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Sep 17, 2015

CHILDHOOD’S END Trailer

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I’ve waited YEARS for someone to finally bring this to the big or little) screen, and from everything I’ve seen so far, it looks to be one hell of an awesome miniseries. Fantastic cast, too. If you’ve never read the (quite short) novel it’s based in, by Arthur C. Clarke, do so immediately. It premiers on the SyFy channel this December.

You won’t be disappointed.

That said, you also may never be able to look at your kids again without a little bit of involuntary existential trepidation. wink


Check out the teaser for Childhood’s End, starring Charles Dance of Game of Thrones.

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Written by Arthur C. Clarke and hailed as a revolutionary work of science fiction since its publishing in 1953, Childhood’s End follows the peaceful alien invasion of Earth by the mysterious “Overlords,” whose arrival begins decades of apparent utopia under indirect alien rule, at the cost of human identity and culture.

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  • Chuck Anziulewicz on September 17, 2015 10:53 am

    “Childhood’s End” by Arthur C. Clarke is one of my favorite books, and a masterpiece of science fiction. But truth be told, I have a bad feeling about this SyFy adaptation based on this trailer. I’ll watch it, but it looks like the producers took a few too many liberties with the story. The scene in which millions of people are suddenly possessed to say, “There’s no need to be afraid,” is not in the book. The very cerebral tone of Clarke’s story seems much creepier here. I guess I’ll have to reserve judgment until December, but I suspect poor Clarke may end up spinning in his grave.