Review: Captain America: Civil War – 147 Minutes of Immense Fun

DC characters ought to generate more compelling stories, but...

“Did it come true?”: the Question That Dogs Movies Like Blade...

Inevitably, almost everything “predicted” in movies set in the near future doesn’t happen.

Review: Childhood’s End, Nite 1

the producers had no understanding of what the books are about and no interest in finding out - Ursula K. Le Guin

Sci-Fi Short Film “Good Luck Jeffrey Brown” presented by DUST

Anything we say about this short may give away the ending, so we'll just leave it at - watch


Steve concludes his three-part review of James Cameron’s “near-perfect” SF movie, Aliens. Was it too much detail, just right, or too little? You tell us!

Anime roundup 3/12/2020: The Ties That Bind

In this week's viewing: Welcome to Demon School leaves on a high note, Magia Record forms a family, and more!

Sci-Fi Short Film: “Grapefruit & Heat Death!” | DUST

The Heat Death of the Universe in one easy lesson

Fan Approved Sci-Fi Short Films | Sunday Night DUST

A good series of shorts from DUST, just in time to get your SF week off to a good start

COSMOS Premieres Tomorrow

Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey with Neil deGrasse Tyson premeires tomorrow

Here Comes the Lull

It's seriously getting close to the end of the 2012/2013 season. Next week May will be here and with it comes a bunch of...

Review: The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

Samantha cries and gets scared while watching the latest in the Hunger Games' franchise of film - Catching Fire.

Agent Carter Gets Her Own Short

We never got to find out what happened to Peggy Carter after Captain America left her.

Noticias literatura y cine 24-7

Ya disponible el nº 6 del fanzine de la TerBi Ya está disponible el número 6 del fanzine de la TerBi. Es un especial, de...

The Big Bang Theory Recap: S:9, E: 17: The Celebration...

Happy Birthday to Sheldon. Happy Birthday to Sheldon. he looks like a physicist and probably smells like one too!

Pixar and the Triumph of Storytelling

Those of us who like genre tales know that the boldest and most intelligent story-tellers often deal in SF and fantasy. In Hollywood today, many of them also work in animation.

Telling Dracula Untold

A preview of the upcoming film Dracula Untold

Anime roundup 5/22/2014: Strange. Weird. Eerie.

In this week's viewing: Mushishi takes the week off, Nanana results in an informal poll about pronouns, and more!

New “Picard” Trailer, and a Release Date

Star Trek: Picard. (Just wondering when we're going to see Star Trek: Kirk, or Star Trek: Sisko, or even - my vote - Star Trek: McCoy

Salvage: A short animated film by Geoffrey James

An animated short film, created by a single animator; the technology sure has come a long way!

Sending Messages: A Chat with METI’S Doug Vakoch

Is actively trying to contact ET a good idea? Dr. Vakoch thinks so.

Interview with Director Cidney Hue

Frimn Sailor Moon to Ovum

Sci-Fi Short Film “The Long Slow Flight of the Ashbot”presented by...

And now, part III of the Robot Scriptures

The Giver Gives

The Giver, both the film and the book, deserve more attention than they've been getting.

The Big Bang Theory Recap: S9 E15 The Valentino Submergence

Fun With Flags for Valentine's Day.

Les webséries françaises

French television is seemingly uninterested in SF and fantasy subjects: enter the web series.

The Orville Season 2 Trailer

Six minutes until we're all baked potatoes

Anime roundup 6/5/2014: Friendship Is Magic

In this week's viewing: Nanana and Brynhildr celebrate the power of friendship, and more!

Film Review: The Visit

Bad filmmakers who make bad films don’t spark long winded epics about their awfulness

ABSOLUTE ZERO: Cool Websites, Very Cool

Websites Devoted To SF's Greatest (Serialized) Heroes - Buck Rogers & Flash Gordon