In our The Treehouse review, we're in awe of what this blend of documentary filmmaking and science fiction manages to pull off.
The science fiction genre is often overlooked, but it shouldn't be. The stories found within are rich in characters, worlds, and nuance. Here are 12 classic sci-fi novels everyone should read.
As previously discussed, it’s possible to do such a thorough job of destroying a civilization that all knowledge of it is lost…at least until inexplicable relics start to turn up. One example: the …
Looking for your next read? Take a trip into the future with our pick of the best science fiction novels of all time
Jeannette Ng, who won the prize this year, said the man it was named after “set the tone of science fiction that still haunts the genre.”
Join us on Wednesday, October 9 at noon Pacific for the Designing Sci-Fi Hack Chat with Seth Molson! We all know the feeling of watching a movie set in a galaxy far, far away and seeing something t…
From The Wasp Factory to the infamous I Have No Mouth And I Must Scream, here are some sci-fi books too scary for movie adaptations.
Right before Star Wars, a British sci-fi series mixed Star Trek-level science fiction with trippy '70s grooviness. That show was Space: 1999 and it rocks.
The show that pushed Star Trek (and 1993 television) to the structural limits.
From The Box to Scanners, here are some truly underrated sci-fi masterpieces. Genre fans owe it to themselves to check them out.
Note: I write a monthly column for the Czech SF/F magazine XB-1. The magazine's October 2016 issue is a special horror-themed edition and I was asked to write about the problematic heritage of H. P. Lovecraft. Which I did. The column caused a bit of controversy when it was published, with a
In 1982, E.T. found himself stranded on Earth, Flynn was transported to the world of Tron, and Dekkard discovered he, too, was a Replicant. But, nothing that happened in this pivotal year for genre movies was as wild as a moment from the highly anticipated second Star Trek movie, The Wrath of Kahn.
New space operas, apocalypses, and alien encounters