Iron Sky trailer goes live

Blind Spot Pictures has released its trailer for Iron Sky, an upcoming science-fiction comedy film from the makers of Star Wreck: In the Pirkinning.

Warner Bros. picks up cyberpunk Otherland



Warner Bros. has acquired the feature rights to Otherland, a popular sci-fi/cyberpunk tetralogy penned by Tad Williams.

Comic books legend Joe Simon will live on



Joe Simon - who co-created Captain America with Jack Kirby - recently passed away at the age of 98.

NASA rethinks Apogee of Fear



NASA has reversed an earlier decision to block the release of the first science fiction movie filmed in space.

Sci-fi master Andrew Niccol takes on The Host

No, I don't follow Twilight and I haven't read any of Stephanie Meyer's books. 

Still, news about the film adaption of The Host interests me for one reason: Andrew Niccol, of In Time fame, will be directing it.

Geeks just can't get enough Blu-ray

It seems as if hardcore sci-fi geeks just can't get enough of their favorite films on Blu-ray.

How Star Wars opened up the geek world

It's always exciting when a movie seemingly comes out of nowhere and becomes a phenomenon, which is pretty much what happened with Star Wars.

On sci-fi and Tim Burton

Many years ago, Martin Scorsese created A Personal Journey With Martin Scorsese Through American Movies, a lengthy documentary and companion book that went through many of his favorite films and filmmakers. 



On the planes and lungs of The Event

The Event has gotten a little more interesting.

Sci-Fi @ the Oscars

The only genre film nominated for an Oscar this year, unless you count Toy Story 3, which I don't, is Inception. Does it have a chance? Of course not.

How sci-fi inspires real life tech interfaces

Computer and machine interfaces featured in popular sci-fi films often serve to inspire real world applications.

Yes, Cowboy Bebop really is sci-fi

It may be over ten years old now, but Cowboy Bebop is still an excellent example of modern soft sci-fi. Yet, the series doesn’t get much attention in "traditional" sci-fi circles because of its medium.