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The Martian

The last few years have provided us with a mixed bag of big sci fi films. The best have had some script issues but been carried through by other elements of the film (Gravity), some failed to realise that mindless ...

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Killjoys: Ass kicking imminent

Are you still suffering from AFW – Acute Firefly Withdrawal? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. I may have the answer, though let’s be real for a minute – nothing will ever be as good as Firefly, so don’t expect that. ...

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Hugo voters take affirmative action

The Hugo awards have been steeped in controversy this year. The Sad Puppies, as well as the even more politically extreme Rabid Puppies, took advantage of low voting turn-out in the nominations ballots in order to flood the ballot with ...

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Supreme: Blue Rose by Warren Ellis

Writing any story – be it in novel, film, or comic form – about time, parallel universes, or anything similar is always difficult. How do write about such a complex idea without getting lost in the science and craziness? How ...

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Terminator: Genisys

The Terminator franchise has had its hardships over the years. In truth, it is a pity it is regarded as a franchise. The first film is a wonderfully grungy and taut action thriller with more than a little horror in ...

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Time Salvager by Wesley Chu

Time Salvager is another SF novel that has been massively hyped before it even hit shelves. The book is due to publish on July 7th but has already been optioned for a film adaptation with Michael Bay signed on to ...

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