Tag: Syfy

Treasure Island

Treasure Island

| July 25, 2012 | 0 Comments

Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic pirate story is brought to life in this Syfy channel miniseries.  When young Jim Hawkins (Toby Regbo; Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1) happens across a treasure map, he and his guardian Dr. Livesey (Daniel Mays; Doctor Who) hire a ship and a crew to find the infamous lost […]

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Sanctuary: Season 4

Sanctuary: Season 4

| July 17, 2012 | 0 Comments

The Sanctuary team are back for this fourth season of the Syfy original series, exploring bigger myths, deadlier monsters, and darker secrets than ever before.  If you’re unfamiliar with the series, it’s fairly simple.  Dr. Helen Magnus (Amanda Tapping) runs an institute known only as The Sanctuary, in which she keeps and protects a menagerie […]

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Doomsday Prophecy

Doomsday Prophecy

| July 17, 2012 | 0 Comments

To preface this review, I’ve seen several Syfy original movies.  You can find my reviews for such absurd endeavors as Ice Quake, and Metal shifters on this website, and I’ve managed to catch Sharktopus, and Megashark vs. Giant Octopus on my own, and they’re very fun for those of us who enjoy campy B-movies.  So, […]

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Being Human: “Mama Said There’d Be Decades Like These”

Being Human: “Mama Said There’d Be Decades Like These”

| February 19, 2012 | 0 Comments

It’s not easy being dead. SyFy’s Being Human is proof of that. Its sophomore season sees new hurtles for the three supernatural suitemates with Sally trying to cope with life after life, Aidan dealing with his newfound leadership role, and trouble for Josh and Nora when they fall in with the wrong pack. The show […]

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Being Human: Season 2, Eps. 1&2

Being Human: Season 2, Eps. 1&2

| January 22, 2012

SyFy’s Being Human is certainly a show with something to prove, something it freely acknowledges with its first two episodes of its sophomore season. Besides living up to the reputation of its BBC predecessor, the scripted series is finally beginning to understand its own potential. While the first season was, more or less, a carbon […]

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