Well, 2023 news roundup begins with a bang: honeybees getting vaccinated, liquid blood extracted from a 4,000 year old foal, an amateur archaeologist solves cave drawing riddle, a two-legged fox eats spam, David Brin’s Uplif series reviewed, a Norman Spinrad newsletter announced, Allen Steele promises more Captain Future, Kubrick answers 2001 question, and, you guessed it, even MORE!
Fabien Lyraud gives a rundown of some of the highlights of August’s posts on Amazing Stories for French language readers.
Darren Slade has come late to the Avatar party, and has mixed feelings about what he found there.
Even if you have a stick, this is too much news to shake it at!
Film composer James Horner has died in a plane crash.
Steve looks at two “new” releases–classic SF by the late William Rotsler, multitalented fan, writer and artist.
A list of the top ten best Alien movies.
Science fiction and fantasy are taking over the realm of the Hollywood summer blockbuster, no question about it. Marvel Studios is gearing up to launch the Avengers franchise into space with the forthcoming Guardians of […]
Does fantasy fiction feed racism? An important distinction between literature and film is often elided. Arthur Conan Doyle on the classification of peoples and my thoughts on the Boston Marathon bombing.
Be warned, this post contains spoilers for this week’s Game of Thrones episode “And Now His Watch is Ended”. This morning I sat and watched Daenerys Stormborn finally grow up as she unleashed hell upon […]
Enemy Mine is a science fiction film from 1985, now released in a limited edition Blu-ray by Twilight Time. The film is based on, though greatly distorted from, the novella of the same name by […]
On Monday Skyfall was released on Blu-ray and DVD in the UK. Tomorrow Cloud Atlas will open in UK cinemas. Two films, poles apart. Skyfall, the 23th entry in probably the world’s longest running and […]