Just about everybody but me (and my wife) says M3GAN is a good sf/horror/comic film. I didn’t find it good SF, terribly horrifying, or in the least funny. YMMV. I just didn’t get it.
More praise for Clare Winger Harris, Charles R Tanner and the Cents of Wonder, Science Fiction’s First Award Winners anthology on the Postcards From A Dying World Podcast.
Welcome to the amazing future world of 2023! Flying cars, energy-positive fusion, and trips to the moon are all on the menu (finally), but probably not in your driveway, basement, or vacation planner. Fortunately, the […]
Dwayne (“The Rock” at one time) Johnson has long wanted to play Black Adam in a movie. Unfortunately, he is not well served by the move he got. Read Steve’s opinion on this mess of a wanna-be blockbuster.
Melville House Publishing, HB, £20.00 Reviewed by Rym Kechacha Describing a book as a philosophical novel of ideas might induce dread in some. You might be thinking about info dumps, quotations from obscure German thinkers, […]
Orbit Books. h/b. £14.99 Reviewed by Elloise Hopkins Professor Emily Wilde was, in fact, the youngest professor to have been appointed to Cambridge University, where she has happily spent her years researching and documenting the […]
As my followers will know by now, I’m an avid speculative fiction fan. I spend a considerable amount of time scouring noteworthy sites, searching for suggestions and ideas for books to add to my reading […]
Reviewed by Joely Black Jackdaw is one of the most unusual novels I’ve read. It is not a conventional fantasy story but an exploration of creativity, sanity, and perhaps even the nature of art and truth […]
“Literatura Fantástica” repasa lo publicado en 2022 Última entrada del año del portal Literatura Fantástica con un repaso de las Novedades más destacadas de 2022. 66 libros en 52 semanas. Consulta las estadísticas por editorial, […]
“I’ve been a fan of Octavia Butler since reading my first novel by her, “Mind of My Mind,” about a vampiric telepath named Doro: an immortal from Africa that devours your soul, so he can […]
Felicia, Lizbeth Rose’s half-sister and a student at the Grigori Rasputin school in San Diego—capital of the Holy Russian Empire—is caught between her own secrets and powerful family struggles. As a granddaughter of Rasputin, she […]
OBIR: Occasional Biased and Ignorant Reviews reflecting this reader’s opinion. Operation Orkney – by William Meikle Publisher: Note: William Meikle is a prolific Scottish author who has lived for many years in Newfoundland. He’s published […]
Months after the devastating battle between the Sons of St. Druon and the witches of Haxahaven, Frances has built a quiet, safe life for herself, teaching young witches and tending the garden within the walls […]
Fecha de publicación: Setiembre de 2022 Páginas:59 Editorial: ONDINA ediciones. El libro llegó a mis manos directo de Ferrol, A Coruña y debo confesarle a la autora española sobre mis nervios iniciales para leer el […]
I’ve followed Derek Künsken’s Quantum Evolution series ever since coming across a reference to him on a website last year. And needless to say, I haven’t been disappointed one bit, as Künsken’s first two offerings, […]
If you’re looking for something different to usher in the New Year, look no further: Dysfunctional families; con jobs gone wrong; ghost parents; galaxy-spanning opera; and philosophical & temporal dilemmas, are just a few of […]
Is Netflix trolling for viewers? This is the first Norwegian troll movie since 2010’s Troll Hunter, so I guess it’s about time, eh? This is a Netflix movie, and it’s got a middling score on IMDB (5.9). But it’s an okay watch, really. Popcorn from the fjords!
OBIR: Occasional Biased and Ignorant Reviews reflecting this reader’s opinion. FUSION FRAGMENT MAGAZINE #14 – November 2022. Publisher: Fusion Fragment, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Editor: Cavan Terrill Cover Art: Carly Allen-Fletcher The Years Lie in Wait […]
This IS your father’s STAR WARS. This is STAR WARS for adults who can follow a plot
A passion project very much worth the price of admission.
While trying to find a “good old” SF movie, Steve stumbles on a 1958 epic called “Space Master X-7,” which is kind of a pre-apocalyptic movie. Will the world end?
They write and read Science Fiction in Canada, too!
A review of a Peruvian Science Fiction anthology that explains that “Yes, the DO write Science Fiction in Peru”
A profile of horror writer Carlos Trujillo
Extremely interesting, intellectually stimulating and more than just entertainment…though it is very entertaining!
Steve’s “new” (revised) column 240 cum 354, in which he tries to do teeny-tiny reviews of 27 movies. Let us know if he succeeds or falls flat on his face. Boo!
Bailey Kingsmere was a talented and ambitious entertainer on an interstellar cruise liner when her ship was destroyed in an accident. She escaped in a defective cryonic lifepod, which eventually drifted out of the Sectors entirely and crashed on a primitive planet. This is what happened BEFORE the lawsuit
In this issue – EVERYTHING for EVERYBODY!
In the latest issue of F&SF magazine: The reality of making First Contact; revenge, decades in the planning & execution; heartbroken sea beasts; incensed Santa’s, and photography hating cults are just some of the themes we’ll be considering.
Graeme tackles the latest anthology from Amazing Stories publishers, an “historical treasure”.