Tagged: science fiction

Outside: The Cloud – Week 1

Adventures are always fun – especially those adventures which allow you to think critically and explore your own city in ways that you hadn’t...

Review: Morgan

Genre wise, Morgan bills itself as a horror, which it is most certainly not. ‘Don’t Let It Out’ is an utterly inappropriate tag line. There...

Review: Area 51

Area 51 is a play produced for the Melbourne Fringe Festival produced by Ancient Pickle, a local production company. Unfortunately on the opening night...

Review: Mad Max: Fury Road

I saw Mad Max: Fury Road and I was entertained for the entirety of the film. I’d say after the first viewing I’d give...

Review: CHAPPiE

I love that there has been so much science fiction at the movies these past few years, but thanks to the studios, these have...

Review: Project Almanac

Of all the genres I enjoy, I find it most disheartening that time travel has become one of the most repetitive and clichéd. As...

Review: Nexus

Ramez Naam’s debut novel Nexus is an exemplary piece of hard science fiction. Naam, a self described “professional technologist” (a developer of Microsoft Internet...