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"We Come in Peace": Five Times Aliens Weren't Evil in Sci-Fi

By Andrew WardFebruary 18, 2015

We humans have told endless stories of visitors from outer space. According to our non-scientific determinations, aliens are the villainous evil force...More  →

"We Come in Peace": Five Times Aliens Weren't Evil in Sci-Fi

Fav Books of Our MOST FAVORITE Sci Fi and Fantasy Authors

By Abbey ClarkeFebruary 17, 2015

Author of the awesome Mistborn trilogy (and more), Brandon Sanderson is a master worldbuilder and writer who we super respect for consistently...More  →

Fav Books of Our MOST FAVORITE Sci Fi and Fantasy Authors
10 of the Friendliest Robots Before <em>CHAPPiE</em>

10 of the Friendliest Robots Before CHAPPiE

By Ryan BrittFebruary 16, 2015

In a few weeks edgy sci-fi director Neill Blomkamp (Elysium, District 9, maybe a new Alien?) is set to release his new...More  →

What We Would Change If We Rebooted These Recent Sci-Fi and Fantasy Flops (That Could be GREAT with a Little Help)

What We Would Change If We Rebooted These Recent Sci-Fi and Fantasy Flops (That Could be GREAT with a Little Help)

By Pascale CortezJanuary 22, 2015

There are few things sadder in this world than a cinematic sci-fi flop that didn’t quite achieve greatness. Yet it happens all...More  →

5 Reasons the World is Ready for the Return of The X-Files

By Ryan BrittJanuary 21, 2015

Over the weekend, news broke that cult-classic sci-fi hit The X-Files could enjoy a reboot or continuation sometime in our near future. Fox TV (which holds the rights to...More  →

5 Reasons the World is Ready for the Return of The X-Files
Four of the Biggest Influences on Star Wars

Four of the Biggest Influences on Star Wars

By Dan SteinJanuary 21, 2015

There are few pop culture and science fiction juggernauts like Star Wars. The epic space opera has captured millions of fans worldwide,...More  →

THE MINDHUT SHORT FICTION CONTEST RUNNERS UP

THE MINDHUT SHORT FICTION CONTEST RUNNERS UP

By Ryan BrittJanuary 19, 2015

As I've mentioned over and over again, judging this contest was really, really hard, primarily because the staggering amount of talent everyone...More  →

THE MINDHUT SHORT FICTION CONTEST 1ST PLACE WINNER: "Eros, God of Nothing" by Hannah Wagle

THE MINDHUT SHORT FICTION CONTEST 1ST PLACE WINNER: "Eros, God of Nothing" by Hannah Wagle

By Ryan BrittJanuary 19, 2015

There’s a grand tradition in science fiction of putting emotions (or lack of emotions) into the realm of fictional pharmaceuticals. From “soma”...More  →

THE MINDHUT SHORT FICTION CONTEST 2ND PLACE WINNER: "The Past is Now" by Anna Thompson

By Ryan BrittJanuary 19, 2015

I’m always a sucker for a story that involves both a paradox and seemingly unexplained magic. Though this is a science fiction/fantasy...More  →

THE MINDHUT SHORT FICTION CONTEST 2ND PLACE WINNER: "The Past is Now" by Anna Thompson

THE MINDHUT SHORT FICTION CONTEST 3RD PLACE WINNER: "Untitled" by Kaleigh

By Ryan BrittJanuary 19, 2015

Calling this story anything other than beautiful would be a disservice, so let’s get that out of the way: it’s beautiful. But...More  →

THE MINDHUT SHORT FICTION CONTEST 3RD PLACE WINNER: "Untitled" by Kaleigh