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Review: Can Divergent, a series not for teens, be saved by the producers? Special

Chicago - The FIRST Divergent movie is great fun and better than the book, but will the final installment result in teen suicides, bad AP scores and a dumbed-down public? Can the sanity of Divergent viewers be saved with a new ending to the series?
Digital Journal Report by Ruth Hull - 2 comments

Photo Essay: Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Celebration Special

London - The Doctor Who 50th Birthday celebrations kicked off this weekend with a special convention held in London. The exhibition featured stars of the show and mixed classic era Doctor Who with costumes and exhibits from the show's successful revival.
Digital Journal Report by Tim Sandle - 8 comments

Review: ‘The World's End’ is the perfect conclusion Special

‘The World’s End’ is a sci-fi comedy about five friends who reunite to complete an epic pub crawl in their hometown, only to unwittingly become mankind’s last hope for survival.
Digital Journal Report by Sarah Gopaul - 4 comments

Saturn Awards hand four prizes to 'Marvel's The Avengers'

As "Man of Steel" and "Iron Man 3" take over the summer box office, it is time to remember "Marvel's The Avengers" once again.
In the Media by Tim O'Brien

Behind the Atlantis myth: Isn't there any truth?

Ever since the first recorded history of Atlantis, written by the Greek philosopher Plato over 2,360 years ago, debate has raged as to whether or not Atlantis ever really existed. Why some of us still search for the answer to this mystery?
In the Media by Eko Armunanto - 2 comments

Review: ‘La Jetée’ is a sci-fi education Special

‘La Jetée’ is Chris Marker's influential science fiction classic and one of cinema's most profound meditations on time and memory.
Digital Journal Report by Sarah Gopaul - 1 comment

‘The Last Days’ could herald a new era of sci-fi movies in Spain

Barcelona - The Spanish film industry has produced some excellent movies in recent years. While excelling in horror and fantasy films, Spain is now dabbling in science fiction, with this end-of-the-world apocalyptic thriller.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 4 comments

Review: New on DVD for April 2 Special

This week’s releases include a stylish English action thriller; an Emmy-nominated, top-notch political comedy; and a time-bending battle against bizarre creatures.
Digital Journal Report by Sarah Gopaul

Striking new cover for Fahrenheit 451, 60 years on

For the sixtieth anniversary of Ray Bradbury's novel 'Fahrenheit 451' comes a 'striking' new design by Elizabeth Perez. The newly designed cover comes with a match and has striking paper along its spine.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 4 comments

Next ‘Doctor Who’ series to reveal surprisingly spacious Tardis

In the next season of Doctor Who, set to air in spring 2013, sci-fi fans of the long running series, which celebrates its 50th anniversary this year, will be able to see previously unexplored areas of the Doctor’s time machine, the Tardis.
In the Media by Robert Myles
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