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THX 1138 Ending

The Ending of George Lucas’ ‘THX 1138’ Explained

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1970s science fiction isn’t known for being hopeful. THX 1138 is the tentative exception.

In The Mouth Of Madness Ending Explained

The Ending of John Carpenter’s ‘In The Mouth of Madness’ Explained

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Look, when you inadvertently play a part in freeing a Lovecraftian nightmare…you have to laugh!

Women Of The Expanse

The Women of ‘The Expanse’ Will Be the Show’s Greatest Legacy

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We spotlight five of the many complex female characters that populate the sci-fi series.

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Humans are the Scariest Monsters in Genre Television

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We look at the “humans are the real monsters” trope and present seven classic examples.

Snowpiercer

The ‘Snowpiercer’ Reading List

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As TNT prepares to launch its series based on Bong Joon-ho’s film, we invite you to explore the massive comic book continuity where ‘Snowpiercer’ began.

Annihilation Sci Fi

Making Something New: Tracing the Complex Brilliance of ‘Annihilation’

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“We have many theories, few facts.” -Dr. Ventress

Vast Of Night

Mondo Debuts New ‘The Vast of Night’ Poster at Fantastic Fest

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The premiere poster company lends its talents to one of the most unique films traveling the festival circuit this Fall.

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In ‘Alien’ Horror Comes In The Form of Labor Exploitation

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In space, no one can hear you scream. But, in space, can anyone hear you work? Ridley Scott’s sci-fi masterpiece asks that question.

Theexpanse Gallery Recap

Gravity is a Real Bitch: Hard Science Fiction in ‘The Expanse’

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‘The Expanse’ reminds us all to respect the Laws of Physics.