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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.

17 Through ’17: Passengers

Passengers

Here’s our list of 17 not to be missed movies to see starting next month and through the end to 2017.  Each day we will bring you the next on the list.  These are in chronological order of release date, …

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17 Through ’17: Arrival

Arrival

Here’s our list of 17 not to be missed movies to see starting next month and through the end to 2017.  Each day we will bring you the next on the list.  These are in chronological order of release date, …

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17 Through ’17: Doctor Strange

Doctor Strange

Here’s our list of 17 not to be missed movies to see starting next month and through the end to 2017.  Each day we will bring you the next on the list.  These are in chronological order of release date, …

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Sci-FI Short Friday: Paths of Hate

Paths of Hate

And now for something completely different . . . Paths of Hate. Focus on fight. The dimension of fighting is irrelevant, as well as the ideology behind it. It does not matter whether two people are involved or millions. What remains are …

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Ghost in the Shell Teasers

Ghost in the Shell

Dreamworks is developing a live action version of Oshii Mamoru‘s classic and masterful anime adaptation of Masamune Shirow‘s original manga . . . Ghost in the Shell.  The title is a reference to housing a “soul” or “intelligence” within an artificial, cybernetic …

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Passengers Trailer

Passengers

Today brings us the first “love in space” trailer for Passengers, based on a hot script written by Jon Spaihts (Prometheus).  The script appeared on Hollywood’s “Black List,” which is a survey of the “most liked” (not necessarily the “best”) screenplays …

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