Williams plays a dog and the Monty Python team plays aliens
Frank Herbert’s iconic work turns 50
What we buy tells others who we are
What fantasy does the Apple Watch fulfill?
Answer by Cristina Hartmann on Quora. For anyone who wants to attain the vaunted title of “being well-read,” it’s more about breadth than depth. (As for feeling...
Tyrannical—and technologically savvy—empires star in science fiction. But rest assured, the future is likely more democratic.
Is it worthy of a LEGO Oscar?
This is shaping up to be the most important year in the tumultuous, not-quite-there-yet history of virtual reality. A number of companies, from Facebook and...
I thought: What if I only read stories by a certain type of author?
Is Netflix the answer to the Wachowskis' silver screen slump?
The Imitation Game Director Talks Making His Next Film With Chris Pratt and (Maybe) Jennifer Lawrence
The Oscar-nominated director will take on a sci-fi film called Passengers next
It makes for a pretty epic movie trailer
Lots of great movies don’t get Oscar nominations. You could generously point out that the Academy only has room for so many movies. You could less generously...
The show's much-welcome return sets up a final return to its theme: what is government good for?
Some players live for crapping up someone else's gaming experience for no other reason than because they can
Jan. 1, 1818: Mary Shelley’s 'Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus' is published anonymously in three volumes
The U.S. Navy has successfully tested a laser ray gun. The idea happens to be more than 70 years old. Here are other suggestions for the America's fighters,...
If we can assign more texts to students that ask them to let go of the everyday shorthand for finding themselves in a story, they often open themselves up to...
It's like a very small invisibility cloak made of glass
Let’s violate the laws of physics