DOOMWATCH: PROJECT SAHARA Season 1, Episode 5 Project Sahara proves to be a rather interesting episode. It asks the question, “should computers be allowed the right to have the final say in matters where human […]
One of the most fondly remembered early seventies Britcom’s was the London Weekend Television (LWT) Doctor series that began with the wildly popular Doctor In The House in 1969. For the next twelve years the […]
Watching this episode takes me back to a time when Blake’s 7 was big business rather than the cult it has since become: while on holiday in the summer of 1979, I caught a local […]
Pathfinders was a trilogy of children’s space adventures packaged as part of ITV’s Sunday Family Hour in 1960-61. The serials were an early attempt at science fiction serials aimed at a children’s audience, and are […]
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Chromakey is a new journal dedicated to science-fiction, fantasy, telefantasy, and cult television. Each issue will delve into aspects of specific television series through original interviews, in-depth and informative articles, reviews, analysis, and much more. […]
PENCIL TIP PUBLISHING is pleased to announce our very first magazine, Chromakey. Following in the tradition of past classic TV-related publications as: Timescreen, The Frame, DWB and Action TV, Chromakey will be an updated, modern, twenty-first […]