And now, part III of the Robot Scriptures
the producers had no understanding of what the books are about and no interest in finding out - Ursula K. Le Guin
This award winner will premiere tomorrow. Check out the trailer today
A look at each week's episodes by two opposing critics, presented in a conversational style
Happy Birthday to Sheldon. Happy Birthday to Sheldon. he looks like a physicist and probably smells like one too!
Is actively trying to contact ET a good idea? Dr. Vakoch thinks so.
In this week's viewing: Mushishi takes the week off, Nanana results in an informal poll about pronouns, and more!
An animated short film, created by a single animator; the technology sure has come a long way!
Trailer for the BBC's production of Mieville's The City and The CIty
Steve repeats (with lots of new edits) a column from 2013 about one of his favourite movie series.
Teenaged heart throbs abound in The Maze Runner
With a desire to fuse the style of classics such as 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY with modern films such as SUNSHINE and INTERSTELLAR, Currin and his crew are going old-school
ICON, an upcoming fan film, will make you believe a black man can fly
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.
In this week's viewing: ID: Invaded shows the villain's hidden side, Toilet-Bound Hanako-kun and Magia Record have fun with mirrors, and more!
In this week's viewing: Nanana and Brynhildr celebrate the power of friendship, and more!
Quantum physics calls in a plumber
Quantum travel may leave something behind
Peter F. Hamilton is coming to TV; here's what he thinks about that.
Six minutes until we're all baked potatoes
Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey with Neil deGrasse Tyson premeires tomorrow
There's something almost religious about this phenomenon – the knowledge that there was a select group of disciples to whom the truth had been revealed.
This week Steve retros back to 1958, taking a look at a fantasy musical, “Damn Yankees,” with Tab Hunter and Gwen Verdon. Did he like it? Seems like it, doesn’t it?
Websites Devoted To SF's Greatest (Serialized) Heroes - Buck Rogers & Flash Gordon
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
Two young women explore an alien planet, with the intention of opening a mysterious canister
Not Sagan's Contact, but an interesting animated take
Get drawn in to this apocalyptic vision, the first in a series
Summer premieres...so much antici....
The Fantastic Four is a victim of auteurism