science fiction

  1. Rocket Babe - Ant Men

    Rocket Babe - Ant Men

    Cover art for the new Rocket Babe edition, Ant Men! Native American legend has it that long ago two very different groups of aliens came from the distant stars to this planet. One, to show the way to enlightenment, good health and prosperity. The other, to plunder, consume and dominate.
  2. Erik Martin Willen

    Sci-Fi I’ll like to share some fantastic news…

    My new science fiction series hit #1 on several lists on the Amazon last week. below are a couple pictures. Thank to everyone. NASTRAGULL: Pirates An epic space adventure that holds danger at every turn... The human cadets on the interstellar transport, Bright Star, are heading home...
  3. T.J.Wolf

    Aliens Out-Of-Place-Artifacts

    Ivan T. Sanderson coined the term Out-Of-Place-Artifact to describe an anomalous object found in a geological formation where it should not be located, according to conventional science--because it is "too advanced" for the time period. Discovery often leads to speculation about alien...
  4. J

    Sci-Fi Help a new science fiction author get published!

    I'm promoting a book that I have written and attempting to get published through Inkshares, which is a crowdfunding service for aspiring novelists. My book "To Live and Die in Avalon" is a combination of classic science fiction serials and sixties spy movies starring a strong female lead. Here's...
  5. Kevin

    Sci-Fi Second Chance (Fox)

    Second Chance is a new sci-fi series on Fox that officially premiered on January 13, 2016. A thrilling new action-drama about a man brought back to life by two scientists playing god in the quest to save one of their own lives. Seventy-five-year-old JIMMY PRITCHARD (guest star Philip Baker...
  6. Anthony G Williams

    Sci-Fi Black Man, by Richard Morgan

    Black Man, by Richard Morgan This is the third book by this author I have read, the first two being Altered Carbon and Broken Angels (only the second of which is reviewed here – I read the first one before starting this blog). Black Man, known as Thirteen in the USA, was published in 2007 and...
  7. Anthony G Williams

    Sci-Fi Tripped (2015)

    TV – Tripped (2015) Tripped is a curious little four-part SFF comedy shown on the UK TV Channel E4 in December. Long-term friends Danny and Milo are two young men in present-day England; Milo is a drug-taking slacker while Danny is trying to become respectable. They are shocked to discover that...
  8. ryanseanoreilly

    Sci-Fi Book Review: "1984" George Orwell (podcast)

    Review: "Nineteen Eighty-Four" by George Orwell (5 Stars) Ages like a fine wine with a dark, full-bodied harbinger of doom, increasing with relevance as each year goes by. What can be said about this book that has not already been said? Orwell’s despondent view of an evil utopia hits all the...
  9. Anthony G Williams

    Sci-Fi The Line of Polity, by Neal Asher

    The Line of Polity, by Neal Asher The Line of Polity (TLoP) is the second novel in the author's Agent Cormac series, the first (Gridlinked) being reviewed here in February 2012. A couple of extracts from that review in the way of introduction: The novel starts in the twenty-fifth century when...
  10. Tom

    Sci-Fi Star Trek Beyond (2016)

    Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi | 22 July 2016 (USA) Star Trek Beyond (2016) - IMDb
  11. Independence Day: Resurgence (2016)

    Sci-Fi Independence Day: Resurgence (2016)

    Title: Independence Day: Resurgence Tagline: We had twenty years to prepare. So did they. Genre: Action, Adventure, Science Fiction Director: Roland Emmerich Cast: Liam Hemsworth, Jeff Goldblum, Jessie T. Usher, Bill Pullman, Maika Monroe, Sela Ward, Judd Hirsch, William Fichtner...
  12. Anthony G Williams

    Sci-Fi Film: Continuum (2013)

    Film: Continuum (2013) First of all, this Continuumis absolutely nothing to do with any other recent productions of the same name: not the Canadian TV series concerning a time-travelling police officer; nor the different TV series about a woman who wakes up in a drifting spaceship; nor the new...
  13. Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018)

    Superheroes Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018)

    Title: Ant-Man and the Wasp Tagline: Real heroes. Not actual size. Genre: Action, Adventure, Science Fiction Director: Peyton Reed Cast: Paul Rudd, Evangeline Lilly, Michael Peña, Walton Goggins, Bobby Cannavale, Judy Greer, T.I., David Dastmalchian, Hannah John-Kamen, Abby Ryder...
  14. Tom

    Sci-Fi Attracted to 'Smart/Intelligent' Characters

    I've noticed a quality about my viewing habits for TV shows and movies. I am attracted to intelligent characters and complex scientific interactions. I first noticed this when I was glued to Doogie Howser MD at primetime. Once I realized my affinity I reviewed why I liked the shows I liked. All...
  15. Tom

    Sci-Fi Sky Line - Space Elevator Documentary (2015)

    1h 14min | Documentary, Biography, Drama | 20 November 2015 (USA) Sky Line (2015) - IMDb The concept of an elevator to space is not new. In the world of Arthur C. Clarke, it is a natural progression. What most people don't know is that men and women around the world are working hard to build...
  16. M

    Sci-Fi Best Isaac Asimov Books

    I've read most of these. Missing 2 or 3 from the list - 10 Of The Best Isaac Asimov Books - OMNI Reboot
  17. Erik Martin Willen

    Sci-Fi Science fiction Series Update

    Hi everyone, My third book in the NASTRAGULL series has been released and if you like science fiction and fantasy with a new twist away from a genre of repeats then I definitely recommend my story. Thank you for your time. Erik Martin Willén Book 1 An epic space adventure that holds...
  18. Anthony G Williams

    Sci-Fi Interzone 258-260

    Interzone 258-260 I haven't posted anything about the last three issues of this magazine so far, because I did not like any of the stories in Issue 258 so thought it better to skip that. This experience rather put me off reading the two subsequent issues, other than the usual comprehensive book...
  19. AlienView

    Sci-Fi The Uninvited {1997}, Best alien invasion ever

    Its British and it came out in 1997 as a four part mini-series. The quality and caliber of a Dr. Who, it is one of the best and most intelligent of the alien invasion scenarios. The whole series is now free on YouTube: {If you use this YouTube page you will get all four parts strung together}...
  20. ryanseanoreilly

    Sci-Fi Book Review: "The Martian" by Andy Weir (podcast)

    140 million leagues under the blackness of space, Jules Verne is reborn…this time with a sense of humor and irreverent references to pop culture. Through a series of journal entries, the protagonist of this story relays a first person account that chronicles the trials and tribulations of being...