Category: sci-fi

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“The Fisherman” An Exclusive Animated Sci-Fi Short Film from DUST

Sci-Fi short film channel DUST just released their first exclusive animated feature “The Fisherman.” A series of serendipitous events lead to a chance encounter and the fulfilling of an old man’s last earthly desire. ‘The Fisherman’ is set in a neo-tokyo cityscape where electricity is a source of life for a diverse eco-system of mollusc like creatures. A late devoted… Read more →

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The Sci-Fi Generational Gap

I was reading last week’s Entertainment Weekly and I came to the last page with an edition of The Final Cut entitled “Is Sci-Fi Out of Ideas” written by a man named Mark Harris. While the piece is interesting it made me realize something: there is a huge generation gap where the people on either side have completely different views… Read more →

Pankun and James and Other Such Craziness

So thanks to PC Magazine’s “100 Favorite Blogs” I have found some new sites that I can’t live without! I think that everyone should start going to TVinJapan.com because it may be the most amazing blog you will ever explore. There are so many great things on this site because TV in Japan is completely awesome. Let me give you… Read more →