The heads of Prometheus: The Art of the Film

With Prometheus only just finishing up a successful box-office run, and soon coming to Blu-ray, an art book is a good home companion to the film.

Review: The impact of Wreck-It Ralph

Come for the nostalgic video game references, stay for the great story.

Review: The gold plating of The Man with the Iron Fists

The Tarantino-backed film is heavy on the bloody martial-arts action - and that's about it.

Review: The memories of Alphas

The second season of Alphas managed to significantly ramp up the drama without losing its cerebral, sci-fi nature.

Yelp buys Germany's Qype in $50 million deal

Online reviews site Yelp is to buy its biggest rival in Europe, Qype, to boost its business abroad.

Yelp cracks down on fake reviews

Fed up with business owners paying for fake reviews, Yelp is to introduce a system to warn users when it believes they're being misled.

Review: The daggers of Warehouse 13

We've hit the mid-season break for the artifact hunting serial, and the season is clealry on a roll.

Review: The fences of AMC's The Walking Dead

The Walking Dead has been getting steadily better since it's premiere, despite a rather wild divergence from the source material.

Review: The instincts of Arrow

Genre fans saw the first episode of the new Green Arrow adaptation this week. It's not bad, but it's certainly not Green Arrow either.  

Review: The sparks of Frankenweenie

Frankenweenie is exactly what we needed it to be.

Review: The brains of Fringe

The new season of Fringe has begun, but it's a slow start.

Review: The coming-of-age of the eleventh Doctor

We're at the mid-season break for Doctor Who, and our favorite Time Lord has been left in an interesting emotional space.

Review: The jewels of Robot and Frank

Robot and Frank is an artfully constructed and touching tale about an old man and his robot.

Review: The fans of Joss Whedon - The Complete Companion

Joss Whedon: The Complete Companion is a collection of essays and articles about the veteran genre director and his various productions.

First Cloud Atlas reviews are in

The upcoming Cloud Atlas film is the big screen adaptation of the best-selling sci-fi novel written by David Mitchell.

Review: The guns of Battleship on Blu-ray

The Blu-ray of the boardgame adaptation is out now, and has plenty of extras for fans of naval tech.

Video: The beginning of Revolution

NBC has released the pilot for its upcoming dystopian adventure serial by veteran genre filmmaker J.J. Abrams.

Review: The navigation of Warehouse 13

The artifact hunters are certainly off to a rocky start this season.

Review: The exile of ParaNorman

ParaNorman is surprisingly sophisticated, considering its medium and subject matter.

Review: The intelligence of The Bourne Legacy

The new Bourne film may not have any Bourne in it, but it's a great continuation of the story.