Transparent, DiY, Scifi — Welcome to the New Movie Machine

Filmmaker Jessica Mae Stover is imaking a science fiction film called Artemis Eternal, and she's doing it with step by step documentation online. The whole thing is being funded by community support via the internet. The catch is if you donate your hard-earned dollars, don't expect a look the film's script. You'll… » 2/08/08 1:15pm 2/08/08 1:15pm

Seven Addictive Scifi Comic Books Free Online

It's Wednesday! Also known as New Comics Day. If you're not up for the weekly trek to pick up the latest issues, but you've been wanting to jump in on this whole comic book thing, we'll get you set up with some freebie comic books for your downloading pleasure, in an effort to further decrease your work productivity.… » 1/16/08 7:00am 1/16/08 7:00am

Prisoners Explore Industrial Underground City in Scifi Indie

The Men Who Fell is a low budget sci fi indie film that's been busy flying low under the radar. It screened at Cannes earlier this year and scored itself a Japanese DVD release (which came out last Friday under the lame title Biohazard X). But what is this movie all about, other cool effects, vast sandy wastelands… » 12/28/07 10:40am 12/28/07 10:40am

Alternate Selves, Alternate Histories for Sundance's SciFi Offerings

The Sundance Film Festival enters its 27th year in January, and the organizers just announced the lineup of films for this year. They include only two vaguely science fictional films: The Broken and Timecrimes. This is part of a trend: Sundance tends to shun science fiction films in general, despite the fact that… » 12/03/07 3:30pm 12/03/07 3:30pm