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. has acquired the feature rights to Otherland, a popular sci-fi/cyberpunk tetralogy penned by Tad Williams.
Joe Simon - who co-created Captain America with Jack Kirby - recently passed away at the age of 98.
NASA has reversed an earlier decision to block the release of the first science fiction movie filmed in space.
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.
It seems as if hardcore sci-fi geeks just can't get enough of their favorite films on Blu-ray.
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.
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.
The Event has gotten a little more interesting.
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.
Computer and machine interfaces featured in popular sci-fi films often serve to inspire real world applications.
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.