Articles tagged "sci-fi"
The Sweden-based artist Anders Ramsell painstakingly recreated the entire sci-fi classic with a paintbrush. Here's why he did it.
As biotech and genetic science continue to advance, so do creative ways to hack the body.
The beauty of the first trilogy lay in its gritty, sparse portrait of the future.
The futures past make for a mind-melting present.
Norman Spinrad holds court on the internet and why he thinks Edward Snowden is a patriot.
The "Personal On-Demand" brain implant is the ultimate reccommendation engine.
Ever seen the original "Godzilla"? The seminal monster flick is a bleak, powerful metaphor for nuclear power that still endures today.
Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, and Edgar Wright discuss the incoming alien invasion.
Between inspiring Silicon Valley startups and predicting climate change, Soylent Green is as influential now as it was 40 years ago.
Sure, it's a dumb, big budget sci-fi film. But there's a reason conservatives hate Elysium so much.
After seventeen years, we get our first new glimpse at Neil Gaiman's beloved 'Sandman' series.
How my obsession turned into a dive into the magazine's archives, which turned into a full-blown resurrection.
It's the Sub-Biosphere 2.
This thing was way better than Biodome. And now scientists are using it to solve climate change.
'After Earth' is Will Smith's 10th sci-fi film, and it's already getting panned. But no matter—Smith became the biggest star in Hollywood on the back of critically-maligned alien and robot movies just like it.
The new literary genre, an offshoot of science fiction, is getting some attention from book critics and publishing companies alike. Will the public care?
During the run-up to 'The Empire Strikes Back', fans could call a phone number in Illinois and hear from the Star Wars characters. So many people did that it overloaded the system.
Seriously though; it's about time, science.
What if Mick Jagger, Salvador Dali, Pink Floyd, and HR Giger all got together to adapt one of the most popular sci-fi novels of all time? This.
This film is going to be an astronaut's hell.
And it's super-charming, too.
The trailer for Ender's Game is out, and Hollywood turned it into a dumb action flick, obviously.