Posts Tagged ‘science fiction’
Despite the mixed response to the recent Prometheus and Covenant films, the Alien series still hold a special place in many geeks’ hearts. The Alien and Aliens films are frequently praised and the colonial marine cosplayers remain a frequent sight at conventions. There has been a slew of video game adaptations of varying quality, from […]
With an increasing number of events on the UK convention scene, Birmingham Comic Con was MCM’s chance to prove that they remain one of best conventions in geek culture. Entering MCM Birmingham Comic Con has always been a visual assault on the senses, and this year was no different, with massive video screens showcasing the […]
Sci-Fi Weekender’s (SFW) annual satellite event, SFW in the City, held its second event last weekend. Smaller and more intimate than the main event, it still provided a welcome break from the mundanity of everyday life. Peter Ray Allison went along to find out more.
There is only four months to go before Science and Fantasy Warriors (SFW) in the City touches down at the O2 Academy in Sheffield, bringing the biggest science fiction, fantasy and horror spectacular to grace the steel city. Already announced as headline guests were Sylvester McCoy, James Cosmo, Nick Kellington and Stanislav Ianevski. Three more […]
SFW is Europe’s largest sci-fi festival, which had over 6,000 sci-fi fans partying hard into the night in March this year. Next year is going to be bigger.
FTL is to Star Trek as Halcyon 6: Starbase Commander is to Deep Space 9 - or Babylon 5, if you're more that way inclined.
Geek Pride's Peter Ray Allison heads off to Film and Comic Con Sheffield for a convention that is quickly gain a reputation for excellence.
Recent news revealed Simon Pegg, comedic geeky actor known for Spaced and Shaun of the Dead, has been feeling disdain towards geek culture. In an interview with Radio Times, Pegg expressed his worry that people have grown to embrace sci-fi and otherwise geeky films and hobbies over more deeper, more intellectual films of the 70s […]
What does that future look like without the marvels of the machine age after the fall of technology, posits After the Fall. Alex Davis brings together a selection of science fiction authors to answer that questions for a short story collection like no other.
The line-up for the fourth Edge-Lit, the UK’s greatest science fiction, fantasy and horror literature convention, has now been announced. Described as “an essential day out for any writer or reader of science-fiction, fantasy or horror”, Edge-Lit 4 brings together a range of writing talent for a superb series of panels, readings and workshops, as […]