HBO Max cancels Titans and Doom Patrol

The HBO MaxDC live-action series Titans and Doom Patrol will both end with their current fourth seasons at the streaming service.


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Review: Doctor Who – The Dead Star

Review by Jacob Licklider


The Audio Novels range after three releases has taken a very important step. Big Finish Productions has deemed it profitable to publish an audio novel without a returning villain such as the Cybermen or the Daleks. The Dead Star doesn’t have a returning villain and that alone would be enough to get me excited, but then Big Finish made my New Adventures loving heart sing with the triumphant return of Kate Orman to Doctor Who. Orman is perhaps my favorite writer of Doctor Who and for a whole new generation of fans (and several old generations of fans) this will be their introduction to just what she does oh so well, and what an introduction. The Dead Star is going right into new territory for Orman, her first story to feature the Second Doctor and only written because Orman and her husband and frequent collaborator Jonathan Blum were watching the recent animations. While Orman in the behind the scenes doesn’t mention which animation in particular inspired this story, there is a great sense of a direct continuation from The Power of the Daleks as well as The Macra Terror specifically for its aesthetics.

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Audio Review: The Worlds of Blake’s 7 – Allies and Enemies

Review by Ian McArdell


Of all the Blake’s 7 characters destined to grab centre stage in their own spin-off, I’m not sure I had ever anticipated Arlen (Sasha Mitchell). However, in retrospect, she’s one who was begging for a backstory; the insidious Federation security officer was responsible for bringing down the errant Blake, and all of Avon’s crew, during the show’s shocking finale.

Following Arlen’s story, this boxset has a wide timeframe. In the first adventure she encounters Cally prior to the telepath’s time with Blake, the second sits somewhere in Series B, and the third brings us Jenna Stannis, after her Liberator days.

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Sean S. Cunningham developing Friday the 13th reboot

Sean S. Cunningham is developing a reboot for Friday the 13th, whilst also developing a reboot of a horror movie he produced back in 1985, House.

As reported by Bloody Disgusting, Cunningham is also producing an original film titled The Night Driver, working alongside writer Jeff Locker and director Jeremy Weiss on the various upcoming projects.


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Casting announcements for new series of Doctor Who

The BBC has announced today that Anita Dobson and Michelle Greenidge will join the next series of hit SciFi show Doctor Who

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Target books celebrates 50th anniversary with five new Doctor Who stories

BBC Books is delighted to announce that it will be expanding the Doctor Who Target range with five new titles in Summer 2023, each with newly commissioned cover artwork by Anthony Dry.

The new titles celebrate Target publishing Doctor Who books for half a century.


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New trailer released for Scream VI

A new trailer and poster has been released from the latest instalment in the Scream franchise Scream VI.

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Check out the trailer below.


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Entertainment Weekly releases new Scream VI images – New trailer release tomorrow

Ahead of tomorrow’s new trailer release, Entertainment Weekly have shared a series of new images from Scream VI including the long awaited return of Hayden Panettiere as Scream 4 character Kirby Reed.

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Hulu Original series Animaniacs season three trailer released

Hulu has unveiled the official trailer for the final season of Hulu Original animated series Animaniacs !

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Review: You Resemble Me

Review written by Ruby Lawson.

You Resemble Me, is a 2021 internationally co-produced drama film, directed by Dina Amer in her directorial debut, from a screenplay by Amer and Omar Mullick. It stars Lorenza Grimaudo, Ilonna Grimaudo, Mouna Soualem, Sabrina Ouazani, Dina Amer, Alexandre Gonin, Grégoire Colin and Zinedine Soualem.

Spike Lee, Spike Jonze, Riz Ahmed and Alma Har’el serve as executive producers on the film.

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