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Babylon 5 is Now Available for Streaming with Amazon Prime Membership

By | June 20, 2018
 

 Babylon 5 is the galaxy-spanning saga that centers around the titular station which serves as neutral meeting ground for all the races and nations of the known galaxy. Humans, Minbari, Narn, Centauri, and the Vorlons are the major powers who start out the series with a tentative peace, but when the ancient beings known as the Shadows arrive,… Read More »

Sci Fi Box Office: The Incredibles 2 Has an Incredible Opening Weekend

By | June 19, 2018
 

 The long awaited sequel to 2004’s The Incredibles hit the theater this past weekend and delivered the largest opening ever for an animated film. It landed at the top spot at the Box Office and pulled in $183 million which also makes it the eighth largest opening of all-time domestically. This one is currently on track to make… Read More »

Sci Fi Shorts: Hope

By | June 16, 2018
 

 Description: With the world ablaze, a lone survivor must preserve all life before meeting his fate. Hope follows Dr. Jacob Thorn’s final act to ensure humanity’s future after all life is wiped out by an asteroid impact. High above Earth in a space station built solely for this task Thorn has to cope with unimaginable loss as he… Read More »

This Week in Sci Fi TV: Aeon Flux Live Action Series in the Works, Behind the Scenes Shakeup for Star Trek Discovery, and More

By | June 15, 2018
 

 Aeon Flux Will Return to Television as a Live-Action Series MTV announced this week that it is working on a live-action reboot of Aeon Flux which started as an animated serial on Liquid TV in the 90’s and was followed by an animated series.  Teen Wolf‘s Jeff Davis will be working on the scripts for the new series and… Read More »

The Anti-Blockbusters: Battle for Terra

By | June 14, 2018
 

 We are in the midst of Summer Blockbuster season (see our rundown at this link), but in case you would like a respite from the mega-dollar, CGI-overload films, here’s a look at some genre entries from the past decade or so that delivered great movies without relying on a big-budget or excessive special effects. Rating: 4 out of 5… Read More »

Sons of Taldra: A Science Fiction Adventure

By | June 13, 2018
 

 In an alternate reality, an Iroquois scientist and her twin sons battle shapeshifting aliens. Telius wants to marry the man he loves. Argen struggles with the residual effects of a deadly drug addiction. Both twins help their mother face Valchondria’s greatest threats. Taldra accepted the title of Leader for Valchondria’s one-world government. Maintainer Admiral Nil blames her for… Read More »

Sci Fi Box Office: Hereditary Opens Strong, Hotel Artemis Not Doing Good Business

By | June 12, 2018
 

 Two indy genre films opened at the Box Office this weekend with one doing quite well while the other failed to draw much interest. The horror film Hereditary opened in the Number 4 slot with with a $14 million domestic tally and $17 million worldwide. That may seem pretty small compared to the opening weekends of blockbusters like… Read More »

Classic Sci Fi: The Holes Around Mars by Jerome Bixby

By | June 10, 2018
 

 This story, originally printed in the Galaxy Science Fiction magazine, is one of many classic sci fi eTexts from the pulp magazines available from Project Gutenberg. Below is their text version and it is also available in multiple formats at this link. And be sure to search the Project Gutenberg site for the many classic sci fi eTexts it… Read More »

This Week in Sci Fi TV: HBO Orders First Game of Thrones Prequel, Joss Whedon is Returning to Television, and More

By | June 9, 2018
 

 The First Game of Thrones Prequel is On the Way HBO has given the greenlight to the first of what could be several prequels / spin-offs from Game of Thrones. This one comes from Jane Goldman (Kingsman, Kick-Ass) and George R.R. Martin and following is the official synopsis given by the cable service: Taking place thousands of years… Read More »

The Anti-Blockbusters: Moon

By | June 7, 2018
 

 We are in the midst of Summer Blockbuster season (see our rundown at this link), but in case you would like a respite from the mega-dollar, CGI-overload films, here’s a look at some genre entries from the past decade or so that delivered great movies without relying on a big-budget or excessive special effects. Rating: 4 ½ out of… Read More »