I love the “day repeating itself” trope and so was eager to watch the movie “Map of Tiny Perfect Things”
In this week’s viewing: Higurashi reveals some shared identities, Otherside Picnic hints it might do the same thing, and more!
In this week’s viewing: Higurashi turns the screws further, Attack on Titan has a jailbreak, and more!
A visual tone poem
Another “robot companion” tale, this one with some flaws
The new movie Monster Hunter is based on a Capcom video game. Does it make a good movie? Steve thinks it’s kind of enjoyable as long as you don’t think too hard about it.
In this week’s viewing: Higurashi demonstrates that being BFFs isn’t always the greatest, Attack on Titan explores diplomacy, and more!
Village of the Damned, Sri Lankan style
New technologies bring new forms of relationship
On the night of February 12, 1949, the city of Quito-Ecuador was moved by the alleged news of a Martian invasion
This week’s spanish language roundup
In this week’s viewing: Everyone gets a flashback, but only Higurashi can manage a flashback to the future!
Confused. Non-logical. But it does have duct tape.
In this week’s viewing: Higurashi gets ready for another go-round, Attack on Titan goes in for another helping of revenge, and more!
In this week’s viewing: Higurashi’s and Attack on Titan’s new protagonists try not fighting, Otherside Picnic explores bad relationship choices, and more!
A deep dive into the mind of a Co & Crossplayer.
A short vision of AI, with a hook.
Damien G. Walter talks Blade Runner 2049 and the films hidden allegory.
Tanya reflects on the rise and popularity of spanish language posts on Amazing Stories
In this week’s viewing: The last few winter premieres, and too many good shows to keep on keeping up with.
This film is a presentation of advanced digital effects, including renderings of humans.
A different kind of Matrix
Coffee will be an important component of deep space exploration.
An examination of AI as presented in 2001: A Space Odyssey
Science fiction’s rich tradition in the short story realm is something that can’t be argued. Over the years, countless well-known, best-selling sci-fi authors have gotten their start with publications in pulp magazines like Amazing Stories. First published in March-April 1926, Amazing Stories was the first magazine dedicated fully to science fiction—making it a pioneer for magazines like Analog (1930) and The […]
In this week’s viewing: Some premieres to start 2021 off on the right foot, and a less right foot as well.
In a near future Los Angeles everyone sees the city through their own set of augmented reality contact lenses.
And now, December.
Catch-up with Tanya’s round=up of notable releases in November