The series may be over, but fans can continue to enjoy the episodes through Red Dwarf XI: The Game. With the level for Samsara now available to play, Alex takes a look at how it compares to Twentica, what ways it expands on what was in the episode and what […]
With a new series of Red Dwarf done and dusted, it’s time for us to get our hands on the latest DVD/Blu-Ray and see how it stacks up compared to previous releases.
Red Dwarf merchandise has very much been a ‘here’s a thing and maybe we’ll do another thing sometime’ affair for years. So the launch of a dedicated online store to sell exclusive Series XI merchandise is something of a big deal.
Months before Series XI even went before cameras, one of it’s episode plots has already been alluded to multiple times by Doug and the cast; an episode dealing with The Cat’s virginity.
Even for the most devoted of Red Dwarf fans who actually like Series VIII; alarm bells were ringing when we saw Kryten in Ferrari red getup. Memories of some of the crazier and more outlandish moments of Red Dwarf’s past came to mind including the Dibbley Family. Such was the […]
Officer Rimmer is a really solid episode of Red Dwarf. There’s your headline, walk away from the review now. Oh you want something deeper than that do you? Well fine, read on. I’ve prepared some words. I always have a pen. There are some absolutely brilliant science-fiction ideas in Officer […]
2016 sees Series XI not only coming to television, but also to our phones with Red Dwarf XI: The Game. With the first of six sections now released, Alex looks at how the developers have approached that old question; just how do you make a game of Red Dwarf?
As Red Dwarf fans do, we invariably pore over the details of an episode revealed before broadcast and create an expectation based on these details. With our only information before broadcast being that it was an episode about a deranged droid stealing Lister’s kidneys and a picture of this deranged […]
For the first episode of Red Dwarf XI, Dave opted to go with a showy, ambitious episode in Twentica. There were stunning visual effects sequences; an elaborate set; and high -profile guest stars. It then makes sense that episode two should be something smaller and a little more subdued – a character piece […]
Bigger. Better. Smeggier. So has proclaimed the poster campaign advertising Series XI of Red Dwarf. On the basis of Twentica, it’s a statement that seems more than just hyperbole. It’s been well documented that both Back to Earth and Series X were made under a whole host of restrictions that […]