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SciFiDebris does Hogfather

Fitting the season SciFiDebris does an in-debth-review of "Hogfather".

Extra Credits on Penny Arcade

I just watched this show for the first time (like 10 episodes in a row) and can only highly recommend it to everyone who also is interested in games and gaming:

Extra Credits on Penny Arcade

It's more about gaming itself than specific games, but, man, is it well researched and interesting! (when you go to the original page you can even watch it without having to choose an advert first)

Cinema Snob and Brows Held High do Shakespeare

Two of my favourite online reviewers tackling a Troma adaptation of the greatest love story of all times:

SFDebris reviews: Voyager - The Thaw

I fully agree with SFDebris on this one - this is one of the few really *good* (as in: actually good and not just above average for Voyager) Voyager episodes.

I'd even go so far as to say it is actually a good *Star Trek* episode - breathing the spirit of the old series, and not just because of it's wild colour schemes... ^^

Spoony reviews: Tekken - Blood Vengeance

Oh. My. God.

I dare to say that what Spoony has discovered here has got to be THE single most retarded "martial arts movie" ever! And this includes bullshit like those 80's "American Ninja"-flics...

But don't take my word for it - just have a look:

Team TGWTG reviews: Moulin Rouge

Damn - this has got to be the greatest movie review I've seen yet, I believe it might even beat redlettermedia's Mr. Plinkett.

A review of a musical - done as a musical. :D

Ed Glaser: Turkish Star Trek

Ed Glaser is one of the many reviewers from thatguywiththeglasses.com and one of his specialities is finding exotic rippoffs of well-known US series and movies, like this entry from Turkey:

Doctor Who 101 by SF Debris

SFDebris is one of the online reviewers whose work I enjoy on a regular basis. His obvious focus is SciFi TV series - he started with reviewing Star Trek TNG episodes and since has added the classic series, Deep Space Nine, Voyager and Enterprise to his repertoire. Followed by non-Trek Series like Babylon 5, Red Dwarf or Doctor Who.

Now, he usually does episode reviews, but I picked this video he just released, because it gives a really nice basic oversight about the history of Doctor Who, a show that over the years I grew really fond of and that, let's be frank, does need some explanation...

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