Wherein Adam hands over the controls for a guest book review of Neal Stephenson’s Seveneves
Wherein Adam goes looking for a diamond in the rough with The Colony and finds naught but frozen turd.
As a Korean-language anthology of short films, Doomsday Book is a capable piece of storytelling but far from inspired.
Seeking a Friend for the End of the World borrows a common sci-fi motif to subvert the rom-com and celebrate the tragicomedy.
2010’s Stake Land is a primer on avoiding cliches when creating a post-apocalyptic movie with supernatural themes.
Despite being married to a horrible toy selling gimmick, Captain Power was a series ahead of its time. Now it might be coming back…
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.
The fourth installment in the Gears of War franchise promises a brand new Locust killing experience, but could it have been something different?
What would happen if a tribute said no?
Summary Judgement: It’s incredibly difficult to pull off an innovative alien invasion story. Alien Apocalypse manages that task in just under ten thousand words.