Here’s one example of why Science Fiction is so cool – the ‘Ousters’ method of interrogation.
“But the fact was that the civilians and captured troops had been found flayed open and pinned down on steel trays like frogs in a biology lab, their organs bathed with nutrient fluids, arms and legs efficiently amputated, eyes removed, and their minds readied for interrogators’ questions with crude cortical comtaps and shunt-plugs jacked directly through three-centimeter holes in the skulls.” 50 more words
It’s an obvious aspect of the film-making industry that many sequels just don’t match up to the originals. J.J. Abrams and the cast of Star Trek: Into Darkness were able to avoid a slump in their sophomore follow-up, and that is impressive in its own right. 226 more words