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City in the Storm chapter 19

From the Journal of Tulip Tarantello, dated 11/07/83

As of noon today, we have a plan, a real strategy that we can execute. It’s more than I feel like I’ve had in a long time, really since crashing into the Orb fortress, and it feels good to have direction, to know where we’re headed, even if the goal seems impossible to reach. 2,219 more words

Fantasy

Osmosis (2019) Review, "An Original Sci-fi Romance Story"

“Osmosis” is one hidden germ Original Netflix Series you should check out! This French series consists of 8 episodes for its first season, released on Match 29th 2019. 635 more words

Romance

These Few Hours (2019) – 2 stars

Director: Dia Taylor

Writers: Dia Taylor

Cast: Benjamin Newall, Katrina Sebastian

Running time: 7 mins

Dystopian horror is hard enough to do with a hefty budget and the backing of the Netflix talent mill, let alone on a shoestring budget. 640 more words

Reviews

The Films of "Science Fiction/Double Feature" EXTRA: The Invisible Man (1897) Review

H.G. Wells, the father of science fiction. Shouldn’t it be grandfather? Perhaps forefather? I suppose Jules Verne can lay claim to the crown too. Regardless, the subject for today’s review is Wells’ 1897 novel, first appearing as a serial in… 224 more words

Drew Martin

The Films of "Science Fiction/Double Feature": The Invisible Man (1933) Review

“Claude Rains was the Invisible Man.”

Bandaged. Clothed. Disguised. Invisible all the same for the majority of the film. The lyric’s correct. Claude Rains was the Invisible Man in Universal’s 1933 film classified under the famous “Universal Horror” banner, … 295 more words

Drew Martin

Book Review: Port Eternity, C. J. Cherryh (1982)

(Gary LaSasso’s cover for the 1983 edition)

4/5 (Good)

In my late teens I encountered the space opera of C. J. Cherryh  through the Hugo and Nebula Award-winning… 990 more words

Science Fiction

Horror-thon Day #13: 10 Cloverfield Lane

Day #13 of
Horror-thon brings us to 10 Cloverfield Lane, a 2016 sci-fi psychological
horror centred around three people in an underground bunker.

Let me get… 1,039 more words