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Underwater Back in 1989, makers of Alien rip-offs - of which there were, of course, very many - were given a shot in the arm by the box office success of James Cameron's The Abyss and it was soon realised that being underwater was just as dangerous and isolating as being in space.

Inteachán - Book Four: The Strikethrough Lemniscate 4: 12 'one of the world's most wondrous weapons' But Inteachán won’t let the darkness win. Not ever. Why should she? How could she? For if the darkness wins then we are lost and if we are lost then that is well and truly that. But that isn’t that…

Mirai Nikki Episodes 13-26 + Redial: Seeing what Sticks In the year and half I have been running Shallow Dives in Anime, there have been only a handful of anime that have really left me thinking about how I feel about them, that had been a real challenge to form an opinion on. Shinmai Maou no Testament is the first, Chivalry of a Failed Knight is the second.

Planes, Trains, And Climate Change Mashable is a global, multi-platform media and entertainment company.

The Ballad of the Voltsinger The twin suns burned harsh in the sky, hanging there like eyes. Watching. Staring. Slave to an orbital cycle, forced to bear witness to the atrocities committed on the mountainous wasteland below. The struggle had lasted the better part of a week, steeping the white stone a pale blue.

Pixel Scroll 3/29/20 Look Around You… Can You Fashion Some Sort Of Rudimentary Lathe Of Heaven? Steven James "op-ed from the future" for the New York Times, "Criminals Should Serve Their Sentences Psychologically", explains how that would work. What Adam Roberts thinks about "Stephen Donaldson, "The War Within" ", at Sibilant Fricative.

GITS: Stand Alone Complex 2nd GIG 2004 was a great year for theatrical anime releases in Japan. It brought us Hayao Miyazaki's Howl's Moving Castle, Katsuhiro Otomo's Steamboy and, of course, Mamoru Oshii's Ghost In The Shell 2: Innocence.

Sixteenth Watch by Myke Cole The Coast Guard must prevent the first lunar war in history. A lifelong Search-and-Rescuewoman, Coast Guard Captain Jane Oliver is ready for a peaceful retirement. But when tragedy strikes, Oliver loses her husband and her plans for the future, and finds herself thrust into a role she's not prepared for.

Science Fiction Times They Are a-Changin' I've been looking at lists of people's favorite science fiction stories since I started reading science fiction in the 1960s. Sometimes I agree with their choices, other times I don't. The interesting thing about these lists is they change over the generations.

Ryan Gosling could star in and produce the tape of science fiction 'Project Hail Mary' It seems that Ryan Gosling will caught the gustillo to outer space in 'First Man - The first man'. According to Deadline, the actor will star in and produce the film adaptation of the new novel by Andy Weir, 'Project Hail Mary'.

Review: Rage Among The Stars There's a certain breed of infuriatingly tough 2D platformer that, done right, can be incredibly addictive. Games such as Super Meat Boy, for example; super fast, incredibly hardcore experiences that - despite difficulty levels that can induce serious anger - are still incredibly addictive, almost endlessly leading to just one more go.

My Little Robot” – part 2 8 am rolled around, and along with most of my coworkers, I poured coffee in my tumbler, mulling over the idea I had last night. Unfortunately, the more I thought about it, the more I realized that there was no way that I could do it alone. My skillset was in hardware, not software.

Taking Charge The explosion tore through the starship. Trisha struggled through the wreckage to access the bridge. Once there, she found most of the crew were either dead or injured.

Book Review - MaddAddam by Margaret Atwood MaddAddam is the third and final novel in Margaret Atwood's MaddAddam trilogy, following Oryx and Crake and The Year of the Flood. It picks up exactly where the second novel left off, with Toby and Ren having recused Amanda from her captors, subduing them after Jimmy stepped in first.

The War of the Worlds new adaptation is a nice surprise! When I read that there is new series adaptation of classic sci fi, I was sceptic about it, because there was so many of those adaptations already, some better, some worse, so I thought to myself, l…

Dystopian science fiction: film in the Hunger Games saga Between the science-fiction-film samples of revenue, in the Hunger Games a deserves without a doubt a place of honor. Series of 4 films based novel by Suzanne Collinsthe saga is able to reflect on, and raise doubts about the relations of power in our society.

One of the best science fiction films in recent years Currently working Denis Villeneuve at his Adapted from Dune and possibly on Science fiction highlight 2020. In the past decade, the Canadian director has made numerous intense film experiences, including the drug thriller Sicario, the surreal Enemy and the massive sequel Blade Runner 2049.

Science fact & fiction: Three New Mexico authors see parallels between the genre they write and the current world situation "I feel like I'm in what Brian Aldiss called a cozy catastrophe," said Walter Jon Williams, a writer of science fiction and fantasy who lives in Belen. "We have clothing, shelter, enough food in the fridge to last a month, and everything works. But everyone is gone.

Vivarium The 2019 science fiction horror movie Vivarium. What is it about? This is how Rotten Tomatoes describes this movie:. My Thoughts. When I saw the trailer for this movie I knew that I wanted to watch this movie, the trailer was weird and different, and it looked like something that I might like; and so I planned to watch it when it came out.

Barrayar: Lois McMaster Bujold It's taken me over two years to write up my thoughts on Barrayar, the second in the loosely-knit Vorkosigan Saga. I've actually read it twice in the interim, but for some reason never quite managed to put pen to paper.

Pixel Scroll 3/28/20 No, For The Comte De La Scroll It Is Too Little; For Pixel, Too Much. Scott Edelman volunteers to be the next interviewee on the Eating the Fantastic podcast if you'll think of up questions. Thread starts here. Michael Rafferty, now Chair, Virtual Balticon 54, and the Baltimore Science Fiction Society have announced "a free Virtual Balticon" over Memorial Day weekend.

A Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon Aardman Animations is one of those hallowed traditions in the grand cinema of the UK that includes Michael Caine, Maggie Smith, kitchen sink realism, James Bond, Monty Python, and Agatha Christie adaptations. A Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon was released to UK theaters on October 18th, 2019.

Young Blood Writing for me is part passion, part hobby. I used to steal my dad's printer paper and biros to write my stories as an over-ambitious six year-old, and was subsequently thrilled when, every Christmas, I was tempted away from the nice, clean sheets from the printer by the promise of crisp new notebooks, and Uniball pens.

Small Soldiers by Hasbro Mike Pigott looks at a little-known series of diecast vehicles based on the popular film Small Soldiers from 1998.Small Soldiers may seem an unlikely movie to spawn a line of diecast vehicles, given that it was about a group of action figures gone bad.

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