SyFy Archive


Review: The Internet Ruined My Life

After reading (and reviewing) So You’ve Been Publicly Shamed, I’ve continued to be interested in the topic of public shaming.  I was happy to see that others were interested in the topic as well, and that Syfy was actually creating a series called The Internet Ruined My Life.  Unfortunately, in trying to


Sharktopus vs. Pteracuda: A good BAD movie

Last year, the world caught Sharknado fever.  If you read my review of it, you will recall that I somehow had a natural immunity to this type of fever.  While the world tuned in to Sharknado 2: The Second One last Wednesday, I patiently waited for what I hoped to be the


Bitten: A Show About Family (Review)

WARNING: General spoilers for episode 1 of Bitten are contained in this review. I know very little about werewolves.  They change at the full moon, silver bullet kills them, that’s about it.  After watching the series premiere of Bitten, I’m finding that, like with vampires, the rules seem to change from series


Helix: Science Fiction Zombies, Or More?

WARNING: This review will mentions spoilers of the first three episodes of Helix: 1. Pilot 2. Vector 3. 274 Ronald D. Moore secured his place in science fiction television royalty with the reboot of Battlestar Galactica.  Prior to BSG, he also has writing/producing credits on other series such as Star Trek: The


Sharknado: I Want 1 Hour and 57 Minutes of My Life Back!

For the last decade, the Syfy channel has had a string of very solid original, scripted tv shows. Starting with Battlestar Galactica, the network has churned out surprisingly high quality shows such as Eureka, Sanctuary, Warehouse 13, Haven, Being Human, and most recently Defiance. Yet for the quality they put into scripted