In this week's viewing: One straggling premiere, and a difficult decision about what to keep watching for the rest of the season.
While a cryo capsule resurrects the body of a survived crew member on his long way back to Earth, his wakening mind unwinds memories of the first contact mission…
Nanobots take a colon ride
Don't drink that weird looking shot
A roundup of September's posts
In this week's viewing: Premiere time is almost over, but never completely over.
OFFWORLD makes a nice addition to the exploration and experimentation that Adam Savage is known for.
In the 1960s, a Cosmonaut is lost in space
A man with no name, and out of his era, survives the way he can in a hostile and mysterious forest.
In this week's viewing: A whole cavalcade of new fall premiere! (Plus the answer to what Re:ZERO's plans are.)
A technician conducting empathy tests on androids stumbles across a life-changing secret when an unruly subject complicates her work.
It's officially fall when a whole new wave of anime arrives.
In this week's viewing: Three shows are done for the season, with one coming down to the wire.
An old theme but nicely done
An Artificial Intelligence awakens on Earth to find the planet decimated by a malevolent alien race..
In this week's viewing: No Guns Life gives its protagonist a crucial confrontation with his issues, Deca-Dence puts its at the literal center of things, and more!
Visit with Jack Barrowman online at Galaxy Con
Sounds like the Benny & Barney Hill hoax
A neuroscientist goes on a quest of discovery
Time travel meets pizza delivery in this humorous short.
In this week's viewing: Appare-Ranman! and Deca-Dence telegraph plot points rather badly, and more!
Get some inspiration from Recursor TV with these current and up-coming shows.
Hilarious take on the subject, though not safe for work.
It's no wonder this short film took the Staff Pick award at SXSW
Celebrating Bradbury's Centennial with a look back at the premiere of Truffaut's titular movie
The future holds all kinds of possibilities for leisure
In this week's viewing: Appare-Ranman and No Guns Life's villains are just in it for the money, and more!
Today Steve reviews a Russian science fiction movie set during the days of the USSR. Russia’s putting out some pretty good SF movies these days!
In a place where memory lives, a woman is in search of someone tremendously important to her. THE FOURTH DOOR blends live action, art, animation and more to create its evocative tone.
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