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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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Bumblebee (Transformers spin-off trailer).

June 5, 2018 | By | Reply More
Bumblebee (Transformers spin-off trailer).

Bumblebee is the spin-off Transformers movie starring Hailee Steinfeld and John Cena, and directed by Travis Knight. Here’s the first trailer for the flick. Coming December 2018. 

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The Magazine Of Fantasy & Science Fiction, Mar/Apr 2018, Volume 134 # 736 (magazine review)

June 5, 2018 | By | Reply More
The Magazine Of Fantasy & Science Fiction, Mar/Apr 2018, Volume 134 # 736  (magazine review)

I don’t always mention the art that graces the covers of ‘The Magazine Of Fantasy & Science Fiction’, so I’ll start this review by saying that I love the picture on the front of the March/April issue, beautifully painted by Cory and Catska Ench. It introduces us to the four main characters in the opening […]

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Denver Moon: The Minds Of Mars by Warren Hammond and Joshua Viola (book review)

June 5, 2018 | By | Reply More
Denver Moon: The Minds Of Mars by Warren Hammond and Joshua Viola   (book review)

‘Denver Moon: The Minds Of Mars is an SF adventure story set on the red planet but, due to a genetic condition our heroine, Denver Moon, can only see in black and white. Blood and gore are not so nasty that way and, in her career as a private investigator, she’s seen plenty. Denver is […]

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BBC hates sci-fi a little less, with Dangerous Visions.

June 2, 2018 | By | 2 Replies More
BBC hates sci-fi a little less, with Dangerous Visions.

Those who report back to us from the halls of the BBC usually describe an environment of high-brow condescension towards science fiction and fantasy. Many of the top brass actually hate SF with a passion, and would love to kill Doctor Who, for instance. They can’t because it’s a Moo-Moo-Money-Cow. But boy, do they ever […]

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The Teenage Fan Girl’s Guide to MCM London Comic-con (2017).

June 2, 2018 | By | 1 Reply More
The Teenage Fan Girl’s Guide to MCM London Comic-con (2017).

[Publisher’s note: This year, SFcrowsnest decided to send young reporter Isabel (along with her college friends) to MCM London Comic-con, as in a previous year our intrepid team managed to quadruple the average age of every hall at the con we walked into! As a student, she is, after all, their audience]. Feeling professional and […]

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The Aladdin Box: a short story by: GF Willmetts.

June 1, 2018 | By | Reply More
The Aladdin Box: a short story by: GF Willmetts.

Farday Lumo held in her glee. It had taken a long search and many caves, levering the slab out of the way and she now had found the legendary Aladdin Box. It wasn’t actually a box, at least on Earth. It looked more like an oil lamp, like the one from the Aladdin story, hence […]

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Year 2018! by James Blish (book review).

June 1, 2018 | By | 2 Replies More
Year 2018! by James Blish (book review).

I was doing some tidying up recently and came across this book in my trays before my review books became a way of life. With a name like ‘Year 2018!’ and we are living in 2018, it seems suitably apt to read this book by James Blish this year. I should point out that book […]

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