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Project Blue Book (episode 10, season 1: trailer).

March 13, 2019 | By | Reply More
Project Blue Book (episode 10, season 1: trailer).

This X-Files-like take fictional take on the real Project Blue Book continues apace, with Washington getting buzzed by UFOs and the government covering it up by killing anyone who gets in their way. 

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Higgs & Soap: Galaxy Delivery: Vol. 1 by Tony Cooper (book review).

March 13, 2019 | By | Reply More
Higgs & Soap: Galaxy Delivery: Vol. 1 by Tony Cooper (book review).

Writing humour is very difficult as the audience for it is very variable. Not everyone appreciates the same kind of humour so tailoring it to a particular readership is an almost impossible task. As a result, it is best written for an audience of one, the author. With luck, there will also be others who […]

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Shattermoon (The Long Game book 1) by Dominic Dulley (book review).

March 12, 2019 | By | Reply More
Shattermoon (The Long Game book 1) by Dominic Dulley (book review).

Dominic Dulley’s debut novel ‘Shattermoon’ is a non-stop, action-packed space opera that’s full of entertainment and all of the classic ingredients of adventure you might want. On the surface it’s a regular mix of bandits, smugglers and imperial navy ships with a sassy heroine, but it quickly takes on a character and charm of its […]

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Life Like (SF movie: trailer).

March 6, 2019 | By | Reply More
Life Like (SF movie: trailer).

In science fiction movie Life Like, a young couple get a male android for help around the house, but problems arise when emotional evolution occurs. Hey, that’s what the re-set button is for!

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Sci-Fi Art Now by John Freeman (book review).

March 3, 2019 | By | Reply More
Sci-Fi Art Now by John Freeman (book review).

Finding some time to fit in books from what I bought over a couple years ago, I started with this one, ‘Sci-Fi Art Now’ by John Freeman. ‘By Now’ is actually 9 years ago but that has no bearing as art is good whatever the age. Once past the introductions by Chris Foss and John […]

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The 40th anniversary of Ridley Scott’s Alien is upon us.

March 3, 2019 | By | Reply More
The 40th anniversary of Ridley Scott’s Alien is upon us.

Alien will screen at cinemas across the UK and international territories from 1st March 2019 in a new 4K restoration of the original theatrical cut, to mark its 40th anniversary. The film was restored in 4K in 2018 by 20th Century Fox at Company 3/Deluxe Entertainment Services Group, supervised by Ridley Scott and Pam Dery. […]

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Tangent Room (2019) (a film review by Mark R. Leeper).

March 2, 2019 | By | Reply More
Tangent Room (2019) (a film review by Mark R. Leeper).

Four strangers in arcane branches of science find themselves imprisoned in a locked room and working on a problem that has strange metaphysical implications and whose solution might have serious and far-reaching implications and I mean ‘really far-reaching’. Directed by: Bjorn Engstrom and written by: Bjorn Engstrom. Rating: +1 (-4 to +4) or 6/10. I […]

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Dislocations (The Kon-Tiki Quartet #1) by Eric Brown and Keith Brooke (book review).

February 28, 2019 | By | Reply More
Dislocations (The Kon-Tiki Quartet #1) by Eric Brown and Keith Brooke (book review).

Eric Brown has a history of writing tetralogies of linked Science Fiction novellas for PS Publishing with recent examples including the ‘Starship Seasons’ quartet (2007-2012) and the ‘Telemass Quartet’ (2014-2017). ‘Dislocations’ is the first volume in another such series, he Kon-Tiki Quartet’, first published in April 2018. This time, though, Brown has written it in […]

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Broken Stars edited and translated by Ken Liu (book review).

February 28, 2019 | By | Reply More
Broken Stars edited and translated by Ken Liu (book review).

Like much of the Science Fiction community, I’ve become very excited about Chinese Science Fiction of late. I read Ken Liu’s first collection of translated works, ‘Invisible Planets’, and the four Liu Cixin novels that have been translated so far, as well as meeting Liu Cixin for an interview. This new collection ‘Broken Stars’, which […]

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Trish Trash: Rollergirl Of Mars Omnibus (Trish Trash Graphic Novels) by Jessica Abel (graphic novel review).

February 27, 2019 | By | Reply More
Trish Trash: Rollergirl Of Mars Omnibus (Trish Trash Graphic Novels) by Jessica Abel (graphic novel review).

‘Trish Trash: Rollergirl Of Mars Omnibus’ is a graphic novel by Jessica Abel with background and design by Lydia Roberts and colours by Walter. I’m not sure what background and design mean. Originally released in three parts, the story is here collected into one big lovely edition with full colour printed on shiny paper. Anyway, […]

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