- Download Star Wars snowflake designs as PDF files.
- Frank Frazetta’s Lord of the Rings
- George R.R. Martin’s awkward lunch with J.K. Rowling
- Interview: Chris Pine Talks Star Trek Into Darkness
- Interview: Colin Trevorrow on Directing Star Wars: “I Will Make It Not Suck”
- Interview: Geek Nation talks with Amber Benson about her new film, Dust Up.
- News: Ian McKellen so frustrated with The Hobbit FX it made him cry
- News: Moviehole reports that Lando Calrissian might be in Episode VII.
- News: Tom Hardy takes lead in film adaption of Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell.
- 10 Upcoming Comic Book Movies That Are Already Doomed To Fail
- Ask an Economist: Which Bond Villain Plan Would Have Worked?
- “Hello, my name is Allison, and I have never seen Star Wars. Nope, not any of them. ” – confessions of a Star Wars virgin as she watches Star Wars, The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi.
- Is his face always like that? It’s like he washed it with a powdered doughnut. The Confused Notes of a Twilight Newbie Forced to Watch Breaking Dawn
- Vulture Ranks All 28 Steven Spielberg Films
- Watch all of the Hobbit trailer footage re-cut into chronological order.
- No more CTRL+ALT+DEL+. Tim Buckley is rebooting his Web-Comic. Interesting explanation of why in his blog post
- Infographic: The Best-Selling Sci-Fi Books of All Time
- Interview: The Rumpus Interview with Nanette Vonnegut
- Interview: Sense of Wonder interviews Jo Walton.
- Interview: Sword and Laser interviews Jim Butcher of Cold Days.
- In 1978, Micheal Moorcock wrote an essay Starship Stormtroopers published in Anarchist Review which said that most popular science-fiction and fantasy is deeply Reactionary (authoritarian conservative right-wing themes), he mocked the notion of sci-fi being a “literature of ideas”. But there is some “socialist” science fiction, China Miéville put together a list of Fifty Fantasy & Science Fiction Works That Socialists Should Read.
- Realizing the true potential of digital reading
- What would combat in space really be like?
- News: Kaley Cuoco Drops Big Banging Relationship Bomb
- The 20 Best Cliffhangers Ever Shown on Science Fiction or Fantasy TV
- The Big Bang Theory Flash Mob: Short Version. Full Compilation.
- First we had a prequel minisode, then a trailer, and now some Doctor Who Christmas special promo stills. Whovians are buzzing with excitement!
- Here’s a featurette on the making of Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome
- 10 Things I Hate About Wii U
- Every Gesture Used to Beat Angry Birds Visualized on Paper
- Should Mass Effect 4 be a prequel or sequel?
- TIME names its picks for the All-TIME 100 greatest video games.
- With the recent release of the new instalment of first-person shooter goliath Call of Duty, Activision is poised to make another cool gazillion dollars or so. In fact, the game is popular with many gamers except for one significant group — the professional ones: “The new games can bring all kinds of changes. Guns fire differently. The physics of the world have been tweaked. This makes it challenging and fun for casual players, but it’s a nightmare scenario for pros. The most important thing for professionals is to be able to practice and play the same game, with the same rules, for years and years to hone their skills.