Kyle J. Steenblik

Arrival is the Surprise 2016 Needs [Review]

Arrival is the Surprise 2016 Needs [Review]

Arrival Directed by: Denis Villeneuve Screenplay by: Eric Heisserer Based on Story of Your Life by Ted Chiang Starring: Amy Adams, Jeremy Renner, Forest Whitaker, Michael Stuhlbarg, Tzi Ma Running time 116 minutes Rated PG-13 for brief strong language Louise Banks (Amy Adams) is a renowned professor of linguistics, and one of the world’s best […]

 Hayley Knighten

Spielberg to direct Ernest Cline’s ‘Ready Player One’

Spielberg to direct Ernest Cline’s ‘Ready Player One’

My wildest geek dreams have come true. A movie of Ernest Cline’s 2011 novel, Ready Player One is in the works and Warner Bros. Studios has Steven Freakin’ Spielberg set to direct it. So why is this so amazing? First, they’re gonna need a bigger special effects budget. To give you an idea, here’s a brief synopsis […]

 Ryan Thomason

TV Review: Dark Matter, Episode One

TV Review: Dark Matter, Episode One

What happens when you take six people (and one android), then wake them up on a super amazing space ship one by one? Oh, and none of them have any idea who they are or anything about their past, but still have the reflexes mentally and physically to do jobs they are specialists at? You […]

 Kara O'Connor

Comic Review: The Dying and The Dead #1

Comic Review: The Dying and The Dead #1

Prepare for a new kind of adventure from Jonathan Hickman and artist Ryan Bodenheim, with The Dying and The Dead #1. The Dying and The Dead Writer: Jonathan Hickman Artist: Ryan Bodenheim Colors: Michael Carlin Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: January 28, 2015 Kick off 2015 with the latest Hickman title. Pick up Dying and […]

 Kara O'Connor

Comic Review: Creeple Peeple #1

Comic Review: Creeple Peeple #1

IDW introduces a new sci-fi tale showcasing 1960s action figures with Creeple Peeple #1.  Creeple Peeple #1 Creator: Patrick D. Pidgeon Writer: Matt Anderson Artist: Tim Lattie Publisher: IDW Release Date: January 21, 2015 Try Creeple Peeple for yourself and pick-up Creeple Peeple #1 (of 3), Creeple Peeple #2 (of 3), and Creeple Peeple #3 (of […]

 Sabrina Taylor

Feminism and Comics Collide on Bitch Planet

Feminism and Comics Collide on Bitch Planet

A nod to the women-in-prison genre plus sci-fi references combined with feminist commentary equal one wild and thought-provoking ride to Bitch Planet.     Bitch Planet #1 WRITER: Kelly Sue DeConnick ARTIST: Valentine De Landro PUBLISHER: Image Comics RELEASE DATE: December 10, 2014 Do not miss out on Bitch Planet. Get your copy of Bitch Planet […]

 Kara O'Connor

Comic Review: Roche Limit #1

Comic Review: Roche Limit #1

A new sci-fi mystery from Image takes us to the outer reaches of the galaxy–and leaves us there–in Roche Limit. Roche Limit #1 Writer: Michael Moreci Artist: Vic Malhotra Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: September 24, 2014 Like a complex story with hints noir? Try Roche Limit #1. Set in the outer reaches of the […]

 Kara O'Connor

Comic Review: Wild’s End #1

Comic Review: Wild’s End #1

Guardians of the Galaxy creator Dan Abnett invents a world of anthropomorphic animals who encounter an out-of-this-world threat in BOOM! Studios’ new Sci-Fi fantasy, Wild’s End.   Wild’s End #1 Writer: Dan Abnett Artist: I.N.J. Culbard Publisher: Boom Studios Release Date: September 10, 2014 Try Wilds End #1 if you need more anthropomorphic animals in […]

 Xopher Reed

Fox Orders Minority Report Pilot

Fox Orders Minority Report Pilot

If you ever had your hopes up that there would be a television series based on the movie Minority Report from 2002, well I’m glad to say that there’s a good chance it’s on the way as Fox has ordered a pilot episode from Paramount Television and Steven Spielberg’s production company. The show, if ever […]

 Kara O'Connor

Comic Review: God Hates Astronauts #1

Comic Review: God Hates Astronauts #1

Ryan Browne finally gets his chance to shine with an ongoing series of God Hates Astronauts from Image Comics. God Hates Astronauts #1 Writer and Artist: Ryan Browne Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: September 3, 2014 Visit your local shop for the collection of webcomics and issue #1 of God Hates Astronauts. But you can […]

 Kara O'Connor

Comic Review: The Wake #1-10

Comic Review: The Wake #1-10

Scott Snyder steps back from the world of superheroes to venture deep into the ocean with The Wake.   The Wake #1- #10 Writer: Scott Snyder Artist: Sean Murphy Publisher: Vertigo Release date: July 30, 2014 for issue #10 Order Wake HC for your shelf now! Vertigo’s The Wake is really two stories that take […]

 Kara O'Connor

Comic Review: Pop #1

Comic Review: Pop #1

Dark Horse delivers its new series Pop that boasts a fun premise but falls short of backing it up with a solid story. Pop #1 Writer: Curt Pires Artist: Jason Copland Colorist: Pete Toms Publisher: Darkhorse Release Date: August 27, 2014 Will you agree? Check out POP #1. If Katy Perry and Miley Cyrus were merely […]

 Xopher Reed

Automata – Trailer

Automata – Trailer

The newest trailer for Antonio Banderas in the sci-fi thriller Automata was released yesterday and is looking like one of the best examples of science fiction on the big screen in a good long while. For those that are video impaired, Antonio Banderas and Dylan McDermott play the role of robot insurance agents, which seem […]

 Xopher Reed

Weeaboo Wednesday – Knights of Sidonia

Weeaboo Wednesday – Knights of Sidonia

Some in the anime subculture of geekdom might shudder at the term Weeaboo, a non-sequitur term created originally by the Perry Bible Fellowship it’s said to be on the level of Otaku…however I am taking it back, and using it as a general term for being a Japanophile. So yes, welcome to Weeaboo Wednesday where […]

 Xopher Reed

Syfy Moves Forward With Childhood’s End Adaptation

Syfy Moves Forward With Childhood’s End Adaptation

One of Arthur C. Clarke’s best novels Childhood’s End is getting a miniseries treatment (6 hours worth) via Syfy with a staff featuring a highly efficient producers Michael De Luca and Akiva Goldsman, and a writer (Matthew Graham) and director (Nick Hurran) who both cut their teeth on Doctor Who and other British Television series. […]

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