To the Home Cinema! -A Review of the television show “Houdini & Doyle”

To the Home Cinema! -A Steampunk Journal Review of the television show “Houdini & Doyle” by Victoria L. Szulc Houdini & Doyle is a television program loosely based on the friendship between Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Harry Houdini. The show aired in the U.K., U.S. and Canada in 2016. In the series, the keen sleuth and famous escape artist investigate both paranormal and human events. They are soon joined by the plucky London Constable Adelaide Stratton in their adventures. Victorian Murders and Mysteries From the very first episode, involving the questionable death of a nun in the Magdalene Laundries, we see the friction between Doyle, … Continue reading To the Home Cinema! -A Review of the television show “Houdini & Doyle”

Steampunk news round up 28/11/2013

Pagani Huarya hypercar interior
Pagani Huarya hypercar with steampunk inspired interior

Good day to you, dear reader. You’re obviously salivating at the prospect of the news items I received in my intray this week. Read on and learn of the wonders of a steampunk supercar. Look on in awe at the steampunk train station and learn of yet another play being given a steampunk work over. Continue reading “Steampunk news round up 28/11/2013”