"Sci-fi" Blogs & Blog Posts

Geek OrthodoxGeek Orthodox

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

 
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...

 
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...

 
Flash Fiction and The Idea FairyFlash Fiction and The Idea Fairy

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

 


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Sun Ra - Space is the Place (full movie). This is definitely the trippiest (and possibly only) sci-fi jazz movie ever made....

Hotel Artemis is a noir-ish crime thriller movie based around a concept - the secret hospital for criminals of the near future, a location - the art-nouveau-décor hotel that hides the hospital, and a character - the enigmatic Nurse (Jodie Foster). T...

A long time ago, before blogging was a thing, the Sci-Fi Gene has fond memories of learning to program on an early home computer, the BBC Model B. My efforts were written mainly in BASIC IV, with only a few very minor excursions into machine code. Th...

"Since Cities of Mars self-released their first single, Cyclopean Ritual/The Third Eye in 2015, the band’s momentum and creative trajectory have both done nothing but move forward, and signing to Ripple, who I think are inarguably the driving force...

Two more short-film gems from the Dust YouTube channel to watch while you're waiting for the next episode of Automata...Hyperlight (16 minutes) is an atmospheric thriller with hints of Moon, Solaris or The Cloverfield Paradox. Two astronaut...

The second episode of Automata is a lot of fun. I'm warming to automaton PI Carl and his smart, non-human comments in every situation. Good to see him in action too - turns out automata can kick 1930s ass when needed. Every detective story needs an a...

It's the 1930s and America is coming to terms with a new technology - robotics. Android workers known as "automata" are part of everyday life. Welcome to a world where robots can be bartenders, manual labourers, cops, detectives or prostitues, but it...