HOW much horror should you depict and how much should you leave to the imagination? It is a dilemma that has confronted anyone who has ever attempted to scare people in the name of entertainment. […]
Darren Slade posits that one of the best features of science fiction is it’s potential to appeal and engage audiences, regardless of their age.
Hammer Films had been the leading horror producer for 13 years, but by the dawn of the 70s, the studio sometimes gave the impression that it was flailing around like a vampire in a shaft of sunlight.
Do horror movies have to end hopelessly? And if they do – what’s wrong with that?
Darren Slade explores the dangers inherent in an ever-expanding Star Wars universe and asks if George Lucas will ever get to make his art films?
In the UK, hot weather is so remarkable that we have even been known to make science fiction films about it.
Maybe it’s time for fans to relax about how the mainstream media sees us. We do sort of rule the world.