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Lucifer - Lucifer! Lucifer! Lucifer! - 5.02 - Recap

Lucifer - 5.02 - "Lucifer! Lucifer! Lucifer!"

**The following is a detailed recap of the episode, which means it's full of spoilers. Please don’t read any further until you’ve watched it. You can also check out my spoiler-free review for the season if you prefer**

LuciferAn astronaut (Ashlei Tave) opens a sealed room in what looks to be some kind of spaceship. She sneaks with a knife over to one of the sleeping passengers and uses it to break open their lockbox. She pulls an apple out and starts to eat it, when suddenly another astronaut comes from behind and stabs her.

Chloe (Lauren German) looks for Lucifer (Tom Ellis), letting a still annoyed Ella (Aimee Garcia) realize he’s back.

Meanwhile, the doppelgänger (Ellis) practices Lucifer’s accent and talking to Chloe while naked in front of his mirror.

Chloe and Ella investigate the murder of Judy Mason, a biochemist and commander of the Red 2 Mars project, a simulation engineered by Brody Aerospace, run by Anders Brody (Stephen Schneider), the tech billionaire, who Chloe says she talked to last year on a boat. Ella says that now he has a spaceship and was planning to take rich civilians to the red planet to be the first Mars colony. Judy, who was the only scientist, was stabbed in the neck. They find a hair in a bloody footprint, but the killer must have cleaned, because none of the suits had blood on them. Since no one is allowed in or out of the dome, they assume killer has to be one of the five crew. Most of the camera footage has been wiped.

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Lucifer - Really Sad Devil Guy - 5.01 - Recap

Lucifer - 5.01 - "Really Sad Devil Guy"

**The following is a detailed recap of the episode, which means it's full of spoilers. Please don’t read any further until you’ve watched it. You can also check out my spoiler-free review for the season if you prefer**

LuciferThe episode opens with Mr. Said Out Bitch (Jeremiah Birkett) on his yacht partying when he’s propositioned by one of the women. He goes below deck to get into something more comfortable, but instead he finds Lucifer (Tom Ellis), who reveals he’s in Hell and tells him he’s going to be murdered.

Meanwhile, back on Earth, the team is investigating the murder. Mr. Said Out Bitch’s real name is Lee Garner. He’s been shot in the chest and is missing a hand.

Chloe (Lauren German) has brought Maze (Lesley Ann-Brandt) to the crime scene in lieu of Lucifer. Ella (Amy Garcia) is upset that Lucifer ghosted her, thinking he’s in Florida helping with his family business. Chloe is upset that he's still gone but says she’s fine.

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Exclusive: Aimee Garcia Talks Lucifer Season Five

***Contains slight spoilers***

Aimee GarciaFriday, the first eight episodes of season five of the hit series, Lucifer, dropped on Netflix. The series, based on the character created by Neil Gaiman for the Sandman series, follows Lucifer Morningstar (Tom Ellis), the devil, who abandoned Hell for LA. Lucifer works as a consultant alongside partner Chloe Decker (Lauren German) at the LAPD solving crimes often involving the supernatural. When dealing with evidence, they get help from forensic scientist Ella Lopez, played by Aimee Garcia.

Garcia recently talked to Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview about working on the show, romantic interests for her character, costumes, and more.

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Exclusive Video Interview: Tim Rozon Talks Season 4 of Wynonna Earp

Tim RozonTonight, Syfy premieres the first part of the mid-season finale of Wynonna Earp. In “Holy War Part One” we learn more about why the Clantons have a deep-seated hatred for the Earps and how Doc was involved. Meanwhile, Nicole (Katherine Barrell) deals with repercussions from her deal with Mam (Paula Boudreau).

Recently, Tim Rozon, who stars as Doc Holliday on the series talked to Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview about what it’s like being directed by Melanie Scrofano, what’s to come on Wynonna Earp, including some teases about Doc’s relationship with Wynonna, how his character needs to let go of the past, and more.

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Advance Preview: Lucifer Season Five Brings the Heat with Part One

LuciferOn Friday, Netflix drops the first eight episodes of season five of the fan favorite, Lucifer, with all the main cast returning.

Based on the character created by Neil Gaiman for the Sandman series, the show follows Lucifer Morningstar, played by Tom Ellis, a fallen angel, who in defiance of his father, abandons his throne in Hell for LA where he owns a nightclub, Lux. After an acquaintance is murdered, Lucifer finds himself in the presence of Detective Chloe Decker (Lauren German), and he eventually becomes her partner as a consultant for the LAPD, where they battle angelic, demonic, and even human threats.

Over the course of the series, Chloe discovers that Lucifer is actually the devil. At the end of season four, she accepts Lucifer and admits to him that she loves him, making him realize that it was she who was his first true love and that the prophecy will come to pass, unleashing evil on the Earth. After a kiss, Lucifer leaves to send the demons back and once again rule over Hell.

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Raised by Wolves - New Trailer + Posters

Raised by Wolves MultimediaRaised by Wolves Trailer #2 and Posters - Premieres 9/3/20

From master storyteller and filmmaker Ridley Scott, Raised by Wolves centers on two androids tasked with raising human children on a mysterious virgin planet. As the burgeoning colony of humans threatens to be torn apart by religious differences, the androids learn that controlling the beliefs of humans is a treacherous and difficult task. 

Raised by Wolves debuts on HBO Max on September 3rd.

Below is a trailer and posters from Raised by Wolves, which premieres 9/3/20 on HBO. Check it out.

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Exclusive Video Interview: Stephen Moyer, John Rhys-Davies, & Casper Van Dien Talk G-Loc Out 8/11

G-LocG-Loc, which will be available on DVD, Digital, and On Demand on August 11th, is a sci-fi film that follows Bran Marshall, played by Stephen Moyer (True Blood), as he escapes a desolate Earth to the hostile planet of Rhea. He boards a Rhean supply ship to find the crew murdered and only one survivor, Osha (Tala Gouveia). The two battle for control of the ship but must put aside their differences when the ship is damaged and they find it hurtling towards the planet. Can they work together to save themselves and those on the planet below? The adventure also stars Casper Van Dien (Star Ship Troopers) and John Rhys-Davies (The Lord of the Rings Trilogy).

The three actors recently talked to Jamie Ruby of SciFi Vision about their time on the show, special effects, stunts, and more.

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Star Serinda Swan & EP Morwyn Brebner Talk Coroner, Premiering Tonight on The CW

Serinda Swan and Morwyn BrebnerThe first season premiere of Coroner airs tonight on The CW. The hit Canadian series has already aired two seasons up north and will start filming a third season soon.

Serinda Swan (Inhumans, Ballers), a native Canadian herself, was thrilled to star in this drama. She and executive producer Morwyn Brebner spoke to the press July 31st about the show. Because Swan has done a lot of U.S. TV now, her team (agents, etc.) was shocked that she wanted to return to a Canadian series. However, she thought it was "the perfect project to bring my first leading role to the states, because I get to do it with both.”

“I get to have my leading role in Canada and then bring it to the states. So, I'm making it both. So, there's a part of me that is just so excited and proud and believed in the project to be able to do the crossover not only throughout North America, but also the response throughout the world."

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Exclusive: Paul Schneider Talks NOS4A2

***Contains spoilers for 2.06***

Paul SchneiderTonight, AMC aired an all-new episode of its hit horror series, NOS4A2, called “The Hourglass.” In the episode we get to see more of the mysterious Jonathan ‘The Hourglass’ Beckett, played by Paul Schneider, when Maggie (Jahkara Smith) goes to meet him. Beckett has the powerful ability of being able to control people’s actions while there is sand left in his hourglass.

Not realizing who Maggie is or what she’s after, Beckett lets her in on a secret: you can stop your ability from having negative side effects, such as him losing his memory, if you hurt yourself or someone else. Of course, Beckett’s choice is now always to hurt someone else, and he plans to kill her. Maggie, however, is able to get the upper hand, stabs him in the stomach, and steps on his hourglass, destroying it.

Schneider recently talked to SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview about his work on the show and what’s next for him.

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Blu-Ray Review: Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

Star Wars: The Rise of SkywalkerI'll tell you up-front that I've been a Star Wars fan ever since I was sixteen when the first movie came out. I was already a Trekkie and sci-fi fan, so I was just mesmerized by the original Star Wars and its colorful universe. You can't underestimate the effect that movie had on many of us. Good sci-fi films and TV shows were relatively rare back then, and special effects were pretty bad. When George Lucas made the first Star Wars movie, he not only created a completely original universe full of unusual aliens, planets, handsome heroes, and butt-kicking heroines, but he actually created new cameras and other techniques still used in film today. His vision was the most important factor driving the films. When Empire Strikes Back came out three years later, it was not only a great sequel but an even better movie.

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Welcome! This is a place for those inspired by the strange, fantastic, and unknown. It is dedicated to those who share their talents with us and shine, whether it be on our televisions or on the silver screen. Here you will find interviews with celebrities, reviews from multiple genres, and other pop culture news and multimedia. While we originally started with a love for science fiction and fantasy, this site is no longer just for any one genre.Something you want to see featured here? Have your own site you'd like to see here? Don't hesitate to let us know!
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