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Crowdfunding Friday: Gerry Anderson sci-fi and more

25 September 2013 8:05 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Feature Ryan Lambie 27 Sep 2013 - 07:48

This week's crowdfunding selection includes Gerry Anderson's Gemini Force One, a Tom Savini horror flick, and an RPG set at a comic con...

It's always great to see a crowdfunding project not only get the requisite backing, but also come to fruition so successfully. The 25th September saw the launch of A Brief History Of Time Travel, the six-part audio sitcom written by Seb Patrick and James Hunt (whose names may sound familiar thanks to their fine pieces of work for this very website).

Having exceeded their £3,000 goal by more than two grand late last year, the project was put into production, with the distinctive tones of Robert Llewellyn providing the voice of the Narrator, and Jon Shaw, Henry Imbert, Joanna Eliot and Ian Symes cast as the members of an enforcement agency fated to leap through various moments in history thanks to a malfunctioning time machine. »

- ryanlambie

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Celebrating Stingray: Barry Gray

13 March 2013 12:41 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Interview Andrew Blair 13 Mar 2013 - 07:00

Andrew salutes seminal TV theme composer Barry Gray, whose work with Gerry Anderson became the earworm of a generation...

There are many memorable images in the shows of Gerry Anderson, and it is nearly impossible to disassociate these from the incidental music supplied by composer Barry Gray. From The Adventures of Twizzle to Space: 1999, Gray was an instrumental part of AP Films/Century 21 Productions, contributing story ideas, incidental and theme music. 

Stingray's opening titles are, as previously discussed, spectacular. Typically for a Gray composition,  it's brass and percussion heavy, and catchier than influenza. The March of the Thunderbirds and other pieces are played by brass bands and orchestra’s to this day.  On top of this, his interest in electronica resulted in his producing effects and music for the Amicus film Dr. Who and the Daleks, utilising ring modulaters and an obscure »

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10 things we'd like to see in the new Thunderbirds series

4 February 2013 9:43 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Odd List Mark Pickavance Feb 5, 2013

Mark talks us through the ten things that ITV's new Thunderbirds series must feature to be worthy of its name...

As a huge fan of the series, I was personally excited to catch the news that Thunderbirds is coming back after a brief fifty year interlude. Frankly, anything to erase the horrific 2004 movie where director Jonathan Frakes turned all my childhood dreams into celluloid nightmares, would be appreciated.

It's not a total homage to the old series I'm looking for, just something without Vanessa Hudgens mugging the camera, and with plenty of visual spectacle. But, whatever happens in each story, everything must blow up at the end, it's the law.

Here are ten other things that need to be in the new series for it to earn a Geek Fab from this site:

1. Fireflash 

Ok, strictly not a Thunderbirds vehicle, but very cool all the same. »

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