We count down some geeky Sci-Fi and Fantasy novels that even your average soccer mom can enjoy.
If you’re reading this site and don’t know who Michael Ironside is, I can only assume you never read the credits of movies.
This week’s answers involve pirates, bad animation adaptations, David Lynch and hentai. yes, hentai.
This week on Blu-ray: an action movie named after booze, a LaBeouf head on a porn star body, the Dune that never was, and the action sequel that nobody will compare to Dredd this time (except for where I just did).
Things you may have missed this weekend. JK Rowling has regrets, Neil Gaiman reads Dr. Seuss, Dan Aykroyd enforces the law for real, and more.
Other writers will give you a comprehensive guide, but I’m here to single out those that match our interests: fantasy, animation, horror, sci-fi and terrible things that make us hate ourselves.
There’s an entire tumblr dedicated to putting the words of Arrakis Messiah Paul Atreides into the speech bubbles of the divinely entitled Calvin
The following are ten of the most memorable intoxicating beverages from the sci-fi lexicon. Some are just beverages, some replace meals, but they all could accomplish one thing: f**k you up good.
Prior to last week, I had watched the 1984 movie Dune exactly once – in a theater, when it came out. Now I’m older. And I revere the movie’s director, an at-the-time obscure auteur by the name of David Lynch. If somebody told me nowadays that David Lynch was about to make an epic sci-fi movie about a Messiah fable, I’d be all over it. Since he already did, however, I decided that there might be a chance of redemption.