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The Domestics (post-apocalyptic movie trailer).

June 23, 2018 | By | Reply More
The Domestics (post-apocalyptic movie trailer).

Here’s a trailer for Kate Bosworth and Tyler Hoechlin’s new film, in which they star in post-apocalyptic science fiction movie The Domestics, in cinemas 29th June 2018. Looks a bit like a sub-Mad Max affair set in a collapsed post-apocalyptic USA, where a married couple have to survive a 250 mile journey trying to reach […]

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Bad Peter (DUST Original SF short film).

June 21, 2018 | By | Reply More
Bad Peter (DUST Original SF short film).

Don’t watch if you’re pregnant with a nervous disposition. Today DUST released its first exclusive sci-fi original short “Bad Peter” from director Zach Strauss. This short starring Frankie Shaw (SMILF) follows an expecting mother forced into a humiliating birthing regiment by her personal automated assistant who thinks it knows what’s best for her and her […]

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3 Of A Perfekt Pear by Daniel C. Smith (ebook review).

June 15, 2018 | By | Reply More
3 Of A Perfekt Pear by Daniel C. Smith (ebook review).

This little book contains three stories by Daniel C. Smith, all of which were first published in ‘The Fifth Di…’. Nomadic Delirium Press has an enlightened policy of putting out these one author collections so that readers who like the writer can garner a bunch of his stuff cheap. I like Daniel C. Smith. As […]

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After Atlas (Planetfall book 2) by Emma Newman (book review).

June 15, 2018 | By | Reply More
After Atlas (Planetfall book 2) by Emma Newman (book review).

‘Planetfall’ was a fabulously engaging novel of deep characterisation and otherworldy intrigue that left me highly impressed. ‘After Atlas’ and ‘Before Mars’ are both dubbed as ‘Planetfall’ novels, as they are set in the same universe, but the stories are seemingly unconnected other than a shared background and references to the departure of Atlas, the […]

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The Tulku Of Titan And The Terror Of Titan by Mike Morgan (ebook review).

June 15, 2018 | By | 1 Reply More
The Tulku Of Titan And The Terror Of Titan by Mike Morgan (ebook review).

‘The Tulku Of Titan And The Terror Of Titan’ is a short book so I won’t have a lot to say. I picked it up because I have read and enjoyed Mike Morgan’s stories in various magazines. This batch of two stories was put out by Nomadic Delirium Press, who bundle up works previously published […]

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Because Canadians have science fiction awards, too (Sunburst long-list 2018).

June 12, 2018 | By | 2 Replies More
Because Canadians have science fiction awards, too (Sunburst long-list 2018).

When the Canadian’s leader isn’t winding up Trumpy Trump and cheating the USA in their trade deals, their fair country also produce excellent science fiction works. To prove it, here’s the 2018 long-list for the Sunburst Award for Excellence in Canadian Literature of the Fantastic. Below are the long-listed works: Adult Fiction Janie Chang, Dragon […]

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Away (to Mars with new Netflix series).

June 12, 2018 | By | Reply More
Away (to Mars with new Netflix series).

Netflix has a new ten episode science fiction TV series on the way, called Away. It’s being made by Universal Television. No news of a release date, yet. Here’s its blurb… Loosely inspired by Chris Jones’ Esquire article of the same name, Away is an epic love story and a thrilling tale of survival set against humanity’s […]

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Predator (new trailer).

June 10, 2018 | By | Reply More
Predator (new trailer).

Here’s another trailer for the new Predator flick. We’re back into Predators on Earth doing some hunting territory – possibly with some sneaky human-Predator hybrid tech developed by the US Military coming into play.

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Mortal Engines (steampunk movie: second trailer).

June 6, 2018 | By | Reply More
Mortal Engines (steampunk movie: second trailer).

Here’s the second trailer for Peter Jackson’s upcoming adaption of the steampunk-scifi Mortal Engines novel. It’s looking very interesting at least from a visual point of view – like someone breathed life into Stephen Hunt’s Jackelian books. I mean, come on, Court of the Air, anyone? Definitely a flick to watch.

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Literature® by Guillermo Stitch (book review)

June 6, 2018 | By | 1 Reply More
Literature® by Guillermo Stitch  (book review)

‘Literature®’ is an odd little book. That’s odd in an odd way, not odd in a bad way and that’s partly due to it being set in an alternative universe where things are just a bit different to what we consider normal in this universe. You can’t even put a date on when the events […]

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