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Neal Ulen

Neal Ulen
Editor/Webmaster - Engineer by training, nerd by passion. Speculative fiction has influenced me since I was a kid, guiding me to the career I have now, and likely saving me from myself during times in my young life when the path was fraught with a minefield of choices. I dabble in tech, game, film, fiction, and writing. These are my true passions, and have been since the summer of '77.

2015 British Science Fiction Association Awards

The winners for the 2015 British Science Fiction Association (BSFA) Award, were recently announced at Eastercon Best Novel Ancillary Sword,  Ann Leckie (Orbit) Short Fiction “The Honey Trap”, Ruth EJ Booth Artwork Tessa Farmer for her sculpture The Wasp Factory, after …

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First 15 Minutes of The Witcher 3

The Witcher 3

Courtesy of IGN comes a video showing the first 15 minutes of gameplay (not cinematics) from Projekt Red‘s new open world adventure game The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. One thing is for certain, the game looks absolutely gorgeous as you …

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2015 Hugo Award Nominations

The 2015 Hugo Award Ceremony takes place on Saturday, 22 August, 2015 at Sasquan in Spokane, Washington. BEST NOVEL (1827 ballots) Ancillary Sword by Ann Leckie (Orbit US; Orbit UK) The Dark Between the Stars by Kevin J. Anderson (Tor …

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Three New Mad Max Films Planned

Mad Max: Fury Road

News for the new Mad Max flick has been heating up.  The media push for the ultra-violent, R rated, post-apocalyptic opus is reaching fevered levels. Esquire magazine just released an interview with Mad Max: Fury Road star Tom Hardy.   …

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Poltergeist Remake Trailer

“They’re heeeeeere!” In an industry glut of reboots, was anyone really clamoring for a remake of 1982’s Poltergeist?  Does the Hollywood of 2015 care?  Be honest! No.  They care about safe, secure returns on their investment. Initial glance tells me …

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Update In Progress . . .

There is nothing wrong with your television.  Do not attempt to adjust the picture.  We are controlling transmission.  If we wish to make it louder, we will bring up the volume.  If we wish to make it softer, we will …

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