Tag "Sci-Fi"

Throwback Thorsday: Flash Gordon

So, I’m too young to recall watching this at all, but my father watched it when he was a child. This serial sci-fi flick was the archetypal inspiration for early

Armenian girl auditions with a Fifth Element song

If you don’t already like The Voice, I certainly hope this changes your mind. Last April, this video was published; however, I’ve only recently seen it floating around from one

Interview with Russell Holly, Geek.com blogger and author of The Space Monster Anti-Survival Guide

Over the past few years, there have been several guides written to prepare you for the inevitable Zombie/Vampire/Potato monster invasions. Let’s be honest here, unless we turn off Netflix and

Automata, the sci-fi flick starring Antonio Banderas, will have you rooting for the robots

It seems like every sci-fi movie with robots always feature the machines turning against their masters, like the Terminator and The Matrix series. With the upcoming sci-fi flick, Automata, we’ll get to root for the robots

Top 10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Moms

In honor of Mother’s Day, I decided to do a Top 10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy moms list dedicated to the wonderful moms that have been written in our fandoms. They have been

Check out Scarlett Johansson’s new sci-fi flick: ‘Lucy’

No. She’s not playing Black Widow, but she does kick some ass like her Marvel counterpart. Scarlett Johansson’s new sci-fi action film Lucy is about a normal party girl living in

Gravity conspiracy theories – sci-fi talk

Here yee, here yee. Guess what? I really didn’t like the movie Gravity. As surprising as this is, a lot of people disagree with my opinion. Well, maybe not a

Movie Review: Paradox Alice

Let’s clear some things first… Paradox Alice is produced by Mako Pictures, creating low-budget films that possess interesting concepts. Often times involving a metamorphosis of some sort. Their previous movies are

First Look: The Search for Simon

In this whacky British Sci-Fi comedy The Search for Simon, we find David Jones searching for his brother Simon, who disappeared in 1979 without a trace. He has been obsessed

Pacific Rim review: The Kaijus and Jaegers collide

When I was a kid, whenever I’d feel small or lonely, I’d look up at the stars and wonder if there was life up there. Turns out, I was looking

Gay organization, Geeks OUT!, protests ‘Ender’s Game’

Ender’s Game is quickly becoming one of the most anticipated films of the fall season, but like many films, it is facing social protesting by gay organization Geeks Out. The

‘Under the Dome’: premiere episode review

From our tribal beginnings, humanity has developed two schools of thought regarding evil. One idea suggests that evil exists ‘out there’, as a dark force that seeks to destroy us.

Future Fashion

When people think of the future, visions of flying cars and hover boards crowd their brains. Maybe there will be colonies on Mars and our children will be taught by

Stop motion gods: In memory of Ray Harryhausen

The temple flickers in shades of black and red, our hero waits behind a pillar for what seems like ages. The guardian of this fetid palace slithers among the crumbling

Creation Entertainment’s Grand Slam Star Trek & Sci-Fi Summit!

This past weekend, I was fortunate enough to attend Creation Entertainment’s Grand Slam Star Trek & Sci-Fi Summit Convention in Burbank, CA. The entirety of the cast of Star Trek:

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