It Doesn't Have To Be Right…

… it just has to sound plausible

Non-Fiction

interviews
– Graham Joyce in The Lyre #2, Summer 1993.
– Bruce Sterling in Interzone 221.
– David Wingrove in Interzone 234.
– Saladin Ahmed in Interzone 244.

book reviews
Template by Matthew Hughes in Interzone 218.
Lexicon Urthus, Second Edition by Michael Andre-Druissi in Interzone 219.
The Caryatids by Bruce Sterling in Interzone 221.
Offworld by Robin Parrish, Interzone 223.
Starcombing by David Langford in Interzone 224.
Broken Symmetries by Steve Redwood in Interzone 225.
The New Space Opera 2 by Gardner Dozois & Jonathan Strahan in Interzone 226.
Brain Thief by Alexander Jablokov in Interzone 226.
The Poison Throne by Celine Kiernan in Interzone 227.
The Age of Zeus by James Lovegrove in Interzone 228
Conflicts by Ian Whates in Interzone 230.
Empress of Eternity by LE Modesitt Jr in Interzone 231.
The Flying Saucer by Bernard Newman in Interzone 232.
Sylvow by Douglas Thompson in Interzone 233.
Son of Heaven (Chung Kuo 1) by David Wingrove in Interzone 234.
Robopocalypse by Daniel H Wilson in Interzone 236.
Debris by Jo Anderton in Interzone 237.
Songs of the Dying Earth edited by George RR Martin & Gardner Dozois in Interzone 238.
The Last Man Standing by Davide Longo in Interzone 242.
Three Parts Dead by Max Gladstone in Interzone 243.
Throne of the Crescent Moon by Saladin Ahmed in Interzone 244.
Wool by Hugh Howey in Interzone 246.
Seoul Survivors by Nami Foyle in Interzone 247.
Swords of Good Men by Snorri Kristjansson in Interzone 249.
Wonderbook by Jeff VanderMeer in Interzone 250.
Yukikaze by Chōhei Kambayashi in Vector 264.
Machine by Jennifer Pelland in Vector 271.
Starship Seasons by Eric Brown in Vector 274.

[note: I reviewed a considerable number of books between 1988 and 1997 for the British Science Fiction Association - see here for a complete list]

dvd reviews (videovista)
Age of the Dragons, Ryan Little (2011) – review here.
Ajami, Scandar Copti & Yaron Shani (2009) – review here.
Aliens From Outer Space, Bill Knell (2009) – review here.
Angel, François Ozon (2007) – review here.
Bad Day, Ian David Diaz (2008) – review here.
Barbarossa – Siege Lord, Renzo Martinelli (2009) – review here.
The Big Clock, John Farrow (1948) – review here.
Boy Meets Girl, ITV (2009) – review here.
Brooklyn’s Finest, Antoine Fuqua (2009) – review here.
Certified Copy, Abbas Kiorastami (2010) – review here.
Choose, Marcus Graves (2010) review here.
Crossing Over, Wayne Kramer (2009) – review here.
Dark and Stormy Night, Larry Blamire (2009) – review here.
The Discovery of Heaven, Jeroen Krabbé (2001) – review here.
District 13 – Ultimatum, Patrick Alessandrin (2009) – review here.
Fighter, Natasha Arthy (2007) – review here.
Fragments, Rowan Woods (2008) – review here.
Gentlemen Broncos, Jared Hess (2009) – review here.
Hatchet For The Honeymoon, Mario Bava (1970) – review here.
Heart Of Fire, Luigi Falorni (2008) – review here.
Hellbride, Pat Higgins (2007) – review here.
Hierro, Gabe Ibáñez (2009) – review here.
Homecoming, Morgan J Freeman (2009) – review here.
Hunter Prey, Sandy Collora (2009) – review here.
I Come With The Rain, Anh Hung Tran (2008) – review here.
I Know You Know, Justin Herrigan (2008) – review here.
The Informers, Gregor Jordan (2008) – review here.
Ink, Jamin Winans (2009) – review here.
The Interceptor, Konstantin Maximov (2009) – review here.
Jacqueline Hyde, Rolfe Kanesky (2005) – review here.
Journey to Promethea, Dan Garcia (2010) – review here.
The Keeper, Keoni Waxman (2009) – review here.
A Kind of Loving, Granada TV (1982) – review here.
Knowing, Alex Proyas (2008) – review here.
The Last Sentinel, Jesse V Johnson (2007) – review here.
Léon (director’s cut), Luc Besson (1994) – review here.
Lost In Austen, ITV (2008) – review here.
Maroc 7, Gerry O’Hara (1967) – review here
Mega Shark vs Giant Octopus, Jack Perez (2009) – review here.
Murdoch Mysteries Season 2, ITV (2009) – review here.
The Myth, Stanley Tong (2005) – review here.
Night Dragon, Tim Biddiscombe (2008) – review here.
Norwegian Ninja, Thomas Cappelen Malling (2010) – review here.
Psycho Beach Party, Robert Lee King (2000) – review here.
The Racket, John Cromwell (1951) – review here.
Repulsion, Roman Polanski (1965) review here.
The Secret In Their Eyes, Juan José Campanella (2009) – review here.
Secrets Of Sex, Antony Balch (1970) – review here.
The 7th Dimension, Brad Watson (2009) – review here.
Sordid Lives, Del Shores (2000) – review here.
Star Wreck: In the Pirkinning, Timmo Vuorensola (2005) – review here.
Star Fleet, London Weekend Television (1980) – review here.
Strip Nude For Your Killer, Andrea Briachi (1975) – review here.
The Survivor, David Hemmings (1981) – review here.
The Sword with No Name, Kim Yong-gyun (2009) review here.
They Flew Alone, Herbert Wilcox (1942) – review here.
Trafficked, Ciarán O’Connor (2004) – review here.
Travelling Man – The Complete Series, Granada TV (1984) – review here.
Valkyrie, Bryan Singer (2008) – review here.
Vexille, Fumihiko Sori (2007) – review here.
W., Oliver Stone (2008) – review here.
While the City Sleeps, Fritz Lang (1956) – review here.
Who Killed Teddy Bear, Joseph Cates (1965) – review here.
Zombies! Zombies! Zombies!, Jason Murphy (2008) – review here.

dvd reviews (the zone)
George And The Dragon, Tom Reeve (2004) – review here.
Outlander, Howard McCain (2008) – review here.
Walled In, Gilles Paquet-Brenner (2009) – review here.

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