‘Good Night Oppy’ director talks Opportunity Mars rover (exclusive)

Some robots just refuse to die. Presenting the improbable tale of a little space robot that could, Amazon Original Films is rolling out their inspirational documentary titled “Good Night Oppy” for theatrical release on Nov. 4, prior to its worldwide Prime Video launch on Nov. 23, just in time for a tear-filled family viewing on … Read more

Event Horizon at 25: Director Paul WS Anderson on his cult film’s stylish sci-fi nightmares (exclusive)

Aging like a fine bottle of reserve Cabernet Sauvignon, “Event Horizon” was British director Paul WS Anderson’s follow-up Hollywood feature after the enormous success of his martial arts fantasy “Mortal Kombat” two years previous. Now crowned with certified cult status, “Event Horizon” celebrates its 25th anniversary today and one would be hard pressed to name … Read more

Drift back to Arrakis in ‘Dune: The Graphic Novel, Book 2: Muad’ Dib’ (exclusive)

Back in late 2020, Abrams ComicArts released the first volume of an ambitious graphic novel adaptation of Frank Herbert’s seminal sci-fi novel, “Dune.” Written by Herbert’s son, Brian Herbert, with longtime collaborator Kevin J. Anderson, “Dune: The Graphic Novel Book 1” represented the very first comic book treatment of the iconic 1965 masterwork. This stunning … Read more

Exclusive: Liam Sharp conjures a sci-fi epic with ‘Starhenge’

When it comes to stellar comic book art, a few mortals can match the impressive work of British-born Liam Sharp, whose enchanted pencils have graced such hit titles over the decades as “Death’s Head,” “Cap Stone,” “The Brave and the Bold: Batman and Wonder Woman,” “The Green Lantern,” and “Batman: Reptilian.” Now this award-winning creator … Read more

Exclusive: VFX artist Phil Tippett discusses ‘Mad God’

Whenever discussions of original “Star Wars Trilogy” royalty are raised, Phil Tippett’s name comes into the esteemed mix alongside George Lucas, Ralph McQuarrie, John Dykstra, Richard Edlund, Brian Johnson, Dennis Muren, Joe Johnston, Jon Berg and others. As an Academy Award-winning artist and Industrial Light & Magic special effects guru responsible for such indelible “Star … Read more

Exclusive: Director Emily Dean creates a trippy Moebius tribute to Netflix’s ‘Love, Death + Robots Vol. 3’

With its NSFW collection of science fiction dreams and nightmares, Netflix’s Emmy Award-winning animated anthology, Love, Death + Robots, is one of the most provocative offerings from the streaming giant. The latest volume of “Love, Death + Robots” recently kicked off its third, and possibly the best, season to date on May 20 with a … Read more

‘Night Sky’: JK Simmons on his new sci-fi series (exclusive)

Ever dream of having your own private portal to a distant planet where you could kick back and watch shooting stars dance across an alien sunset? Amazon Prime Video’s new sci-fi thriller, “Night Sky” delivers just such a fantastic destination in their latest puzzle-box offering that enters our orbit starting today (May 20) to join … Read more

Obi-Wan And Anakin team up during the Clone Wars in Mike Chen’s new ‘Star Wars: Brotherhood’ novel (exclusive)

Happy Star Wars Day to all those who enjoy a tall glass of blue milk and dream of twin Tatooine sunsets on the horizon. To add to the annual Star Wars revelry of all things from a galaxy far, far away, we bring word of a new space opera novel from Del Rey titled “Star … Read more

‘Star Trek’ wisdom with ‘Phasers on Stun!’ book exclusive

Steeped in the legends and lore of the vast “Star Trek” franchise, veteran journalist Ryan Britt has been enamored of the space opera sensation ever since dressing up as a pint-size Spock for Halloween as a third-grader. Britt’s new retrospective guide, “Phasers on Stun!: How the Making (and Remaking) of Star Trek Changed the World,” … Read more