Articles Posted in the " science fiction " Category

  • Battlestar Galactica: The Case For And Against Reboots

    Battlestar Galactica is going to be rebooted for the second time, and many fans who were in favor of the 2003 reboot are finding themselves on the opposite side of the argument this time around. -*Read our before commenting.* Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.


  • ‘The Cloverfield Paradox’ Sets Pattern in SciFi Franchise

    The Cloverfield Paradox essentially dropped out of nowhere.  And it worked. Many fans of the franchise knew another film was in the works and were aware it was scheduled for some time in February, but with no trailers or promotion of any kind my assumption was that it might get pushed back.  I didn’t expect […]



  • Why I’m Really Excited For Mass Effect: Andromeda

    The next chapter in the Mass Effect universe debuts in March 2017. Earlier this summer at E3, Bioware and EA (Electronic Arts) released Mass Effect: Andromeda’s newest trailer. Let’s just say I fangirled! It reminded me why science fiction is one of my favorite genres, why video games that gave you the opportunity to create your own […]


  • Doctor Who Is Eligible For Emmy Nominations

    Rejoice Whovians! Now that Doctor Who is co-produced by BBC America, it qualifies for Primetime Emmy nomination spots for 2016! -*Read our before commenting.* Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.


  • Why Battlestar Galactica Is Binge-Worthy Sci-Fi

    Science fiction is one of the few genres within popular culture that successfully places the metaphorical mirror right in front of us. That mirror reflects back our human nature, why we do the things we do, and our personal vices and virtues as individuals. Throughout the 20th/21st century, there have been shows that do this well. One in particular that does it best is […]


  • “Illuminae”: For When You Want to Be Blown Away by a Book

    Illuminae by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff, is about the invasion of an illegal mining operation that results in the deaths of thousands of civilians. Two rival mining companies are at war, and one is willing to use biological weapons in order to completely wipe the lone outpost out of existence. After the attack, the damaged […]


  • FedCon24: Convention Highlights

    FedCon is Europe’s biggest Science Fiction convention. Last week, I attended its 24th edition at the Maritim Hotel in Düsseldorf, Germany. Originally, it was launched as a Star Trek convention but has expanded over the years and is now celebrating all things Science Fiction. The convention spanned over four days, from Thursday to Sunday. Around […]


  • FedCon24: SciFi Cosplays, But Not Only

    FedCon is Europe’s biggest Science Fiction convention and as such, I expected a lot of Star Trek and Star Wars cosplayers during the 4-day weekend. I was not disappointed! Moreover, since SyFy was heavily promoting the German premiere of Marvel’s Agent Carter at the convention, many attendees came dressed as Marvel/DC characters to the delight […]


  • Evolving Science Fiction: Earth, Space, and Dystopia

    Science fiction narratives typically reflect society’s concerns about the future. These are heavily influenced by the era that the piece of media is created in, and the common themes of the genre tend to shift as society’s fears change over time. The early 20th century had a strong focus on creatures from outer space invading our […]