Spurious Awards Of The Week

Edible Stormtroopers, Vampire chefs, cheap destruction of Krypton and a whole load more…

Budget Remake Of The Week

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The kids at Chance Harbor re-enact the destruction of Kryton from Superman The Movie , in The Secret Circle .

Celebrity Chef Of The Week

The Vampire Diaries ’ Damon is a big fan of How To Cook Like Heston Blumenthal .

Murder Victim Of The Week

Popeye tried to leave his past life behind him, but somehow Bluto still managed to catch up with him in this week’s Grimm .

Novelty Kitchen Appliance Of The Week

Ah, just too late for Christmas, Fringe has some subtle product placement for a light saber electric bread knife.

Potty Mouths Of The Week

If this had been broadcast, Mary Whitehouse really would have had something to complain about…

Large Cake Of The Week

And there’s loads more where that came from … Wonder who got to eat the cod piece?

Small Cake Of The Week

And the recipe how to make them is here.

More Spurious Awards on the next page…



Cover Version Of The Week

Hello from ant1mat3rie on Vimeo .

We did tweet this earlier in the week, but just in case you missed it, here you go…

Product Placement Of The Week

Battleship director Peter Berg turned up in Californication wearing... wait for it... a Battleship t-shirt. Surprise! As if that weren’t enough, he proceeded to get into a fistfight with David Duchovny’s Hank Moody, who goads him with: “You really made a movie about a battleship?!”

Unofficial Crossover Of The Week

This site seriously seems to be turning into some kind of unofficial Community fan club, but we couldn’t let this piece of fan art pass us by. [via ComicBookMovie ]

Riffs Of The Week

A whole bunch of Batman themes given a heavy metal makeover.

Timeslip Of The Week

What if some blockbuster modern films had been made in the ’50s? There’s a whole load more where these came from

Dave Golder
Freelance Writer

Dave is a TV and film journalist who specializes in the science fiction and fantasy genres. He's written books about film posters and post-apocalypses, alongside writing for SFX Magazine for many years.