- Brave and Pixar’s other incredibly detail-oriented movies: By the numbers
- Live Long and Prosper: An Animated Alternate Opening Sequence for Star Trek: The Original Series.
- Starry Night Recreated Using Dominos
- Web Browser Replacing Art Galleries?
- Interview: Gregg Hurwitz to put a psychological spin on ‘Dark Knight’
- News: The Dark Knight Rises Day is Coming to a Comic Store Near You
- Comic books hold lessons worth learning
- The iPad Is Helping Make ‘Motion’ Comics A Graphic, Gratifying Reality
- Interview: ‘Avengers’ Sunk ‘Battleship,’ Director Peter Berg Says.
- Interview: Lightspeed discusses Comic-Con, Episode IV with Morgan Spurlock
- Interview: MTV chats with Emma Stone of The Amazing Spider-Man
- Interview: Leonard Nimoy Talks About Last Minute Changes To His Final Scene In The Wrath of Khan at the 2012 LA Film Fest
- News: Alan Moore hates films based on his comics so he’s making his own
- News: Transformers 4: Michael Bay purges stars, may go into space
- Reviews: Brave: Does Pixar’s first heroine live up to the hype?
- The 10 Scariest Giant Movie Monsters Of All Time
- Avengers: More Mistakes Than Any Other Movie This Year? Just see for yourself.
- Blade Runner turns 30: Sci-fi masterpiece’s greatest moments
- Comic book films’ success credited to super fans
- Essayist and cartoonist Tim Kreider is no stranger to film criticism, but his detailed analysis of Spielberg/Kubrick’s AI deserve special attention.
- Head-scratching sci-fi questions
- “I went to see “Brave” at a midnight screening last night. I don’t know if it was good or not. I spent the entire movie looking for that truck.” (For the record, the truck appears as a stone carving, and it did make an appearance in The Incredibles, despite whatever the internets may say.)
- Why Knight and Day is better than Inception … or not.
- Awesome books to replace your favorite cancelled shows.
- Collection of Inspiring Letters From Famous Authors to Their Young Fans
- Making E-books Is Harder Than It Looks
- Spellbound Magazine was a fiction, poetry, and art magazine for kids all about fantasy. Creators Raechel Henderson and Marcie Tentchoff are trying to restart it.
- TV’s all-time greatest writers.
- FTL might be achieved between the years 2300 and 3000
- The Physics of Ray Bradbury’s “A Sound of Thunder”
- New ideas in Tractor Beam Technology relies on Negative Radiation Pressure
- Prolost contends that Your New TV Ruins Movies.
- Interview: Emma Caulfield talks Joss, Jane Espenson and Once Upon a Time.
- 5 lessons for start-ups from Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
- In November of 1966, two months after the first Star Trek series premièred in the U.S., science fiction author Isaac Asimov wrote an article for TV Guide in which he complained about the numerous scientific inaccuracies found in science fiction TV shows of the day — Star Trek included. That show’s creator, Gene Roddenberry, didn’t take kindly to the jab, and immediately wrote to Asimov with a polite but stern response that also went some way to explaining the difficulties of bringing such a show to the screen.
- Science Fiction Theatre, which aired on TV from 1955 to 1957, is now available on YouTube. It’s one of those vintage series that are so bad, they’re funny. Enjoy.
- Feminist Frequency is also running a Kickstarter, in order to get funding to create a series on gender tropes in video games. More backing, more videos.
- What Could Be Worse Than Minecraft’s Creepers? How About the SWAT Team? It turns out that there is a little game that some people connected to this great series of tubes like to play. It’s called “SWATing” and it involves calling law enforcement officers on the home of someone who irritated you on the Internet.