Daylight Savings Sci-Fi Special | Sunday Night DUST

Check out these DUST releases you might have missed - a robot dishwasher in search of itself, AI sex aides, waiting for the end of the world and more shorts await

Anime roundup 8/11/2016: Turn That Frown Upside Down

In this week's viewing: Orange and Re: ZERO give their heroes a chance to be happy for a bit, and more!

Vampire Diaries Got Good Again

A breath of fresh air wafts through the fetid vampiric stench...maybe something new is coming along

Recap: “The Disappeared,” The Strain, Season 1, Episode 9

In an episode of The Strain focused on character, the person who's supposed to b the most despicable turns out to be the most interesting.

GOTG vs SW (You just know its going to happen)

Guardians of the Galaxy vs Star Wars. There's an awful lot of similarities, but one of those films is clearly a good couple of parsecs better than the other!

Sci-Fi Short Film “Box 616” | A DUST Exclusive | 2K

Was anyone whispering "Pandora" in their ear?

Anime roundup 9/20/2018: All Our Yesterdays

In this week's viewing: Attack on Titan, We Rent Tsukumogami, and Steins;Gate 0 all confront the past in various senses of the phrase, and more!


Have I written this column before? Have I written this column before? Steve asks, as he takes a closer look at Groundhog Day, a classic “time-warp” movie with Bill Murray.

SW #23.4 – NYCC ’13 Interview With Rebecca Sugar & Ian...

Rebecca Sugar is an artist, composer and director who is best known for being a writer and storyboard artist on the series Adventure Time. Ian Jones-Quartey is a storyboard artist, animator and voice actor who supplies the voice of Wallow in Bravest Warriors. He has also served as a storyboard supervisor for Adventure Time and storyboard artist for Secret Mountain Fort Awesome and as art director for The Venture Bros.


Hey, Rocky, watch me pull movie reviews out of my hat! This week Steve goes back to the subject of a 2015 column: Studio Ghibli, which has continued releasing movies without even asking him! Are they good movies? Good?—just watch (er, read)!

Anime roundup 3/9/2017: Paranoia Doesn’t Still Mean They Aren’t Out To...

In this week's viewing: CHAOS;CHILD reaches maximum paranoia, Tanya the Evil is setting up a nasty surprise, and more!

Lost Forever? Out There – a 1951/1952 Science Fiction TV Series

Fans of classic science fiction have only infrequently been able to see adaptations of written science fiction on television or in movie theaters. Even...

Anime roundup 4/5/2018: The Monster Mash

In this week's viewing: It's the end of the season, it's the beginning of the season, it's full of crazy spooky things either way!

Anime roundup 2/5/2015: Going To the Dogs

In this week's viewing: Viewster gets its act together, Yatterwan, Anubis, and more!

Danger – Will Robinson (Lost in Space 2018)

Danger, Will Robinson! Reboot Detected!

Action Packed Sci-Fi Films | Sunday Night DUST

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Anime roundup 8/15/2019: The Man Behind the Curtain

In this week's viewing: Granbelm points to the real villain, The Ones Within casts aspersions on the GM, and more!

Anime roundup 8/20/2015: Missing Character Formation

In this week's viewing: How to develop characters by killing people off, and more!

Oblivion: Yet Another Heady, Action-Fueled Science Fiction Epic Falls Short of...

Joseph Kosinski’s Oblivion (2013) is a love letter to every science fiction film you’ve already seen, and a pretty beautiful one, at that, but...

Anyone For a Bit of DC on TV?

Marvel may have a lock on the big screen...but it looks like DC is going after the small one

Review: Star Trek – The Art of Juan Ortiz

In Star Trek: The Art of Juan Ortiz, the renowned artist Juan Ortiz has created a brilliant collection of movie posters, one for each of the eighty individual episodes of the original series.

Eli Roth Goes Digital

If you are a fan of Eli Roth (director of Cabin Fever and Hostel) then you will be excited that his next venture is...

Apple’s Big Announcement This Monday May Include Amazing Stories

Monday may be an historic day for Amazing Stories

Be Better Than Yesterday: Star Wars: Resistance Reborn by Rebecca Roanhorse

The reigning Best New Writer turns in a Star Wars novel

Zombies – To run or not to run…..

Zombies. You can’t turn the corner at the moment without some zombie-themed entertainment catching you eye. Personally, I love the genre. The idea of...

Q&A with Director Yedidya Gorsetman

If you love indie sci-fi in the style of PRIMER, then here’s a film you need to check out. Already playing in L.A. and...

David Fincher’s Alien 3, and What It Can Teach Us

According to my extensive academic research over at Wikipedia this afternoon, the third installment in Fox’s Alien Quadrilogy (’Cause why use the word tetralogy, right? What a...

Marvel vs DC at the Movies

Suyperhero films: Marvel succeeds, DC fails. Could the difference be one of character?

Game of Thrones – Back to the Start

Watching Game Of Thrones over again - this time with friends who have never seen the Red Wedding.

Anime roundup 6/14/2018: Vanishing Point

In this week's viewing: Hakyu Hoshin Engi finally makes good on its promise of massive destruction, Steins;Gate 0 and Megalobox look for witness protection, and more!