Vacant Expressions 70: Event Horizon Picture, Star Wars Trailer, and Heavy Breathing

We discuss the big reveal from the Event Horizon Project, but it isn’t the black hole at the center of our galaxy. It’s some piece of shit named M87 some place far away. We talk space travel and the best space show right now The Expanse. Then the Star Wars trailer released this week, a […]

Earthfall by Rhett C. Bruno

– By J.W. Fox – The Circuit is one of my favorite new space operas and Earthfall delivers as the final installment in the trilogy. Similar to The Expanse in some respects, it takes a dimmer view on humanity’s future and our ability to prevent interplanetary conflict. Note, none of the novels are stand alones […]

The Expanse: Best Show No One is Watching

– By Paulie Spiceflow – SPOILER WARNING: Season 2 Finale of The Expanse Another great sci-fi show finished its second season to minimal fanfare. The first show, Humans, is arguably one of the best AI shows of all time but doesn’t seem to be on the radar of many sci-fi fans outside of the UK. […]

Thoughtcrime 48: Colony, The Expanse, Rebels, and More

  I return after a month hiatus to talk about Colony, The Expanse, Star Wars Rebels and more. It’s a slow time of year for movies but March looks to be very promising with Ghost in the Shell, Logan, and King on the way. Aviator’s Madbeach Wheat is the beer for the show. Join me […]

Thoughtcrime 46: A Look at the Year Ahead

    A look to the year ahead in TV shows, movies, and more. We got a brand new Star Trek series, Star Wars Episode VIII, as well as a war with Apes, another world war with zombies, a Handmaid’s Tale, Expanse, Humans, and of course about a dozen superhero movies.

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 […]