2018 Prescient Sci-Fi Movie of the Year

– By All of Us – Last year, some unfortunate personal events made it too difficult to do any blogging at the end of the year. With that drama behind us, we can resurrect our annual movie of the year award. In 2016, the last year the prestigious award was given, Rogue One: A Star […]

Jurassic World True to Franchise, in more ways than one

– By Paulie Spiceflow – Jurassic Park is one of the great American films of all time. After the groundbreaking original, the franchise descended into gratuitous dino-violence, bad writing, and cheesy creature-feature clichés. Jurassic World restores some of the awe-inspiring elements of the first but also pleads guilty to the missteps of the latter. While […]

Marketplace Getting Tougher for the Sci-Fi Novel

  – By Jacob Foxx – Not long ago most filmmakers thought it was impossible to bring Lord of the Rings to the big screen. The sheer scale of the epic was beyond the capabilities of even the biggest production companies. The same has often been said about the sci-fi classic Dune (They tried and […]

Science Fiction in the Year 2015

– By Jacob Foxx – This is an important year for science fiction. It is the year Marty McFly and Doc Brown traveled to from 1985 in the DeLorean time machine. There were hoverboards, self-drying clothes, flying cars, giant 3D advertising, instant news, and instant pizza. Most miraculously, the Cubs won the World Series. Unfortunately, […]

Who are the Science Fiction Masters of the 21st Century?

  By Jacob Foxx A week ago I was watching Prophets of Science Fiction on Science Channel, and a thought occurred to me. It is an awesome show about the eight great science fiction writers of all time and how their work inspired science and engineers to make their fictional technologies come to life. It […]