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Gilbert Speaks on Netflix’s Another Life

1 Aug


I live and breathe science fiction. I have been a fan of science fiction since watching Flash Gordon on our very small television set in 1954. I was eight years old. I loved science fiction so much that I wrote my own series known as the Roof Oasis Series. So when I heard about the Netflix series “Another Life” I was hyped up to watch it. Continue reading

Gilbert Speaks on “The Expanse” Two-Part Season 03 Finale

29 Jun


I’ve been reviewing this fantastic science fiction series since day one, first on Biff Bam Pop, then later on my personal blog. The Expanse, which stars Steven Strait, Dominique Tipper, Wes Chatham, Cas Anvar, Frankie Adams, Shohreh Aghdashloo, Cara Gee, David Strathairn, Elizabeth Mitchell, and Thomas Jane as Joe Miller, is ending its time on the SyFy Channel and moving to Amazon Prime for season four. At least that’s what we’ve been promised…but I don’t trust people in authority anymore. The first part of the season finale is all about trust. Continue reading

Gilbert Speaks On “The Expanse” S03 E11

21 Jun


Was the Protomolecule defending itself? Team Draper’s interference caused one of their people to be shredded, plus major damage to all the ships within the Ring. On this week’s episode of “The Expanse” Drummer and Ashford wait for a rescue that may never come, while Melba plots her next move. Continue reading

Gilbert Speaks on “The Expanse” S03 E10

14 Jun


I cannot say this enough. “The Expanse” is the best freaking science fiction series out there…and this season, the writers and the cast have surpassed their already fabulous performance. Miller coaxes Holden into going inside the Protomolecule nucleus, but they are being followed. Meet me after the jump Continue reading

Gilbert Speaks on “The Expanse” S03 E09

7 Jun


Where is Miller when you need him? On this week’s episode of “The Expanse” Holden and his crew are in big trouble, but Miller is not answering Holden’s SOS. While Naomi has to decide where she truly belongs, we discover Melba’s true identity. Have I mentioned how much I love this series? Continue reading

Gilbert Speaks On “The Expanse” S03 E08

31 May


Holy Ghosts! Last week’s episode of “The Expanse” hit us with a few surprises: Melba and Miller. Where did Melba get her super strength, and why does she want to blow up the Seung Un? What is the connection between ghostly Miller and the Ring? Did you hear the good news? Amazon saved “The Expanse” series from oblivion. More at the end of this recap. Continue reading

Gilbert Speaks on “The Expanse” S03 E07

24 May


Some time has passed on “The Expanse” and there is a push for peace, but everything is about that blue glowing Ring. Avasarala is now in position of power and Errinwright is in jail. Gillis has resigned. Avasarala calls for unity for Earth, Mars and the Belt, but something is not right. Continue reading

Gilbert Speaks on “The Expanse” S03 E06

17 May


There is a war going on: both in the series and, with the Syfy Channel. The Expanse has been cancelled by the Syfy Channel, and that’s just a damn shame because “The Expanse” is one of the best science fiction series on television. We need to make our voices heard, loud and clear. Here is the link. Start Tweeting! Continue reading

Gilbert Speaks on “The Expanse” S03 E05

10 May


When the leaders will not listen to their own Intel, then how do we expect our species to survive? On this episode of “The Expanse” there is a mutiny brewing on the Agatha King, and the protomolecules have a secret agenda. Continue reading

Gilbert Speaks on “The Expanse” S04 E04

4 May


I love science fiction for one reason; it is a looking glass into the future. What the writers of “The Expanse” have accomplished with this series is to show the prospects of our upcoming future for when we do land on Mars and, when we begin mining asteroids. Will our future be free of war and strife? Not likely. Humans are the most destructive species in the universe, and tonight’s episode gives us a glimpse of our nature…no matter where we call home. Continue reading