Steve reviews a “sci-fi” movie from 2018, which cribs… er, steals… er, is loosely based on Herman Melville’s “Moby-Dick.”
The Ecuadorian writer Jorge Vivanco has published a novel in Milan-Italy that borders on science fiction and fantasy. This is titled: Albanuma: the lost city (Ageebooks, 2015), which is in its second edition.
New releases and a suggestion on how to use books to encourage social distancing
A complete history of Canadian Fantastica! A lot longer than you think, but shorter than it could have been!
This week, Steve reviews a book by D.G. Valdron about the cult SF series LEXX, from the late 1990s. He says both book and series are well worth a fan’s attention.
You are pulled through the novel like the proverbial fly-on-the-wall riding on a character’s shoulders observing what’s happening with morbid fascination.
If you’re a fan of Chinese action movies and Milla Jovovich, this movie sounds like a good bet… but it’s not. Only for the Jovovich completist. And maybe not then.
A discourse on the author Stephen King. (This post originally appeared here in Spanish).
Following the bankruptcy, Gernsback is forced to give up the helm. Here is a review of the last issue published under his editorship.
A discourse on the story THE YOUNG MAN WHO SUBIÓ AL CIELO; profiles of several additional authors including José María, Jorge A., Cuzco and Jesús Lara Lara
Steve reviews the March-April F&SF and then the newish movie “Freaky.” Should you watch it? Maybe, if you’re younger than, say, 30. Otherwise… meh.
Wry humor, political intrigue and alternate history combine in this fantasy romp
Martha Wells, J.S. Dewes and Julie E. Czerneda are featured in this roundup of upcoming releases.
Godzilla VS Kong: A hot mess not worth a nickel.
This third entry in the Skylines trilogy doesn’t quite hold up the tent
Surprising talent is discovered in Luis Saavedra Vargas first book, a collection of varied tales
Apparently, you CAN rely on the human race for something, and screwing things up would be that thing.
Introducing Polar Starlight, a magazine of Canadian speculative poetry, offering a free download of its first issue
In this week’s viewing: Re:ZERO definitively sets things on a new course, Wonder Egg Priority is all about changes ahead, and more!
Ecuadorian writer Efraín Villacís’ new novel is dystopian science fiction
February’s popular post round up for our Spanish reading friends
This week Steve reviews another Steve—okay, they’re both Stephen, but this one doesn’t use that name—Stephen King, whose latest effort is called “Later.” It’s a horror-crime novel. And it’s good!
“Meh” or “Must Watch”? Veronica will tell you.
I love the “day repeating itself” trope and so was eager to watch the movie “Map of Tiny Perfect Things”
It’s about trees. Trees that collectively form a super computer of unimaginable power. Trouble is each tree thinks of itself as a human being, and you know that means trouble.
Creature Feature: A Horrid Comedy by Steven Paul Leiva will take you back to those late-night fright fests we enjoyed as kids.
A review of Stephen King’s The Mist
Sometimes March roars in like a lion and roars out the same way. It seems everybody wanted to have an early release this month
A review of Argentine author Betina González’s novel América alucinada
Two publishers – one from the US and the other from Chile got together to celebrate Poe