- The Art of Dungeon Maps
- Dual Lightsaber Arm Tattoos
- Excellent Highschool of the Dead cosplay
- Some colorful Tyrande Whisperwind cosplay (from World of Warcraft)
- Walking Dead Valentines Cards
- Witness is an other-worldly art installation featuring hundreds of accounts of alien abductions being whispered in the dark.
- Interview: Doctor Who, The Adventures of Tintin and Sherlock mastermind Steven Moffat talks to Emer Sugrue about writing, jokes, and terrifying children.
- 10 Movies and TV Shows Where Everybody Probably Died 5 Minutes After the End
- Interview: George Lucas is claiming that Han never shot first. He says: “The controversy over who shot first, Greedo or Han Solo, in Episode IV, what I did was try to clean up the confusion, but obviously it upset people because they wanted Solo [who seemed to be the one who shot first in the original] to be a cold-blooded killer, but he actually isn’t. It had been done in all close-ups and it was confusing about who did what to whom. I put a little wider shot in there that made it clear that Greedo is the one who shot first, but everyone wanted to think that Han shot first, because they wanted to think that he actually just gunned him down.”
- Interview: Marc Webb on ‘Amazing Spider-Man’ Trailer Reactions, The Lizard and How His Take Differs From Sam Raimi’s
- Interview: Jane Goldman & Susan Hill interview: The Woman In Black
- 10 Classic Haunted House Movies
- ‘Chronicle’: the movie that makes special effects special again
- John Scalzi on on Lessons from the Success of Chronicle.
- The top 50 foreign language films of the last decade
- Total Film attempts to pick out just 50 Great Lord Of The Rings Moments
- A Valentine’s Day gift buying guide from Hero Complex.
- Interview: Design in Nature author Adrian Bejan chats with Suvudu
- Interview: I Should Be Writing interviews Jeff VanderMeer
- Interview: Myke Cole on ‘Military Fantasy’
- Interview: SFSignal chats with author Jennifer Pelland of Unwelcome Bodies
- Interview: Suggest questions for Anne Rice, who is promoting her book, The Wolf Gift, at Google on February 24.
- Interview: Terrible Minds talks to Martha Wells about The Serpent Sea.
- News: 39% of U.S. Public Libraries without e-books
- David Brin lists The Greatest Science Fiction and Fantasy Tales.
- 10 Frightening Facts You Probably Didn’t Know About Ants
- Bear McCreary reveals the physics behind your favorite science fiction theme tunes
- Cloning scientists create human brain cells
- The science fiction effect: Laura Kahn on how science fiction can help explain concepts that are otherwise difficult for many…or perhaps, don’t hold their interest. Interesting that Frankenstein is arguably the first time that science fiction appears. From Frankenstein to Jurassic Park, authors have been writing about ‘mad scientists’ messing around with life. Science fiction can be a powerful tool to influence society’s views — one scientists should embrace.”
- 10 Ways Big Data is Creating the Science Fiction Future
- Scientists invent robot that eats organic matter, then poops it out. Why worry about robots and zombies when you could be worried about robotic zombies?
- Will Artificial Intelligence be America’s Next Big Thing?
- News: A revival is in the works for Space: 1999
- News: The Magicians did not get picked up by Fox.
- io9 names its picks for the 10 Sexiest Evil Twins of All Time.
- Average Playtime Of Skyrim PC Players Is 75 Hours
- A new theme park in Ilsan, just outside Seoul, South Korea features interactive adventures using Kinect technology. That’s way cheaper than building rides, exhibits, and a fantasy world.