(Long post ahead, but I guarantee sci-fi fans will enjoy the read) This year, I seemed to be taking all sorts of chances with the Emirates Festival of Literature...picking authors I hadn't heard of. Whatever will I do next? So why did I want to go for Alastair Reynold's session? Simply because the topic said: … Continue reading A quick lesson in science fiction by Alastair Reynolds at Emirates LitFest
“I bring you to a paradise planet two billion light-years from earth and you want to update… twitter?” 2 months ago · Notes#matt smith #eleven #eleventh doctor #who gifs #doctor who #the girl who waited #series 6 via timeywimeycaps.tumblr.com A non-timey wimey quote that made me chuckle... To be fair to Amy Pond, I'd want … Continue reading “You want to update…Twitter?”
“from the first moment I laid eyes on you, I could never see the end.” “what scares me is, I always could.” Reblogged from hjea with Notes / farscape john/aeryn king of otps via hollywoodgrrl.tumblr.com
It was slightly over a month ago when my Nathan Fillion-nut friend @TDAllonsy tweeted this to me: And when I clicked on that truly shiny link, I reached here. After eagerly reading the witty interview with Nathan Fillion, lo and behold! There was a link to buy an SFX special! The Top 100 Sci-Fi Icons … Continue reading Top 100 sci-fi icons of the 21st century? Yeah I’m buying that.
Review – I am Number Four Devina Divecha reviews the newest sci-fi action epic to hit the screen I am Number Four hits your senses with its opening scene: a dramatic chase in the middle of a jungle by unknown creatures. An action film – stop right there. I am Number Four is a film … Continue reading Review – I am Number Four | The Graduate Times
Let me start with showing you an image. The following photograph is of the most awesome Spock poster I found at Forbidden Planet (the best sci-fi store I have ever come across. EVER.) a month ago and is now carefully tacked up on the wall behind my bed. In case you can't figure it out, Spock's … Continue reading My relationship with sci-fi