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By Tyler Regas | Combing the media desert for the sci-fi we all crave.

Syfy’s podcast series is being adapted into cool animated short films

The episodes will appear on TV and online<p>Last week, the Syfy channel unveiled its <i>Origin Stories</i> podcast, a series of 15 episodes featuring interviews between Adam Savage and a number of well-known celebrities within the geek world.<p>The episodes make for a couple of hours of solid listening, with the …

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A Sci-Fi Action Short Film: "SEAM" - by Master Key Films

YouTube

Seth MacFarlane's 'Star Trek' Homage 'The Orville' Is Being Absolutely Slated By Critics

"Ends up being a colossal dud"<p>Seth MacFarlane's sci-fi spoof <i>The Orville</i> is kicking off later this month in the US, but according to critics it might …

Star Trek

GHOST IN THE SHELL: VFX Breakdown by MPC

MPC have released this VFX Breakdown about their really nice work on GHOST IN THE SHELL:<p><b>WANT TO KNOW MORE?</b> <br>MPC: Dedicated page about GHOST IN THE …

Movies

5 Sci-Fi and Fantasy Books Inspired by Jewish History and Culture

The Jewish people have a strong tradition of storytelling, and a bountiful literary heritage of heroes, myths, and fable to draw upon. Despite that, …

Science Fiction

9 sci-fi novels to read while waiting for Star Wars and Star Trek

With <i>Star Trek: Discovery</i> not arriving until the fall-ish and <i>Star Wars: Episode VIII</i> (is <i>The Last Jedi</i> singular or plural? Why is the title font in …

Science Fiction

August 26 in Sci-Fi History: Chris Pine and the War of the Worlds

It was on this day in 1980 that <b>Chris Whitelaw Pine entered this world</b>. Get pumped, people.

Movies

Videos: Top 10 SCARIEST Sci-Fi Games

This is a new video from WatchMojo that lists the top 10 scariest sci-fi games. Everyone loves a good scare, whether it be from watching a movie or …

Science Fiction

Brian Aldiss (1925-2017) not only wrote memorable science-fiction, but also defined the genre

The British writer of, among others, The Helliconia Trilogy, died on August 19 at the age of 92.<p>Two days after the grand old man of British – and …

Science Fiction

15 Shocking Things You Never Knew About Stargate SG-1

<b>Stargate SG-1</b> has the honour of being the longest running North American science-fiction spinoff series with 214 episodes spanning over 10 seasons. …

TV

Quiz: This is the end – final scenes in Science Fiction

Science Fiction holds some of the very best closing scenes in cinematic and television history. From the perspective-altering Statue of Liberty …

Science Fiction

'Buck Rogers' Ownership at Center of Coming Trial

Descendants of the author battle descendants of the publisher.<p>Buck Rogers isn't quite as well-known as Luke Skywalker, Captain James T. Kirk or Flash …

Science Fiction

'Archangel' Trailer Teases Latest William Gibson Book (Exclusive)

The new video is released ahead of the upcoming collection of the 'Neuromancer' author's first comic book project.<p>To build the world of tomorrow, …

Comics

Speculative Fiction on Tap: Revenge of the SF

Time for another round of my two favorite things in the world: books and beer! I’m going to pair local Colorado beers – because I live in the land of …

Science Fiction

The far out work of Frank R. Paul, the ‘Father of Science Fiction Art’

A remarkable black and white illustration by Frank R. Paul. <br>Hailing from Austria, pulp novel and comic book artist Frank R. Paul (born Rudolf Franz …

Science Fiction

Is the tide turning for Australian sci-fi on the small screen?

Netflix’s planned Australian TV series Tidelands has been met with excitement from a country not known for its sci-fi. Tidelands will focus on an …

Science Fiction

The Better Halves of Three Pioneering Science Fiction Writing Couples

And yet, despite the strong female presence in science fiction and fantasy awards over the past few years, women still face struggles in the field, …

Science Fiction

Interviews: Director Ian Truitner Talks About His Sci-Fi Film Beyond The Trek

Beam up one of the most exciting science-fiction adventures of the month, <i>Beyond the Trek</i> available September 5 from Screen Media. <br>Winner of at least …

Star Trek

The Best Sci-Fi Films Of The Seventies

Mr Stanley Kubrick’s <i>2001: A Space Odyssey</i> was released at the tail end of the 1960s and was arguably the catalyst for an ascendant, modern age of …

Science Fiction

Cultural Diversity in Sci-Fi/Fantasy

Bring diversity into your reading world with these four books action-packed with magic, dystopian futures, mutant creatures, and time travel.Click …

Books

Oscar Isaac calls his new sci-fi film 'very weird and very beautiful'

<i>Stars Wars</i> and <i>Inside Llewyn Davis</i> actor Oscar Isaac has described his new science fiction film <i>Annihilation</i> (out Feb. 23, 2018) as “very weird and very beautiful.” Directed by Alex Garland, (who previously worked with Isaac on 2015’s <i>Ex Machina</i>) this adaptation of Jeff VanderMeer’s novel stars …

Science Fiction

The kid from "Freaks and Geeks" created a new sci-fi drama, and we're so proud of our ‘lil Sam Weir

Gather round, ’cause we’re about to blow your minds: Fox is developing a sci-fi drama created, written, and executive produced by John Francis Daley,</i> …

TV

A Man Out of Fashion by Chen Qiufan (audio)

This episode features "A Man Out of Fashion" written by Chen Qiufan. Originally published in Chinese in Science Fiction World, October 2014. …

Science Fiction

27 Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Books to Read in September

Is your bookshelf feeling lonely? Here are 27 titles that will make it happy again! This month's batch of tantalizing science fiction and fantasy …

Science Fiction

The Top 40 Sci-Fi Movies of the 21st Century

From space-invader thrillers to interstellar-overdrive headscratchers, we're counting down the best science fiction films since the turn of the …

Movies

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets hoping China saves its box office run

<b>Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets</b> is resting its box office hopes on China.<p>After a dismal time at the U.S. box office and overseas …

Science Fiction

‘The Massacre of Mankind’: a sequel to H.G. Wells’s ‘The War of the Worlds’

At the close of H.G. Wells’s 1898 novel “The War of the Worlds,” the Martian invaders are all dead, having succumbed to the bacteria that infest our planet and against which they had never built up resistance. While something of a surprise ending, Wells had nonetheless prepared the reader for it …

Literature

Science fiction helps us deal with science fact: a lesson from Terminator's killer robots

Further calls this week for a crackdown on the development of lethal autonomous weapons has led to the usual rush of references to killer robots in …

Science Fiction

Here’s Why ‘Terminator 2’ Is Still a Stone Cold Classic 20 Years on

It’s easy to dismiss a sequel as just a cash cow follow-up to a successful film, but there’s a number of sophomore features that manage to match (and …

Science Fiction