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Science Fiction

Black Mirror Season 5 (Trailers)

Black Mirror Season 5 (Trailers)

After Bandersnatch, we weren’t quite sure if and when we’d get more Black Mirror episodes, but on 6/5/19, Netflix will feed us junkies three new episodes of dark, dystopian goodness, as modern technology continues to wreak havoc on our lives.

1788-L: Sentience

1788-L: Sentience

(Flashing images) Artist Jonathan Plesel’s vibrant sci-fi music video is the perfect visual accompaniment to the crisp and punchy electronic sounds of music producer and DJ 1788-L. You’ll want to go full screen and crank your volume to 11 for this one.

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Star Wars: Episode IX (Trailer)

Star Wars: Episode IX (Trailer)

The first teaser trailer for the final film in George Lucas’ envisioned 9-film story arc. Directed by J.J. Abrams, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker follows Rey as she graduates from apprentice to badass, and carves out her own legacy in a galaxy far, far away.

Yesterday (Trailer)

Yesterday (Trailer)

Danny Boyle’s new film starts out like 28 Days Later – with its protagonist out cold, waking up to a strange universe. But instead of zombies in London, he discovers he’s the only one who knows The Beatles. Naturally, when he sings, everyone thinks he’s a brilliant songwriter.

Product Wars

Product Wars

(PG-13: Language) Writer/director Stephan Zlotescu and cinematographer H1 teamed up to create this short film that envisions an insane future in which our obsession with commercial goods has driven corporations to genetically engineer real-world versions of their mascots.

The Wandering Earth (Trailer)

The Wandering Earth (Trailer)

Based on a short story by Cixin Liu, the big budget Chinese sci-fi film The Wandering Earth sees the Sun dying. Humans build massive engines to fly the entire planet to another star. But disaster strikes when the engines shut down, and collision with Jupiter is imminent.

The Last 7

The Last 7

In Jared Lee’s intriguing short film, the job of grim reaper is held by everyday Joes. As one of these soul collectors gets used to his gig, he starts having strange dreams which may provide clues to the demise of his clients. The post-credits scene clarifies the twist in case you missed it.

The AI That Deleted a Century

The AI That Deleted a Century

It’s the year 2028, and while the world goes about its business, a system basically eradicates all knowledge of 20th century pop culture. Tom Scott explores one of the negative possibilities of artificial intelligence run amok in his own 6-minute episode of Black Mirror.

Unlimited Rice Pudding

Unlimited Rice Pudding

(PG-13: Language) Even though he believes time travel will kill anyone who attempts it, exurb1a created a guide on how you can use it to rule over humanity. Here’s what you should pack, what you should do, and the two ways that you can go about it.

The Very Near Future

The Very Near Future

(PG-13: Language) In Sebastian Egert’s sci-fi/comedy short, a man attempts to order a pizza that goes outside of the boundaries of the actuarially-predetermined corporate constructs of the future. The most disturbing thing about his dystopian world? Mayonnaise on a pizza.

Contact

Contact

In animator Katy Wang’s Kingston University graduation film, a lonely and stranded astronaut sends a message into space in hopes of making a connection. Incredibly, his message reaches a kindred spirit, and he sets off in hopes of face-to-face contact.

The Art of Sci-Fi Book Covers

The Art of Sci-Fi Book Covers

Back when science fiction was considered pulp fiction, art directors and artists had the freedom to run wild with the cover art for sci-fi books. Nerdwriter pays homage to some of these notable people and their work, and reminds us to have a greater appreciation for cover art.

James Cameron: Sci-Fi Q & A

James Cameron: Sci-Fi Q & A

Director, writer, producer, and explorer James Cameron recently sat down with WIRED to answer questions posted on Twitter about the technology found in science fiction, how close some of these are to becoming reality, and the ethical questions they pose.

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EPOCH

EPOCH

Feeling moody? Rich Lee’s EPOCH tells a dark and desolate tale of a lone woman attempting to survive in an apocalyptic world. It’s a well crafted story, and with a DIY approach to the project, it offers great a tribute and love to the passion of filmmaking.

The Heart of Sky

The Heart of Sky

Mirari & Co.’s short CG animated short takes inspiration from ancient Mayan mythology, but its plot about mysterious aliens invading Earth and creating a race of shape-shifting “mannequins” is 100% science fiction goodness.

Nightflyers (Teaser)

Nightflyers (Teaser)

“Do not bring the Nightflyer back to Earth.” Syfy’s upcoming TV show is based on the eponymous novella by Game of Thrones author George R.R. Martin, who describes its setup as “a haunted house story in space.” Premieres Fall 2018.

The Titan (Trailer)

The Titan (Trailer)

A sci-fi thriller set in the not-too-distant-future, about a group of people recruited to help relocate humanity to one of Saturn’s moons when Earth is doomed. But in order to survive the mission, the humans must evolve at an unnatural pace. Drops 3/30/18 on Netflix.

Westworld & Solving The Pathetic Fallacy

Westworld & Solving The Pathetic Fallacy

(Spoilers) Science fiction often relies on the idea that robotic uprisings come from androids gaining human-like emotions. Trekspertise provides their thoughts on why Westworld’s approach is more compelling and believable in this excellent video essay.

Prospect (Teaser)

Prospect (Teaser)

The upcoming science fiction thriller Prospect is about a woman and her father trying to mine gems in a toxic alien moon filled with dangerous inhabitants. As if that wasn’t bad enough, they end up violently engaging with other miners and with each other.

Netflix: Lost in Space (Trailer)

Netflix: Lost in Space (Trailer)

The 1960s sci-fi adventure series gets a modern update. Netflix reintroduces the Robinson family as they crash land on a strange planet on their way to establish a new space colony. We don’t usually love reboots, but this one looks intriguing. DANGER WILL ROBINSON!

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FTL

FTL

Director Adam Stern and Artifex Studios present a well-executed science fiction short film about an astronaut who tests out the very first faster-than-light spacecraft, but far exceeds the mission’s intended destination after a system malfunction.

Final Space (Trailers)

Final Space (Trailers)

A duo of trailers for a new animated sci-fi series about an astronaut and his unusual sidekick, who find themselves on journeys to discover the mysteries of the universe. The show features voicework from Fred Armisen, David Tennant, Steven Yeun, and Tom Kenny, among others.

Hard Sun (Trailer)

Hard Sun (Trailer)

Luther creator Neil Cross’ mini-series looks incredibly intense. Hard Sun is a fresh take on police dramas, as two cops stumble onto details about a coverup that reveals the end of the world is upon us. Streaming now on BBC Player, and starting 3/7/18 on Hulu.

Robot Size Comparison

Robot Size Comparison

Since the robots in science fiction are just that, fictitious, MetaBallStudios’ could just have made up any measurements they wanted for their latest comparison video and we’d believe them. Regardless, it’s still cool too see just how much bigger Megazord is than R2-D2.

Einstein-Rosen

Einstein-Rosen

Two young boys engage in a scientific debate when one of them is convinced he’s stumbled onto a wormhole through space and time, but his brother isn’t buying it. Olga Osorio’s award-winning short film is charming, well-made, and has a wonderfully fun conclusion.

Dreaveler

Dreaveler

Director Taehoon Park’s abstract sci-fi short film is a visually stunning animation about a corporation who develops a technology which sends dying people on a wild journey through their dreams and memories during their last rest before The Big Sleep.

Altered Carbon (Trailer)

Altered Carbon (Trailer)

This Netflix sci-fi series envisions a future in which consciousness can be uploaded into other bodies, allowing humans to survive physical death. The story kick off as a soldier is brought to life after 250 years by a wealthy man who wants answers to his own murder.

SENTiNEL

SENTiNEL

Filmmaker Ryan Connolly wrote, directed, and edited this impressive short sci-fi film in which a man finds himself under siege by some kind of military drone. While it wasn’t done with a big budget, it looks and sounds fantastic, and will have you on the edge of your seat.

Annihilation (Trailer)

Annihilation (Trailer)

Natalie Portman and Jennifer Jason Leigh star in this creepy sci-fi film about an isolated landscape where every attempt at exploration results in the demise of its visitors. Based on Jeff VanderMeer’s Southern Reach Trilogy, and directed by Alex Garland (Ex Machina).

Alita: Battle Angel (Trailer)

Alita: Battle Angel (Trailer)

“This is just a body. It’s not bad or good – that part’s up to you.” Christoph Waltz, Jennifer Connelly, and Mahershala Ali star in this live action adaptation of the cyberpunk manga Battle Angel Alita. It’s about a cyborg who is resurrected and becomes a bounty hunter.

Project 77 Art Book

Project 77 Art Book
$45  Buy Comment

ArtStation is an online community for professional visual artists. The site has set up a publishing arm, and this is their first book. Project 77 features the dystopian sci-fi world of ArtStation member Martin Deschambault, enriched with short stories by Jeffrey Campbell.

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