Month: September 2020

The following contains spoilers for Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous. At first glance, Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous doesn’t seem to fit in with the violent PG-13 dinosaur rampage thrillers we’ve come to expect from the Jurassic Park franchise. Its comical and lighthearted approach to storytelling and character development, not to mention the fact that it is
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Antebellum is the debut feature-length film by writer/director duo Gerard Bush and Christopher Renz. In the film, they aim to explore what happens when the past, present, and future collide in a time where activism against injustice is prevalent. And it comes from one of the producers of the successful thriller, Get Out, which seems
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Certificate: PG Cast: Paul-Mikél Williams, Ryan Potter, Jenny Ortega Running Time: 8 episodes Summer camp can be an exciting time in many a young person’s life – but imagine if you could go to summer camp on an island filled with bio-engineered dinosaurs? Great, right? No kids! Of course not! Have you not watched Jurassic
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This article contains spoilers for Julie and the Phantoms season 1. For all the improvements in queer representation in children’s entertainment there are still only a few shows that have queer characters and even less have them take center stage. We’ve seen a growing number of queer main cast members in recent years but many
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On Sept. 28, 1985 the world got a glimpse of what could have been a very different Batman animated series. The fourth episode of that year’s incarnation of Hanna-Barbera’s long running Super Friends animated series (Super Powers: Galactic Guardians) is “The Fear.” Unlike previous episodes, it wasn’t focused on the Justice League and their ongoing
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Exploring the brittle barrier that separates the living from the dead, The Deeper You Dig is a dark and unsettling look into grief and survival… and we’re delighted to share its dark and unsettling trailer in a SciFiNow exclusive! Here is a synopsis of the film: Bogus tarot card reader Ivy (Toby Poser) and her
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This article contains The Devil All the Time spoilers. You can read the review here. After so much bloodshed and tragedy, few could expect to find peace at the end of things. That includes Tom Holland’s taciturn Arvin Russell. Yet sitting in a Volkswagen next to a long-haired gentleman, one who appeared to be part
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The following contains spoilers for Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous. Netflix and Dreamworks’ newest animated series, Jurassic: World Camp Cretaceous, takes the mythology of the Jurassic World franchise and focuses on a group of teen characters, surviving among the dinosaurs when the park’s safety features fail. Under the conceit that the park’s newest initiative is a
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IMAGE: A study of aluminum nanocatalysts by Rice University’s Laboratory for Nanophotonics found that octopods (left), six-sided particles with sharply pointed corners, had a reaction rate five times higher than nanocubes… view more  Credit: Image courtesy of Lin Yuan/Rice University HOUSTON – (Sept. 18, 2020) – Points matter when designing nanoparticles that drive important chemical reactions
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Author: M R Carey Publisher: Orbit books Price: £8.99 Picking up immediately after The Book Of Koli, its sequel The Trials Of Koli sees our not-so-merry gang heading on a long journey from Calder Valley to London – where the mysterious Sword Of Albion signal is transmitting from. The group consists of Koli who has
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As our lives become increasingly intertwined with technology — whether supporting communication while working remotely or streaming our favorite show — so too does our reliance on the data these devices create. Data centers supporting these technology ecosystems produce a significant carbon footprint — and consume 200 terawatt hours of energy each year, greater than
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IMAGE: 3D artistic illustration of the wide-field-of-view metalens capturing a 180° panorama of MIT’s Killian Court and producing a high-resolution monochromatic flat image. ” view more  Credit: Mikhail Shalaginov, Tian Gu, Christine Daniloff, Felice Hankel, Juejun Hu To capture panoramic views in a single shot, photographers typically use fisheye lenses — ultra-wide-angle lenses made from multiple
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IMAGE: New diamond-based nano-microscope opens up potential for 2D materials. view more  Credit: David A. Broadway Australian researchers and their colleagues from Russia and China have shown that it is possible to study the magnetic properties of ultrathin materials directly, via a new microscopy technique that opens the door to the discovery of more two-dimensional (2D)
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Sony has treated us to a further preview of all that the new PlayStation 5 has to offer. The biggest looming questions were answered around its price, which predictably have been matched with Microsoft’s Xbox’s Series X – both retailing at £449.00 in the UK. A unique approach that both Sony and Microsoft are taking
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It’s been 10 long years since Sean Durkin directed his first feature film, the chilling Martha Marcy May Marlene. His only directing gig in the interim was a four-episode British series called Southcliffe. But now he’s returned with The Nest, a film suffused with the same sense of dread and claustrophobia that marked his feature
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Orphan Black star Tatiana Maslany has landed the title role in Marvel’s upcoming series She-Hulk, according to Deadline. The news comes one day after it was announced that the studio had recruited Kat Coiro (Dead to Me) to direct the pilot and several episodes for the Disney+ series. Maslany will play Jennifer Walters, the cousin
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Set in a dystopian future where the world has been ravaged due to the catastrophic Unfinished War and complications with climate change, The Rampart Trilogy is written by The Girl With All The Gifts author, M.R. Carey. The first novel, The Book Of Koli, was released earlier this year and the second book The Trials
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IMAGE: X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) measurements at the Australian Synchrotron were able to pinpoint the location of the calcium near to the silicon carbide surface view more  Credit: FLEET Adding calcium to graphene creates an extremely-promising superconductor, but where does the calcium go? Adding calcium to a composite graphene-substrate structure creates a high transition-temperature (Tc) superconductor.
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“It’s been a long, strange trip,” admits Rodman Flender, director of 1999’s blood-soaked, pot-fuelled horror comedy Idle Hands. 21 years have passed since Flender and his cast – led by Devon Sawa, Seth Green and Jessica Alba – unleashed their tongue-in-cheek tale of a demonically possessed hand hellbent on slaughtering anyone who crosses its path,
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