“When I paint, I liberate monsters They are the manifestations of all the doubts, searches and groping for meaning and expression which all artists experience. One does not choose the content, one submits to it.” […]
Giving directors free reign might not have been a good idea.
A review of Jorge Valentin Miño’s short story collection Today is Another Day
Monsters have always been with us in genre fiction, in ancient myths, and fairy tales. But are they ever new?
Grabbers must be a really good flick – this is our third independent review of this film!
Peter F. Hamilton is one of Britain’s best-selling SF authors. Hamilton’s novels hark back to the great days of science fiction, reveling in big ideas and unafraid to tackle hard science.
A while back I did a few articles regarding “science horror“, or works where the tropes of both SF and horror are blended together to create a gory speculative fun house. Recently, however, I began […]
Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin Shelley, while on holiday, visited Lord Byron’s Villa Diodati near Lake Geneva in 1816. Percy Shelley, her lover and future husband, and two close friends entertained Lord Byron, over several days, with […]