Steve reviews the new horror movie Malignant, with Annabelle Wallis. He liked parts of it and disliked other parts. Overall, it was a “thumbs down” for him.
New Spanish language releases, periodicals, films and more in this monthly roundup
Mr. Sci Fi’s new television series – Space Command, featuring Mira Furlan
A Chinese vision of the near future
If you think we’ve had some overloaded seasons recently, you haven’t seen anything yet!
A humble domestic servant awaits the return of his loved ones…
“Sueños de Herrumbe” (Devil’s Language Editorial) by José Horacio Porcayo presented; LPD Magazine offered a discussion of how to make a letter of myths and legends; The first issue of the digital magazine Cranio Feliz released.
I first read Isaac Asimov’s Foundation series while riding the bus to bowling team practice when I was in high school. I was a huge science fiction fan at the time, my friends knew it and they teased me about somehow having missed this seminal series. I finally succumbed to their hounding. It wasn’t that […]
When Off-World Officer Cole Freeman finds the missing research vessel ATROPA, he discovers an inconsistency in the ship logs. He wakes the crew from hypersleep, and they soon find themselves caught up in a much bigger mystery. Series Description: A troubled Off-World cop, running from his past, finds himself slammed directly into it when he boards the mysterious spaceship ATROPA.
SF Cinema is generating academic interest
In this week’s viewing: Another series is done for the season but Higurashi is still with us, and more!
New for September – books, magazines, events, film and more
In this week’s viewing: Welcome to Demon School is the first to bow out as we near the end of the season, and more!
In this week’s viewing: Sonny Boy has a backstory with an important message, Welcome to Demon School demonstrates how not to date, and more!
Books, magazine, film & tv releases
In the future, a Hawaiian astronaut makes the next great leap for his planet, his family, and himself. Tonight is his last chance.
Kaya Torres is circling a black hole in a pod, with no one coming, no one to help. She’s Alone.
2 friends, 1 giant fish, and the photo that changed their world.
A Russian astronaut wakes up after an accident to discover he’s stranded on a space station module, but when a strange visitor arrives he begins to wonder if he’s losing his mind.
A bottom-feeding lawyer is presented with several opportunties he can’t refuse.
A lone robot walks the desolate landscape in search of a new life. It finds one in a unexpected place.
In this week’s viewing: Magia Record and Peach Boy Riverside both need some translation-induced confusion cleared up, and more!
A young woman must traverse an alternate dimension in order to save the world from a fatal form of insomnia. NOTE: Flashing lights warning and language warning.
In this week’s viewing: Magia Record reminds us that everything is really applied physics, Welcome to Demon School knows what big piles of energy are for, and more!
In the future, dreams have been privatized. Carlos will risk anything to have one last dream to see his missing family.
In this week’s viewing: We’re back to a full lineup as Magia Record finally returns!
A self-conscious man tries to make a connection on a new dating app.
In this week’s viewing: Our final new show of the season at last, and a lineup finally takes shape.
Literatura Un antiguo artículo de J. Jay Jones sobre Theodore Sturgeon está entre los favoritos de este mes. Ernest Lilley nos recomienda qué leer en julio en cuanto a la ciencia ficción. En su serie CLUBHOUSE, R. Graeme Cameron nos reseña el libro “Axis of Andes: WW2 in South America, an Alternate History” de D.G. […]
The discovery of a time machine sets up the possibility of an unforgettable adventure for George and Lori…ten minutes at a time.