Sci-Fi

Mike Baron’s ‘Thin Blue Line’ One of Many New Tales!

Mike Baron has a bunch of tales in the works with a crowdfunding campaign for the ‘Thin Blue Line’ graphic novel being just one of them.

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Book Review – ‘Love & Aliens’

‘Love & Aliens’ is a farcical, fictional fusion of comedy, satire, political commentary, cultural critique and sci-fi.

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‘Free Guy’ and Other Characters Living in a Simulation

The science fiction action comedy ‘Free Guy’ was a fun escape for viewers, but it isn’t the first movie about characters in a simulation.

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‘Soldier’ Was the 1st Second Movie of the ‘Blade Runner’ Universe

‘Soldier’ wasn’t a sequel to ‘Blade Runner’ but it was a ‘side-quel’ in that it takes place in the same universe as the Harrison Ford flick.

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Remembering the Strange Trailer for ‘Strange Days’

‘Strange Days’ was one of the dark, dystopian, sci-fi movies of the mid-1990s. And it had quite a strange teaser trailer.

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‘Galaxy Quest’ Has Earned More Fans as It’s Aged

Oliver Harper provides a video retro review of the sci-fi-comedy ‘Galaxy Quest.’ It wasn’t a box office smash but it’s aged well.

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Upstream Reviews Spotlights Great Fiction without the Wokeness

Declan Finn talks about why he and Rob Kroese are reviewing sci-fi, fantasy, thrillers, and horror at Upstream Reviews.

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You Might Feel a Little Jab

Book banning? Implants? Digital IDs and social credits? Some science fiction shows and movies were eerily prophetic.

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