While science-fiction has a long history, stretching all the way back to ancient times, most people encounter the genre commonly through the medium of TV series and films.
In this episode, join us as we do the time warp again! Yes, it’s a time travel episode and yes, we’ll definitely come back to this in the future.
All the films I saw in 2018 were adaptations of novels or installments of ongoing series. But how does one adapt a novel to film successfully?
Of all the television shows that I saw in 2018, the new Lost in Space, distributed by Netflix, has stuck with me the most.
Looking back on 2018 in science-fiction television, I discover I’ve forgotten as much as I actually enjoyed.
Let’s take a closer look at Star Trek’s USS Enterprise, arguably one of the most iconic spaceship designs in popular culture.
In this second episode of our podcast, the team talks about the very first episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation, “Encounter at Farpoint”.
Fans of modern science fiction may find themselves wondering what the plural of “apocalypse” is (it’s “apocalypses”). Is there any way to raise the stakes without losing the heart?
In this very first episode, we each talk about our single favourite science-fiction thing. Prepare for Spaceballs, Star Trek, and even some good old fashioned literature.
The lowest-rated episode of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine is “Let He Who Is Without Sin…” In celebration of its twenty-fifth anniversary, here’s why that episode is still pretty good.
Weird western Wynonna Earp might not fit the bill of prestige television, but it’s incredibly fun to watch. Its owes a clear (and heavily lampshaded) debt to the iconic series Buffy the Vampire Slayer, but plays on that to the show’s advantage.