I’ve written a piece on the new NetFlix series Lost in Space for the British Science Fiction Society (BSFA). It’s part of their Vector review series for 2018, where selected writers were asked to talk about something they enjoyed in 2018. The piece is: 2018 Pick: Lost in Space.
Starburst 456 (the Stan Lee tribute) has what will probably be my final two published reviews (for Starburst). I’m refocussing what I do going forward (including moving this blog) and that means I’ve decided to change where I place reviews. For the record the reviews are of two Doctor Who books written for the thirteenth … More Final Starburst reviews published
Just a quick mention to remind you of my work reviewing for CultBox, a UK cult entertainment review site. You can get a full list here: POSTS BY: TONY JONES.
I’ve just received my copy of Vector #285, the Best of 2016 issue. I wrote a five page review of science fiction audio drama released in 2016, including Radio 4 / 4 Extra, Bafflegab and Big Finish. Vector is free to members of the British Science Fiction Association (BSFA), and I was pleased to be asked … More Article published in Vector #285
Big Finish has used a quote from my review of The Churchill Years volume 1. The quote appears as part of their publicity for the boxset under Read the Reviews!. This is not the first time I’ve been used in publicity, far from it, what is more interesting here is the review is on my blog Red Rocket Rising, … More Churchill Years review quoted
Over on CultBox I’ve done another TV review, this time the ITV programme Harry Price: Ghost Hunter. The article is: ‘Harry Price: Ghost Hunter’ review: Sarah and Harry are a wonderful pairing. I don’t do a lot of TV reviews, but they are fascinating when I get the chance. In this case I was taken by how … More Harry Price: Ghost Hunter review on CultBox
Another television review on CultBox, this time the excellent LP Hartley The Go-between as shown on BBC 1 recently. The review is: ‘The Go-Between’ review: An atmospheric interpretation of L.P. Hartley’s novel. It helped a lot having read the original book, and having seen this, I may just read it again! There’s a lot (inevitably) in the … More CultBox review of The Go-between