Have a Happy 4th. Tomorrow, its back to the business of deciding whether or not there will be a 247th anniversary to celebrate.
Like life, the news this week is all over the place, ranging from probes in interstellar space to Great White Liver pate and, yes, just about everything else in between!
June’s Top Ten Films & Shows from JustWatch
JustWatch’s round up of this past week’s genre goodness quotient.
The Hugo Awards need to self-examine, starting with what their purpose is supposed to be.
In the year 2029, a marine biologist and her aquatic engineer husband fight to survive after a global cataclysm strikes, separating them from their spectacular underwater habitat.
One man’s infatuation is another’s immolation
This week’s top ten streaming films and television shows
What do we really know about what goes on in the roots of our trees?
This year marks the second anniversary of the newest Federal Holiday
Good Business…but for whom?
Andrew Paul Weston’s review of the latest issues will be published soon
Streaming television this week is at 50% Genre Purity. Streaming Film does better, coming in at 60% Genre Purity.
The Black Film Archive seeks to curate the history of Black Film in America. Genre entries highlighted
The job of coroner has changed since the worldwide infection. Tommy Rossman isn’t just a collector of the dead anymore. Now he comes to make sure you’re actually dead. Or to help you get there.
In the wake of some high-profile incidents in our science fiction community, these thoughts
Watch a recording on C-Span
Genre domination of media entertainment resumes this week
Beware of SF Artist types…they may have Author partners!
Adam, a man on probation and ruled by AI in the year 2029, an age of universal basic income and self driving cars. When Adam is driven to a mysterious town by the automated vehicle. It becomes clear that something is not right.
Free fiction…from Feghoots to graphic novels, from SF to fantasy and horror, all for free
Spider-Man: No Way Home hangs on to the number 3 slot, while Star Trek:Strange New Worlds doesn’t make the top 5
Obi-Wan tops the list for shows, and a Maverick tops the charts in film
With Earth on the brink of an inexorable alien invasion, can one desperate young girl call for help before its too late?
Sit back and relax while Fowler Shocken explains all about circular trusts to you
Naked Thor, Pooh covered in gore, Harley Quinn becomes Barbie, Stranger Things get “trigger” warning…what’s happening in our world of entertainment? Read on to find out!
If you were a faithful viewer of this show in the fifties, you had a chance to win a full scale rocketship!
Hugo awards nominations open today
It’s easy to fall asleep beneath this Night Sky
Swiss Family Robinson leaves a lot to be desired.