Wherein Adam isn’t sure if he ‘spoiled’ The Cabin in the Woods
Wherein I mull on definitions of horror and reject the idea of entry-level science fiction.
Wherein I explore how The Sims takes a steaming dump on the centuries old relationship between technology, art, and engagement with both.
I tempt fate and the wrath of Stephen King in a discussion on how Under the Dome is a terrible choice for a television adaptation.
Matt Moore takes over the Page of Reviews and talks about the challenges of horror on television.
The Anthology of European SF explores a broad range of science fiction and mobilizes a variety of voices from Europe’s SF community.
2001’s Ghosts of Mars is, by all rights, a terrible movie. With a few minor changes, however, John Carpenter’s first entry of the new millennium could have been much better.
This month on AvS: noir horror, epic fantasy, and a dog who just wants to be loved.
Post Mortem Press’ Fear the Abyss anthology skillfully explores the darker sides of science, knowledge, and the burdens that come with both.
Despite every cinematic indication otherwise, The Dead Undead is not porn. It’s just really really bad.