Moon is the first feature film by the British director Duncan Jones. It is also refreshingly simple in its premise. Astronaut Sam Bell (Sam Rockwell) works for a corporation excavating valuable energy resources from Moon’s surface. He lives in a small base monitoring automated digging machinery with only a robot named Gerty (voiced by Kevin Spacey) as his companion. Sam is nearing the end of a three-year contract and looks forward to returning home. And yet, all is not what it seems.
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The old saying goes: “The question is not am I paranoid, but am I paranoid enough?” And nowhere is this more obvious then in science fiction series Dollhouse whose two-season run just ended last Friday. It’s not that Dollhouse is particularly well-crafted science fiction series, but somewhere between its formulaic plot lines and rushed ending [...]
The original Battlestar Galactica series was created in the late 1970s as a TV version of immensely popular Star Wars movie. A story about space-faring ancestors of mankind began successfully but quickly plummeted in its ratings that led to the series’ cancellation. So when in 2003 SciFi Channel announced its remake led by producers Ronald [...]
Despite its premiere late in the 2009, James Cameron’s Avatar just might turn out to be the one of the biggest movies of this year. Followers of SF – speculative fiction – have their own reasons to be satisfied with Cameron’s new movie… Or perhaps not, as the case may be.