"Sci-fi" Blogs & Blog Posts

Flash Fiction and The Idea FairyFlash Fiction and The Idea Fairy

The dump site of one too many fictional stories... Even diamonds get thrown...

 
Geek OrthodoxGeek Orthodox

You rollin' twenties on the polyhedral? You makin' the Kessel Run...

 
Maybe It's Just Me...Maybe It's Just Me...

I'm very laid back and easy going. I like to meet people, read, talk a...

 
clara*s victory danceclara*s victory dance

random thoughts and happenings

 
The Sci-Fi GeneThe Sci-Fi Gene

Part research institute, part support group for those who, like me, enjoy t...

 


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Monolithic alien spaceships appear in twelve seemingly random locations across Earth's continents. The military call on linguistics professor Louise (Amy Adams) for an opinion, and she quickly talks her way onto the contact team and finds herself lea...

“Giant Gila Monster” director Ray Kellogg’s low-budget creature feature “The Killer Shrews” is a claustrophobic saga that grossed almost nine times its budget and has become a public domain masterpiece.  “Creation of the Humanoids”...

JJ Abrams' and Jonathan Nolan's TV adaptation of Westworld hit its share of snags on the way to release (it was originally supposed to debut in 2015), but it's nearly here. HBO has confirmed that the robot-theme-park-gone-wrong show w...

“Why don’t you just come straight out and use the word aliens?” “Because we’re the aliens here.” From Michel Faber’s The Book of Strange New Things (2014) Filed under: Photographs Tagged: aliens, art, London, Michel Faber, P...

Remember when we played with Google's Deep Dream neural network to create trippy visuals that featured a whole lot dogs? The creators behind the short film Sunspring do. Instead of Google's product, however, they turned to a neural network...

Want to hear my cheesy attempt at an American accent?  Of course you do!  Here's the new trialer of Anas Abdin's in-production game...

Love us some Pammy! Check out her new short film, CONNECTED above! Synopsis is: Connected is a portrait of a woman grappling with aging, self-perception, and transformation in a technologically optimized world. Jackie (Pamela Anderson) is a burnt-out...