SFX Spurious Awards
Ice Dance Mario, Doctor Who, Thor, Lego and loads more shenanigans
ICE DANCE CONCEPT OF THE WEEK
It’s a zillion times better than anything you’ll ever see on Dancing On Ice, and features the first ever Mario you might actually have the hots for.
SELF-RESTRAINT OF THE WEEK
Chuck’s Sarah proves she’s an agent who can keep her eye on the job…
SUBLIMINAL ADVERTISING OF THE WEEK
Intrigued to see Fringe giving a subtle plug for Thor this week.
CRAP MICHAELANGELO OF THE WEEK
Come on Merlin, you’re never going to make Camelot’s ceilings legendary if you can’t even draw a circle…
CONSPIRACY THEORY OF THE WEEK
The Doctor tells Nixon “You have to tape everything that happens in this office, every word, or you won’t know if you’re under the influence.” Sound advice Doctor, but, erm, were you really helping Nixon or just setting him up for the Watergate hearing?
HONESTY OF THE WEEK
We applaud Amazon for not trying to sell a few copies of Syfy’s dodgy TV movie cash-in in the hope that people wouldn’t realise the difference, but you have to wonder if the “26 used” for sale were bought by punters who’d been duped already… (Click on the image for a larger version if you can’t quite see what we’re going on about.)
RECUT OF THE WEEK
Aliens as you’ve never seen it before, with everything except Bill Paxton’s scenes cut out. Suddenly the whiney git almost feels like the lead character in a Shakespearean tragedy.
CAR OF THE WEEK
Looks like the chameleon circuit has been fixed.
T-SHIRT OF THE WEEK
HAT OF THE WEEK
This could liven up the next fancy dress party you go to…
HOME MADE VIDEO OF THE WEEK
Produced to accompany the Neil Gaiman song you can find on this digital album.
POSTERS OF THE WEEK
These works of artistic genius were created by Old Red Jalopy especially for Next Movie, where you can see even more of ’em.
CROSSOVER OF THE WEEK
Futurama meets Dungeons And Dragons. Created by Flickr user Remiel, whose shiny metal ass we are not worthy to kiss.
Tags: Aliens, Battle For Los Angeles, Camelot, Chuck, Cowboys Versus Aliens, Doctor Who, Fringe, Green Lantern, Hot, Mario, Neil Gaiman, Star Trek, Thor, Transformers: The Dark Of The Moon, X-Men: First Class