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Sci-Fi Short Friday: Entropy

Check out this awesome science fiction short depicting a space ship traveling far beyond the confines of Earth. Much like the Wanderers video that came out a couple years ago, it captures the awesome potential of what space travel might …

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The Decline of Popcorn Movies Part II

The Decline of Popcorn Movies

The text below the break is part one of an opinion piece originally published on June 5th, 2000. Here are some updated thoughts:  Some of the words ring very true in this article.  Specifically about how popcorn flicks have morphed into …

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Review: Roadside Picnic

Roadside Picnic

Short Attention Span Review™ Roadside Picnic 4.0 Roadside Picnic would make a fantastic movie or television show, if done correctly. There was a Russian adaptation filmed in 1979. Sadly it falls well short on production and interpretation of the novel, …

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Retro Review: The Legend of Drunken Master

The Legend of Drunken Master

If you like Jackie Chan and can’t get enough of that awe-inspiring action, you will love the The Legend of Drunken Master. If not, I suggest you go anyway just to witness the unusual “Drunken Boxing” fighting style. It’s a refreshing break from traditional martial arts films.

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The Decline of Popcorn Movies Part I

The Decline of Popcorn Movies

As a public service to fellow movie fans, I offer you the following group of warning signs that point to a modern 'popcorn' movie. Does having one or two of them mean the movie you rented or went to see is south of cheese? Not necessarily, but having more than three should raise immediate suspicion.

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Clarkesworld #116

Clarkesworld 118

Clarkesworld is a monthly science fiction and fantasy magazine first published in October 2006.  Each issue contains interviews, thought-provoking articles, two reprints, and at least four or five works of original fiction. Our fiction is also available in ebook editions/subscriptions, …

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Retro Review: Aliens

Aliens is an instant classic, rife with memorable scenes, heat pounding action, and quotable one liners. It transformed the stalking and sinister xenomorph into a Colonial Marine slaying monster. If you don't own it, …

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