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LA Film Fest – ‘Europa Report’

Nearing Europa

Europa Report is “hard” sci-fi. That means that its plot cannot be separated from the science involved. Does that mean Europa Report is nerdy or boring? Absolutely not. Read More »

Missing Ben Edlund Already

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Veteran writer Ben Edlund will be leaving the writing staff to join the second season of Eric Kripke’s new show, Revolution. Read More »

TV Review: Once Upon a Time – “The Evil Queen”

Love, hate, revenge and the Evil Queen on this week's Once Upon a Time Read More »

Review: How Beauty Saved Beast by Jax Garren

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Blu-ray Review: Repo Man – The Criterion Collection

This cult classic resonates with its dryly comic look at a society that has lost its soul. Read More »

PC Game Preview: Defiance

Mediocre MMO that is expensive for what it is and is not saved by the TV tie-in. Read More »

An Interview with Best-Selling Science Fiction Novelist Kevin J. Anderson

In this exclusive interview, author Kevin J. Anderson talks about his work and the craft as he embarks on a book tour for his latest novel. Read More »

Book Review: Earth Girl by Janet Edwards

Debut novel Earth Girl, by Janet Edwards, is a fantastic Sci-Fi YA that is sure to delight readers of all ages. Read More »

Creation’s Grand Slam: The Star Trek Sci Fi Summit XVII, 2/16/13

Lazing on a sci fi afternoon. Read More »

Book Review: Wool by Hugh Howey

Calm down, knitting fans, this post-Apocalyptic yarn may not be about what you might think. Read More »