- Chameleon is a short sci-fi film with a great twist worth watching.
- Functional NES Controller Coffee Table Made From Wood
- Joss Whedon’s Avengers Diorama
- Mash-Up Dinosaurs and The Avengers and what do you get?
- Star Wars by the Numbers
- Top Ten Comic-Book Movie Posters
- Interview: The Nerdist talks to Legendary Comics’ Bob Shreck
- Interview: The Avengers Interviews: Scarlett Johansson & Jeremy Renner
- Interview: Katherine Sarafian, Producer of Pixar’s ‘Brave,’ Talks Director Controversy, Pixar’s Reaction to the Chilly ‘Cars 2′ Reception And More
- Interview: Ridley Scott on Prometheus Theatrical Cut: “It’s What It Should Be”
- Review: Is “Cabin in the Woods” different, or Whedon repeating himself?
- Five Reasons Why We’re Not So Excited About Prometheus
- Philip K. Dick’s letter to the creators of Blade Runner: “I did not know that a work of mine could be escalated… in to such stunning dimensions.”
- A photo of Spock from the next Star Trek film has surfaced. It doesn’t tell us much other than there will probably be a volcano in the movie, as this is referred to as Spock’s “volcano suit.” I guess glass faceplates are added in post production these days? It probably saves on sweat and fogged-up plexiglass.
- See the neck implants of Ender’s Game ’s teenage army
- They Wrote What? 5 Screenplays Surprisingly Penned by Famous Novelists
- Top 50 Dystopian Movies of All Time
- TotalFilm counts down the Top 10 Action Movie Clichés
- TotalFilm picks the 50 Unluckiest Movie Characters
- 5 Ways The World Might End In The Mayan Apocalypse
- H.P. Lovecraft Answers Your Relationship Questions
- Mara Wilson, child star of Mrs. Doubtfire, Miracle on 34th Street, and Matilda, no longer acts. She does, however, write a blog about girls and video games, Mormon missionaries, and the time she met Ira Glass.
- Interview: Book Smugglers talk to Johan Harstad of 172 Hours on the Moon
- Interview: Interview with debut urban fantasy author Amanda Carlson
- Interview: Lightspeed Magazine chats with Robin Hobb
- Interview: Neal Stephenson on Towers 20 Kilometers High and Insurance
- Interview: Neil Gaiman and Lev Grossman at 92Y Lectures.
- Interview: Patrick Rothfuss interviews Mary Robinette Kowal
- Interview: Spider Robinson on his heroes, his work and the future: “Science fiction is the only genre that assumes, in its very bones, that there will be a future.”
- News: A grandson of JRR Tolkien and a descendant of Charles Dickens are to collaborate on two new fantasy books for children.
- British Startup Inkle Takes off with Launch of Interactive Frankenstein
- How Old Books Get That Distinctive Smell
- Lifehacker offers tips on How to Fit Reading Into Your Schedule and Actually Finish the Books You Want to Read
- Plagiarism is a known problem on Amazon, but it’s getting out of hand.
- Science Fiction and Fantasy Creators Who Became Their Own Genres, including Anne Rice, Terry Gillam, and Philip K. Dick.
- Interview: Kathryn Denning discusses The Anthropology of Searching for Aliens
- Could we create a perfect society by tweaking two areas of the human brain?
- How Earthly life could populate space by panspermia
- We Can Survive Killer Asteroids — But It Won’t Be Easy
- How Buffy Learned To Confront Her Fears: an essay
- Meet Princess Girly…the twirling dancer who persuaded him to go for the role
- Pilot Season: A Look at Key TV Shows in Development
- A Special Message from Weyland Industries is the latest Prometheus Viral Video
- 6 Reasons Why We’re Still Playing Skyrim
- Here’s Christopher Walken giving us a tour of his castle in Skyrim.
- Kveendolnitza is a point-n-click adventure in the same vein as Samoroast, so enjoy weird creatures, strange puzzles, and plenty of unique architecture. And don’t forget to find all those secrets the ancients
left behind, too…