Sci-Fi Fan Letter: Witches Frolic Kickstarter

I was contacted by Inkdrop Studio regarding their kickstarter project to bring back into print the story “Witches Frolic” from Ingoldsby Legends, by Thomas Ingoldsby (the pen name of Richard Harris Barham). The edition they want to reprint is from 1888 with illustrations by Ernest M. Jessop. The rewards start at 5 Euro, for a digital edition. […]

Planet of the Apes (1968)

Directed by Franklin J. SchaffnerScreenplay by Michael Wilson, Rod SerlingBased on “Planet of the Apes” by Pierre BoulleProduced by Arthur P. JacobsCinematography: Leon ShamroyEdited by Hugh S. FowlerMusic by Jerry GoldsmithProduction company: APJAC ProductionsDistributed by 20th Century FoxRunning time: 112 minutesBudget: $5.8 million[2]Box office: $33.4 million Cast Charlton Heston as George TaylorRoddy McDowall as CorneliusKim […]

Escape Pod 820: Tony Roomba’s Last Day on Earth

Tony Roomba’s Last Day on Earth By Maria Haskins It’s Tony Roomba’s last day on Earth. After two years of working undercover as a vacuum cleaner bot on this boondock planet, he is finally heading home to the Gamma Sector, but his final day is full of challenges. He has to get out of the […]

Story and Cover of the Year 2021

The votes are counted, results are in! And the winners are… The Story of the Year for 2021 is “Next to Cleanliness” by Rose Keating. “Next to Cleanliness” was published in Apex Magazine Issue 125. The Cover of the Year for 2021 is the cover for Issue 125, by Marcela Bolívar. You can read an […]

Nominations Open for 2022 Dragon Awards

The Dragon Awards website has reset and is now taking nominations for the 2022 awards. I tested the site and was informed my nomination had been accepted — The update was done within the past six weeks, not as soon after Dragon Con as in 2021 when it was ready by November 1. Eligible works are those first […]

Fahrenheit 451 (1966) & Equilibrium (2002)

Jan 20, 2022 Matt and James talk book burning, Gun-Fu and baddies this week as they dive into the dystopian worlds of Fahrenheit 451 (1966) and Equilibrium (2002). Join them as they continue their journey through dystopia in science fiction cinema.   Visit our website https://www.journeythroughscifi.com/ Email Us! Follow us on TWITTER Add us on INSTAGRAM Like us on FACEBOOK […]

Dyson Sphere Feedback… – BLOGS

Image: Artist’s impression of a Dyson sphere under construction. Credit: Steve Bowers. Topics: Astronomy, Astrophysics, Dyson Sphere, SETI Although the so-called Dysonian SETI has been much in the air in recent times, its origins date back to the birth of SETI itself. It was in 1960 – the same year that Frank Drake used the National […]

It Came From The Archives! “5 Newbie Impressions Of The Pokémon TCG”

(If you still haven’t tried this game, and you’re a TCG nerd like Brandon Scott, then here’s an article reminding you what you’re missing out on right now. It’s free to play online!) Originally Published: July 7th, 2021 Frequent readers will be familiar with my love of Magic: The Gathering. But I’ve recently been playing the Pokémon […]

Dark Future Dice | A Cyberpunk Red Podcast: Dark Future Dice

Cyberpunk 2020 is a pen and paper/ table top role playing game, set in a dark future, as imagined in the 1980’s media (Bladerunner, Akira, Ghost In The Shell). Cyberpunk 2020 is also the inspiration for the upcoming video game Cyberpunk 2077. Titus referees two pen and paper RPG noobs Pat and Lindsay for their […]

Fa La La La La MK-ULTRA – The Sci-Fi Christian

January 19, 2022 Featuring Matt Anderson and Ben De Bono Ben admits that he did more research for this episode, than possibly any other episode in the history of The Sci-Fi Christian. Categories: Main Topic, Podcast Source link