Science Fiction & Fantasy

DAYFALL by Michael David Ares


Media Reviews


Media Reviews: February 2018

Carrie Vaughn reviews The Shape of Water, The Man Who Invented Christmas, and Star Wars: The Last Jedi.


Media Reviews: January 2018

Reviewer Christopher East digs into comedies with a fantastical bent: Netflix’s BoJack Horseman and NBC’s The Good Place.


Movie Review: Geostorm

This month, Carrie Vaughn takes a critical look at Geostorm and the very idea of climate catastrophe as entertainment


Movie Review: Blade Runner 2049

This month, Carrie Vaughn takes a look at Blade Runner 2049.


Media Reviews: October 2017

This month, Christopher East turns his pen to some of the new television of the Marvel Cinematic Universe: The Defenders and Legion.


Media Reviews: September 2017

This month, reviewer Joseph Allen Hill turns his attention to two unusual science fictional couples, examining the pairings in the film Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets and then in the play Pilgrims.


TV Review: American Gods

This month, Joseph Allen Hill turns a critical lens toward the television adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s multi-award-winning novel, American Gods.


Movie Review: July 2017

This month Carrie Vaughn reviews Wonder Woman.


Movie Review: June 2017

This month, Carrie Vaughn reviews the monsters and mayhem of Colossal.


TV Review: May 2017

But one of the network’s strongest offerings is the ambitious post-apocalyptic epic, The 100, now in its fourth season and renewed for a fifth. You might be sick of apocalypse stories. You might not want another grim show in your nightly lineup. Maybe you have something against teen protagonists. We’re here—as two people who rarely agree on what to watch—to tell you why you need to give it a try anyway.