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Reaching for Elysium: Why the movie could have been great but wasn’t

In the “Hero’s Journey” myth, Elysium (or the Elysium Fields in Greek mythology) is the paradise that true heroes go to when they die...

How I Spent My First WorldCon: An Illustrated Report – Alex Shvartsman (USA)

Much like everything else about my life as a writer, attending cons is a fresh experience for me. Starting about two years ago I...

Solaris by Stanislaw Lem and Steven Soderbergh

Steven Soderbergh's stylish psychological thriller, released November 2002 in the United States by 20th Century Fox (and recently out on video), eloquently captures the...

Incorporated: Or How I Lost My Soul to Climate Change by Nina Munteanu (Canada)

Incorporated is a science fiction thriller that offers a chilling glimpse of a post-climate change dystopia. Created by David and Alex Pastor and produced...

Oblivion: welcome back classic science-fiction

For classic science fiction I do not mean the one relegated to a specific period, but the one close to a romantic vision that...

An Aussie in Europe

First, let me thank all the European fans who voted for me for GUFF. I won the race and have finally returned from...

”The Witcher” Series – A Review by Alex Khlopenko

Netflix “The Witcher”: Slavic Fantasy embarassed of its roots I’ve read the entire Witcher series in one hot July thirteen years...