In exploring what happens when aging can be outsourced to the developing world, Transfer proves a good film that falls short of greatness.
Ramez Naam’s debut novel, Nexus, examines how technology might inform the next step in human evolution.
Cylons and rovers might be man’s future in space, but Steve Umstead makes starships cool again in the first book of the Evan Gabriel Trilogy.
The visions of the future offered in Blood & Water are, in all likelihood, more in tune to the reality of our world than most people would care to admit.
Job Hunters demonstrates two things: a brilliant taste for black humour and bang for the buck production values that put traditional television to shame.