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Science Fiction Today - United Nations

The United Nations. If you’re like me, then they are that overarching governing body that you completely forget about most of the time. They have a lot of member states, but do they have a lot of power? 520 more words

Science Fiction

Judgement Day Project

Mr Saturday and I are lifelong fans of Judge Dredd.  We have been collecting and painting toy soldiers for approximately the same duration. So why is it that neither of us have very many painted Dredd related miniatures? 280 more words

Dredd

Indie Revolver Talks to Ex Machina Director Alex Garland About Auteurs, Star Wars and a New 28 Days Later Film!

by: Jay Carlson

Indie Revolver recently had the opportunity to sit down with writer/director Alex Garland to discuss his newest film, Ex Machina. You might know Garland through his previous work as a comic artist or novelist (He wrote the novel that was adapted for the Danny Boyle film,  1,854 more words

Film

Long game starting to come together on 'Game of Thrones'

* Arya and Sansa Stark are learning, more than Rob and Papa Stark ever did. Arya – thanks largely to Dog, although she’s had other tutoring along the way – is figuring out just the sort of mentality it takes to be a warrior and leader and survive in Westeros. 561 more words

Pop Culture

Brief Reviews: Dredd (2012)

With Judge Dredd’s previous cinema-outing being the poorly-received Sylvester Stallone actioner, it’s surprising that he was given another chance. Thankfully, under Pete Travis’ careful direction, Dredd is the adaptation that 2000AD fans can be proud of. 300 more words

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Science Fiction Today - Justice System

The justice system is a complicated process and deals with not only finding the people who commit crimes, but also convicting and judging them. There are a lot of different areas that make up the entire justice system and in science fiction we see these areas dealt with in very different ways. 485 more words

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Watch: Just Before I Go - Trailer

On the verge of giving up on life, a guy travels to his hometown to make amends.

Remember Seann William Scott? From forever ago? Well, he’s in this. 26 more words

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