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The site has been re-lauched and moved to a new location:


This version of the site is now dead, and is only kept here for prosperity. Bless.



Friday, 7th March 2003


This very website is featured in top Red Dwarf publication Better Than Life, in #44 that reached fan club members in the UK this morning. Internet Correspondant Debs gives the site four stars overall, and particularly praises the originality and in-depth content, adding: 'if you have a list of Red Dwarf sites that you visit regularly, I definately recommend that you add this one to your list'. To read the full review, you'll have to join the fan club, which you can do via their website.


Incidentally, in case you were wondering why updates have been irregular and sparse since the Series II DVD release, it's because the site is soon to be relaunched, in collaboration with John Hoare, who some of you may know as 'moss'. If John knows nothing else, (which he doesn't), it's Red Dwarf and computers, so exciting times are ahead for Ganymede & Titan fans!



Wednesday, 26th February 2003


The following article has appeared on :


"Red Dwarf the movie is set in the distant future where Homo Sapienoids - a fearsome combination of flesh and machine - have taken over the Solar System and almost wiped out the human race. The only survivors are the crews of long-haul space freighters that left Earth before the conflict began. The Sapienoids send forth fleets of Death Ships to hunt them down.

One by one, the human ships fall, until only one remains.

It's name - RED DWARF"


Frankly, I'll believe it when I see it. If this is genuine, it's a bit of a shock. What Doug Naylor is doing is taking the characters and placing them in a completely new situation. This will work if the characterisation is as good as it is from Series I-VI, but if it is like the last two series, it won't be Red Dwarf at all. Naylor did warn us that the movie would be going in a completely different direction to the series. He wasn't lying.


But is it just a very elaborate hoax?


* 'Winchester Films presents...' - The official site says the movie is to be made by Red Dwarf Films

* 'KOCHANSKI: Lister's dead girlfriend.' How would this fit in with the new plot?

* Doug Naylor is stated as being the TV series director. While he did co-direct half an episode in Series V, this is not something you'd put on a poster.

* Chris Barrie has Blackadder III in the brackets after his name. Why would they include a tiny guest appearance, but not long-running series like The Brittas Empire, Robot Wars and Scrapheap?

* The fan club bit gives the wrong URL. The address changed about a year ago - there's no way a poster that old would have only just been released.

* I can't read much of the other stuff, but I can see that the release date of the American DVDs is wrong.

Whether this poster is genuine or not, this is a startling piece of news, and once again Ganymede and Titan is the first fan site to report it.

Monday, 10th February 2003


Read my amazingly in-depth and detailed review of the Series II DVD here.


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