- Over at Flickr, dbx1 has posted photos of My Little Zombie Pony.
- Arnold’s career may have some life in it yet, because according to MovieHole, Director Robert Rodriguez Wants Schwarzenegger in Predators.
- Cinema Blend reviews 10 Hollywood Cliches Which Can Go Either Way.
- Daily Fill compares Pixar’s track record to other blockbusters, like the James Bond franchise. Turns out Pixar is kicking some serious butt.
- I couldn’t help but laugh. This list of The Worst-Dressed Women Warriors in Fantasy could only have been written by a woman, because most of the women on it are way too hot for a guy to complain.
- Free Fiction: Listen to “System, Magic, Spirit” by T.D. Edge at Beneath Ceaseless Skies.
- Free Fiction: Read “28 Daytrips Later” by Sumit Dam at Sumitsays.com.
- Free Fiction: Read “All Cats Are Gray” by Andre Alice Norton (1953) at Feedbooks.
- Free Fiction: Read “Hide and Horns” by Joe R. Lansdale at Subterranean Press.
- Interview: Tor.com interviews science fiction author Kevin J. Anderson.
- According to Wired.com, the Kindle isn’t doing well in the UK. Not much of a surprise.
- The Kick-Ass Mystic Ninjas discuss The Black Company by Glen Cook.
- Over at ieee Spectrum, Renowned sci-fi writer Kim Stanley Robinson reviews a century of Mars fiction, including all the old standbys and a few novels you may not have heard of.
- SFX lists the 10 Most Crucial British Science Fiction Novels.
- StreetLevel’s list of The Top 10 Most Ridiculous Transformers Ever seems redundant. Don’t get me wrong. I fricking love the Transformers, but come on. They’re flying, shape-shifting, alien robots fighting over the energy sources of Earth despite the fact that the energy required to travel here in the first place would be all but incalculable.
- Sucks to be German. According to german website Chip Online, ministers of the interior of all sixteen German federal states agreed to forbid the production and distribution of all video games “where the main part is to realistically play the killing of people or other cruel or unhuman acts of violence against humans or manlike characters.”