The Creepiest Footage Yet From Bryan Singer's "Brain Implant" Webseries

Bryan Singer's H+ brings up the biggest potential nightmare with brain implants — what if they get hacked, or hit with a virus? The series already had a preview in L.A. a few days ago — but now, check out an exclusive first look at a two-minute prequel. » 7/13/12 1:06pm 7/13/12 1:06pm

In Bryan Singer's H+, a deadly virus kills everyone who has brain…

We've been excited about Bryan Singer's new webseries H+ for a while now, based on the cool premise: Tons of people get a chip called H+ implanted, which connects their brains to the Internet. And then a virus strikes, and a third of the world population dies instantly. And Angel's Alexis Denisof stars! » 7/11/12 9:30am 7/11/12 9:30am

Bryan Singer's New Series Punishes The Net-Needy, Stupid

Superman Returns » 11/24/08 6:30am 11/24/08 6:30am and director Bryan Singer is coming back to science fiction, with new project - a web-series based around a future worst-case scenario for everyone who spends a little bit too much time online.According to the Hollywood Reporter, , which will be produced by Singer's Bad Hat Harry Productions company…

Transhumanist Tech Is A Boner Pill That Sets Up a Firewall Against…

Futurist, prankster, and one-time presidential candidate » 11/04/08 7:30am 11/04/08 7:30am R.U. Sirius just launched , which is devoted to a transhumanist vision of the future. Though a lot of futurism these days could easily be called dystopianism, the future that Sirius shows us in H+ is hopeful, full of cool futuristic gadgets and genetic cures for …

Can Futurism Escape the 1990s?

A new transhumanist magazine, H+, has just hit the ether and is packed with stories about implantable information technology, longevity drugs, and the importance of preparing for a near future where humans take control of their own evolution. The cover is of a hot CGI babe sporting reprogrammable makeup and a lip stud… » 10/23/08 1:50pm 10/23/08 1:50pm