Posts Tagged ‘gerry anderson’
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Review: “Thunderbirds Are Go” World Premiere – High Charged Heroism, No Strings Attached

by Grant Whiteon April 1, 2015
A good idea is effectively timeless and this is certainly the case with fiction. No matter how old a good story concept gets, it will continue to resonate with audiences for generations to come. This is clearly the case with the works of the late Gerry Anderson. Anderson is famous in the British public consciousness […]

Review: “Planzet (UK Edition)”: The Plan Doesn’t Work For Me

by Grant Whiteon September 14, 2012
In the mid-21st century, humanity has finally colonized Mars. This is quite fortunate, as no sooner have the first cherry-picked colonists been dispatched than Earth is attacked by a mysterious race of aliens. Bringing a moon ship into Earth’s orbit, the aliens quickly reduce mankind to but a fraction of their number and reveal quick […]