Thoughtcrime 032: Star Trek Beyond

  I go solo to review Star Trek Beyond, because Microsoft Matt fell asleep in the theater. Boo! Also, shout out to Jesse Mercury. Check out his show on Star Trek Beyond at http://jessemercury.com/scifi-48-to-boldly-gay  

Approaching the Unknown

– Paulie Spiceflow – Indie movies have the potential to surprise and enthrall you. But most of the time, they are pretty awful. That is the case with Approaching the Unknown. While the previously reviewed movie Andron was a clear knockoff of Hunger Games and Maze Runner, Approaching the Unknown is a weak copy of […]

The Circuit: Progeny of Vale by Rhett C. Bruno

– By Jacob Foxx – The first novel in Rhett C. Bruno’s space opera, Executor Rising (read my review here), was Act I one of a much larger story. It laid the foundation and introduced the key players, but on its own was not a complete story. Like many serials in genre fiction, neither novel […]

New Sci Fi Releases This Week 3/27

  Here are a few new releases in science fiction that caught our attention. The vast majority are from small presses or are self-published with the occasional title from a big publisher sprinkled in. These are handpicked based on customer reviews, plot summary, author, or just our gut feeling. If you are a self-published author […]

New Sci Fi Releases This Week 3/20

  Here are a few new releases in science fiction that caught our attention. The vast majority are from small presses or are self-published with the occasional title from a big publisher sprinkled in. These are handpicked based on customer reviews, plot summary, author, or just our gut feeling. If you are a self-published author […]

New Sci Fi Releases This Week 3/13

Here are a few new releases in science fiction that caught our attention. The vast majority are from small presses or are self-published with the occasional title from a big publisher sprinkled in. These are handpicked based on customer reviews, plot summary, author, or just our gut feeling. If you are a self-published author or […]

The Expanse Ends on Dramatic yet Inconclusive Note

– By Paulie Spiceflow – The season finale of the new sci-fi TV series The Expanse, leaves more questions than answers. Like many TV dramas, The Expanse tries to keep fans wanting more, generating excitement for the next season. Course, there is always the risk you bore your audience with a plot that never seems […]

2015 Prescient Sci Fi Movie(s) of the Year

– The Editors – This year we decided to try to come up with a consensus movie of the year. We failed. So instead we made a list of the top 3 movies of the year. It wasn’t easy. Overall, 2015 was a strong year for science fiction with great films in several subgenres. Space […]

Impressive Debut for The Expanse

– Paulie Spiceflow – Space is finally returning to science fiction. After years of superheroes, zombies, and time travel it appears we are shifting back towards the more classical tropes of the genre, much to my delight. Syfy’s The Expanse, based on the bestselling series by James S.A. Corey, premiered on Monday and impressed many […]