Time Runner (1993)

Mark Hamill stars in the overlooked sci-fi “Time Runner,” where he plays a man traveling back in time to prevent a future disaster. The film tries to address time paradoxes but fails to present a compelling narrative. Despite interesting concepts and a strong cast, the movie loses pace after a promising start and relies too heavily on action over story development. Its direct-to-video nature shows in both resourceful effects and inconsistent direction, leaving it as a flawed yet occasionally enjoyable piece for fans of the niche genre.

Tech Addicts Podcast – 18 Feb 2024 – Publisher Perished

Publisher

Gareth Myles and Ted Salmon host a tech-focused podcast available on multiple platforms, discussing various topics from a highly recommended Acer Chromebook with a great screen but short battery life, to the latest in hardware and software such as Samsung re-releasing the Galaxy Tab and Microsoft’s PC Manager app. They also cover industry news like BitLocker’s vulnerability and Google Pixel’s new design, and announce tech deals available in the UK. Contact details and additional links for the hosts are provided.

The Time Guardian (1987)

Time Guardian

Despite a concept of a time-traveling city and Carrie Fisher’s involvement, “The Time Guardian” disappoints with a lackluster plot, underdeveloped villains, and unconvincing effects. Fisher rehashes her Leia persona, while Nikki Coghill stands out in an otherwise uninspired cast. Intended as a franchise starter, the film instead became a forgettable Aussie sci-fi endeavor.

Projector Room Podcast “Gorky’s Griselda” 07/02/2024

Griselda

Ted, Al and I are back again with our fortnightly roundup of all things film, cinema and TV. This time we Treat on Lee Marvin, grizzle for more Griselda, call an Ambulance with The Family Plan during The Night of the Virgin, work out the Primer Anatomy of a Fall and even shout out for … Read moreProjector Room Podcast “Gorky’s Griselda” 07/02/2024

Tech Addicts Podcast – Sunday 4th February – Tuck, Fold and Roll

Fold and Roll

This week the fold and roll phone, the demise of Bullitt, Fossil calling time on the smartwatch, Microsoft making too much money, ash tray designs, Microsoft Edge being dodgey, Ayaneo Flip impresses with Dual screens, MSI Claw prices, imageFX rolls out slowly, chromebooks with 16gb ram and exciting new Zoom audio recorders.

Tech Addicts Podcast – Sunday 21st January – Its a Ring Thing

Ring

Ted and Gareth look at CES 2024 and a few items that stood out. Jackery has a solar power tent, Fiio has a new Walkman cassette player, Infinix want to charge your device from afar, JBL do microphones and the Skyted mask that you can’t hear anyone talking about. Also Samsung announce a few things including the Galaxy Ring.

Dominion (1995)

Dominion

Dominion felt like a cheap knock off of Shoot to Kill (or Deadly Pursuit) with Brad Johnston fitting in as he really does cut a Tom Berenger-lite look. But is this a load of old nonsense?

Projector Room Podcast 154 “Society Minus One”

Society of the Snow

Ted, Allan and I are back again with our first roundup of all things film, cinema and TV for 2024. A new Godzilla, more Chicken Run, we Leave The World Behind and head for Rebel Moon find some of The Ruins of a Society of Snow on Dangerous Waters! So come and join us for … Read moreProjector Room Podcast 154 “Society Minus One”

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