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The future…
Sometimes a wonderful land, sometimes a dystopia. Sometimes in the past, because if the book was written in the 60s but set in the 90s then it is both set in the future and the past, or at least that’s how I sees it, and this is my blog, so that’s the way it is.

Star Trek into darkness dir. by

Terrorism is everywhere these days. From Iron Man to Star Trek and everywhere in between, you just can’t get away…

After tomorrow by

In the near future the economy has collapsed. Money is pretty much useless. Matt and his family have been lucky,…

On a red station, drifting by

Ever since she arrived on Prosper Station Quyen has been welcomed by the Honoured Ancestress, the artificial intelligence that runs…

Oblivion [based on book by] by , dir. by

Jack is a drone repair man. Before his assignment on earth his memory, and that of his communications officer, was…

Looper dir. by

Its 2044 and time travel hasn’t been invented yet. But in thirty years time it will be. And then promptly…

White horse by

It is the end of the world as Zoe knows it. A mysterious plague came along, killed almost everyone. A…

Leviathan wakes by

The Expanse – book 1 In the not so distant, but still far off, future humans have left Earth. Colonised…

Countdown by

A Newsflesh novella. In 2014 Dr Wells was on his way to curing cancer. Tests are progressing well. At the…

Blackout by

Book three in the Newsflesh trilogy It is 2041. Three years have gone by since the first book in this…

The Killables by

Evil must be identified – Book one in the Killables trilogy In the future the only place of safety is…

Real Steel [based on short story] by dir. by

Set in the not too distant future, Real Steel is all about Robot Boxing. Human boxing just couldn’t live with…

The Man Who Ended History: A Documentary by

I recently posted a link to some of the nebula nominees that are available to read online. And today I…

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