2-in-1 review! (Movie review by Kevin Pezzano and Joe Crowe, June 03, 2002.)

A Game of Thrones
The first book in the "Song of Fire and Ice" series is enough to make you want to read the whole series -- right now. (Book review by Alan Riquelmy, September 18, 2002.)

Game of Thrones Episode 1: Winter Is Coming
The slightly snobbish, literary brother of Spartacus. (TV review by Mark Bousquet, March 30, 2012.)

Game of Thrones Episode 3: Lord Snow
Episode 3 is about adjusting to new roles in life. (TV review by Mark Bousquet, April 17, 2012.)

Game of Thrones: Episode 2: Kingsroad
Culture clash and direwolves in this review of the second episode. (TV review by Mark Bousquet, March 31, 2012.)

Game Probe: Magic The Gathering 2013 Core Set
Now is a great time to come back to Magic (or to give it a shot for the first time.) (Game review by Matt Cowger, August 08, 2012.)

Gamma World (2010)
A new version of the role playing game with the militant talking bunnies. (Game review by Matt Cowger, December 01, 2010.)

Garth Marenghi's Darkplace
"I have never exploded. But I know what it would be like. Don't ask me how. I just know. I've always... just... known." (TV review by Joe Crowe, August 02, 2006.)

Gatekeepers 21
Itís the "Empire Strikes Back" to the originalís "Phantom Menace"! (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, August 07, 2003.)

GateKeepers Vol. 1: Open the Gate
Nothing original but plenty fun, GateKeepers is the ultimate in popcorn anime. (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano.)

Geek Probe: King Deluxe, Access Fantasy, Johnny Shotgun,
Our favorite sci-fi web series, short films, and other good things. (Movie review by Joe Crowe ( @revolutionsf), October 19, 2012.)

Gemini Division
Rosario Dawson vs. clones! (TV review by Joe Crowe, November 06, 2008.)

Gen 13 : The Never-Aired Cartoon Movie
Comic book adaptations that never appear are EXTREME!!!! (Comics review by Joe Crowe, March 03, 2006.)

Get Smart
"He can't hear you, Max." (Movie review by Jorge de la Cova, June 26, 2008.)

Ghost of the Robot: Mad Brilliant
Music by the band fronted by James Marsters, who plays Spike on Buffy and Angel. (Collectibles review by Gary Mitchel, February 07, 2004.)

Ghost Rider
Guy with skull on fire riding a motorcyle. What else could you possibly want? (Movie review by Joe Crowe, February 21, 2007.)

Ghost Ship
A gore-soaked Halloween treat. Itís bad for ya, and itíll rot your brain. Ah, sweet, sweet brainrot... (Movie review by Jason Myers, October 28, 2002.)

Ghost Whisperer
Chicken Soup for the Hot-Ass Actress’ Soul. (TV review by Joe Crowe, September 26, 2005.)

Ghost World
Ghost World was easy to miss in theatres. Don't make the same mistake now that it's on DVD! (Movie review by Daniel Clowes (writer) and Terry Zwigoff (director).)

Ghostbusters
Your childhoods are safe! (Movie review by Michael Falkner, July 15, 2016.)

Ghostbusters 2016: 4-Word Review
Four words. One movie. A million man-tears. Let`s do this. (Movie review by Various RevSF Artists, July 21, 2016.)

Ghosts of Mars
John Carpenter has released a masterpiece or three in his time. This isn't one of them. (Movie review by Jason Myers.)

GI Joe
Yo? (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, August 13, 2009.)

Girl Genius
The best kind there is. Of genius. (Comics review by Andrew Kozma, October 17, 2006.)

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
With shades of Neuromancer, The Silence of the Lambs, and Let the Right One In, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo emerges on American shores. (Movie review by Derek Johnson, April 07, 2010.)

The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo (2011)
Fincher`s The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo adds a sheen of gloss to its seamy subject matter, even if it adds nothing new to the original. (Movie review by Derek A. Johnson, January 01, 2012.)

Give Our Regards to the Atomsmashers!
Outstanding writers and pop-culture junkies discover what makes comics compelling. (Book review by Mark Finn, November 12, 2004.)

Glasshouse
Politics! Satire! Kinky sex! Is Charles Stross's "Glasshouse" the perfect book? Jonathan McCalmont gives us the lowdown. (Book review by Jonathan McCalmont, August 17, 2006.)

Go-Go Girls of the Apocalypse
A book that has the apocalypse and go-go girls, in case the title may have misled you. (Book review by Jay Willson, August 11, 2008.)

Godlike
The War of the Supermen: Part 1 in a series on superhero gaming. (Game review by Mark Finn, July 29, 2003.)

Godplayers
August Seebeck just wanted a hot shower. What he got instead was a corpse in the bathroom, a portal into dimensions unknown, killer cyborgs and a spot in the Contest of Worlds. (Book review by Jayme Lynn Blaschke, January 17, 2006.)

Godsend
If this movie was sent by God, God should get sent to his room without supper. (Movie review by Jason Myers & Sneezy the Squid, May 05, 2004.)

Godzilla (2014)
The tedious Godzilla sputters and spurts into mediocrity. (Movie review by Rick Klaw and @rickklaw, May 15, 2014.)

Godzilla (2014)
The third act delivers the rompin` and the stompin'. (Movie review by Dan Haight, May 18, 2014.)

Godzilla: Final Wars
As far as Godzilla movies go, this one's got everything--chaos, carnage, flying battleships and monsters galore. It's also got stolen plots galore, too. Seen a movie in the past decade or so? Chances are, it's here. (Movie review by Jayme Lynn Blaschke, January 16, 2006.)

Gokudo Volume 6
Gokudo and Friends go out with a bang in this climactic DVD. Will Gokudo finally repent of his selfish ways? Shyeah, right! (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, December 15, 2002.)

Gokudo Volumes 2 and 3
Gleeful, insane, idiotic fun. Buy it. (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, July 18, 2002.)

Gokudo Volumes 4 and 5
Why do we keep reviewing this series? Because it's GOOD! (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, October 24, 2002.)

Gokudo: Volume 1
It should have been quite lame. It was anything but. (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano.)

Golden Age Starships 1: Fast Courier
Designed for Traveller, the CF Fast Courier exemplifies what makes a player character-friendly ship just that -- and the supplement comes with a cargo hold full of adventure seeds to boot! If your ship lacks the legs, this new design will it (Game review by Eric Funk, December 31, 2005.)

The Golden Compass
The most disappointing movie of the year leaves the Catholic League with nothing to worry about. (Movie review by Rick Klaw and & Brandy Whitten-Klaw, December 06, 2007.)

Gotham
At this rate, it`ll be ten years before Bruce Wayne slides down that pole. (TV review by Joe Crowe and @yojoecrowe, March 24, 2015.)

Gotham: Episodes 1, 2 and 3
Gothamville! No Batman! Inevitable Failings of Jim Gordon! (TV review by Mark Bousquet and @mark_bousquet, September 29, 2014.)

Gothika
Generic title. Generic movie. (Movie review by Jason Myers, December 04, 2003.)

Graphic Language : Alias, Black Panther, League of Extraordinary Gentlemen
League of Extraordinary Gentlemen Vol. 2, Route 666, Alias, and Transmetropolitan. (Comics review by Various Contributors, July 26, 2002.)

Graphic Language : Alias, Powers
Nov. 13, 2002: Alias and Powers (Comics review by Jason Franks, November 13, 2002.)

Graphic Language : Apache Skies, Authority, Metal Hurlant
This week: The Ultimates, Weapon X, and Apache Skies. (Comics review by Various, August 20, 2002.)

Graphic Language : Apache Skies, Negation, Vision, Spider-Man
Nov. 21, 2002: Amazing Spider-Man, Way of the Rat, and the Vision and Apache Skies mini-series. (Comics review by Jason Shayer, November 21, 2002.)

Graphic Language : Doom Patrol, Killraven
Oct. 24, 2002: Doom Patrol, Ultimate X-Men, and Killraven. (Comics review by Jason Shayer, October 24, 2002.)

Graphic Language : Filth, 100 Bullets, 30 Days of Night
July 4, 2002: Filth. (Comics review by various artists, July 04, 2002.)

Graphic Language : Green Lantern, JLA/ Planetary, Hellboy
Sept. 12, 2002 : Green Arrow, JLA/ Planetary, Hellboy, and Kenn returns to the needle. (Comics review by Various, September 12, 2002.)

Graphic Language : Jack Staff, Thundercats, Egomania
Aug. 8, 2002 : Avengers, Egomania, and Jack Staff lead the week's reviews! (Comics review by Various Contributors, August 08, 2002.)

Graphic Language : Transmetropolitan, Avengers, Hellblazer
Oct. 3, 2002: Avengers, Hellblazer, Soldier X, and Transmetropolitan's final issue. (Comics review by Various, October 02, 2002.)

Graphic Language, Batman, Battle of the Planets, X-Statix
Aug. 11, 2002: Batman: Gotham Knights, Strangers in Paradise, and Hawkman. (Comics review by Various Contributors, August 01, 2002.)

Graphic Language: Agent X, Hellblazer, Punisher
Agent X, Hellblazer, Avengers, and more! (Comics review by Various, September 05, 2002.)

Graphic Language: JLA, Midnight, Mass., Soldier X
Aug. 29, 2002: JLA, Midnight, Mass., Soldier X (Comics review by various, August 28, 2002.)

Graphic Language: Powers, Tom Strong, Ruse
July 7, 2002: Powers, Tom Strong, Scion. (Comics review by Various Contributors, July 11, 2002.)

Graphic Language: X-Men, Thor, The Path
For 12/9/02: X-Men, The Path, and Way of the Rat. (Comics review by Jason Shayer, December 10, 2002.)

Graphic Language: Y: The Last Man, Ultimates, My Monkeys Name Is Jennifer
July 18, 2002: Y: The Last Man, The Ultimates, and Stormwatch: Team Achilles. (Comics review by Various Contributors, July 18, 2002.)

Graphic Payload, 13 March 2005
Another saturation-bombing of comics reviews, from Astonishing X-Men (whoohoo!) to Young Avengers (eh). (Comics review by Gary Mitchel, March 13, 2005.)

Graphic Payload, 19 January 2005
Conan, CSI, Powers, Full Frontal Nerdity, Space Ghost, JLA Classified, Manhunter, Identity Crisis, New Thunderbolts, Ultimate Spider-Man, Daredevil, Wolverine, Madrox, and Astonishing X-Men: It's a comics-review saturation bombing! (Comics review by Gary Mitchel, January 19, 2005.)

Gravedancers
The guy from Prison Break dances on graves. As you might have guessed from the title. (Movie review by Sackett, April 03, 2007.)

Gravity Falls
"Finally, a good reason to punch a teenager in the face." (TV review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, November 10, 2014.)

Gray Matters
It's Bootylicious! According to RevSF Fiction Editor Jayme Lynn Blaschke The Black Cloud may have been a real stinkeroo, but Gray Matters kicks all kinds of boo-tay. (Book review by Jayme Lynn Blaschke, May 09, 2003.)

GreedQuest
Down the dungeon, open the door, kill the orcs and find the treasure. Yeah, right. Cut to the chase and grab the loot with "Greed Quest." (Game review by Matthew Pook, February 24, 2006.)

Green Hornet
A Green Hornet fan feels the sting of the Green Hornet movie. (Movie review by Alan J. Porter, January 14, 2011.)

Green Lantern
How difficult can it be to make a mess of a movie about a space cop with a magic ring? (Misc review by Alan J. Porter, June 24, 2011.)

Green Lantern
How do I write about Green Lantern without damning it with faint praise? (Movie review by Jayme Blaschke, June 26, 2011.)

Gremlins
It might be a stretch to call Gremlins a masterpiece, but I`m doing it anyway. (Movie review by Mark Bousquet, October 10, 2011.)

Grimm
This one has a fairy tale hunting cop. And other stuff, I guess. (TV review by Joe Crowe, November 01, 2011.)

Grindhouse
Contains a double feature: Under-use of Kurt Russell, and the cardinal sin of grindhouse movies! (Movie review by Rick Klaw, April 05, 2007.)

The Grudge
Remember when scary movies actually scared you? You will after seeing this one. (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, October 27, 2004.)

The Grudge 2
It’s Grudgalicious! (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, October 20, 2006.)

Guardians of the Galaxy
Our RevSF Irregulars are hooked on a feeling, and also high on believing. (Movie review by Various artists, August 02, 2014.)

Guardians of the Galaxy
Spoiler filled review of a movie that is so Groot. (Movie review by Mark Bousquet and @markbousquet, August 04, 2014.)

Guardians of the Galaxy
This movie is so Groot. (Movie review by Tegan Hendrickson and @artful_username, August 04, 2014.)

Gundam 0080: War in the Pocket
Gut-wrenching action from the best creators in anime: Gundam 0080 is what it's all about. (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano.)

Gundam Mobile Suit - The Novels
Before it was a glimmer in the Cartoon Network's eye, Gundam Mobile Suit hit science fiction bookshelves everywhere. (Book review by Kevin Pezzano.)

Gundam: 08th MS Team
Part Romeo and Juliet, part war story, part mecha action: 08th MS Team is must-see for anime action fans. (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano.)

Gunslinger Girl Volume 1
Little girls, big guns, and a whole lotta angst. (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, June 20, 2005.)

GURPS Powers
It's a bird! It's a plane! No, it's a look at adding new superhuman abilities to your "GURPS" game! (Game review by Bob Portnell, April 08, 2006.)

GURPS Space
"GURPS Space": It's black, it's shiny, and it's not (necessarily) your older brother's space-gaming supplement. (Game review by Bob Portnell, July 24, 2006.)

H+ : Bryan Singer Web Series
Looking at Bryan Singer`s sci-fi conspiracy web series. (TV review by Jessa Phillips, February 06, 2013.)

H.G. Wells' The War of the Worlds
180 excruciating minutes! (Movie review by Rick Klaw, June 29, 2005.)

H.G. Wells' War of the Worlds Roleplaying Game
A quick, easy game just right for a night of suspense. (Game review by Marcus L. Rowland, September 15, 2005.)

H.P. Lovecraft and the Imaginative Tale
A look at H.P. Lovecraft`s nonfiction; including his looks at writing weird fiction. (Book review by Amy H. Sturgis, August 16, 2011.)

H.P. Lovecraft and the Imaginative Tale: Supernatural Fiction
A look at Lovecraft writing about writing. (Book review by Amy H. Sturgis, August 16, 2011.)

Halloween (2007)
Please don’t remake us watch it. (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, September 13, 2007.)

Halo 2
To quote Clarence Boddicker: state-of-the-art bang-bang! (Game review by K. A. Pezzano, November 19, 2004.)

Halo: Combat Evolved
Starship Troopers meets Aliens on Ringworld: the good parts! If you wondered whether an Xbox would be worth getting, this game will decide it for you. (Game review by Kevin Pezzano.)

Halo: The Fall of Reach
Some game tie-in novels are good, some are atrocious. Lucky for us, Halo has a novel to match the stellar game! (Book review by Kevin Pezzano.)

Hancock
"Call me asshole, one more time." (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, July 05, 2008.)

Hand Maid May
It's goofy, it's cutesy, and it's... good?! (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano.)

Hannibal Rising
The inspiring tale of a young cannibal who overcomes poverty and adversity to become a Broadway headliner and celebrity chef. (Movie review by Laura Eldred, February 16, 2007.)

Hap and Leonard
The long awaited mesmerizing and impeccable screen adaptation oozes Lansdale. (TV review by Xander Johnson, March 09, 2016.)

The Happening
Has Shyamalan lost the good vibrations? What about the sweet sensations? (Movie review by Laura Eldred, June 19, 2008.)

Harpsichord and the Wormhole Witches
A college girl fights witches and robots in another dimension. (Book review by Joe Crowe, August 22, 2011.)

Harry Potter : The Exhibition
Harry Potter stuff is coming to a science museum near you. Stuff about a magic guy. To a science museum. (Book review by Deanna Toxopeus, July 30, 2010.)

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
The magic is still there, and the rules of Quidditch are still ultra-lame. (Movie review by Jason Myers, November 19, 2002.)

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
The stakes (and temperatures) get higher in the latest Potter film. (Movie review by Mark London Williams, November 18, 2005.)

Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince
"Being me has its privileges." (Movie review by Joe Crowe, July 16, 2009.)

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
Harry faces the cost of heroism in J.K. Rowling's triumphant and tragic sixth book. (Book review by Shane Ivey, July 18, 2005.)

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
Not the series' best, but still worth every page. (Book review by Mark Finn, June 26, 2003.)

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
The movie does some scenes better than the book. There, we said it. (Movie review by Deanna Toxopeus, July 17, 2007.)

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
A second opinion on the Order of the Phoenix movie. And a third. And a fourth. (Movie review by RevolutionSF, July 17, 2007.)

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
Scared, Potter? You will be... You will be. (Movie review by Andrew Kozma and Jason Myers, June 08, 2004.)

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
The movie's only a week away! RevolutionSF looks back at the book that started it all. (Book review by Rachel K. Ivey.)

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer`s Stone
The second-most anticipated film adaptation of the year is finally here! And it's... it's... (Movie review by Paul T. Riddell.)

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer`s Stone: The Trouble With Harry Potter
Reviewer Martin Thomas takes a second glance at the icon's adaptation. (Movie review by Martin Thomas.)

Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law Season 1
Did you get that thing we sent you? (TV review by Deanna Toxopeus, March 27, 2006.)

Haunted
It's like "Sixth Sense" meets "The X-Files," but they took out the unique parts. (TV review by Joe Crowe, October 09, 2002.)

Haunted Junction
Surreal, disturbing, and hilarious, Haunted Junction is the show that redefines "school spirit". (Anime review by Sarah Dove.)

The Haunting of Molly Hartley
Your mom is so fat she makes deals with demonic forces and then tries to stab you. (Movie review by Matthew Bey, November 06, 2008.)

Haven
Eureka = lighthearted fun. Haven = dour creepiness. (TV review by Mark Bousquet, August 25, 2010.)

Haven
A different opinion about Haven. This one says the show is a "flat-out hoot." (TV review by Dodger Winslow, August 25, 2010.)

He-Man and She-Ra: A Christmas Special
Dear Orko, no one likes you. Signed, Everyone on Eternia and Etheria. (TV review by Mark Bousquet and @markbousquet, December 24, 2010.)

He-Man: The New Cartoon Network Series
On the new He-Man series, everyone stops learning and starts fighting! (TV review by Joe Crowe, August 22, 2002.)

Hearts in Atlantis
With too much sentiment and not enough emotion, Hearts in Atlantis is just not the classic you might have hoped for. (Movie review by Jason Myers.)

Heat Guy J Volume 1: Super Android
The guys responsible for the brilliant techno-fantasy series ìVision of Escaflowneî decide to tackle a little cyberpunk. (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, September 17, 2003.)

Heat Vision and Jack
Knowledge is power . . . for real! (TV review by Joe Crowe, September 28, 2006.)

Heavy Liquid
Fast and furious story and images -- it's science fiction on angel dust, as only Paul Pope can tell it. (Comics review by Nick Brownlow, August 20, 2002.)

Heavy Metal 2000: A Cautionary Tale
"Julie soft. Julie very soft." (Movie review by Joe Crowe, March 24, 2008.)

Helix
Monkeys! Crazy people! Black sputum! (TV review by Joe Crowe and @yojoecrowe, January 19, 2014.)

Hell in Freeport
More Hell than Freeport, how good is this forgotten scenario for Green Ronin's classic Freeport setting? (Game review by Matthew Pook, May 20, 2006.)

Hellboy
Pretty soon, everybody's going to be talking about how cool Hellboy is. Here's your chance to beat the rush. (Comics review by Mark Finn.)

Hellboy
Ron Perlman, red paint, and the Right Hand of Doom: It's the first must-see movie of 2004! (Movie review by Mark Finn, March 15, 2004.)

Hellboy 2 : The Golden Army
The Hellboy sequels delivers a fantasy wish list, but not enough restraint. (Movie review by Patrick Sullivan, July 11, 2008.)

Hellboy 2: The Golden Army
Our second look at the second Hellboy. (Movie review by Navin Vembar, July 15, 2008.)

Hellboy Animated: Blood and Iron
More cartoon Hellboy. This time with a vampire and werewolves! (TV review by Joe Crowe, March 10, 2007.)

Hellboy Animated: Sword of Storms
Hellboy in a cartoon! Casper the friendly ghost is doomed. (TV review by Joe Crowe, March 02, 2007.)

Hellraiser: Hellseeker
Or, as Richie Cunningham would say it, "H E Double-Hockeysticks raiser: H E Double-Hockeysticks seeker." (Movie review by Jason Myers, October 30, 2002.)

Herbie Archives Volume 1
You don't have to buy Herbie Archives Volume 1. You can be stupid. Only means blood, fractures, teeth scattered around, not nice. (Comics review by Paul O. Miles, November 13, 2008.)

Here, There, & Everywhere
If you had a device that allowed you to go anywhere in time, where would you end up? Chris Roberson gives us one possibility in this fantastic time-travel tour de force. (Book review by Peggy Hailey, August 04, 2005.)

Hero
This movie puts the art in martial arts. Twice. ‘Cause, you know, the word “martial” has . . . never mind. (Movie review by Andrew Kozma, November 29, 2004.)

Heroclix
Would Batman beat Spider-Man in a fight? Roll the dice and find out.... (Game review by Mark Finn, June 17, 2003.)

Heroes
People get superpowers yet don't immediately put underwear on over their clothes. Weird. (TV review by Matt Cowger, Jeff Ward and Joe Crowe, September 19, 2006.)

Heroes and Monsters : The Unofficial Companion to The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen
Fans of "League of Extraordinary Gentlemen" must own this book. Right now. (Book review by Joe Crowe, July 12, 2003.)

Heroes: Marvel 9/11 Tribute
Buy a copy. Pass it on. (Comics review by Kenn McCracken.)

Hey, Wait
For all the childlike lines of the art, Hey, Wait is beautiful and heartbreaking in its realism. (Comics review by Kenn McCracken.)

Hidden Object games
RevSF explores a computer game sub-genre. (Game review by Andrew Kozma, August 26, 2008.)

High Tension
Don't go to the back woods! Especially in France! (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, June 13, 2005.)

The Hills Have Eyes (1977)
Ah, the good old days, when men were deformed cannibals and women were shrieking victims. (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, March 23, 2006.)

The Hills Have Eyes (2006)
Next up, the sequel: The Hills Have Bette Davis Eyes (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, March 23, 2006.)

The Hills Have Eyes 2
That creepy POV teaser-trailer for The Hills Have Eyes II? Better than the movie itself. (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, March 28, 2007.)

His and Her Circumstances: The Appearance of a Normal Life
Gainax shows us once again why they're THE anime production studio with this quirky, brilliant little romance of the soul. (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, October 31, 2002.)

His Share of Glory: The Complete Short Science Fiction of C.M. Kornbluth
Dead at 34, Futurian C.M. Kornbluth was one of the early greats of science fiction. This classic, hilarious collection shows you why. (Book review by James Palmer, June 08, 2002.)

A History of Violence
Based on that graphic novel you've never even heard of, much less read, and still worth seeing. (Movie review by Laura Eldred, October 05, 2005.)

The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
They changed it! They changed it and now it all — hey, it's pretty good. . . . (Movie review by Jeff Quick, April 29, 2005.)

Hitchhikers Guide : And Another Thing
There are not enough towels to be prepared for this. (Book review by Martin Baxter, December 09, 2009.)

Hitman
"You're very charming when you're not killing people." (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, November 28, 2007.)

The Hobbit
See the bravest little hobbit of them all on the big screen. (Movie review by Mark Bousquet, January 10, 2013.)

Hollow Earth by John Barrowman and Carole Barrowman
John Barrowman and his sister write a fantasy book series, and it is awesome. (Book review by Quin Crowe, August 01, 2013.)

Hollow Earth Expedition
Down the rabbit hole with dinosaurs, Nazis, sabre-tooth tigers, and Doug McClure. Oh my! (Game review by harvey, December 05, 2006.)

Home Front
With World War II role-playing out of favour, why place this supplement on your games shelf? (Game review by Matthew Pook, January 16, 2007.)

Homefront: The Voice of Freedom
A novel based on a video game, but it's not impenetrable and confusing. (Book review by Alan J. Porter, February 10, 2011.)

Homeland
Wizards of the Coast is re-releasing the Dark Elf Trilogy. Matt Cowger rereads Homeland and relives the memories, reawakening the age-old debate: Drizzt -- kick ass force of chaos, or Elric-light? (Book review by Matt Cowger, October 04, 2005.)

Hoodwinked
Not all that good in the Hood. (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, January 19, 2006.)

The Host
A monster movie where you care about the puny humans. No, seriously. (Movie review by Navin Vembar, March 14, 2007.)

The Host ( Gwoemul )
You should see the hush puppies! (Movie review by Joe Crowe, March 10, 2007.)

Hostel
Boobs, booze and blood. Who says all European vacation movies are alike? (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, January 10, 2006.)

Hot Fuzz
Why post a review of a cop-spoof on RevSF? Check it and see. (Movie review by Navin Vembar, April 24, 2007.)

The Hot Teen Lone Ranger
Tonto say this heap bad TV show, kemosabe. (TV review by Joe Crowe, March 03, 2003.)

Hot Tub Time Machine
"I write Stargate fan fiction. This is my bread and butter, man!" (Movie review by Joe Crowe, April 16, 2010.)

The House of the Dead
You'll either laugh yourself silly or shoot yourself in the head. Probably both. Multiple times. (Movie review by Jason Myers, October 24, 2003.)

House of Wax
"You're not going in there, are you?" (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, May 09, 2005.)

Howl's Moving Castle
Sophie wastes little time in seeking out the wizard Howl to help her break the curse of the Witch of the Waste. But curses, apparently, are easier made than broken. . . . (Anime review by Jayme Lynn Blaschke, June 22, 2005.)

Hulk
Not "incredible," per se.... (Movie review by Martin Thomas, June 17, 2003.)

Hulk Vs.
Hulk beats up Thor and Hulk beats up Wolverine all in one convenient cartoon DVD. (TV review by Joe Crowe, February 05, 2009.)

Human Target (1992)
Mr. Rick Springfield played the DC hero before the guy from Fringe. Yes, that Rick Springfield. (TV review by Joe Crowe, May 28, 2009.)

Humans
Who do you root for when God wants to destroy the earth and Satan wants to save it? A look back at Donald E. Westlake's Humans. (Book review by Ivan Lerner.)

Hunted Past Reason
When one of the greats of horror and suspense returns, it's always an event. But, in the end, does Hunted Past Reason hit the mark? (Book review by Rick Klaw, June 08, 2002.)

Hyper Police Volume 2
Post-apocalyptic cityscapes! Magical beast invasions! Tense police drama! Cute ditzy catgirls! (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, November 16, 2002.)

I Am Legend
Kit O'Connell sinks his teeth into a true horror classic. (Book review by Kit O'Connell, March 30, 2004.)

I Am Legend
A watered-down, mediocre re-interpretation of the original nihilistic classic. (Movie review by Rick Klaw, December 13, 2007.)

I My Me! Strawberry Eggs - Volume 1: Make-Up Exam
It's "Mrs. Doubtfire" meets "Stand and Deliver," and it's better than it looks. (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, August 29, 2002.)

I Shall Destroy All the Civilized Planets!
Villains get victimized by tsunamis and giant flaming hands in this collection from a lost Golden Age great. (Comics review by Rick Klaw, July 13, 2007.)

I, Robot
Not as bad as it could have been, but not as good as it should have been, either. (Movie review by Kevin Pezzano, July 18, 2004.)

Ice Age
If you got a problem, Yo, I'll solve it. Check out the hook while the DJ revolves it. Ice Age, baby. Word to your mother…. (Movie review by Jason Myers.)

Ice Age: The Meltdown
Once you go scrat, you never go back. (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, April 06, 2006.)

The Ice Pirates
Ice Pirates! (Movie review by Mark Bousquet, September 12, 2011.)

Identity Crisis #2-#4
DC's Justice League mini-series reaches a brutal middle chapter. (Comics review by Jayme Lynn Blaschke, September 29, 2004.)

Identity Crisis #5-#7
Wild ups and downs mark the finale of Brad Meltzer's grim Justice League mystery. (Comics review by Jayme Lynn Blaschke, January 20, 2005.)

Idol Project Volume 1: Starland Festival
Where's Simon Cowell when you really need him? (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, June 22, 2003.)

If Chins Could Kill
Young Bruce, struggling Bruce, buck-ass naked Bruce; either way, Bruce Campbell tells a heck of a fun story. (Book review by Peggy Hailey.)

Ikusa : Avalon Hill Feudal Japan Game
Avalon Hill + feudal Japan = good times. (Game review by Matt Cowger, October 24, 2011.)

The Ill-Made Mute
Despite its flaws, Cecilia Dart-Thornton's debut novel stands above the competition. (Book review by William Thompson.)

Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus
30 minutes of solid entertainment crammed into two hours of above average art direction and cinematography. (Movie review by Anthony Taylor, January 13, 2010.)

Immortal Iron Fist
If you do not read Iron Fist, we just do not know you anymore. (Comics review by Jay Willson, July 27, 2008.)

Impostor
Originally planned as a 30 minute segment for an anthology film, Impostor so impressed the Miramax brass that they ordered a full-length feature film. They should have stuck with the original. (Movie review by Rick Klaw.)

In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale
It’s Uwe Boll’s best movie ever! (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, January 23, 2008.)

In the Night Room
In-jokes can be fun, but if you navel-gaze too long, you can lose your way. Robert R. Chase reviews Peter Straub's In the Night Room. (Book review by Robert R. Chase, December 01, 2005.)

Incredible Hulk (2008)
"Where does she keep finding these guys?" (Spoiler free with no spoilers!) (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, June 13, 2008.)

The Incredibles
The mad genius behind The Iron Giant does himself one better! (Movie review by Jayme Lynn Blaschke, November 06, 2004.)

The Incredibles 2-Disc Collector's Edition
The movie lives up to its title, and so do the special features on this too-cool DVD set. (Movie review by Andrew Kozma, March 15, 2005.)

Independence Day
Never mind whether or not it's a classic of the genre; it's not. But it's fun enough to last, and the DVD could show other movies what a DVD is for. (Movie review by Kenn McCracken.)

Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
Nineteen years since Indy last donned the fedora, the fourth film is finally a reality. Contributing editor Rick Klaw tells us if it was worth the wait. (Movie review by Rick Klaw, May 22, 2008.)

The Infection
The zombie apocalypse in book form. (Book review by Matt Cowger, March 25, 2011.)

Infinifield
Build the field, chase your opponents, capture your rivals, and become king of Infinifield, the new big block game. (Game review by Matthew Pook, January 30, 2006.)

Inkheart
Hey kids! Reading is your key to fun and excitement! Kinda. (Movie review by Matthew Bey, January 25, 2009.)

Intelligence
This show`s title and I beg to differ. (TV review by Joe Crowe and @yojoecrowe, January 19, 2014.)

Interstate Dreams
Saucy, funny, and loaded with personality, Interstate Dreams captures some of the best of Neal Barrett, Jr. (Book review by Mark Finn.)

Interstellar
The latest Nolan film is a gorgeous, emotionally-wrought and over long episode of The Outer Limits. (Movie review by Rick Klaw and @RickKlaw, November 07, 2014.)

Invader ZIM
The sharpest, funniest, most deranged sci-fi on the screen can only be found at... Nickelodeon?! (TV review by Paul T. Riddell.)

Invader ZIM Halloween Spectacular of Spooky Doom
DIB'S HEAD ROCKS! (TV review by Shane Ivey.)

Invader Zim Volume 1: DOOM DOOM DOOM
Anime Works unleashes screaming temporal doom on us all. And it is good. So, so good.... (TV review by Kevin Pezzano, May 19, 2004.)

Invasion
Mom, you smell. Different, I mean. You smell different! (TV review by Joe Crowe, September 24, 2005.)

The Invasion
It’s the end of the world as we know it, and I feel bored. (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, August 23, 2007.)

Invasion Iowa
Shatner fools Captain Kirk`s birthplace into being on a reality show. Awesomeness ensues. (TV review by Joe Crowe, May 01, 2005.)

Invincible : The Cartoon Series
Invincible comics held up to your face really close while someone reads them to you. (Comics review by Joe Crowe, September 22, 2008.)

Invincible Iron Man
Iron Man is in a cartoon! Black Sabbath theme song unfortunately not included. (TV review by Van Plexico, January 24, 2007.)

The Invisible
So unrealistic. Invisible dead guy hunts his killer rather than chill 24/7 in the girls’ locker room. (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, May 09, 2007.)

Involution Ocean
Take a dip in the Ocean: cyberpunk legend Bruce Sterling's first novel isn't just about drugs, kinky sex and mutant whales, but they sure help. (Book review by Ivan Lerner.)

Iron Man
The Golden Avenger makes his triumphant feature film debut. (Movie review by Rick Klaw, May 01, 2008.)

Iron Man 2
Iron Man still rules. (Movie review by Joe Crowe, May 14, 2010.)

Iron Man 2
"I told you before. I do not want to join your super-secret boy band." (Movie review by Van Plexico, May 16, 2010.)

Iron Man 3
Robert Downey Jr. and the gang return to challenge the Mandarin amid excellent, almost non-stop action. (Movie review by Rick Klaw and @rickklaw, May 02, 2013.)

Iron Man : Armored Adventures
Iron Man as a teenager. Sigh. (TV review by Joe Crowe, April 27, 2009.)

Iron Monkey
Iron Monkey, that funky monkey. This film by fight choreographer Woo-ping Yuen is like Crouching Tiger, Hidden Larry, Curly and Moe. (Movie review by Jason Myers.)

The Island
You got your Michael Bay movie in my thoughtful sci-fi! (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, July 29, 2005.)

iZombie
Brains? (TV review by Joe Crowe and @yojoecrowe, March 24, 2015.)

Jack Frost (1979)
The year Rankin-Bass smoked a big bowl of crack, or they willingly decided to make the most ill-conceived holiday special they could. (TV review by Mark Bousquet, December 16, 2010.)

Jack of Fables
The Fables spinoff lurches to a less than satisfying end. (Comics review by Wesley Kerr, April 13, 2012.)

Jack Staff is . . .
. . . worth every penny. Go get it. Would guest columnist Chris Roberson lie to you? (Comics review by Chris Roberson, October 18, 2005.)

Jack the Giant Slayer
The Saturday matinee popcorner exceeds expectations, offering a delightful, family-friendly movie (Movie review by Rick Klaw and @rickklaw, February 28, 2013.)

Jake 2.0
Without a doubt, one of UPN's top two sci-fi shows. (TV review by Joe Crowe, January 09, 2004.)

Jason and the Argonauts (1963)
Ray Harryhausen and his skeletons! And Hercules! (Movie review by Mark Bousquet, October 19, 2010.)

Jason X
The worst Friday the 13th movie ever… and the best. (Movie review by Jason Myers.)

Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back
We had our doubts. Those doubts were wrong. Jay and Silent Bob rule! (Movie review by Jason Myers.)

Jeepers Creepers
A film that proves you, yes YOU, can make the most popular movie in America. (Movie review by Jason Myers.)

Jem & the Holograms: Truly Outraged: Us
Where are the Misfits? Their songs are better. (Movie review by Joe Crowe and @yojoecrowe, May 13, 2015.)

Jeremiah: Series Premiere
Jeremiah not a bullfrog! (Joy to the world!) Joe Crowe reviews Joe Straczynski's latest show. (TV review by Joe Crowe.)

Jericho
KA-BOOM! And then one of the brothers from "Simon and Simon" does something. (TV review by Joe Crowe, September 19, 2006.)

Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius
The bad news? It's no Invader ZIM. The good news? It's no Rugrats, either. (Movie review by Paul T. Riddell.)

Jin-Roh and Blood: The Last Vampire
Two films couldn't be more different. But with Mamoru Oshii behind both, you know they'll both be more than worth watching. (Anime review by M. Christian.)

Joe's Apartment: New Joe's Quick and Dirty DVD Review
This one's got nothing but the movie, and the movie's not much. (Movie review by Joe Hourcle.)

John Carter
The classic Edgar Rice Burroughs novel A Princess of Mars finally arrives on the big screen in a lush, yet uneven film. (Movie review by Rick Klaw ( @rickklaw) and Brandy Whitten, March 07, 2012.)

John Carter
Another review of a rattlingly solid action adventure. (Movie review by Ian A. Watson, March 26, 2012.)

John Doe
[Insert generic identifying blurb for generic TV show here.] (TV review by Joe Crowe, March 22, 2003.)

Johnny the Homicidal Maniac: The Director's Cut
The Director's Cut is classic Jhonen: disturbing, over-the top, violent, provocative, thoughtful, and funny as hell. (Comics review by Kenn McCracken.)

Jonah: A Veggietales Movie
Talking fruits and veggies walloping each other with halibut. What's not to like? (Movie review by Jason Myers, March 07, 2003.)

Jonny Magic and the Card Shark Kids
A prototypical geek discovers Magic: The Gathering, becomes World Champion, discovers poker, is recruited into a card counting ring, and ends up making his living as a gambler in this fascinating true story. (Book review by Peggy Hailey, August 10, 2005.)

Joss Whedon's Serenity
A three-issue comics miniseries bridges the gap between TV show and movie -- but it just doesn't add much worth reading. (Comics review by Shane Ivey, September 29, 2005.)

Journeyman
Time travel back to the 1990s. Oasis and Sarah McLachlan included. (TV review by Joe Crowe, September 28, 2007.)

Journeys Into The Dark
The dungeon game gets big. Too big? Too much fun? Or just too much? ( review by harvey, November 11, 2006.)

JSA: Stealing Thunder
For old-school superheroics with modern-day sensibilities, you can't beat JSA. (Comics review by Chuck Hensey, July 11, 2002.)

Ju-On
They just don't make 'em like this over here, folks. (Movie review by Mark Finn, September 07, 2004.)

Jumper
Anywhere is possible. A coherent storyline? Not so much. (Movie review by Jayme Lynn Blaschke, June 24, 2008.)

The Jungle Book 2
It's number two. And we mean that in the "polite bathroom euphemisms used by parents of small children" sense of the word. (Movie review by Jason Myers, June 12, 2003.)

The Jungle Book 40th Anniversary Edition
Disney comes through with an elegant, informative package for this beautifully restored classic. (Movie review by Peggy Hailey, October 12, 2007.)

Jupiter Ascending
Jupiter Falls Off A Lot of Stuff and Screams. (Movie review by Tegan Hendrickson and @artful_username, March 04, 2015.)

Jurassic Park III
At least it isn't The Lost World.... (Movie review by Kenn McCracken.)

Jurassic Park in 3D
The dinosaurs return, flaws and all, in 3D. (Movie review by Rick Klaw and Alex, Stanley, & Natalie Brand, April 04, 2013.)

Just Imagine Stan Lee Creating the DC Universe
This series might make you want to stop facing front, True Believer. (Comics review by Joe Crowe, October 26, 2002.)

Just Like Heaven
Unbelievable! Astounding! Martin Thomas, a man, gives a positive review of a romantic comedy. (Movie review by Martin Thomas, September 19, 2005.)

Justice League
DC Comics' greatest superheroes are together again in cartoon form on the Cartoon Network. From the Batman, Superman, and Batman Beyond team comes Justice League! (Warning: This show might make you holler "Cool!") (TV review by Joe Crowe.)

Justice League Elite #1
Justice League goes hardcore. (No, not porn. The other kind.) (Comics review by Martin Thomas, August 27, 2004.)

Justice League of America: The Unaired Pilot
Yes, that David Ogden Stiers. Yes, that Martian Manhunter. No, it never did see the light of day . . . until now. (Collectibles review by Joe Crowe, July 26, 2002.)

Justice League: The New Frontier
With excellent voice acting, breathtaking music, and dazzling graphics, Warner Brothers produces their best super hero film in over decade. (Movie review by Rick Klaw, February 25, 2008.)

Justice League: The Savage Time
Superman and friends vs. Nazis! (TV review by Joe Crowe, November 09, 2002.)

Justice League: The Season So Far
A look at the first season of Hawkgirl. Oh, and the rest of the Justice League, too. (TV review by Joe Crowe, August 28, 2002.)

K-PAX
Healing, symbolism, and the wonders of life: the schmaltz (sorry, SCHMALTZ!!) lies thick on K-PAX. (Movie review by Navin Vembar.)

K.O. Beast Volume 1: Password to Treasure
An amusing little action comedy dragged down into mediocrity by a hefty overdose of cliches. (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, July 13, 2003.)

Kaboom
A movie with Thomas Dekker from Sarah Connor Chronicles, a witch, bizarre dreams, and stuff that makes no sense. (Movie review by Larry Davis, March 31, 2011.)

Kabuki Agents: Scarab #1-8
From the deft art to the unpredictable transformations, you'll want to read Kabuki. You just won't want to wait for it. (Comics review by Russ Anderson, August 01, 2002.)

Kate and Leopold
Wolverine meets the Queen of Date Movies, and it's... well, it's a date movie. (Movie review by Dev Stern.)

Kick-Ass
"I was an amateur. These two were the real deal." (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, April 19, 2010.)

Kiki's Delivery Service
No giant robots, no explosions, no overwhelming CGI. Just a damn good movie. (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, April 27, 2003.)

Kill Bill -- Volume 1
Too cool. Too long. Tarantino's ultimate film? (Movie review by Martin Thomas, October 09, 2003.)

Kill Bill -- Volume 1: DVDetails
And a mini-review of Kill Bill -- Volume 2 thrown in for good measure. (Movie review by Jason Myers, April 27, 2004.)

King Arthur
This Arthur must be the king; he hasn't got -- well, you know the rest. (Movie review by Shane Ivey, July 11, 2004.)

King Kong
Finally, a remake that lives up to the name Kong! (Movie review by Rick Klaw, December 12, 2005.)

King Kong: The Radio Play
The Violet Crown Radio Players are putting on a live audio production of King Kong. And hey -- I think we love it. (Event review by Rick Klaw, December 07, 2005.)

The King of Elfland's Daughter
No politics. No religion. No message at all. Just exquisite beauty and breathtaking wonder. (Book review by Sara Sutterfield Winn.)

King of Kong: A Fistful Of Quarters
"Billy Mitchell always has a plan." (Movie review by Rick Klaw, August 17, 2007.)

King of the Nerds
Nerds vs. nerds in battles of nerdiness. What could go wrong? (TV review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, February 15, 2013.)

Kirby Krackle
"Along Yancy Street, I never saw a face I did not want to beat." (Comics review by Joe Crowe, January 15, 2010.)

Knight Hunters: Dead Ringer
Either it sucks rocks, or it's goofy anime fun. Or maybe both. (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano.)

Knight Rider, Airwolf Comic Books
80s TV revived as comic books! What would Ernest Borgnine think? (Comics review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, October 29, 2013.)

A Knight's Tale
WE WILL, WE WILL make a mediocre sports-fest. (Movie review by Jason Myers, May 21, 2001.)

Kobolds Ate My Baby! DeLuxx edition
Bonny babies! Cute chickens! All put in danger with the release of the new "Kobolds Ate My Baby! The Beer and Pretzels Roleplaying Game - Super Deluxx Edition." Baby snatching has never been so much fun, plus John Kovalic illustrations too! (Game review by Eric Funk, March 21, 2006.)

Kong: King of Skull Island
If it's got giant gorillas, it's got to be good, right? Right? Pretty please? (Book review by Rick Klaw, January 31, 2005.)

Kong: The Animated Series
Giant monkey fun is X-TREME! (TV review by Joe Crowe, November 30, 2005.)

Krod Mandoon and the Flaming Sword of Fire
"Oh, joys! My pagan goat pants!" (TV review by Joe Crowe, April 24, 2009.)

Krypto the Superdog
The dog’s talking to me, man! HE’S TALKING! (TV review by Joe Crowe, April 24, 2005.)

Kung Fu Hustle
Truly alternative cinema gets a wide release. So buy a ticket, or doom the world to an eternity of Ashton Kutcher vehicles and Indiana Jones rip-offs. (Movie review by Andrew Kozma, May 03, 2005.)

Kung Fu Panda 2
"My name is Po, and I need a hat." (Movie review by Alan J. Porter, May 27, 2011.)

Kushiel's Dart
Kushiel's Dart is a bold and compelling debut from a talented new writer. (Book review by William Thompson.)

Labyrinth
Is Labyrinth really a fantasy masterpiece? Or is Jason just a sentimental Jim Henson groupie? (Movie review by Jason Myers, August 22, 2002.)

Lady and the Tramp 30th Anniversary Edition DVD
Includes previously unreleased song, “Tramp Looks Like A Lady”. (Movie review by Martin Thomas, April 17, 2006.)

Lady Cottington's Fairy Album
Those smashed and battered little fairies are back, and Peggy's got all the gory details. (Book review by Peggy Hailey, September 28, 2002.)

Lady in the Water
A movie with the guy from Sideways and a fairy. The big surprise is Bruce Willis is really a woman! (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, July 26, 2006.)

The Lake House
Dream house, fixer-upper, or money pit? (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, June 30, 2006.)

Lake Placid
Betty White swears. There are also giant crocodiles. (Movie review by Joe Crowe, May 05, 2010.)

Land of the Dead
Bring out your undead! Bring out your undead! (Movie review by Andrew Kozma, July 05, 2005.)

Land of the Lost
Land of the Lost movie > root canal. (Movie review by Joe Crowe, June 09, 2009.)

Landor's Tower; Or, The Imaginary Conversations
Iain Sinclair's new novel is a work of peculiarly Welsh wizardry. Reviewed by Michael Moorcock. (Book review by Michael Moorcock.)

The Last Lovecraft: Relic of Cthulhu
A cross between "The Dunwich Horror" and a Kevin Smith movie. (Movie review by David Medinnus, August 15, 2011.)

The Last Ship
Jayne and McSteamy vs. a virus! (TV review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, November 03, 2014.)

The Last Witchfinder
Is James Morrow merely the victim of mass hysteria, or should he be burned at the stake? Jonathan McCalmont reviews "The Last Witchfinder". (Book review by Jonathan McCalmont, August 31, 2006.)

Laughin` Boy
Wringing sense from nonsense, Brad Denton takes on modern media culture in Laughin' Boy. (Book review by Derek Johnson, January 12, 2009.)

The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen
Brilliant, funny, and violent, League is a book not to be missed. (Comics review by Shane Ivey, July 13, 2003.)

League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Vol. I
The series so good we can't stop reviewing it... (Comics review by Russ Lee, August 28, 2002.)

The Leaky Establishment
Workplace satire a la Office Space meets British humor in a nuclear power plant. How can you resist? (Book review by Candace L. Myers, November 19, 2002.)

Learning the World
Jonathan McCalmont reviews Learning the World, the last of this year's Arthur C. Clarke Award nominees. (Book review by Jonathan McCalmont, April 25, 2006.)

Left Behind
It's the end of the world as they know it, it's the end of the world as they know it, it's the end of the world as they know it, and they don't feel fine. (Movie review by Jason Myers, October 24, 2002.)

Left Behind II: Tribulation Force
They're are on a mission from God. Just like John Belushi, only not dead. (Movie review by Jason Myers, October 24, 2002.)

The Leftovers
Hooray for angst! (TV review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, October 20, 2014.)

Legend of the Seeker
Insert Generic Fantasy Here. Not that there is anything wrong with that. (TV review by Joe Crowe, November 06, 2008.)

Legends of the Superheroes
Grown men in spandex and a Playboy bunny in fishnets: this is what TV was made for. (Collectibles review by Joe Crowe, July 26, 2002.)

Legion of Superheroes Cartoon
Matter Eater Lad rules. (TV review by Joe Crowe, April 25, 2008.)

Legion of the Dead
It's From Dusk Til Dawn's younger, dumber brother. (Movie review by Jason Myers, November 21, 2002.)

LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game
Love "Star Wars"? Hated the prequels? Who didn’t? Well, find the love and joy even in Episodes I, II, and III with this platform game. (Game review by Matthew Pook, February 27, 2006.)

Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events
A grim, glum, hilarious tale of woe. (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, December 25, 2004.)

Leon and the Spitting Image
Another author who normally writes for adults tries his hand at kid stuff. Reviewer Paul Miles gives us the lowdown. (Book review by Paul O. Miles, March 30, 2004.)

Leprechaun In The Hood
Midget Midas Motherfilker! (Movie review by Shane Ivey, March 17, 2010.)

Let The Right One In: The Novel
The book that became the Swedish horror film: "Jiminy, that was freaky." (Book review by Lloyd Allen Woodall, February 04, 2009.)

Leviathan
Afloat for twenty years, why has the Leviathan failed to dock in New York? Come aboard for this tale on the infernal seas... (Comics review by Matthew Pook, June 07, 2007.)

Librarians
John Larroquette AND Rebecca Romjin? Are we in Heaven? (TV review by Joe Crowe and @yojoecrowe, February 03, 2015.)

Life on Mars
Evoke the spirit of 1973 and fear what happens when American TV gets hold of this classic. You know what they'll do. (TV review by Matthew Pook, March 18, 2007.)

Life On Mars (2008)
"I have got to take these back with me." (TV review by Joe Crowe, October 16, 2008.)

The Light of Men
A disconcerting mystery set in a concentration camp. (Book review by Van Allen Plexico, October 16, 2008.)

Lilo and Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch
The (very small) kids will love it. You won't. (Movie review by Shane Ivey, September 20, 2005.)

Little Doors
A little too clever for its own good, Paul Di Filippoís recently published collection of short stories Little Doors may be best for his hardcore fans. (Book review by Ivan Lerner, December 31, 2002.)

Live Without a Net
Lou Anders collects a series of remarkable performances on worlds without cyberspace. (Book review by Jeff Topham, July 02, 2003.)

Logan
Logan feels like the movie Hugh Jackman always wanted to make. (Movie review by Alan J. Porter and @AlanJPorter, February 19, 2017.)

Lois Lane: Double Down and Fallout
Lois Lane in a YA action-adventure book. You need it. (Book review by Joe Crowe and @yojoecrowe, May 11, 2016.)

The Lone Gunmen
Gunmen, we barely had time to know ye. (TV review by Amy H. Sturgis, July 25, 2001.)

Lone Ranger (2003)
The last time there was a new Lone Ranger, it was a hot dude version on The WB. (TV review by Joe Crowe, July 03, 2013.)

Looper
Looper is fascinating, but falls short. (Movie review by Xander Johnson, September 27, 2012.)

The Lord of the Rings
Fantasist James Cawthorn considers Tokien's genre-shaping epic, from its monumental appeal to the chapters many readers can't get past. From Moorcock and Cawthorn's Fantasy: The Best 100 Books. (Book review by James Cawthorn.)

Lord of the Rings Cartoon (1978)
The 1978 Lord of the Rings cartoon is barely survivable. (Movie review by Shane Ivey, April 27, 2010.)

The Lord of the Rings Official Movie Guide
The book that's worth a thousand websites: while not nearly complete enough, the Official Guide finally brings all the news, rumors, and background, and photographs together. (Book review by Shane Ivey.)

The Lord of the Rings Roleplaying Game
The Lord of the Rings RPG: Finally, a game that feels like the stories that inspired it! (Game review by Shane Ivey, September 19, 2002.)

The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (DVD)
No, this isn't the one with the extra 30 minutes—just the one with the terrific movie and tons of great background material. (Movie review by Shane Ivey, August 08, 2002.)

The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Howard Shore's score is as grand and glorious and heartbreaking as the book itself. Fans can't ask for a better soundtrack than this. (Movie review by Shane Ivey.)

The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring Visual Companion
If you've ever talked Tolkien in your living room, get this book for it now! (Book review by Shane Ivey.)

The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
All's well as ends better, as the Gaffer used to say. (Movie review by Shane Ivey, December 20, 2003.)

Lord of the Rings: The Musical
Or, "So You Orcs Think You Can Dance?" (Book review by Deanna Toxopeus, August 21, 2006.)

Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
See what someone who hasn't read Tolkien thought of the movie. If you want to. (Movie review by Joe Crowe, December 27, 2002.)

The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
To paraphrase Lewis: Here are beauties which pierce like swords or burn like cold iron; here are films that will break your heart. (Movie review by Shane Ivey, December 27, 2002.)

The Losers
Aptly named, The Losers fails to deliver on almost every cinematic level. (Movie review by Rick Klaw, April 23, 2010.)

Lost
Just sit right back and you'll hear a tale. . . . (TV review by Joe Crowe, October 23, 2004.)

Lost and Found by Shaun Tan
The story from Oscar winning short film The Lost Thing is collected, and 2 more by artist Shaun Tan. (Book review by Joe Crowe, April 13, 2011.)

Lost Girl
Succubus The People Slayer. (TV review by Joe Crowe, February 08, 2012.)

Lost Season 3.5
Mal from Firefly (and other reasons why we love/hate this half-season of Lost. (TV review by Mark Finn and Jayme Blaschke, November 14, 2006.)

Lost: The Complete First Season
Martin Thomas becomes the last man in America to finally watch Lost, and gives us the skinny on the DVD extras. (TV review by Martin Thomas, September 07, 2005.)

Love Hina Volume 1: Moving In
Love Hina... if you can. (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano.)

Love Story 2050
When love is eternal . . . even God bends his rules. (Movie review by Matthew Bey, July 15, 2008.)

Lt. Robin Crusoe, U.S.N.
Dick Van Dyke does his best Gilligan impersonation. But he's got something Bob Denver never had: An astro-chimp sidekick! (Movie review by Jayme Lynn Blaschke, May 26, 2005.)

LXG: League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: The Movie
LXG: It's no Armageddon, Thank God. (Movie review by Jess Nevins, July 12, 2003.)

Macross Plus: The Movie
Two decades ago, Macross helped put anime in front of a generation of fans. Macross Plus: The Movie proves the stories have grown with the viewers. (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, August 08, 2002.)

Mad, Mad House
Oxymoron alert: A reality show on Sci Fi Channel. (TV review by Joe Crowe, April 10, 2004.)

Magic the Gathering Tactics
This game is fun, no lie. (Game review by Andrew Kozma, July 29, 2011.)

Magic the Gathering: Tactics
The game is fun. No lie. (Game review by Andrew Kozma, May 22, 2011.)

Magic: The Gathering - Apocalypse Expansion
Will Apocalypse be the Last Stand for M:TG expansions? (Not likely!) (Game review by Jason Myers.)

Magic: The Gathering, 7th Edition
If you've ever been curious about Magic but never had a friend to show you the ropes, 7th Edition is here to hook you anyway. (Game review by Jason Myers.)

The Magicians
Magic is real, and a special few are chosen to go to a school and learn it. It only sounds familiar. (Book review by Peggy Hailey, March 10, 2010.)

Mahoromatic - Automatic Maiden Volume 1: Combat Maiden
Even a gun can have dreams. Though hopefully not all of them are quite this perverted... (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, February 28, 2003.)

Man of Steel
Jumbled thoughts and a spoiler-heavy review of the new Superman movie. (Movie review by Mark Finn, June 17, 2013.)

Man-Thing
Because Marvel Comics movies had been in too many theaters lately. (TV review by Joe Crowe, June 05, 2005.)

Manimal: The Ultimate Guide
Manimal is the awesomest. Here is everything you ever wanted to know about the best show. (TV review by Joe Crowe and @classictrack, September 30, 2013.)

Mansquito
Hey! Mansquito! (Movie review by Joe Crowe, June 04, 2010.)

Marriage
Is it comedy? Is it advice? Or is it just mind-twistingly strange? Our anime editor tries to figure out Marriage. (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano.)

Martian Successor Nadesico - Volume 5
Volume 5 isn't the best place for newcomers to start, but Nadesico is pure fun for anime fans. (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano.)

Martian Successor Nadesico - Vol. 6: Endgame
Great anime; lame-ass ending. Move along, now. (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano.)

Martian Successor Nadesico the Movie: The Prince of Darkness
It doesn't have much of a plot, and it doesn't wrap up the storyline any better than the TV series did, but it's still a damn funny anime. (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, December 04, 2003.)

Marvel Cartoons: Ultimate Spider-Man, Avengers Assemble, Hulk and Agents of SMASH
HULK AMBIVALENT. (TV review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, January 19, 2014.)

Marvel's Agents of SHIELD
The Marvel movie-verse expands to convenient TV form. (TV review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, September 24, 2013.)

Marvel`s Agents of SHIELD Season 2
"One thing`s for sure. We`re gonna laugh a lot less." (TV review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, April 24, 2015.)

Marvel`s Avengers
Best. Superhero movie. Ever. (Movie review by Mark Bousquet, May 09, 2012.)

Marvel`s The Avengers
The ultimate Marvel movie! (Movie review by Rick Klaw (@RickKlaw), May 03, 2012.)

Marvel`s The Avengers
Why the Avengers movie is not the best thing since sliced bread. (Movie review by Ryan Guthrie, May 21, 2012.)

Mary Poppins 40th Anniversary Edition DVD
Once upon a time there was a magical kingdom that made wonderful movies that weren't meant to go straight to DVD, but when they did go to DVD they were wonderful anyway. . . . (Movie review by Jayme Lynn Blaschke, January 25, 2005.)

Masterpieces: The Best Science Fiction of the Century
Is this anthology's title writing checks its table of contents can't cash? Reviewer Mark Finn takes a look. (Book review by Mark Finn.)

Masters of Science Fiction Episode 1
The first episode of the new ABC series is shocking and satisfying. (TV review by Rick Klaw, August 03, 2007.)

The Matrix Comics
Forget "Reloaded" and "Revolutions"; if you want to enter the Matrix, this is the only ticket you need. (Comics review by Kevin Pezzano, January 12, 2004.)

The Matrix Reloaded: DVDetails
"Reloaded" may not have suffered from sequelitis, but this DVD sure does. (Movie review by Kevin Pezzano, October 28, 2003.)

The Matrix Revolutions
Our reviewer liked it better than YOUR reviewer! And not just because our name is in its title. (Movie review by Kevin Pezzano, November 08, 2003.)

The Matrix Revolutions: DVDetails
So what if "Revolutions" was worse than "Reloaded." It gets the better DVD. (Movie review by Kevin Pezzano, April 25, 2004.)

The Matrix: Reloaded
Whoa. (Movie review by Kevin Pezzano, May 22, 2003.)

Max Payne
Hollywood brings us a video-game movie that is every bit as irrelevant as you would expect. (Movie review by Matthew Bey, October 22, 2008.)

Max Payne
Max Payne is nothing if he isn't introspective and thoughtful. With a gun. (Movie review by Matthew Bey, October 22, 2008.)

Me and Edith Head
It's short, it's inexpensive, and it's wonderful. You can't go wrong. (Comics review by Alan Porter, August 08, 2002.)

Meet Dave
Discovering what it means to be human has never been this awkward. (Movie review by Matthew Bey, July 11, 2008.)

Meet Me in the Moon Room
Strange, funny, absurd, and moving, Meet Me in the Moon Room is an irreal exploration of isolation and connectedness. (Book review by Jeff Topham.)

Meet the Robinsons
With family in tow our intrepid reviewer discovers that "meeting the Robinsons" got overlooked in Disney's latest family comedy. (Movie review by Matthew Pook, April 18, 2007.)

Meet the Spartans
Watch only if you like being pounded over the head (with tired pop culture references). (Movie review by Jorge de la Cova, February 06, 2008.)

Megas XLR
Giant robots from Jersey. Cool. (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, May 11, 2004.)

Men In Black II
Men in Bland is more like it... (Movie review by Kenn McCracken, July 18, 2002.)

Men In Suits
Interviews with the actors under the skins of famous movie creatures. (Movie review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, April 16, 2013.)

Men of Tomorrow: Geeks, Gangsters, and the Birth of the Comic Book
The best history of comics in a decade. No, really. (Book review by Mark Finn, November 12, 2004.)

Merriest Christmas Specials Ever
If you're having a holly-jolly Christmas, one of these shows might have been to blame. Joe Crowe takes a hard look at a holiday tradition. (TV review by Joe Crowe, December 26, 2001.)

The Messengers
They ain’t no singing telegram. (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, February 19, 2007.)

Metal Hurlant Chronicles
Sci-fi anthology? Shocking endings? Yes, please! (TV review by Joe Crowe, October 20, 2014.)

The Metatemporal Detective
If you like your adventure wild and wooly, with a hint of Victorian propriety and your satire as sharp as Zenith the Albino's strange black blade, then Michael Moorcock's latest is for you. (Book review by Peggy Hailey, November 23, 2007.)

Metropolis
Like so much anime, Metropolis is wondrous to look at... but does it have a story to match? (Anime review by Jason Myers.)

The Middleman
"Don't you want to fight monsters? Aliens? Robots?" (TV review by Joe Crowe, June 17, 2008.)

Midori Days
Just when you thought anime couldn’t get any weirder. . . . (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, September 12, 2005.)

Million Dollar Duck
Shunning such outmoded concepts as coherent scripts and production quality, Disney Studios achieved new levels of mediocrity in the 1970s. Million Dollar Duck, however, stands alone as King of the Drivel. (Movie review by Jayme Lynn Blaschke, April 21, 2005.)

Minister of Chance
"I solve mysteries. I do not give them ironic names." (Audio review by Joe Crowe, April 14, 2011.)

Minority Report
Minority Report is one of that too-rare type of science fiction filmmaking: riveting, exciting, deep, and almost astonishingly smart. Don't miss it. (Movie review by Kevin Pezzano, June 30, 2002.)

Miracles
It's a miracle it lasted as long as it did. (TV review by Amy H. Sturgis, April 10, 2003.)

The Mirador
The characters and court intrigues dazzle, but is the writing in Sarah Monette's latest up to snuff? (Book review by KC Heath, October 12, 2007.)

MirrorMask
Stunningly gorgeous, achingly empty. (Movie review by Rick Klaw, October 18, 2005.)

Mirrormask: The Illustrated Film Script
Neil Gaiman and Dave McKean have put together a strange little film called Mirrormask for the Jim Henson Company. The illustrated film script leaves little doubt that this isn't your father's Labyrinth. . . . (Book review by Jayme Lynn Blaschke, July 07, 2005.)

Mirrors
.kool ot tnaw uoy wonk uoY (Movie review by Andrew Kozma, August 22, 2008.)

Misfits
A superhero show about the least heroic people imaginable. (Movie review by Matt Cowger, July 24, 2011.)

Mission Impossible: Season 3 DVD
We accepted it. So should you. (TV review by Alan J. Porter, December 03, 2007.)

Mission: Impossible III
J.J. Abrams’ impossible mission: Make us forget that Tom Cruise has jumped the couch. (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, May 11, 2006.)

The Mist
Mist. Religious nuts. Otherworldly creatures. Blood. You know the drill. (Movie review by Peggy Hailey, November 21, 2007.)

Mobile Suit Gundam: Char's Counterattack
Finally! An anime with both giant robots AND superpowered schoolgirls! (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, September 18, 2002.)

Monkey, Ninja, Pirate, Robot: The Role Playing Game
A surprisingly engaging game about beating up people and taking their stuff. Sadly there are no unicorns. (Game review by Warren Banks, May 20, 2006.)

Monsters vs. Aliens
This cartoon brings new depth to the traditional animosity between monsters and aliens. But only literally. (Movie review by Matthew Bey, April 02, 2009.)

Monsters, Inc.
If you liked Toy Story and A Bug's Life, you'll LOVE Monsters, Inc. Well, you'll LIKE it at least. (Movie review by Jason Myers.)

Monty Python and the Holy Grail: The Quick and Dirty DVD Review
What rating do you give the Holy Grail DVD? Twoóno, nine! Aaaaagh! (Movie review by Joe Hourcle, August 08, 2002.)

Moonlight
"Now we got the food mouthing off about the farmer." (TV review by Joe Crowe, October 03, 2007.)

Mork and Mindy Season 3
When good ideas go terribly wrong: Mork & Mindy Season 3 on DVD. (TV review by Peggy Hailey, December 05, 2007.)

The Mothman Prophecies
This is the kind of thriller that reminds us why we used to love The X-Files. (Movie review by Jason Myers and Kenn McCracken.)

The Mothman Prophecies: Special Edition DVD
[Insert puerile joke about mothballs here.] (Movie review by Jason Myers, May 28, 2003.)

Mouse Guard: Fall 1152
Cute mice with swords! (Comics review by Alan J. Porter, June 15, 2007.)

Movie Probe : 113 Degrees, Beyond Words, Scopia,
Kickstarters, short films, and music for you to buy in to, and get enjoyment out of. (Movie review by Joe Crowe, February 07, 2013.)

Movie Probe : Kernel Panic, Worldline, Railway Children
Watch these movies about post-apocalypse, space, and other locations of nerdy interest. (Movie review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, December 11, 2012.)

Movie Probe: Chaos on the Bridge
Shatner interviews the stars and creators of Next Gen. Hijinks ensue. (Movie review by Joe Crowe and @RevolutionSF, August 21, 2015.)

Movie Probe: Ecstasy of Isabel Mann, Malevolents, Hollows Grove
A trio of Halloweenie movies for you to find and consume. (Movie review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, October 29, 2014.)

Movie Probe: Final Moments of Karl Brant
A 16-minute movie about artificial intelligence and murder. (Movie review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, August 20, 2013.)

Movie Probe: Haunting Melissa, Do Not Disturb, Progress, The Mission
Feast! Consume these web series and movies at will! (TV review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, October 10, 2013.)

Movie Probe: Life Tracker
The guy from Kyle XY stars as DNA predicts futures that are not fun. (Movie review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, November 16, 2013.)

Movie Probe: Mythica, Protokon, Time Signature, Visiting
Reviews of a fantasy flick, an old-school homage and sci-fi shorts. (Movie review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, April 05, 2015.)

Movie Probe: Portal, Beast, The Garden
Check out Portal, the sci-fi drug series! (Movie review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, December 30, 2014.)

Movie Probe: Science Team, Ghoster, Legend of Zelda
Expanding your horizons by finding you new movies and web series. (We are givers.) (Movie review by Joe Crowe, August 15, 2013.)

Movie Probe: So Dark, Isabel Mann
Vampire horror short films. Good stuff. (Movie review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, April 25, 2013.)

Mr. Magorium`s Wonder Emporium
Magical toy stores aren't always what they're cracked up to be. (Movie review by Jayme Lynn Blaschke, November 18, 2007.)

Mulan II
This movie has it all. Adventure! Romance! Animation and songs that are pretty good but don't measure up to the original! (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, February 13, 2005.)

The Mummy
It ain't Indiana Jones, but it tries. (Movie review by Jason Myers, May 10, 2001.)

Mummy : Tomb of the Dragon Emperor
"You people are mummy magnets!" (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, August 13, 2008.)

The Mummy Returns
More! Better! Faster! Well, more, anyway. (Movie review by Jason Myers.)

Muppet Show Season 2 : It's Time to Play the Music, It's Time to Light the Lights
Did you ever wish you were 10 years old again? The Muppets: Season 2 can take you there. (TV review by Peggy Hailey, August 07, 2007.)

The Muppet Show Season 3
Sometimes, you can go home again. Relive the best part of being a kid with The Muppet Show Season 3 on DVD. (TV review by Peggy Hailey, June 02, 2008.)

Muppets
Soaked in nostalgia, and a Muppety triumph of pleasantness. (Movie review by Mark Bousquet, November 27, 2011.)

Muppets from Space
A review of the 1999 Muppet movie. Guaranteed 100% HUTA-free. (Movie review by Jason Myers, August 22, 2002.)

Mutant Chronicles
In a world with anachronistic technological elements and machines that could never possibly work, one man must fight the mutant scourge. With a buncha other people. (Movie review by Matthew Bey, April 25, 2009.)

Mutant X
It's kind of like a cheesy rip-off of the X-Men, but... Well, it's basically a cheesy rip-off of the X-Men. With Andy Warhol. (TV review by Rachel K. Ivey.)

Mutants and Masterminds
The War of the Supermen, part 2. (Game review by Mark Finn, September 14, 2003.)

My Bloody Valentine 3D
We LOVE ... No. We want to be just friends with ... Uh, we are just being nice to My Bloody Valentine 3D. (Movie review by Jorge de la Cova, January 29, 2009.)

My Neighbor Totoro
More good news for those of us who belong to the cult of Miyazaki. (Anime review by Navin Vembar, March 23, 2006.)

My Neighbors the Yamadas
The Yamadas are your typical, average, dysfunctional Japanese family. And you know what? They're also surprisingly similar to your typical, average, dysfunctional American family as well. (Anime review by Jayme Lynn Blaschke, August 25, 2005.)

My Own Worst Enemy
Christian Slater lives! It's like Chuck, but without the sense of humor. (TV review by Joe Crowe, November 05, 2008.)

My Super Ex-Girlfriend
My Super Ex-Girlfriend = Superman + Swingers + Glenn Close from Fatal Attraction. (Movie review by Navin Vembar, July 23, 2006.)

Nadia: Secret of Blue Water Volume 2: The Dark Kingdom
From the makers of Evangelion, Nadia was an early classic-to-be. (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano.)

Nanny McPhee
Nanny likes the sticks, the sticks that go BOOM. (Movie review by Martin Thomas, January 31, 2006.)

National Treasure
Oh Boromir, when will you stop chasing the bling-bling? (Movie review by George Edward Purdy, November 16, 2004.)

National Treasure 2: DVDetails
So many special features, we had to induce vomiting halfway through so we could finish them all. (Movie review by Laura Eldred, June 17, 2008.)

National Treasure : Book of Secrets
A Jerry Bruckheimer movie with no explosions! This one has disintegration, though. (Movie review by Deanna Toxopeus, December 28, 2007.)

National Treasure DVDetails
Does this "special edition" ride the short bus? (Movie review by Alan J. Porter, January 10, 2008.)

Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind
Before Hayao Miyazaki's ecological fable Princess Mononoke sent fanboys everywhere into spasms of anime ecstacy, he did a little film along those same lines that had a far more reaching impact. (Anime review by Jayme Lynn Blaschke, March 08, 2005.)

Neil Gaiman's Sandman
Atmospheric and deep, the title that put Neil Gaiman on the map is still a brilliant read. (Comics review by Kenn McCracken.)

Neon Genesis Evangelion Collection 0:8
This is the climax to one of the most popular and acclaimed anime series in history. Does it live up to its promise? (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano.)

Neon Genesis Evangelion: Death and Rebirth
The first half of the climax to the Evangelion saga arrives on DVD. You wanted the real ending to the series? Well, be careful what you wish for... (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, August 21, 2002.)

Neon Genesis Evangelion: Resurrection (Director's Cut)
More claustrophobic conspiracy! More bizarre religious iconography! More angst-filled character study! More Shinji being a colossal wuss! (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, February 02, 2004.)

Never Let Me Go
Jonathan McCalmont has graciously agreed to break down this year's Arthur C. Clarke Awards nominees for us. Book one is Kazuo Ishiguro's "Never Let Me Go." (Book review by Jonathan McCalmont, April 06, 2006.)

New Amsterdam
"What the hell does that mean?" (TV review by Joe Crowe, March 06, 2008.)

New Doctor Who Preview: Episode 1: Rose
Reviewing the show with the hot new companion (and Dr. Who too.) (TV review by Alan Riquelmy, March 16, 2006.)

The New Weird
Expectations are made to be violated in this collection of weird fiction. (Book review by Dave Farnell, March 24, 2008.)

New Who View: New Earth, Tooth and Claw, School Reunion
The Doctor regenerates in the new season 2 -- for better and worse. (TV review by Alan Riquelmy, May 08, 2006.)

New Who View: The Girl in the Fireplace
This episode contains a side of the Doctor we rarely see. (TV review by Alan Riquelmy, June 03, 2006.)

Next
Nicolas Cage can see the future. But his skull's not on fire this time. (Movie review by Deanna Toxopeus, May 04, 2007.)

Nextwave: Agents of H.A.T.E.
Bang! Boom!! Fattooommm!!! It's a comic. It's got men in spandex. It's stoopid. And it's by Warren Ellis. (Comics review by Matthew Pook, April 03, 2007.)

Nick Fury Agent of SHIELD ( 1998)
Before Samuel L. Jackson, there was David Hasselhoff. (TV review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, May 06, 2010.)

NieA Under Seven Volume 1: Poor Girl Blues
So much potential... and so much lameness. (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano.)

Night of the Living Dead Reanimated
Artists interpret the horror classic in comics, action figures, and sock puppets. (Movie review by Jorge de la Cova, January 12, 2011.)

Night Stalker
How do you like that, night? Stalking not so fun now, is it? (TV review by Joe Crowe, November 19, 2005.)

Night Watch
Sent back in time, Sam Vimes must put down a bloody uprising, catch a psychopath, teach his younger self the ropes, and find a way to get home before his first child is born. (Book review by Candace L. Myers, November 13, 2002.)

Night Watch (Nochnoi Dozor)
The first Russian blockbuster borrows elements of many other movies -- and weaves them brilliantly together. (Movie review by Matthew Pook, October 15, 2005.)

Nightbeasts
Native Americans and the boy from Gremlins vs. Bigfeet. But this movie had me at Gremlins. (Movie review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, November 26, 2013.)

The Nightmare Before Christmas in 3-D
If it’s 3-D, it’s for me! (Movie review by Todd Shearer, October 24, 2006.)

Nim's Island
If you have an interest in psychology and pain, this artistically ambitious film is for you. (Movie review by Navin Vembar, April 07, 2008.)

Nintendo Quest
Nintendo fan seeks games and looks deep at the Nintendo legacy. (Movie review by Michael Falkner and @womprat99, October 19, 2015.)

Nirvana
Christopher Lambert, when will you learn? Come to think of it, when will we? (Movie review by Andrew Kozma, July 17, 2006.)

No Ordinary Family
"What every crimefighter needs: A lair. With WiFi." (TV review by Joe Crowe, September 27, 2010.)

Nothing
Has RevSF truly written a review about Nothing? Or will Bill Mumy wish you into the corn field if you follow the link? Go ahead, click. We dare you. (Movie review by Rick Klaw, October 14, 2005.)

The Number 23
Contains large amounts of the number two. (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, March 06, 2007.)

Old Man's War
John Scalzi out-Heinleins Heinlein himself in the compulsively readable Old Man's War. (Book review by Robert R. Chase, August 05, 2005.)

The Omen
Put the dog down, Damien. (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, June 21, 2006.)

On He-Man
Anything with a giant green tiger in it must have been cool... right? (TV review by Joe Crowe, August 21, 2002.)

Once Upon A Time
This has live action Seven Dwarfs! And other stuff, I guess. (TV review by Joe Crowe, November 01, 2011.)

Once Upon A Time in Wonderland
Into the hole with John Lithgow as a rabbit, and a giant turtle, and more fun stuff. (TV review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, October 29, 2013.)

Once Upon a Time: Frozen
Check out Frozen`s live-action debut! The show never bothered me anyway. (TV review by Joe Crowe and @yojoecrowe, February 05, 2015.)

The One
Four-color and videogame-ready, The One is all physical grace and brutal action. (And not much else, but at least it knows its limitations.) (Movie review by Kenn McCracken.)

The Onion Girl
A dream for fans and a pleasure for newcomers, Charles de Lint's latest fantasy has plenty for everyone. (Book review by Sara Sutterfield Winn.)

Orbiter
Warren Ellis' story of a lost space shuttle returning to Earth is encouraging, optimistic, and more science eventuality than science fiction. (Comics review by Dana Broe, August 08, 2003.)

The Order
I'll have some wine, a can of cheese whiz, and a package of Jesus crackers, please. (Movie review by Jason Myers and Andrew Kozma, September 12, 2003.)

The Originals (and Witches of East End)
Two new supernatural series that are similar in their oddness. (TV review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, October 10, 2013.)

Orphan Black
Clone fight! Clone fight! (TV review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, October 13, 2014.)

Osmosis Jones
Plenty of goop. Not much originality. (Movie review by Navin Vembar.)

The Others
Silence, darkness, terror... The Others is a rare treat in a summer of noise and empty flash. (Movie review by Jason Myers.)

Outlander
Is it cheating if your spouse has not been born yet? (TV review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, @yojoecrowe, October 20, 2014.)

Over the Hedge
We love us some William Shatner. Even animated William Shatner. (Movie review by Martin Thomas, June 21, 2006.)

Overturn
Sci-fi mystery series, with plenty of screwy doings. (TV review by Joe Crowe, May 16, 2011.)

Oz The Great and Powerful
This movie is better than having a tree throw apples at you. (Movie review by Larry Davis, May 08, 2013.)

Pacific Rim
A gaggle of RevSF folks talk about monster-punching giant robots. (Movie review by RevolutionSF and @revolutionsf, July 19, 2013.)

Painkiller and Battle Out Of Hell
A decent PC shooter, and its crap-assed sequel. (Game review by Andrew Kozma, February 28, 2008.)

Painkiller Jane
A new sci-fi series on Sci Fi, with lots of Kristanna Loken. (TV review by Sackett, April 21, 2007.)

Pan's Labyrinth
An exploration of the dark heart of Spain’s recent history and an ambiguous fairy tale sounds an impossible combination, but in the hands of Guillermero del Toro, it will surely be interesting. The good news is: it is better than that. (Movie review by Matthew Pook, January 02, 2007.)

Pan's Labyrinth
Beautiful, haunting images and gorgeous cinematography. In other words: good stuff. (Movie review by Rick Klaw, January 14, 2007.)

Paprika
An absorbing visual fantasy about dreams. (Movie review by Navin Vembar, June 18, 2007.)

Paragaea : A Planetary Romance
You will like this story. It has a jaguar man, a cosmonaut, and a guy with a sword. (Book review by Joe Crowe, May 13, 2008.)

Paragon Lost
If you like swordplay, magic, and deeds of derring-do, grab a tankard of ale and relax in the hands of a master. (Book review by Candace Myers, October 17, 2002.)

Passengers
Like Lost in Space, if you were supposed to root for Dr. Smith. (Movie review by Alan J. Porter and @alanjporter, January 01, 2017.)

Path of Evil
What Hitchcock's Psycho did for taking showers, this movie does for drying off after your shower. Air dry, as God intended, or face the horror of... Not The Key Hole Killer. (Movie review by Laura Eldred, January 24, 2006.)

Pathfinder
Allegorical anti-Minnesota propaganda secretly funded by Washington D.C. (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, April 26, 2007.)

Pathfinder Beginner Box
A gateway drug for role playing gamers. (Game review by Matt Cowger, December 02, 2011.)

Paths of Doom: Sete-Ka’s Dream Quest
A new entry in the "Choose Your Own Adventure" genre. It's your choice, or not, to read the review. (Game review by Matthew Pook, May 29, 2007.)

Pattern Recognition and Dead Air
SF grandmasters William Gibson and Iain Banks both use the 9/11 attacks as backdrops for their most recent non-SF novels, with mixed results. (Book review by Ivan Lerner, January 09, 2003.)

Paul Riddell: Greasing the Pan
The owner of the Texas Triffid Ranch expounds about nerdy things. (Book review by Joe Crowe, October 02, 2009.)

Penny Dreadful
Vampires! Werewolves! London! (TV review by Mark Bousquet and @mark_bousquet, March 24, 2015.)

Perdido Street Station
Master fantasist Michael Moorcock reviews Perdido Street Station, a massive, gorgeous fantasy by an extraordinary new talent. (Book review by Michael Moorcock.)

Persepolis
The movie adaptation of a graphic novel about a woman both frustrating and admirable. (Movie review by Navin Vembar, February 06, 2008.)

Person of Interest
Ben from Lost and Jesus fight crime! (TV review by Joe Crowe , September 30, 2011.)

Peter Pan
They just don't make them as gay and innocent and heartless as they used to. (Movie review by Shane Ivey, December 30, 2003.)

Peter Straub : A Dark Matter
A charismatic leader. A dark ritual. A dead body. A serial killer. Madness. And more. (Book review by Peggy Hailey, March 08, 2010.)

Petite Princess Yucie Volume 1: Princess Academy
Lame, pointless, and so sugary sweet that you’ll have to brush your teeth after watching it. Ah, Gainax, what has become of thee? (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, December 16, 2004.)

Philip Jose Farmer : A Woman A Day
A look back at 1970s sci-fi: Philip Jose Farmer, on sexing people up for freedom. (Book review by Jens Rushing, July 20, 2009.)

The Phoenix and the Carpet
What do you get when you take four bored children, a magical phoenix and an ancient flying carpet? Why, a high-flying British fantasy adventure, of course! (Movie review by Jayme Lynn Blaschke, December 12, 2005.)

Piano Volume 1: Secret Love
Play me a song, piano girl. . . . (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, December 10, 2005.)

Pickman`s Model by HP Lovecraft Graphic Novel
The HP Lovecraft story gets a graphic novel. (Book review by Matt Cowger, October 05, 2012.)

Pirates of the Caribbean 2: Dead Man's Chest
The blockbuster pirate movie squares off against a pirate movie fan. Who will survive?! (Movie review by Mark Finn, July 07, 2006.)

Pirates of the Caribbean 2: Dead Man's Chest
RevSF looks at the film from a decidedly female perspective. (Movie review by Laura Eldred, July 10, 2006.)

Pirates of the Caribbean 3: At World's End
No love for the monkey. (Movie review by Navin Vembar, June 28, 2007.)

Pirates of the Caribbean At World`s End DVDetails
"Gentlemen, I wash my hands of this weirdness." (Movie review by Alan J. Porter, December 14, 2007.)

Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End
Jack the monkey's back! And the rest of the movie is good piratey business, too. Ghar. (Movie review by Mark Finn, May 25, 2007.)

Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides
A missed opportunity, and an excuse to watch Johnny Depp parade around in eyeliner. (Movie review by Laura Eldred, June 04, 2011.)

Pitch Black
A little flawed, but better than most: this is an sf horror flick with style. (Movie review by Navin Vembar.)

Pixar Short Films Collection Vol. 1
Everyone knows that Pixar makes some brilliant short movies, but is this collection worth the (pricey) price? (Movie review by Peggy Hailey, November 13, 2007.)

A Place So Foreign, Geek Confidential, Diary
It's 3 for the price of 1 as Ivan Lerner reviews new works by Cory Doctorow, Rick Klaw, and Chuck Palahniuk. (Book review by Ivan Lerner, October 13, 2003.)

Planet of the Apes
Marky Mark and the Monkey Bunch. Why Tim Roth and Helena Bonham Carter rule the planet. (Movie review by Jason Myers.)

Planetary: All Over The World and Other Stories
If you haven't read it, we can't begin to tell you what you've missed. Glories. (Comics review by Robert R. Chase, September 13, 2001.)

Planetfall
Sci-fi spaghetti western. Female bounty hunters. Psionic warriors. Good stuff. (Movie review by Joe Crowe, June 10, 2007.)

Plundered Vaults
Something old, something new, an anthology for the new edition of the classic British RPG, Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay (Game review by Matthew Pook, November 20, 2005.)

Pocahontas: 10th Anniversary Edition DVD
Disney takes on European exploration of the New World, but "A Whole New World" it ain't. (Movie review by Martin Thomas, May 03, 2005.)

Podcast Probe: Earth Station One, Cyborgs, Unspeakable
RevolutionSF presents the best geeky podcasts. (Audio review by Joe Crowe and @yojoecrowe / @revolutionsf, January 04, 2014.)

Pokemon: Destiny Deoxys
A Pokemon movie that doesn't totally suck! (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, February 28, 2005.)

The Polar Express
Bosom Buddies Tom Hanks and Peter Scolari, together again in a new Christmas classic! (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, November 10, 2004.)

Pom Poko
When human development pushes a colony of Japanese raccoon-dogs to the brink, the raccoon-dogs push back. (Anime review by Jayme Lynn Blaschke, October 08, 2005.)

Pooh's Heffalump Movie
Hannibal had his elephants. Sauron had oliphaunts. And Roo, well, that little kangaroo has his very own heffalump. The question is, what does one do with a heffalump? (Movie review by Jayme Lynn Blaschke, June 21, 2005.)

Porco Rosso
Porco Rosso is without a doubt the best "seaplane piloted by a pig" movie ever made. It's also the only "seaplane piloted by a pig" movie ever made. . . . (Anime review by Jayme Lynn Blaschke, February 22, 2005.)

The Powerpuff Girls Movie
Indie cred, smart writing, hilarious action, massive success: How do they get away with it?! (Movie review by Martin Thomas, July 04, 2002.)

Predators
"Does this look like a team orientated group of individuals to you?" (Movie review by Joe Crowe, July 22, 2010.)

Predators I Have Known
The science fiction master`s nonfiction book debut, chronicling encounters with ferocious beasts. (Book review by Alan J. Porter, February 24, 2011.)

The Prestige
More proof (as if it were needed) that David Bowie is a god. (Movie review by Laura Eldred, October 27, 2006.)

Prey
A greedy high-tech corporation recklessly exploits incredible new research, with potentially devastating results! Can a clever middle-aged white male scientist stop them before it's too late? Wow, deja vu.... (Book review by Rachel K. Ivey, December 08, 2002.)

Pride and Prejudice and Zombies
"The zombies let forth a most unpleasant roar as they came within biting distance, and Elizabeth returned it in kind as she began her counterattack." (Book review by Gary Mitchel, April 09, 2009.)

Pride and Prejudice and Zombies: Dawn of the Dreadfuls
"If you preserve genteel English womanhood while serving up genteel English women as so much steak tartare, I would say that you have most definitely lost." (Book review by Peggy Hailey, March 02, 2010.)

Priest
Priests vs. vampires. (Movie review by Cam Crowder , July 14, 2011.)

Primer
It's jaw-dropping science fiction, not a lesson in physics (well, almost). (Movie review by Matt Cowger, May 20, 2005.)

The Prisoner
Inspiration to The X-Files, Babylon 5, Dark City, and countless others, The Prisoner remains an enigmatic classic. (TV review by Amy H. Sturgis.)

The Prisoner Complete Series Megaset DVD
You will own this DVD of the entire Prisoner series. (TV review by Matt Cowger , November 29, 2009.)

Prom Night
You could show this to your 6 year old. Except don't. (Movie review by Paul O. Miles, May 04, 2008.)

Prometheus
The most hyped non men-in-capes movie of the summer. (Movie review by Sarah Arnold, June 14, 2012.)

Prometheus
One part examination of faith, and one part an attempt at sci-fi exploration. (Movie review by Ryan Guthrie, June 21, 2012.)

Proof Positive & Ghost Hunters
Reality shows about the unreal -- and we're not talking about American Idol. (TV review by KC, November 17, 2004.)

Pueblo
You may be a master builder, but the Chieftain knows what he wants in his new pueblo. Find out if you can hide your true colour in this German board game. (Game review by Matthew Pook, August 27, 2006.)

Pulp Culture
Collectors Press brings us a gorgeous glimpse of pulps past, where pop culture got its start in grainy pages and bright covers. (Book review by Mark Finn.)

The Punisher
See Jane punish. (Movie review by Joe Crowe, May 13, 2004.)

The Punisher (1989)
Just in case you forgot that it sucked. (Movie review by Gary Mitchel and Joe Crowe, April 23, 2004.)

The Punisher : Welcome Back, Frank
While waiting in line for the Punisher movie, check out the best version of the character ever to hit comics. (Comics review by Gary Mitchel, May 05, 2004.)

Push
In which Dakota Fanning plays a street imp with Kitty Pryde-esque aplomb. (Movie review by Jorge de la Cova, February 11, 2009.)

Pushing Daisies
"I wish I could give you an emotional Heimlich." (TV review by Joe Crowe, October 04, 2007.)

Pushing Ice
"Pushing Ice" is the third in Jonathan McCalmont's ongoing series of reviews of this year's Arthur C. Clarke Award nominees. (Book review by Jonathan McCalmont, April 06, 2006.)

Quantum of Solace
Once more around the world, James? The second Daniel Craig outing is a forgettable, mediocre addition to the Bond franchise. (Movie review by Rick Klaw, November 13, 2008.)

Quarantine
"Keep the light on me." (Movie review by Jorge de la Cova, October 13, 2008.)

Queen of Outer Space
The Wiseguy Geekboy Bad Movie Review! (Movie review by Phillip White.)

The Queen of the Damned
You might like it... if you forget about the book. (Movie review by Jason Myers.)

Quicksilver: Volume One of the Baroque Cycle
Intrepid reviewer Iain Emsley weighs in on Neal Stephenson's epic doorstopper of a novel. (Book review by Iain Emsley, March 30, 2004.)

Race
A sci-fi race-car driver competes in an action-crammed run for his life. (Movie review by Joe Crowe, July 25, 2010.)

Rage of the Behemoth
A delightful anthology about monsters and the people who stab them. (Book review by Joe Crowe, July 14, 2010.)

RahXephon Orchestration 1: Threshold
It's not a ripoff, it's an HOMAGE! And it's really not that bad... (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, May 11, 2003.)

RahXephon Volume 2: Tonal Pattern
It's déjà vu all over again. (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, October 14, 2003.)

Raiders!
The awesome story of kids who remade Raiders of the Lost Ark movie. (Book review by Joe Crowe, November 21, 2012.)

Rainbows End
Vernor Vinge, the Sultan of the Singularity, returns with a spankin' new novel. (Book review by Jonathan McCalmont, August 31, 2006.)

Rango
"It`s gun lotion." (Movie review by Alan J. Porter, March 14, 2011.)

Ratatouille
Rats and food, mixed hilariously. (Movie review by Rick Klaw, June 28, 2007.)

Ratatouille: DVDetails
Do ya smelllllll what The Rat is cooking!?!? (Movie review by Alan J. Porter, November 15, 2007.)

Ravenor Trilogy
The Empire from Dune (or Star Wars) is invaded by Terminators, Aliens, and the Orcs from Lord of the Rings. Hijinks ensue. (Book review by Van Allen Plexico, May 30, 2007.)

Ready Player One
Shall we play a game? (Book review by Peggy Hailey, August 28, 2011.)

Real Bout High School Volume 1: Enter the Samurai Girl
Real Bout borrows from the best -- so why not just get the best instead? (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, June 22, 2002.)

Real Steel
It`s not Rock `Em Sock `Em Robots. And yet, it is. (Movie review by Ryan Guthrie, October 25, 2011.)

Reaper
"Oh, yeah! We's the piiiiimps!" (TV review by Gary Mitchel, September 26, 2007.)

The Reaping
Nothing fights plague like Hilary Swank. And daily flossing. (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, April 15, 2007.)

RED
"We`re putting the band back together." (Movie review by Alan J. Porter, October 14, 2010.)

The Red Star
The Red Star is one of the most moving, thrilling, and beautiful works of comic art to come along in years. The revolution begins here. (Comics review by Kenn McCracken.)

Reeker
Smells like teen dismemberment. (Movie review by Laura Eldred, October 30, 2007.)

Reign of Fire
Big dragons. Big explosions. If you want more than that, don't bother looking because it's just not there. (Movie review by Mark Finn, July 11, 2002.)

Renaissance: Paris 2054
Not amazing. Not too shabby, either. (Movie review by Jayme Lynn Blaschke, August 14, 2007.)

A Requiem for the X-Files
Up against the wall, sucker! The X-Files goes on trial for its life. Wait—too late. (TV review by Robert R. Chase, May 23, 2002.)

Resident Evil
The bad news: Romero didn't direct it. The good news: It's flesh-tearing, arm-gnawing fun. (Movie review by Jason Myers.)

Resident Evil -- A Second Take
For once we can be glad a film didn't live up to its potential.... (Movie review by Kenn McCracken.)

Resident Evil Apocalypse
Milla vs. zombies. Press triangle to begin. (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, September 19, 2004.)

Resident Evil Extinction
This movie has 1)zombies and 2) fightin'. (Movie review by Jorge de la Cova, September 30, 2007.)

Retro Rockets No.1
What every good space opera hero needs -- a ready punch, a trusty atom ray pistol strapped to his thigh, a wholesome girl by his side, and a sure ride to the stars. "Retro Rockets Number One" can deliver on one of those requirements at least. (Game review by Matthew Pook, July 03, 2006.)

The Return
Just killing time while we await the release of "The Grudge: Part Scooby Deux." (Movie review by Laura Eldred, November 17, 2006.)

Return of the King (1979)
Gollum was a frog-man in a 1979 cartoon. Sigh. (TV review by Shane Ivey, May 11, 2010.)

Return to Neverland
Return to Never Land. But don't expect too much. (Movie review by Jason Myers.)

Return to the Planet of the Apes
Talking monkeys from "Planet of the Apes" invaded Saturday morning in 1975. The Hair Bear Bunch was never heard from again. (TV review by Jorge de la Cova, January 19, 2007.)

Reviews Askew: The Films of Kevin Smith
RevolutionSF looks back at the films of Kevin Smith. (Movie review by Joe Crowe.)

Revolution Half-Season 1
When this show gets a San Francisco spinoff, we expect big money for our URL. (TV review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, November 27, 2012.)

Revolutionary Girl Utena: The Movie
Very symbolic. Very pink. Very odd. (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano.)

RevolutionSF Podcast: DC Comics Rebirth
DC relaunches yet again, and we are here to talk for hours about it. (Comics review by Various RevSF Artists, July 15, 2016.)

RevolutionSF Podcast: Women in Geek Media
Women in sci-fi 2015: We are not things, but where is our stuff? (Movie review by Various artists, July 29, 2015.)

Riese : Kingdom Falling
A neat looking steampunk adventure about a woman and her wolf. (TV review by Joe Crowe, November 12, 2010.)

The Ring
By the time you read this, I'll probably be dead... (Movie review by Harrison Bergeron, October 09, 2002.)

The Ring 2
Sequelitis strikes again. (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, April 05, 2005.)

The Riot Act Review: Kurt Busiek's Astro City
The return to Astro City is almost here, and what better time to catch up on old stories from the city? (Comics review by Russ Lee, August 20, 2002.)

The River
Five distinct genres crammed into one show, and it`s not a complete mess! (TV review by Mark Bousquet and @mark_bousquet, February 08, 2012.)

Riverworld
This movie likes it wet. (TV review by Joe Crowe, March 29, 2003.)

Robert Heinlein: Green Hills of Earth, Menace From Earth
Two Heinlein short stories are collected in one volume. (Book review by J.J.S. Boyce, January 17, 2012.)

Robin Hood
The Robin Hood myth, but without the parts that make the Robin Hood myth powerful. (Movie review by Alan J. Porter, May 14, 2010.)

Robin Hood: Most Wanted Edition
That Robin Hood is a fox. No, literally, a fox. (Movie review by Alan J. Porter, February 08, 2007.)

Robinson Crusoe on Mars
The 1964 classic is on Blu-Ray. It has ADAM WEST AND A MONKEY. (Movie review by Joe Crowe, April 07, 2011.)

Robotech: Battlefront
Dated as it is, Robotech (Macross, if you're hardcore) still stands out for its maturity and its groundbreaking impact on anime. (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano.)

Robotech: The Shadow Chronicles
Hey, if Battlestar Galactica and Doctor Who can get modern revivals, why can't Robotech? (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, February 14, 2007.)

Robots
Pixar, watch your back. . . . (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, March 15, 2005.)

Roger Zelazny's Shadows of Amber
The new Amber universe books are a shadow of their Amber selves. (Book review by Van Plexico, November 16, 2005.)

Roger Zelazny`s Jack of Shadows
A long out-of-print classic (and Amber forefather) gets new life. (Book review by Van Allen Plexico and @VanAllenPlexico, June 02, 2016.)

Rollerball
"It's time to start running!" If you're in the ticket line for Rollerball, that is.... (Movie review by Jason Myers.)

The Rook
Pulp style hero fights zombie pirates and Nazi vampires. (Book review by Joe Crowe, May 12, 2010.)

Roswell
The teen soap tries to be science fiction, it really does. Once in a while, anyway. (TV review by Rachel K. Ivey.)

The Rough Guide to Superheroes
Perfect for those other people in a comics-lover's life. (Book review by Mark Finn, November 12, 2004.)

Roving Mars
Two rovers. One planet. And all the CGI they can handle. (Movie review by Jayme Lynn Blaschke, August 16, 2007.)

Rudolph and Frosty`s Christmas in July
Presenting the thin line between tedious and awesome. (TV review by Mark Bousquet, December 24, 2010.)

Rudolph`s Shiny New Year
This Christmas special continues an obsession with physical oddities. (TV review by Mark Bousquet, December 06, 2010.)

The Ruins
Just when you thought it was safe to go south of the border... (Movie review by Matthew Bey, April 06, 2008.)

Rune of Chaos
A classic RPG returns. Can Mongoose Publishing do it justice with this first support for the all-new but still old-style "RuneQuest"? (Game review by Matthew Pook, August 06, 2006.)

Sabretooth
Sci Fi Channel. A CGI sabretooth tiger. We watched it so you don't have to. (TV review by Joe Crowe, November 27, 2002.)

Saga
Y The Last Man creator Brian K. Vaughan starts up a new sci-fi comic book. (Comics review by Sarah Azrarnold, March 16, 2012.)

Sailor Moon S - Heart Collection 4
Mythic plots, the Holy Grail, and lots and lots of pink. No wonder so many fans are hooked on Sailor Moon. (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano.)

Sailor Moon S - Heart Collection 6
Brutal, apocalyptic, and so darned cute: Heart Collection 6 is a moving climax to the best season of Sailor Moon. (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano.)

Sailor Moon S: Heart Collection 1
A hefty dose of cutesy schoolgirl antics, but enough depth to appeal to anime fans of all genders and ages. (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, January 24, 2003.)

Sakura Diaries Chapter 2
How can they squeeze so much crap into such a small disc? (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano.)

Salamander
A mechanical marvel of a castle and the quest to create a never-ending book are just the tip of the iceberg in Wharton's magical book. (Book review by Peggy Hailey, September 26, 2002.)

The Salt Roads
Nalo Hopkinson spreads her wings to tell the tale of the birth of a goddess and her journey through life. (Book review by Kit O'Connell, November 20, 2003.)

Samurai Jack
Samurai Jack is coming to Cartoon Network. You don't want to miss it! (TV review by Jason Myers.)

Samurai X: Reflection, Director's Cut
Beautiful, haunting, touching, tragic, and pretty much for fans of the Rurouni Kenshin saga only. (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, January 22, 2005.)

Samurai X: The Motion Picture
If you like the Rurouni Kenshin TV series, you’ll like this. Everyone else, though, will probably be a lot less impressed. (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, January 31, 2005.)

Samurai X: Trust and Samurai X: Betrayal
Blood, drama, romance, tragedy, and pure samurai action bliss. (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, January 31, 2005.)

Sanctuary
"The kid sucks brains! Not that I'm being judgmental." (TV review by Joe Crowe, October 03, 2008.)

Sandman: Endless Nights
Neil Gaiman returns to the series that made him famous with this uneven but fascinating collection of short comics. (Comics review by Kit O'Connell, April 04, 2004.)

The Sandman: Endless Nights
Neil Gaiman returns to his most famous work. (Comics review by Jayme Lynn Blaschke, November 17, 2004.)

The Santa Clause 2
Santa's coming early this yearÖ thanks to Mrs. Claus. (Movie review by Jason Myers, October 30, 2002.)

Sarah Jane Adventures
"I saw amazing things out there in space. But there is strangeness to be found wherever you turn." (TV review by Jorge de la Cova, April 17, 2008.)

Sasquatch
A good movie... for me to SaSquat on! (Movie review by Jason Myers, March 11, 2003.)

Saw
How much blood would you spill to get out of a mediocre horror movie? (Movie review by Gary Mitchell, October 31, 2004.)

Saw 2
Gettin' jiggy with it. (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, December 05, 2005.)

Saw 3
Finally, a movie where that punk Donnie from the New Kids gets his. (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, November 04, 2006.)

Saw IV
Why would you see Saw 4? Because the monkey bars are chocolate-covered. (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, November 02, 2007.)

Scare Tactics
Combine Rod Serling and Allen Funt, and you get Shannen Doherty. (TV review by Joe Crowe, April 05, 2003.)

The Scarifyers: The Nazad Conspiracy
Proving that audio adventures are not all Star Wars, Doctor Who, and Discworld, The Scarifyers serves up an amusing supernatural thriller with The Nazad Conspiracy. (Book review by Matthew Pook, August 26, 2007.)

Scary Movie 2
The movie that dares you to settle. (Movie review by Jason Myers.)

Scary Movie 3
This movie blows ass chunks. (Movie review by Robert E. Mansperger, Jr., May 17, 2004.)

Scary Tales
The Wiseguy Geekboy Bad Movie Review, with guest columnist Jason Myers. (Movie review by Jason Myers, December 05, 2001.)

Scary Tales: The Return of Longfellow
The movie that the makers of Identity donít want you to see. (Movie review by Jason Myers, May 28, 2003.)

Sci-Fi TV 2011: Terra Nova, Secret Circle, Once Upon A Time, Grimm
Reviews of all the fall 2011 sci- fi - ish TV shows, in one handy place. (TV review by RevolutionSF, December 05, 2011.)

Sci-Fi TV Death Zone : Buffy the Vampire Slayer Cartoon
The only existing clip from the Buffy cartoon series that wasn't (thanks to SlayAlive.com) (TV review by Joe Crowe, August 03, 2008.)

Sci-Fi TV Death Zone: Relic Hunter
Tia and artifacts. (TV review by Joe Crowe, August 18, 2008.)

The Scorpion King
What is best in life? To crush your enemies, see them driven before you, and to hear the lamentation of the women... if you SMELLLLLLLLLLLL what the Scorp is cookin'! (Movie review by Joe Crowe.)

Scott Pilgrim vs. The World
"My baggage does not try and kill me every five minutes." (Movie review by Alan J. Porter, August 13, 2010.)

Scott Pilgrim vs. The World
Edgar Wright has very soft hands. (Movie review by Sarah Arnold, August 16, 2010.)

Scott Pilgrim vs. The World
The best geek romantic comedy ever produced is now on DVD. (Movie review by Rick Klaw, November 11, 2010.)

Scott Pilgrim vs. The World
Our movie reviewer Gary Mitchel is not in lesbians with this movie. (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, November 18, 2010.)

Scream 4
Spoilers! Our review of Scream 4 is crammed full of spoilers. (But that`s OK if you saw it already. Or is it?) (Movie review by Laura Eldred, April 24, 2011.)

Scrooged
There are lots of Christmas Carol adaptations, but none scream the 1980s as loud as Scrooged. (Movie review by Mark Bousquet, December 24, 2011.)

seaQuest DSV Season 1
Ah, for the wet, Scheidery days of seaQuest DSV. (No relation to Law and Order SVU.) (TV review by Deanna Toxopeus, January 22, 2006.)

Second Coming
Return to the Big Easy and H.P. Lovecraft’s "Call of Cthulhu" in this scenario for the game of the same name. (Game review by Anthony Ragan, April 14, 2006.)

The Second World Sourcebook
Drop a Special Forces team into a world of magic.... Send your wizard to modern day Tokyo.... Combine the genres with this dual genre sourcebook. (Game review by Matthew Pook, November 12, 2005.)

The Secret Circle
Some teens can be real witches. Ha ha, I think I am soooo funny. (TV review by Joe Crowe, September 30, 2011.)

Secret Saturdays
Like Venture Brothers without blurred-out male nudity. (TV review by Joe Crowe, December 11, 2008.)

Secret Window
The only thing that matters is the ending. (Movie review by Jason Myers and Andrew Kozma, March 17, 2004.)

See No Evil
Should you? (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, May 24, 2006.)

Seed of Chucky
Two of Seed of Chucky’s main characters starred in the Lord of the Rings trilogy. Take that, National Treasure! (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, November 16, 2004.)

The Seeker: The Dark Is Rising
"How'd you get here? And why are you wearing those weird clothes? And is that girl with you wearing pants? WITCH!" (Movie review by Navin Vembar, October 12, 2007.)

Sentinels: A Distant Star
A dude in a suit of armor meets an alien chick and a good time is had by all. (Book review by Joe Crowe, February 22, 2007.)

Sentinels: The Shiva Advent
Original heroes and villains team up to fight an alien invasion in convenient book form. (Book review by Joe Crowe, January 29, 2010.)

Sentinels: When Strikes the Warlord
Superhero action with no frills, in convenient book form. (Book review by Joe Crowe, May 08, 2006.)

Serenity
The short-lived, cult favorite Firefly makes a triumphant move to the big screen. (Movie review by Matthew Pook, September 29, 2005.)

Serenity: (Another) Preview Screening
"Take me out to the black/Tell them I ain't comin' back. . . ." Lucky for us, it did. (Movie review by Kristi Price, August 25, 2005.)

Serenity: A Preview Screening
They can't take the smile from me, since I saw Serenity. (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, July 08, 2005.)

Serenity: The Roleplaying Game
Put on your duster and dust off your four-sided dice. It's time to ride. (Game review by Shane Ivey, September 30, 2005.)

Serenity: The Roleplaying Game -- Game Master's Screen
Finally some support for "Serenity: The Roleplaying Game!" The question is, has it been worth the wait? (Game review by Matthew Pook, March 01, 2006.)

Serial Experiments Lain
Ever wondered what the world would be like if Bill Gates were God? (Anime review by Jupiter Strahan, March 17, 2003.)

Set the Seas on Fire
Hey! You got unspeakable horror in my nautical fiction! No, you got nautical fiction in my unspeakable horror! It's two great tastes that taste great together. (Book review by Peggy Hailey, October 30, 2007.)

Shadowrun Fourth Edition
Yet another new edition of an RPG. And this one has elfs ‘n’ orks ‘n’ magic wif its cyber stuff. (Game review by Matthew Pook, January 24, 2007.)

Shadows and Light
Author Anne Bishop sneakily tries to slip some Big Ideas into Candace L. Myers's potato chip book. (Book review by Candace L. Myers, October 04, 2002.)

Shadows Bend
What would happen if H.P. Lovecraft and Robert E. Howard went on a road trip to save the world from Great Cthulhu? (Not enough, apparently.) (Book review by Mark Finn.)

The Shaft
"This is one bad m--" "Shut your mouth!" "I'm just talkin' ëbout The Shaft." (Movie review by Jason Myers, May 28, 2003.)

Shark Tale
We’ve smelt batter. (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, October 04, 2004.)

Sharknado and Sharknado 2: The Second One
Aaaaaaaaaargh! (Movie review by Joe Crowe and @yojoecrowe, December 19, 2014.)

Sharktopus
This review is irrevelant. (TV review by Joe Crowe, September 27, 2010.)

Shatnerquake
"Shatner spun the bat'leth in front of him and stepped forward to meet his combatant." (Book review by Joe Crowe, August 21, 2009.)

Shaun of the Dead
A terrific look at humor, romance, the search for meaning in life, and brain-eating zombies. (Movie review by Andrew Kozma, September 30, 2004.)

Sha`Daa : Tales of the Apocalypse
An anthology of unspeakable bad things who come to our world and love apostrophes. (Book review by Joe Crowe, August 13, 2010.)

She
Shipwreck, deadly magic, surly cannibals, and an immortal queen awaiting absolution: reviewer James Cawthorn finds the Victorian classic remains powerfully macabre. (Book review by James Cawthorn.)

Shooting Star Comics Anthology
An anthology that's not for art-farts. (Comics review by Joe Crowe, June 03, 2004.)

Showcase Presents Dial H For Hero
The oddball, goofy, awesome 1950s DC comic is collected in phonebook form. (Comics review by Jorge de la Cova, May 03, 2010.)

Showcase Presents: Superman Volume 1
"Comics crack" for the DC Universe? (Comics review by Paul Miles, November 30, 2005.)

Shrek
Much more than a spoof, Shrek is a fairy tale about fairy tales. It's also one of the best movies of the summer. (Movie review by Jason Myers.)

Shrek 2
This is for the 17 people out there who haven’t already seen it. (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, June 02, 2004.)

Shrek the Third
Third time not quite so charming. (Movie review by Deanna Toxopeus, May 28, 2007.)

Shutter
The scariest reviews are the ones that are real. (Movie review by Matthew Bey, March 27, 2008.)

The Signal
Do you have the crazy? (Movie review by Matthew Bey, February 26, 2008.)

Signs
Three years after The Sixth Sense, M. Night Shyamalan is no longer a wunderkind. Just a very, very good filmmaker. (Movie review by Kenn McCracken, August 01, 2002.)

Silent Hill
Easily the most horrifying videogame movie since "Super Mario Bros." (Movie review by Andrew Kozma and Laura Eldred, April 27, 2006.)

The Simpsons Movie
How did the pig tracks get on the ceiling? (Movie review by Rick Klaw & Brandy Whitten-Kla, July 29, 2007.)

The Simpsons Movie
Binge responsibly. (Movie review by Navin Vembar, July 30, 2007.)

Sin City
This movie will alter your state of consciousness by sheer force of sensory assault and singularity of vision. So what are you waiting for? Go see it! (Movie review by Kevin Pezzano, April 04, 2005.)

Sirens and Other Daemon Lovers
Love takes some unusual forms, to say the least, in the erotic fantasy collection Sirens and Other Daemon Lovers. (Book review by Candace L. Myer, December 18, 2002.)

The Situation
When the Company turns against you, how can you survive? (This book has no relation to that 80s song in my head right now). (Book review by Peggy Hailey, April 03, 2008.)

The Sixth Sense
Remember when everything M. Night Shyamalan did was awesome? Spoiler warning: Bruce Willis is really a man! (Movie review by Shane Ivey and Kenn McCracken, June 25, 2008.)

Skeleton Key
The director of Hackers puts the classic horror mojo on audiences — almost. (Movie review by Jonathan McCalmont, August 08, 2005.)

Skinwalkers
Werewolf movie follows horror movie playbook. Includes Roswell star shirtless. (Movie review by Deanna Toxopeus, August 14, 2007.)

Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow
You've heard all about the director's years spent making this movie and the way it went 100% blue screen. Now, the good news: It works. (Movie review by Jayme Lynn Blaschke, September 19, 2004.)

Sky High
As superhero movies go, Disney's teen-lite high schooler is a sidekick. (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, August 04, 2005.)

Sky High: DVDetails
Young teens clobber the Fantastic Four. (Movie review by Martin Thomas, December 12, 2005.)

Skyfall
The 50 year old Bond returns in one of his best films. (Movie review by Rick Klaw, November 08, 2012.)

Slayer
It doesn't suck! (Book review by Peggy Hailey, September 17, 2002.)

Sleeping in Flame
If you're not in Europe you've probably never heard of Jonathan Carroll - and that's a damn shame. (Book review by Chris Roberson.)

Sleepy Hollow
This show has an evil horse. (TV review by Joe Crowe, September 20, 2013.)

Slither
It will make you want to NOT scream -- with laughter! HA Ha ha, ha ha, eh. Just go see the film. (Movie review by Andrew Kozma and Laura Eldred, April 06, 2006.)

Slob and The Brave
Splatterpunk returns from the sewers with two lost novels of modern horror: Slob and The Brave. (Book review by Ivan Lerner.)

Smallville
Ingredients: One part Superman. One part MTV. Four parts Roswell, Dawson's Creek, and Buffy the Vampire Slayer, mixed to taste. Serves a three share (if you're lucky). (TV review by Joe Crowe and Kenn McCracken.)

Smallville
Learning to be Superman must have been hard. Poor baby, with all that invulnerability. (TV review by Joe Crowe, September 26, 2002.)

Smallville : Absolute Justice
Nerd overload! Hawkman, Dr. Fate, and the JSA are in live action. (TV review by Joe Crowe, February 06, 2010.)

Smallville: The Final Episode
Nerdus interruptus in the final episode of Krypton`s Creek. (TV review by Joe Crowe, January 02, 2012.)

Smurfs Movie
Smurfin` A. (Movie review by Joe Crowe, January 13, 2012.)

Snakes On A Mother-Filking Plane!
Snakes. Mother-Filkin'. Plane. (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, August 19, 2006.)

Snow White and The Huntsman
Everyone is dour in this movie. Of course, Bella from Twilight, but even Thor. (Movie review by Mark Bousquet, June 07, 2012.)

Sojourn
Reviewer Matt Cowger caps off his reviews of the expnaded editions of R.A. Salvatore's Drizzt adventures with a review of the final volume, "Sojourn." (Book review by Matt Cowger, April 06, 2006.)

Solaris
A film that explores the cosmic mysteriesÖ of George Clooney's ass. (Movie review by Jason Myers, November 25, 2002.)

The Somnambulist
Debauched stage magicians, silent giants, governmental conspiracies, fire, poetry, and a mythic pagan king. Tell me you don't want to read that! (Book review by Peggy Hailey, January 09, 2008.)

Somnolence
A short film with soldiers fighting a sweet looking robot. (TV review by Joe Crowe, January 21, 2011.)

Son of the Mask
You want me to review this movie? Son of a. . . . (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, February 23, 2005.)

Songs From Mars
An entire CD about an alien, with no probing jokes anywhere! (Humor review by Joe Crowe, December 15, 2005.)

Soul Survivors
When the selling point of a movie is "From the producers of I Know What You Did Last Summer and Urban Legend", you know you're in for a winner... (Movie review by Jason Myers.)

A Sound of Thunder
Still more proof that Hollywood can make any good sci-fi bad. (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, September 06, 2005.)

Space Academy: The Complete Series
Jonathan Harris from Lost in Space and a robot named Peepo. Groovy! (TV review by Joe Crowe, March 16, 2007.)

Space Battleship Yamato: The Making of an Anime Legend
Finally, a truly in-depth anime documentary. (Anime review by Raz Greenberg, November 12, 2005.)

Space Pirate Mito Volume 1: Call Me Mom
And you thought YOUR mother was embarassing... (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, January 13, 2003.)

Space Precinct
The Thunderbirds guy did a show with a Knots Landing guy. The result: magic. (TV review by Joe Crowe, December 17, 2010.)

Spaceballs: The Animated Series
There goes the planet. (TV review by Joe Crowe, October 03, 2008.)

Special Unit 2
As Wayne and Garth might say, "Check out the Unit on that channel!" Oops--too late. (TV review by Joe Crowe.)

The Specials
"I'm not saying the Great Strobe is better than other humans. I am, but that's beside the point." (Movie review by Joe Crowe, November 23, 2005.)

Spectacular Spider-Man Cartoon
This Spider-Man cartoon has no dog. (TV review by Joe Crowe, April 25, 2008.)

Speed Racer
Go, Speed Racer, go. No, wait. Stop. Please stop. (Movie review by Navin Vembar, May 12, 2008.)

Speed Racer : The Next Generation
The sons of Speed Racer in a new cartoon, with bad animation and a robot monkey. (TV review by Joe Crowe, May 13, 2008.)

Spider-Man
Heroics, humor, and heart: Spider-Man is that rare, rare film that captures the best of the comics. (Movie review by Kenn McCracken.)

Spider-Man - The Venom Saga
We spell it Spider-Man, not Spiderman. Because it's correct, and because Joe Crowe will spank us with cacti if we don't. (Movie review by Martin Thomas, July 05, 2005.)

Spider-Man 2
Is it strong? Listen, bud: It kicks just about every other comic-book movie's butt. (Movie review by Rick Klaw, June 30, 2004.)

Spider-Man 3
Spidey 3 is the best third movie in a series ever. Yes, even including Cinderella 3. (Movie review by Alan J. Porter, May 03, 2007.)

Spider-Man 3
Does Spider-Man 3 suffer from an incurable case of sequelitis, or will the franchise live to fight another day? (Movie review by Peggy Hailey, May 03, 2007.)

Spider-Man 3
Last one, we promise. (Movie review by Joe Crowe, May 14, 2007.)

Spider-Man : Turn Off The Dark musical
An awesome review of the Spider-Man musical. Note that we said the review is awesome. (Comics review by Tom Bessellieu, April 29, 2011.)

Spider-Man on MTV
MTV better promise Carson Daly will have nothing to with this. (TV review by Joe Crowe, July 31, 2003.)

Spider-Man: Rock Reflections of a Superhero
Never mind that new soundtrack power-ballad! Step back to '75 for a look at the cheesy brilliance of Spidey music past. (Collectibles review by Joe Crowe, June 03, 2002.)

Spider-Man: The '67 Collection
1960s Spider-Man cartoon now on DVD. Warning: It's no Young Samson. (TV review by Joe Crowe, July 03, 2004.)

Spiderwick Chronicles
"You don't see us. Now you do. But only if we want you to." (Movie review by Deanna Toxopeus, February 18, 2008.)

Spinward Marches Cluster Book 1: The Bowman Arm
Ten planets for your pleasure… But is this overview just waiting for the detail that further support promises? (Game review by Matthew Pook, May 20, 2006.)

Spirited Away
It's playing at a theater near you. Well, maybe not so near as you'd like. But go see it anyway. (Movie review by Jason Myers, October 10, 2002.)

Spirited Away: DVDetails
The lowdown on the double-disk release of the award-winning anime. (Anime review by Jason Myers, April 15, 2003.)

Splash
A movie about a mermaid, from back when Tom Hanks wasn't so serious. (Movie review by Joe Crowe, April 29, 2004.)

Spook
If you think discussions about the afterlife are no laughing matter, then Mary Roach's Spook: Science Tackles the Afterlife probably isn't the book for you. (Book review by Peggy Hailey, August 09, 2005.)

SS Doomtrooper
Parker Lewis apparently CAN lose. (TV review by Joe Crowe, April 23, 2006.)

The Standing Stone
What happens when you take the dungeons and the dragons out of D&D? A pretty slick mystery is what happens, if you're playing The Standing Stone. (Game review by Shane Ivey.)

Star Trek
Better than First Contact but not quite Wrath of Khan. (Movie review by Rick Klaw & Brandy Whitten, May 05, 2009.)

Star Trek Into Darkness
Will someone please give Captain Kirk a man hug? (Movie review by Mark Bousquet and @mark_bousquet, May 16, 2013.)

Star Trek Into Darkness
The long awaited installment disappoints with hackneyed ideas and a disastrous third act. (Movie review by Rick Klaw and @rickklaw, May 16, 2013.)

Star Trek Nemesis
Star Trek Nemesis got second place to a Jennifer Lopez movie in its first week. That spells apathy with a capital Whatever. (Movie review by Joe Crowe, December 17, 2002.)

Star Trek Voyager : Final Episode
Soap opera and shoot-em-ups: a fitting end to Voyager. (TV review by Amy H. Sturgis.)

Star Trek: Remastered
Remastered Trek special effects = happy geek. (TV review by Gary Mitchel, September 12, 2007.)

Star Wars : These Are The Toys You Are Looking For
Straight from the trenches: A collector's review of the new Star Wars toys! (Collectibles review by Sythbane, May 21, 2002.)

Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones
It is SO much better than The Phantom Menace... but is it good? (Movie review by Martin Thomas, May 14, 2002.)

Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones - The Soundtrack
Lightsabers and leitmotifs: the Clones soundtrack borrows too much from the past. (Collectibles review by Shane Ivey.)

Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones DVD
Okay, so the movie wasn't all that great. At least the DVD kicks galactic ass. (Movie review by Kevin Pezzano, November 21, 2002.)

The Star Wars Holiday Special
Hug that Wookiee, Han. Hug him! (TV review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, August 22, 2001.)

Star Wars Millennium Falcon 3D Owners Guide
Nifty picture book that reveals the best spaceship ever, layer by layer. (Book review by Joe Crowe, November 15, 2010.)

The Star Wars Party Book
It's not a party without Jango's Jambalaya. (Book review by Joe Crowe, April 16, 2004.)

Star Wars Rebels
The original trilogy returns in cartoon form and the first episode has Wookiees. I rest my case. (TV review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, October 27, 2014.)

Star Wars RPG: Alien Anthology
Apologize to your wallet for me: it's another must-buy for Star Wars gamers. (Game review by Shane Ivey.)

Star Wars RPG: The Dark Side Sourcebook
You don't know... the power! (Game review by Shane Ivey.)

Star Wars Trilogy
And you thought we weren't going to talk about it. . . . (Movie review by Kevin Pezzano, October 05, 2004.)

Star Wars, Empire Strikes Back, Return of the Jedi: 4-Word Reviews
The challenge: Review the first three Star Wars movies. In four words. (Movie review by Various RevSF artists, December 18, 2015.)

Star Wars: Attack of the Clones--The Visual Dictionary
Episode II is almost here, and the Visual Dictionary kicks off the merchandising blitz with style. (Book review by Shane Ivey.)

Star Wars: Clone Wars
After almost twenty years, Lucas gives us another Star Wars cartoon. Can even Genndy Tartakovsky wash the taste of "Ewoks" and "Droids" from our mouths? (TV review by Kevin Pezzano, November 21, 2003.)

Star Wars: Clone Wars (Parts 11-20)
Mace Windu! And the rest of Clone Wars, too. (TV review by Joe Crowe, April 09, 2004.)

Star Wars: Episode IIóAttack of the Clones (the Novelization)
Episode II: a new hope? With this novelization, Clones is looking better and better... (Book review by Kevin Pezzano.)

Star Wars: Episode III -- Revenge of the Sith
This is the Star Wars movie we were looking for. (Movie review by Jeff Quick, May 17, 2005.)

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
This is how Star Wars ought to be! (Game review by Shane Ivey, July 22, 2003.)

Star Wars: The Clone Wars
It takes a computer to make a movie this bad. Includes link to funny song about George Lucas raping our childhood. (Movie review by Matthew Bey, August 23, 2008.)

Star Woids
Six weeks in line for Episode I. Six. Weeks. For Episode I. Dennis Pryzwara's engaging Star Woids explains the inexplicable. (Movie review by Kenn McCracken.)

Stardust
Romantic magic and cliche avoidance, based on the Neil Gaiman graphic novel. (Movie review by Navin Vembar, July 27, 2007.)

Stardust
It's hard to catch a falling star and put it in your pocket when the star turns out to be, you know, a woman... ( review by Jayme Lynn Blaschke, January 07, 2008.)

Stargate Atlantis
Like Stargate SG-1, but without MacGyver or that dude with the alien in his stomach. (TV review by Joe Crowe, August 11, 2004.)

Stargate SG -1 : Children of the Gods Final Cut
A new edition of the first episode of SG-1. Still includes MacGyver. (TV review by Joe Crowe, August 21, 2009.)

Stargate SG-1
It's been 6 years since this reviewer first said, "At least MacGyver's working." (TV review by Joe Crowe, November 27, 2002.)

The Stars, My Destination
"Vorga, I kill you filthy!" Alfred Bester's harsh, rollicking classic is still a revenge fantasy we can all plug into. (Book review by Ivan Lerner.)

Stay
Between reality and illusion... between life and death... between weird and strange.... (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, November 01, 2005.)

Stay Alive
Much like a sweat-drenched, loin-cloth clad John Travolta, this video-game movie is creepy, empty-headed, and doesn’t quite satisfy. (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, March 29, 2006.)

Steamboy
Full of hot air. (Anime review by Jonathan McCalmont, September 29, 2005.)

The Stepford Wives
The movie that makes fun of Connecticut. Connecticut is the new Canada. (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, June 14, 2004.)

Steps Through the Mist
His new book shows Zoran Zivkovic as one of the great unheralded masters of contemporary fantasy. (Book review by Rick Klaw, April 18, 2003.)

Storm from the Shadows (Honor Harrington)
Honor Harrington books returns with a fast, fun spinoff. (Book review by Jay Willson, February 28, 2009.)

The Strain (TV series)
Vampires with a mouth tentacle are the best ones. (TV review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, November 18, 2014.)

Strange Dawn: Strange World
It's like the Ewoks meet The Seven Samurai... and don't suck! (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano.)

Strange Trades
A masterwork—in more ways than one—from science fiction's rock 'n' roll magician. (Book review by Jeff Topham, May 09, 2002.)

Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li
Finally a movie based on a video game that will take its place among the great works of Western art. Just kidding. It sucked. (Movie review by Matthew Bey, March 17, 2009.)

Sucker Punch
As much or as little depth as you are willing to invest. (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, April 04, 2011.)

Suicide Squad
A definite casualty of corporate desperation. (Movie review by Alan J. Porter and @alanjporter, August 06, 2016.)

Summer Reading: Fiend, False Sight, Glitter and Mayhem
Meth fiend vs. zombies leads off another batch of books for your summer enjoyment. (Book review by RevolutionSF, August 07, 2013.)

Summer Reading: Joe R. Lansdale, Kraken Moor, Odd Men Out, Monster Earth
Read geekily interesting books this summer. Your brain will thank you! (Book review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, June 25, 2013.)

Summer Reading: Omniverse Series, Relic Worlds, Steampunk History
We found books of geeky interest. Read them now. You`re welcome. (Book review by Joe Crowe, June 17, 2013.)

Sunshine
Reigniting the sun is not lots of fun. (No rhyming appears in actual movie.) (Movie review by Rick Klaw, July 25, 2007.)

Super 8
An epic and grand adventure movie in the tradition of Goonies, Monster Squad, and E.T. (Movie review by Brian Lindenmuth, June 10, 2011.)

Super Dimension Fortress Macross Volume 1
The digitally remastered reissue of the classic anime! …Again (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, March 04, 2006.)

Super Dingo
Live-action web series about a bionic dingo who protects Australia from hippies. (TV review by Joe Crowe, September 21, 2012.)

Super GALS Rule 1: GALS Gotta Have Heart
It's "Sailor Moon" meets "Clueless"... and you just might learn something after watching it. (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, April 11, 2004.)

Super-Cannes
J.G. Ballard's new novel is surprisingly approachable and catastrophically cozy. (Book review by Chris Nakashima-Brown.)

Superfolks
A novel in 1977 deconstructed the superhero before anything else did. Now it is in print again. (Book review by Joe Crowe, February 04, 2010.)

Supergods by Grant Morrison
Staring into the abyss of comic book history with writer Grant Morrison. (Book review by John Shields, October 24, 2011.)

Superhero Book
Everything you ever wanted to know about superheroes. Yes, even Metamorpho. (Book review by Joe Crowe, March 17, 2006.)

Superhero Movie
Drop that F-bomb, Mrs. C! (Movie review by Jorge de la Cova, March 31, 2008.)

Superhero Squad Show
"Does Ms. Marvel know about this?" (TV review by Joe Crowe, December 07, 2009.)

Superline: Tomorrow's Headlines #1
Foiling the villian, rushing into danger, and saving the day. . . . All in a day's work in this quartet of superhero adventures. (Game review by Matthew Pook, November 05, 2005.)

Superman on the Couch: What Superheroes Really Tell Us About Ourselves and Our Society
An insightful look at the meaning heroes and superheroes hold for us. (Book review by Mark Finn, November 12, 2004.)

Superman Returns
It's better than the one with Richard Pryor! And the one with Ducky from "Pretty in Pink," too! (Movie review by Joe Crowe, June 28, 2006.)

Superman: Doomsday
Superman kicks the bucket. Plus: Robots and clones. (TV review by Joe Crowe, September 21, 2007.)

Supernatural
Hot teen monster hunters are hot blooded! Check it and see! (TV review by Joe Crowe, September 26, 2005.)

Surface
What part of don't go in the water did they not get? (TV review by Joe Crowe, October 12, 2005.)

The Surrogates: Flesh and Bone
The prequel to the futuristic hit deepens and broadens the world first visited in The Surrogates while amazingly offering a social novel in the vein of The Bonfire of the Vanities. (Comics review by Derek A. Johnson, July 20, 2009.)

Swamp Shark
Kristy Swanson vs. a shark. In a word: Awesome. (Movie review by Tammie Snowden, September 26, 2011.)

Sweeney Todd on DVD
"It's a light-hearted comedy to me." (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, April 03, 2008.)

Sweeney Todd: Demon Barber of Fleet Street
Helena Bonham Carter's heavily accented birdlike chirping. And other stuff. (Movie review by Laura G. Eldred, December 28, 2007.)

Sword Woman And Other Historical Adventures
Robert E. Howard short stories = awesome. (Book review by Alan J. Porter, January 24, 2011.)

Sym-Bionic Titan
The Samurai Jack people crank out some giant robot action. (TV review by Joe Crowe, September 22, 2010.)

The Tale of Despereaux
In a world without soup, one mouse has the courage to make things right. (Movie review by Matthew Bey, December 21, 2008.)

Tales From the Crypt Presents: Ritual
Jennifer Grey in Dirty Dancing, Part VooDoo: Jamaican Nights (Movie review by Todd Shearer, May 11, 2006.)

Tamara
RevSF's usual critics would not dare face the wrath of Tamara. But reviewer Todd Shearer fears nothing... except a colon exam. (Movie review by Todd Shearer, March 03, 2006.)

Tarzan
Let the anti-cancellation petitions begin -- not! (TV review by Joe Crowe, December 06, 2003.)

Tatters of the King
Eldritch malign deity/ force of nature WLTM PCs to undertake sanity blasting quest to save/ destroy humanity for adventure and fun. Likes: the colour yellow, masked balls, foreign travel, astronomy, avant-garde artworks, dreaming, royalty. (Game review by Dave Lai, November 01, 2006.)

Team America: World Police
The creators of South Park want you to know that freedom has a price. And that price is a buck-oh-five. (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, October 19, 2004.)

Teen Titans
Less angst, less cleavage, more videogames and humor -- the Cartoon Network takes on the 80s comics icons. (TV review by Joe Crowe, July 29, 2003.)

The Ten-Cent Plague: The Great Comic-Book Scare and How It Changed America
Books about comic books are the disease. Paul Miles' review of David Hajdu's The Ten-Cent Plague is the cure. (Book review by Paul Miles, March 18, 2008.)

Tenchi Universe: A Supplement to the Tenchi Muyo! RPG
With Tenchi Universe, game designer Guardians of Order manages to improve a near-perfect animation of the anime hit. (Game review by Kevin Pezzano.)

Terminator 2: The Sarah Connor Chronicles
Terminator, Sarah Connor Chronicles (TV review by Joe Crowe, January 21, 2008.)

Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines
For a movie that never should have been made, it's not too bad. (Movie review by Shane Ivey, July 13, 2003.)

Terminator Salvation
Proof once again that only James Cameron should create Terminator films. (Movie review by Rick Klaw, May 20, 2009.)

Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles
Put those back in the holster. The Terminator TV show is pretty good. (TV review by Joe Crowe, February 28, 2008.)

Terra Nova
The teen douchebag must be eaten by a dinosaur as soon as possible. (TV review by Joe Crowe, October 06, 2011.)

Terry Moore's Echo
A year after the end of the 14-year Strangers in Paradise saga, Terry Moore goes sci-fi in his newest comic, Echo. (Comics review by Peggy Hailey, April 11, 2008.)

The Thackery T. Lambshead Pocket Guide To Eccentric and Discredited Diseases
If you’re the kind of person who feels feverish every time you read The Stand, have we got the book for you! (Book review by Peggy Hailey, October 28, 2003.)

They
They're coming to take you away, ha ha, ho ho, hee hee. (Movie review by Jason Myers, December 02, 2002.)

They DVDetails
Oh, how I wished They were a sequel to Them, but They wasn't. (Movie review by Jason Myers, June 12, 2003.)

The Thicket
When Jack needs someone to track down outlaws who stole his sister in turn-of-the-century East Texas, who better than a grave digger whose best friends are a feral hog and a bitter dwarf? (Book review by Peggy Hailey, September 30, 2013.)

The Thing
Ageless as all the classics of sci-fi, John Carpenter's The Thing is a horrific masterpiece. (Movie review by Jason Myers.)

The Thing (2011)
With cheap gross-outs and doomed attempts at shock, the vapid vision delivers a disappointing waste of time. (Movie review by Rick Klaw, October 13, 2011.)

This Book Is Full of Spiders (Seriously Dude Don't Touch It)
The sequel to John Dies At The End! (Book review by Matt Cowger, September 12, 2012.)

This Is The End
You can`t have the Milky Way. (Movie review by Mark Bousquet and @mark_bousquet, June 17, 2013.)

Thor
"We drank, we fought; he made his ancestors proud." (Movie review by Alan J. Porter, May 09, 2011.)

Thor Movie vs. Captain America Movie
The Cap movie is good, but Thor is better. So sayeth this guy. (Movie review by Ryan Guthrie, July 26, 2011.)

Thor: Tales of Asgard
Thor in cartoon form, for coming down off your movie high. (TV review by Alan J. Porter, May 12, 2011.)

Thor: The Dark World
Archenemies team up against a common foe, and one of them is Loki. (Movie review by Ian Watson, November 07, 2013.)

Those Who Walk in Darkness
Non-powered cops and super-heroes find themselves on opposite sides in John Ridley's latest. Does it stand up to comics like Powers and Gotham City? (Book review by Paul O. Miles, July 10, 2003.)

Threshold
Ethereal and monstrous, poetic and horrific, Caitlin Kiernan's Threshold is a powerful work of nightmare. (Book review by Kenn McCracken.)

Threshold
Paintless Data and the Nice Naked Lady from Sin City vs. Aliens! (TV review by Joe Crowe, September 17, 2005.)

Through A Glass Darkly: The Mirror Universe
With five attempts at the Star Trek RPG come and gone, and no official game on our shelves, we take a look at the last hurrah for Decipher’s version. (Game review by James L. Cambias, March 13, 2006.)

Thud!
Dwarves hate trolls. Trolls hate dwarves. And now this long-simmering feud threatens to erupt into all-out war, and it somehow falls to Sam Vimes to get it all sorted out. Jonathan McClamont reviews Thud! by Terry Pratchett. (Book review by Jonathan McCalmont, December 01, 2005.)

Thunderbolts
A series about villains who step into heroes' roles, Thunderbolts started great. (Comics review by Joe Crowe.)

Thundercats (2011)
Thundercats revamped. Snarf does not talk. Everyone wins! (TV review by Cam Crowder, August 15, 2011.)

The Tick
With FOX's record it may well be gone in a heartbeat, but what a pulse-pounding, justice-making heartbeat it will be! (TV review by Joe Crowe.)

The Time Machine
Why the remake is mediocre, and why Hollywood time-travel logic is lame. (Movie review by Jason Myers.)

Timeline
Run away! Run away! (Movie review by Tim Patterson, December 09, 2003.)

Tin Man
Poppies! Poppies! Poppies! (TV review by Joe Crowe, December 03, 2007.)

Tiny Spaceship
One little-bitty spaceship, and two guys with nowhere to go. Hijinks ensue. (TV review by Joe Crowe, July 07, 2007.)

TMNT
Sounds so much hipper than Thirty-something Mutant Ninja Turtles. (Movie review by Deanna Toxopeus, April 03, 2007.)

Tolkien On Film
You only THINK you know about the Lord of the Rings movies. (Book review by Joe Crowe, November 21, 2005.)

Tomb Raider
It's better than Barb Wire and Batman and Robin put together! (Movie review by Jason Myers.)

Tomorrow People
Sexy people with sexy powers! (TV review by Joe Crowe, October 29, 2013.)

Tomorrowland
Spoiler alert! Tomorrowland by any other name is Yesterdayworld. (Movie review by Jayme Lynn Blaschke and @JaymeBlaschke, May 28, 2015.)

Tooth and Nail
A novel with soldiers vs. bad things. In a word: Grim. (Book review by Matt Grumpy, March 05, 2012.)

Top Shelf Roundup: Liar`s Kiss, Chester 5000, Lucille, Any Empire
A few from the Top Shelf comics catalog. Spoiler alert: They are all awesome. (Comics review by Sarah Arnold, August 16, 2011.)

Torchwood : Children of Earth
Part alien abduction, part political intrigue, and all heart. (TV review by Jorge de la Cova, July 19, 2009.)

Torchwood Season 1
A Doctor Who spinoff, with more naughty words and sexy time. (TV review by Alan Riquelmy, January 16, 2007.)

Torchwood: Miracle Day Episode 1
Nobody dies, and Captain Jack and Gwen must find out why. (Movie review by Jorge de la Cova, July 11, 2011.)

Tower Prep
A sci-fi mystery show with teens stuck at a school. (TV review by Joe Crowe, November 12, 2010.)

The Toy Collector
Mark Finn reviews James Gunn's unflinching, but uneven, look at a Geek National gone bad. (Book review by Mark Finn.)

Toy Story 3
"Come on. Let`s see how much we`re going for on eBay." (Movie review by Alan J. Porter, June 17, 2010.)

Trailer Probe : Men in Black 3
New hotness! (Movie review by Joe Crowe, January 02, 2012.)

Trailer Probe : Intelligence
Sawyer from Lost is Chuck from Chuck. (TV review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, May 16, 2013.)

Trailer Probe : World War Z
Only the Chanel No.5 guy can save us from the dead. (Movie review by Joe Crowe, November 19, 2012.)

Trailer Probe: Awake
Lucius Malfoy is a cop who dreams another reality. Or does he? (TV review by Joe Crowe, May 25, 2011.)

Trailer Probe: The Originals
Vampire Diaries spinoff contains more vampires, no diaries. (TV review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, May 17, 2013.)

Trailer Probe: Almost Human
One`s a robot. One`s a human. They`re cops! (TV review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, May 17, 2013.)

Trailer Probe: Alphas
Our preview of a superhero-ish show coming to Syfy. (TV review by Joe Crowe, May 31, 2011.)

Trailer Probe: Amazing Spider-Man
This movie does whatever a sequel can. (Movie review by Joe Crowe, February 08, 2012.)

Trailer Probe: Avengers Age of Ultron
SHUT UP EVERYBODY THE AVENGERS TRAILER IS ON. (Movie review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, March 04, 2015.)

Trailer Probe: Batman v Superman Dawn of Justice
I cannot wait for the inevitable bro-hug. Its going to happen, people. (Movie review by Joe Crowe and @yojoecrowe, April 24, 2015.)

Trailer Probe: Battleship
Sci-fi action. ON A BOAT. (Movie review by Joe Crowe, February 08, 2012.)

Trailer Probe: Captain America
"Taller." (Movie review by Joe Crowe, February 08, 2011.)

Trailer Probe: Conan the Barbarian
Crom swings the big sword in this movie trailer. (Movie review by Joe Crowe, April 01, 2011.)

Trailer Probe: Cowboys and Aliens
James Bond went back in time. I do not know how else to explain it. (Movie review by Joe Crowe, February 07, 2011.)

Trailer Probe: Dark Knight Rises
Obey Commissioner Gordon. (Movie review by Joe Crowe, July 21, 2011.)

Trailer Probe: Dark Knight Rises
Batman is back and Bane says something, I guess. (Movie review by Joe Crowe, December 30, 2011.)

Trailer Probe: Dracula
Drac pack, let`s whack! (80s cartoon reference. Google it.) (TV review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, May 16, 2013.)

Trailer Probe: Evil Dead Remake
No Ash, but OK, fine. here it is anyway. (Movie review by Joe Crowe, October 25, 2012.)

Trailer Probe: Falling Skies
Aliens give Earth a stomp-down, and the cute doctor from ER fights back. (TV review by Joe Crowe, March 31, 2011.)

Trailer Probe: Fantastic Four (2015)
Aw, I can`t be mad at you, Ben Grimm. (Movie review by Joe Crowe and @yojoecrowe, April 24, 2015.)

Trailer Probe: GI Joe: Retaliation
The Rock and Bruce Willis make any sequel better. (Movie review by Joe Crowe, December 31, 2011.)

Trailer Probe: Grimm
"The bobcat was not wearing boots." (TV review by Joe Crowe, June 09, 2011.)

Trailer Probe: Guardians of the Galaxy
Rocket Raccoon and Groot in a movie. We have no words. (Movie review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf , February 19, 2014.)

Trailer Probe: Hunger Games
Bow up, archery fans! This movie will make you quiver! (Movie review by Joe Crowe, November 14, 2011.)

Trailer Probe: Iron Sky
Nazis from the dark side of the moon. They come in peace. We MUST SEE THIS MOVIE. (Movie review by Joe Crowe, April 20, 2012.)

Trailer Probe: Jack the Giant Killer
I smell Oscar! Or is that the beans? (Movie review by Joe Crowe, January 02, 2012.)

Trailer Probe: John Carter
John Carter and the beautiful Dejah Thoris are in this trailer. Dare we view it? (Movie review by Joe Crowe, August 25, 2011.)

Trailer Probe: Knights of Badassdom
Jason Stackhouse, Summer Glau, and DINKLAGE. (Movie review by Deanna Toxopeus, July 30, 2011.)

Trailer Probe: Looper
This time travel movie has hitmen in it. Or, this hitmen movie has time travel in it. (Movie review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, April 18, 2012.)

Trailer Probe: Man of Steel
Shut up, it`s Superman. (Movie review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, December 14, 2012.)

Trailer Probe: Marvel's Agents of SHIELD
The Marvel movie universe is on TV, and we need to lie down for a minute. (TV review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, May 14, 2013.)

Trailer Probe: Nightbeasts
Workin` on some Nightbeasts. (Bob Seger reference = +10 points.) (Movie review by Joe Crowe, March 26, 2011.)

Trailer Probe: Once Upon A Time in Wonderland
Once Upon A Time gets a spinoff AND a talking rabbit. (TV review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, May 16, 2013.)

Trailer Probe: Oz the Great and Powerful
I will talk about the brutal prison show Oz every time I talk about Wizard of Oz, so help me. (Movie review by Joe Crowe, November 19, 2012.)

Trailer Probe: Pacific Rim
OH LORD GIANT ROBOTS. (Movie review by RevolutionSF and @revolutionsf, December 14, 2012.)

Trailer Probe: Person of Interest
Preview: Ben from Lost and his computer team up with Jesus in this CBS show. (TV review by Joe Crowe, June 02, 2011.)

Trailer Probe: Prometheus
It has something to do with Alien, and it has no Predators, so sign us up. (Movie review by Joe Crowe (@revolutionsf), January 02, 2012.)

Trailer Probe: Resurrection
A kid comes back from the dead, and tear-jerking hijinks ensue. (TV review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, May 15, 2013.)

Trailer Probe: Secret Circle
They should call it Common Knowledge Circle. (Movie review by Joe Crowe, June 09, 2011.)

Trailer Probe: Silent City, 95ers, EMIT, Taste of Copper
Reviews of a plethora of sci-fi trailers and sweet short films. (TV review by Joe Crowe, March 09, 2012.)

Trailer Probe: Snow White and The Huntsman
Bella and Thor vs. Charlize Theron! (Movie review by Joe Crowe, November 14, 2011.)

Trailer Probe: Star Wars: The Force Awakens
Here are your correct opinions about the Star Wars The Force Awakens trailer. (Movie review by Various artists, November 29, 2014.)

Trailer Probe: Star Wars: The Force Awakens Trailer 2
WOOOOOO HOOOOOOOOO. (Movie review by Joe Crowe and @yojoecrowe, April 22, 2015.)

Trailer Probe: Super 8
The kids in this movie are not morose. How is that possible? (Movie review by Joe Crowe, February 07, 2011.)

Trailer Probe: Terra Nova
On this new TV show, a family from the future gets nasty in the pasty. (TV review by Joe Crowe, February 08, 2011.)

Trailer Probe: The Avengers
Wheeeeeeee! (Movie review by RevolutionSF, October 12, 2011.)

Trailer Probe: The Avengers
I am happy I got through this trailer without weeping with joy. (Movie review by Joe Crowe, February 06, 2012.)

Trailer Probe: The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
WHOOOOO HOOOOO. (Movie review by Joe Crowe, January 02, 2012.)

Trailer Probe: The Muppets
Our review of the trailer with Amy Adams and the How I Met Your Mother guy. (Movie review by Deanna Toxopeus, May 27, 2011.)

Trailer Probe: The Smurfs
OH SMURF. (Movie review by Joe Crowe, April 01, 2011.)

Trailer Probe: The Thing
The prequel to the John Carpenter and Kurt Russell movie. Not Ben Grimm. Bummer. (Movie review by Joe Crowe, July 21, 2011.)

Trailer Probe: Third Base, Stasis
Check out these trailers for potential sci-fi web series. (TV review by Joe Crowe, December 05, 2011.)

Trailer Probe: Thor
OH MY ODIN. (Movie review by Joe Crowe, February 08, 2011.)

Trailer Probe: Thundercats
New Thundercats makes nerds tingle. (TV review by Joe Crowe, April 07, 2011.)

Trailer Probe: Wrath of the Titans
You are just gonna get more wrath. (Movie review by Joe Crowe, December 31, 2011.)

Trailer Probe: X-Men Days of Future Past
WHOO WHOO I saw Kitty Pryde! (Movie review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, October 29, 2013.)

Transcendent
Are you a plot person or an idea person? Find out in Stephen Baxter's "Transcendent," reviewed by Jonathan McCalmont. (Book review by Jonathan McCalmont, February 09, 2006.)

Transformers Armada
Less than meets the eye. (TV review by Joe Crowe, October 10, 2002.)

Transformers: Dark of the Moon
Sam Witwicky is a dreadful lead character in the middle of a perfectly fine CGI orgy. (Movie review by Mark Bousquet, January 24, 2012.)

Transformers: New Joe's Quick and Dirty DVD Review
The Robots in Disguise were pure 80s cheesy goodness (if you like that sort of thing); too bad the DVDs don't measure up. (Movie review by Joe Hourcle.)

Transformers: The Movie
A cartoon fetish of our youth is on the big screen, and it has 100 percent more giant robots fighting than any other movie. (Movie review by Rachel K. Ivey, July 04, 2007.)

Trapped
Reviewer Candace Myers uses her mighty mesmeric powers to convince you to read this book. (Book review by Candace L. Myers, October 09, 2002.)

Treasure Planet
Yo ho, yo ho, a space pirate's life for me! (Movie review by Jason Myers, November 26, 2002.)

Treasure Planet: DVDetails
On occasion there may be someone you have to execute, But when you're a professional pirate . . . you don't have to wear a suit. (Movie review by Jason Myers, April 23, 2003.)

Trekkies 2
Must . . . resist . . . Electric Boogaloo . . . reference. . . . (Movie review by Joe Crowe, October 08, 2004.)

Trekkies 2: Official Soundtrack
Filkin' A! (Collectibles review by Joe Crowe, October 09, 2004.)

Tremors: The Series
What would we do, baby, without Tremors? Sha la la la. (TV review by Joe Crowe, March 29, 2003.)

Trick R Treat
A great anthology horror flick with a big spoiler right on the DVD box. Nice. (Movie review by S. Matthew Doner - Pond, May 19, 2010.)

Trigun
Go west, young otaku! (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, April 13, 2003.)

Troll Hunter ( Trolljegeren)
An amazingly original film, with trolls. (Movie review by Tony Wilson , June 26, 2011.)

Tron
Sure it might look dated now--but the film that showed us how cyberspace should look still holds up. (Movie review by Kevin Pezzano.)

Tron Legacy
Change the scene! Destroy the mood! Electrify the boys and girls if you have to. (Movie review by Alan J. Porter, December 17, 2010.)

Troublemakers
Harlan Ellison for... kids? (Book review by Velvet Delorey.)

Tru Calling
Run, Eliza, run! (TV review by Joe Crowe, March 31, 2004.)

True Blood
The first episode had vampires and nudity. Is that enough? Well, sure it is. But here are some reviews anyway. (TV review by Gary Patrick, Jeff Ward, September 09, 2008.)

True Blood
Naughty vampire show! Naughty vampire show! (TV review by Deanna Toxopeus, September 11, 2008.)

True Legend
Fight choreographer Yuen Woo-Ping provides martial artistry in this action flick. (Movie review by Sarah Arnold, May 12, 2011.)

Truth and Justice
"Truth and Justice" -- Flavor-heavy rules-light supers game puts some POW! back in your powers. (Game review by Bob Portnell, January 21, 2006.)

Tuck Everlasting
A movie that puts the good back into the phrase good old-fashioned family entertainment (Movie review by Jason Myers, October 08, 2002.)

Tucker and Dale Vs. Evil
See this bromantic comedy horror flick right now. (Movie review by Tegan Hendrickson, June 29, 2012.)

Tuned to a Dead Channel
Our brand-spankin'-new TV column looks at the season 4 premiere of Smallville. (TV review by Shane Ivey, October 02, 2004.)

Tuned to a Dead Channel
Star Trek: Enterprise's 4th season starts, and Kirk takes on Odo! (TV review by Joe Crowe, October 19, 2004.)

Tuned to a Dead Channel
Delenn has a job! (TV review by Joe Crowe, November 22, 2004.)

Tuned to a Dead Channel
To be (sci-fi) or not to be (sci-fi)? (TV review by Shane Ivey, January 26, 2005.)

Tuned to a Dead Channel
Lost's Boone: Why we care. (TV review by Shane Ivey, April 15, 2005.)

Tuned to a Dead Channel
Lost is back! And we still don't know what the hell is going on! Yay ignorance! (TV review by Shane Ivey, September 22, 2005.)

Tuned to a Dead Channel
Tired of reruns? Sing along! (TV review by Shane Ivey, December 23, 2005.)

Turistas
Evidently it's not just the French who hate us. (Movie review by Laura Eldred, December 12, 2006.)

TV Probe: Star-Crossed, Tomorrow People, Wil Wheaton Project
Farewell to quickly canceled shows. Surely someone liked you. (TV review by Joe Crowe and @yojoecrowe, October 09, 2014.)

Twelve Monkeys
Could use more Brad Pitt. (TV review by Joe Crowe and @yojoecrowe, March 24, 2015.)

Twenty Years After
Veterans of Buffy, The Wire, and Carnivale keep hope alive against post apocalypse crazy rednecks. (Movie review by Joe Crowe, April 30, 2010.)

Twilight
When you can live forever what do you put in your hair? (Movie review by Matthew Bey, November 23, 2008.)

Twin Peaks : Definitive Gold Box Edition
The complete series in one box, for all the Peak Freaks. (TV review by Alan J. Porter, November 27, 2007.)

Two Cent Review: Incredible Hulk: Return of the Monster
This isn't your father's Hulk. Unless your father was a fan of The Fugitive. (Comics review by Evan Cantrell, August 20, 2002.)

Two Cent Review: September 2002 Previews
Metabarons, The Legend of Supreme, Flash. (Comics review by Evan Cantrell, September 09, 2002.)

Two Cent Reviews : The Path, Hammer of the Gods
Asgardians and fighting. (Comics review by Evan Cantrell, October 24, 2002.)

Two Cent Reviews: Daredevil, The Authority, JSA
Daredevil, BPRD, and JSA. (Comics review by Evan Cantrell, October 10, 2002.)

The Two Towers Soundtrack
If reviews and sales are any indication, The Two Towers lives up to The Fellowship of the Ring in every way. But what about the soundtrack? (Collectibles review by Katherine Ross, December 27, 2002.)

Two-Cent Review: Catwoman: Dark End Of The Street
Catwoman: not just for oversexed fanboys anymore ( finally!). (Comics review by Evan Cantrell, September 24, 2002.)

Two-Cent Review: Ruse
Mark Waid in top form. Stunning art. Pick up Ruse. (Comics review by Evan Cantrell, August 01, 2002.)

U.S. Navy Plan Orange
What if hostilities broke out in the Pacific in the 1920s? Explore this possibility set forth by the United States Navy itself. (Game review by Matthew Pook, February 11, 2006.)

U.S. Patent Number 1
Light, fast, and fun: that's what Cheapass Games is all about. (Game review by Jeff Quick.)

Uber Goober: A Film About Gamers
A fun new film examines gamers from every angle. In the, um, metaphorical sense. (Movie review by Fred Askew, August 14, 2004.)

Ulli Lommel`s The Black Dahlia
Un-bloody-watchable. (Movie review by Mark Finn, October 26, 2006.)

Ultimate Avengers
This cartoon captures the power and the glory of the Avengers. Sort of. (Movie review by Van Plexico, February 24, 2006.)

The Ultimate Cyberpunk
The future is now! Cyberpunk returns to the SF landscape in a brand new anthology. (Book review by Peggy Hailey, September 29, 2002.)

The Ultimate Shaggy Dog Movie Timeline: The Liberation of Wilby Daniels
Because you, the reader, (never) demanded it: The ultimate "Shaggy Dog" movie timeline! (Movie review by Martin Thomas, April 05, 2006.)

Ultimate Spider-Man Cartoon
Spidey cartoon is OK, despite de-aged heroes and bad tries at comedy. (TV review by David Medinnus, April 08, 2012.)

Ultraviolet
A middling movie about Milla’s mesmerizing mid-section. (Movie review by Laura Eldred, March 06, 2006.)

Un Lun Dun
If you ever wondered about the secret life of trash bins or wanted a sentient milk carton of your very own, then Un Lun Dun is the book for you. (Book review by Peggy Hailey, March 28, 2007.)

Unbreakable
"No shooting friends, Joseph!" (Movie review by Kenn McCracken, June 25, 2008.)

Uncle Ovid's Exercise Book: A Review
Wondering what all the clamor is about? Lawrence Person reviews Uncle Ovid's Exercise Book. (Book review by Lawrence Person.)

Under Heaven
Guy Gavriel Kay`s fantasy adventure about assassins and angry ghosts. (Book review by Peggy Hailey, April 27, 2010.)

Under the Dome
Take one little town, and cover it with an impenetrable bubble of ... something. (Book review by Van Allen Plexico and @vanallenplexico, December 16, 2009.)

Under the Dome
Come on in. The Dome is fine. (Book review by Lloyd Allen Woodall, December 28, 2009.)

Under the Dome (TV series)
The dome deserves an Emmy. (TV review by Joe Crowe and @yojoecrowe, October 07, 2014.)

Underdog
Like shooting live-action cartoon adaptations in a barrel. (Movie review by Deanna Toxopeus, August 08, 2007.)

Underoos: A Brief History of Superhero Underwear
THIS IS REALLY HAPPENING, YOU GUYS. (Humor review by Joe Crowe and @RevolutionSF, August 11, 2015.)

Underworld
Boy meets girl, boy loses girl, boy turns into werewolf, girlís fellow vampires try to kill them both. Itís an old story. (Movie review by Kevin Pezzano, September 20, 2003.)

Underworld : Rise of the Lycans
Vampires and werewolves kick each others’ asses in nicely choreographed fights, and do some smooching and sexing. (Movie review by Laura Eldred, January 30, 2009.)

Underworld Evolution
Can even naked Kate Beckinsale keep this movie from sucking? (Movie review by Kevin Pezzano, January 23, 2006.)

Underworld: Awakenening
This does not do for 3D what it does for cat suits. (Movie review by Mark Bousquet, March 07, 2012.)

The Unearthing
About an alien ship, and the humans who freak out about it. (Book review by Joe Crowe, May 25, 2011.)

The Unnatural
The Unnaturalóthe This is Spinal Tap of funerals. (Book review by Lawrence Persons, August 22, 2002.)

Using the Force: Creativity, Community, and Star Wars Fans
Will Brooker loves his subject, and that's a good thing: you might just find yourself in his book... (Book review by Peggy Hailey, May 21, 2002.)

The Usurpers
Lost for RPG secrets and adventure ideas? Can Gary Sumpter help with this scenario that is almost, but not quite for "Call of Cthulhu"? (Game review by Anthony Ragan, March 28, 2006.)

V (2010)
No Marc Singer, no peace. (TV review by Joe Crowe, April 08, 2010.)

V (2010) : What Is The Deal?
A slightly closer look at the new V series. (TV review by RevolutionSF, February 03, 2011.)

V for Vendetta
The Wachowski brothers get back to what they do best: Terrific action with a heavy political subtext. (Movie review by Paul Benjamin, February 09, 2006.)

Valentine
The Greek gods are on Earth to help people fall in love. No, seriously. That's the whole show. (TV review by Joe Crowe, October 09, 2008.)

Valiant
On a mostly unrelated note, pigeons should not eat chili. No, they should not. (Movie review by Alan J. Porter, January 04, 2006.)

Vampire Diaries
"Thank God! I could not take another minute of the 90s!" (TV review by Joe Crowe, September 29, 2009.)

Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust
With some of the most beautiful visuals around and truly seamless CGI, Bloodlust brings action and art to entirely new levels. (Anime review by Jason Myers.)

Vampire Sextette
Kit O'Connell reviews this collection of six vampire novellas and tells you whether it's got bite or just bites. (Book review by Kit O'Connell, September 16, 2003.)

Vampire: The Requiem
Time to put away your clove cigarettes and black eyeliner, it’s an all-new, all-different Vampire RPG. Sorta. (Game review by Kevin Pezzano, August 30, 2004.)

Vampirella
You'd think a movie with a sexy vampire couldn't miss. You'd be wrong, my friends. (Movie review by Joe Crowe, August 08, 2003.)

Van Helsing
Not as smart as Buffy, but twice as pretty. (Movie review by Jason Myers and Andrew Kozma, May 13, 2004.)

Vanilla Sky
Open your eyes. Open your eyes. Open your eyes… (Movie review by Jason Myers.)

VeggieTales: The Pirates Who Don`t Do Anything
Yo ho ho and a bottle of ketchup. (Movie review by Deanna Toxopeus, January 20, 2008.)

Veggietales: Ultimate Silly Song Countdown
For when you want to skip that boring moral values stuff and go straight to the dancing cucumber. (Movie review by Joe Hourcle, March 07, 2003.)

Veniss Underground
Reviewer JT Lindroos takes on Jeff VanderMeer's "nightmare narrative... of memories, art, obsession, love, and meerkats," now out in an expanded new edition. (Book review by J.T. Lindroos, July 07, 2003.)

Vertical
Vertigo takes the Warhol mythos to new heights with this involving graphic novel. (Comics review by Iain Emsley, January 29, 2004.)

Video Girl Ai
It's one of the best anime romances... for guys? (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano.)

Video Probe: Battle Lizard
The two words in the title are all we really need to hear. (Movie review by Joe Crowe, April 13, 2012.)

Video Probe: Godmachine, Kids Swede Movies
Help us help you to spend your short film and video watching time wisely. (Movie review by Joe Crowe and @revolutionsf, November 26, 2012.)

The Village
The secret of The Village? Everyone eats butter -- that they churned BY HAND! (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, August 04, 2004.)

Vitals
Are we earth’s dominant life form, or merely the most effective biosuit that bacteria has come up with? Kit O’Connell reviews Greg Bear’s Vitals. (Book review by Kit O'Connell, November 04, 2003.)

Voices of Vision
Jayme Blaschke talks to SF creators so you won't have to. (Book review by Joe Crowe, November 30, 2005.)

Voyage Trekkers
The worst crew in the galaxy, in 3-minute comedy bits. (TV review by Joe Crowe, August 26, 2011.)

The Walking Dead : Days Gone Bye
The first episode of The Walking Dead was bleak, hopeless, and excellent. (TV review by Jorge de la Cova, November 08, 2010.)

Walking Dead Comic Book Vol. 1 and 2
A look at the comics behind the show. (Comics review by Smurfley Kerr, March 07, 2012.)

Walking Dead Episode 1
Zombies on TV! (TV review by Gary Mitchel, PhZ, October 31, 2010.)

The Walking Dead Season 1
A dissenting opinion about the zombie show that everybody seems to love. (TV review by Mark Bousquet, October 16, 2011.)

Walking Dead Season 2
The second season of Zombie TV, reviewed by our best zombologists. (TV review by Matt Cowger, Dave Farnell, March 26, 2012.)

Wall*E
Pixar returns with the most entertaining, breathtakingly beautiful movie of the summer. (Movie review by Rick Klaw, June 26, 2008.)

Wall-E: DVDetails
A wealth of good stuff on a plethora of DVDs. (Movie review by Andrew Kozma, December 01, 2008.)

Wallace and Gromit: Curse of the Were-Rabbit
Not yet a Wallace and Gromit fan? You will be. (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, October 18, 2005.)

Waltz with Bashir
Sometimes history is best told in cartoon format. (Movie review by Matthew Bey, March 22, 2009.)

Wandaba Style Vol. 1
The cover of the DVD says this is a “wacky science fiction series”. Brother, that ain’t the half of it. (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, March 29, 2005.)

Wanted
Essentially an inferior version of the exciting, improbable 2007 action thriller Shoot 'Em Up, this adaptation of the popular comic stumbles. (Movie review by Rick Klaw, June 26, 2008.)

War of the Worlds
Spielberg. Cruise. A cute little girl in danger. A sci-fi classic and invading aliens. Why don't we love it more? (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, June 30, 2005.)

Warchild
Captivating characters and deft style make Warchild a first novel worth checking out. (Book review by Velvet Delorey.)

Warehouse 13
"Only put on in case of stupid." (TV review by Joe Crowe, October 07, 2009.)

Warehouse 13 Season 1
This show wants you to want it. (TV review by Mark Bousquet, July 18, 2010.)

Warehouse 13: Season 2, Episode 1
Season 1 gets a wrapup, and season 2 starts with several bangs. (TV review by Mark Bousquet, July 19, 2010.)

Warp 11 : I Don`t Want To Go To Heaven As Long As They Have Vulcans In Hell
"The rest of my crew are like nerdy jocks, always singing about their Spocks." ( review by Joe Crowe, May 12, 2009.)

Warp 11: Boldly Go Down On Me
Go down on MAINE. Me. is the abbreviation for Maine. This CD promotes New England tourism, parents! (Collectibles review by Joe Crowe, May 11, 2005.)

Warp 11: Borgasm
If you buy only one Borg concept album from a Star Trek rock band, make it this one. (Humor review by Joe Crowe, October 21, 2011.)

Warp 11: It's Dead, Jim
If you listen to only one Star Trek themed rock band, it should be this one. ( review by Joe Crowe, July 18, 2007.)

Warp 11: Red Alert
If you buy only one Star Trek-themed hard-rock CD this year, it should be this one. (Collectibles review by Joe Crowe, June 12, 2004.)

Warp 11: Suck My Spock Some More
"From the day he took the white suit off, and left the midget far behind, he started taking steroids and froze himself in time." (Audio review by Joe Crowe, April 16, 2008.)

The Warrior
Not plural. Not good. (Movie review by Alan J. Porter, May 02, 2006.)

The Watcher's Guide
If you want help following those early Buffy episodes now airing on F/X, this is the one book you need. (Book review by Rachel K. Ivey.)

Watchmen
Who watches the Watchmen? We all should... (Comics review by Kenn McCracken, August 08, 2001.)

Watchmen
Zack Snyder's long awaited big screen adaptation of the classic graphic novel plays like an inferior parody. (Movie review by Rick Klaw, March 04, 2009.)

Watchmen Motion Comic
Like the Watchmen comic book, except the mouths move. (Comics review by Joe Crowe, October 03, 2008.)

The Water Horse
This is one horse that won't be sent to the glue factory. (Movie review by Jayme Lynn Blaschke, January 09, 2008.)

The Wave
Walter Mosley returns to SF with this tale of an ordinary man caught between an ancient collective intelligence and the government that sees it as a threat. (Book review by Paul Miles, January 26, 2006.)

We Need to Talk About Kevin
The best horror movie not only of the past twelve months but perhaps also the upcoming twelve. (Movie review by Derek A. Johnson, February 03, 2012.)

Webcomic Recommendations: The System
Webcomics that you should be reading. Now, I said. (Comics review by Daikun, August 09, 2012.)

Wedding Peach Volume 1: Love Wave
What do you get when you mix "Sailor Moon" with "Modern Bride Magazine"? We’re not sure, but it sure scared our anime reviewer. (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, July 16, 2004.)

Wednesday Comics
DC puts some comics in Sunday funnies style on Wednesday. Hence the title. (Comics review by Jorge de la Cova, July 10, 2009.)

Wendigo
We thought this movie was going to be about the orange member of Canadian superhero team Alpha Flight. NoÖ waitÖ that was Sasquatch. Nevermind. (Movie review by Jason Myers.)

Wendy Wu: Homecoming Warrior
Crouching Tigger, Hidden Mushu. (Movie review by Martin Thomas, January 09, 2007.)

Werewolf Probe: Beauty and The Beast, Teen Wolf, Bitten
Are these shows everything a big, bad wolf could want? Ooooooowww. I mean, baaaa. (TV review by Joe Crowe and @yojoecrowe, January 19, 2014.)

Werewolf: The Forsaken
The folks at White Wolf redo their fan-favorite werewolf game. Have they bitten off more than they can chew? (Game review by Kevin Pezzano, March 14, 2005.)

The Wheel of Time RPG
From Tolkien to D&D to Robert Jordan... to the Wheel of Time RPG. And so the wheel turns. But is it worth 40 bucks? (Game review by Phillip White, June 10, 2002.)

Whisper of the Heart
Carey Elwes returns for a second helping of the magical feline Baron in "Whisper of the Heart." Only this time, the Baron isn't quite so magical... (Anime review by Jayme Lynn Blaschke, April 07, 2006.)

White Noise
We hear dead peo — oh, forget it. It's just another ghost story. (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, January 18, 2005.)

Who View : Amy`s Choice
This episode explores the nature of the Doctor: sensitive dude or manipulating jerk-ass? (TV review by Alan Riquelmy, June 07, 2010.)

Who View : Doctor Who Season 5 Reviews
The big list of all RevolutionSF reviews of the first Matt Smith season of Doctor Who. (TV review by Alan Riquelmy, July 02, 2010.)

Who View : Hungry Earth, Cold Blood
The best two episodes of Who so far. (TV review by Alan Riquelmy, June 27, 2010.)

Who View : The Pandorica Opens, The Big Bang
This ain`t the Muppets, people. (TV review by Alan Riquelmy, July 28, 2010.)

Who View : Time of Angels, Flesh and Stone, Vampires of Venice
A smattering of episode reviews as a darker Doctor develops. (TV review by Alan Riquelmy, May 22, 2010.)

Who View : Victory of the Daleks
Episode three of season five does not smell good. (TV review by Alan Riquelmy, May 04, 2010.)

Who View : Vincent and the Doctor, The Lodger
Really good information about Matt Smith`s emerging doctor. (TV review by Alan Riquelmy, July 16, 2010.)

Who Wants to Be a Superhero?
A show is watchable if anyone ever says, "Monkey Woman -- go!" (TV review by Joe Crowe, August 02, 2006.)

Why I Hate Settlers
Hoarding, diplomacy, evil, and little cards. No, this time we're not talking about Magic: The Gathering. (Game review by Jeff Quick.)

Wicker Man (2006)
Here's two hours you'll never get back. Thanks, Nicolas Cage! (Movie review by Sackett, September 28, 2006.)

Widdershins
Whichever way you turn, can you escape the reach of H.P. Lovecraft? Find out in this cosmic horror scenario that is not for Call of Cthulhu. (Game review by Anthony Ragan, February 15, 2007.)

The Wild
It’s a mild and lazy movie!! (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, April 24, 2006.)

Wild Wild West (1999)
Never drum on a white lady`s boobies at the big redneck dance. (Movie review by Mark Bousquet, September 22, 2011.)

The Wild Wild West: The Third Season
Who'd have thought a western TV series without giant robot spiders and Will Smith gettin' jiggy with it could be so good? (TV review by Jayme Lynn Blaschke, December 10, 2007.)

Willard
... or Norman Baits: A Trapped Rat's Tail. (Movie review by Jason Myers, March 19, 2003.)

William Shatner`s Raw Nerve: Walter Koenig
Mr. Chekov hashes out his differences with the Captain. (TV review by Dodger Winslow, March 21, 2011.)

Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory
Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory is out on DVD. But don't go unwrapping your Scrumpdiddlyumptious Bar quite yet. Wait until November 13. (Movie review by Jason Myers.)

Winds of Change by Jason Brannon
A falling star leads to a trapped in a lifeboat story. (Book review by Matt Cowger, May 26, 2011.)

Wishmaster: The Prophecy Fulfilled
Because of the title, we thought that Christopher Walken was in this, but we were sadly, sadly mistaken. (Movie review by Jason Myers, October 23, 2002.)

Witpunk, Mr. George, As Above So Below
Ivan Lerner finds two collections of short stories both worth recommending, as well as Rudy Rucker's latest, a biographical novel of painter Peter Bruegel. (Book review by Ivan Lerner, May 27, 2003.)

The Wizard Hunters
Martha Wells' latest trilogy unfortunately stumbles right out of the gate. Can she keep it from falling? (Book review by Kevin Pezzano, June 11, 2003.)

Wizard World Austin
This convention feels like an old school con. (Misc review by John Shields, November 01, 2012.)

Wolf Lake
Wolf Lake. It's going to get cancelled, so you probably shouldn't bother watching it. Because if you did, you might like it. (TV review by Jason Myers.)

Wolf's Rain Volumes 1 and 2
It is better to die as a wolf than live like a dog. (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano, October 29, 2004.)

The Wolfman
Even creative and horrific bloodletting couldn't salvage this boring, uninspired remake. (Movie review by Rick Klaw, February 12, 2010.)

The Wolverine
Hugh Jackman continues to be the best there is at what he does. (Movie review by Paul Benjamin, July 25, 2013.)

Wolverine and the X-Men
"Your kid is a mutant. Deal with it." (TV review by Joe Crowe, April 24, 2009.)

The World of a Wayward Comic Book Artist
A sketchbook from the greatest comics artist you never knew. (Comics review by Jay Willson, July 08, 2010.)

Wu Yen
RevolutionSF reviews a striking fantasy from the Asian-American International Film Festival. (Movie review by Amy Harlib.)

X - The Movie
A little horror, a little gore, a little schoolgirl, and a battle for the end of the world. (Anime review by Kevin Pezzano.)

The X-Files - Season 8
Mulder who? (TV review by Amy H. Sturgis.)

X-Files Season 10 (2016)
X-Files is back, and it makes us feel things. (TV review by Joe Crowe and @yojoecrowe, February 19, 2016.)

The X-Files: The Big, Sad Picture
Shouldn't we miss this show? (TV review by Kenn McCracken, May 22, 2002.)

The X-Files: Season 9 Debut
Season 9 hits, misses, and naked people far away. (TV review by Joe Crowe.)

X-Men 2
As if you're not going to see this. (Movie review by Joe Crowe, May 04, 2003.)

X-Men First Class
Magneto triumphant! Viva homo superior! (Movie review by Joe Crowe, June 09, 2011.)

X-Men Origins: Wolverine
It is weird to hear cuss words coming out of comic book superheroes. (Movie review by Joe Crowe, May 01, 2009.)

X-Men: The Last Stand
Oh baby, I hear the blue fur callin' . . . (Movie review by Joe Crowe, May 28, 2006.)

The Year Without A Santa Claus
This Christmas special is too much (too much.) (TV review by Mark Bousquet, December 06, 2010.)

Yesteryear
Pulp-style heroes face murder and mayhem. (Book review by Joe Crowe, August 22, 2011.)

Zathura
It's like Jumanji, but without the suck. (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, January 05, 2006.)

Zero Hour
Doomsday plot. Devil baby. Dr. Greene from ER. Quickly canceled. (TV review by Mark Bousquet and Joe Crowe, March 15, 2013.)

Zombie Cat
A cat becomes undead, and gross hijinks ensue. (Book review by Joe Crowe (@revolutionsf), October 29, 2012.)

Zombieland
"Thank God for rednecks." (Movie review by Gary Mitchel, October 07, 2009.)

Zombies!!! MidEvil
Grab a mace, pick up some TNT, and get ready to trounce an undead horde with Zombies!!! MidEvil! (Game review by Eric Funk, December 19, 2005.)

Zootopia
Not quite the madhouse one hopes, this animal-society Disney fare still entertains. (Movie review by Xander Johnson, March 02, 2016.)

 

 

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