Tag: post apocalyptic

Roadside Picnic

Review: Roadside Picnic

(Header concept art by Alex Andreev.) I am SO behind on my book reviews at this point that I plan on posting abbreviated versions going forward just to catch up. […]

Retro Review: The Road Warrior

The Road Warrior was my first exposure to the Mad Max milieu. I quickly went back and watched the original Mad Max. Beyond Thunderdome has some problems. Fury Road returns Max to his true element. The Mad Max series is one of the favorite in my DVD/Bluray collection. [Original publication: Mar 7, 2000]

The Art of Nivanh Chanthara

The Dystopian Art of Nivanh Chanthara

Nivanh Chanthara is currently a concept artist at Eidos Montreal, working on undisclosed next generation projects.  You may (or may not) know him for this conceptual work on Eidos’ critically […]

Mad Max: Fury Road

Three New Mad Max Films Planned

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 […]

Mad Max: Fury Road

Bat Shit Insane Mad Max: Fury Road Trailer

Posted with minimal comment . . . There’s really not much more to say about this new Mad Max: Fury Road trailer that I didn’t say in the title.  It’s […]

The Last of Us

The Last of Us Movie

Saddened that the heavily lauded The Last of Us game wasn’t released for the PC, or don’t feel like dropping $60 on a 6 hour long game?  Afterall, the game […]

Review: Oblivion (2013)

Should you go see Oblivion? Yes, and here’s why. It’s not often these days that fans of science fiction (and speculative fiction) are presented with movies like this (eg. standalone, original works). If you …