A reminder to join us this Wednesday, December 6th, at 10/9c for a Dark Matter/Stargate live tweet event in which I’ll be fielding questions and offering insights on my 15 combined years on all four sci-fi productions. Tell your friends! Well, today was Day #1 of the writer’s room for one of the projects (let’s […]
In a new independent film, Dakota Fanning plays an autistic Star Trek fan who journeys to Hollywood to enter her script in a writing competition.
A new month means a new The Planetary Post and in this month’s edition; Robert Picardo tries his hand at Space Haiku;...
We've got a quite time coming up for Star Trek novels, with only a couple of books on the schedule so far for next year (more on that below), but before we enter the lean months ahead the year is ending with a bumper load of releases. Show More Summary
We’ve all experienced them at least once in our lives, those inexplicable, unnerving instances that make us wonder whether dark forces are at play, their subtle and sinister hands manipulating our reality from afar. They leave an impression, an indelible mark at the deepest levels of your subconscious, buried away by overwhelming reason, the steadfast […]
This week, Summer chats with Shane Abbess, director of the indie scifi feature The Osiris Child: Science Fiction Volume 1, about The film is out on Blu-ray & DVD on December 5, 2017. What indie scifi features have you enjoyed this year? Let us know! Call 602-635-6976 and leave a message, send Summer an email, or have your say in the comments below! [Listen to the show...]
Yep. One year ago today we took in a special needs senior. She came with her own wheelchair. She mostly got around by pulling herself by her front legs, dragging her back legs behind her. She was quiet, gentle, and kept to herself. A lot has changed in twelve months… Suji arrives in Toronto. Arriving home […]
There’s a lot to genre programming to look forward to in 2018 (and the end of 2017). Judge Dredd: Mega City One, Umbrella Academy, Myst – to name but a few. And then there are the following intriguing candidates, much closer to a screen near you… Dark (Netflix) Premieres today Counterpart (STARZ) Premieres January 21st, […]
Against the backdrop of a cool sci-fi story, The Orville dives into more development for two key characters.
In a new short video, Star Trek: Discovery‘s Michelle Yeoh and Aaron Harberts spoke about how a long life isn’t guaranteed for...
I was hooked after the first episode, completely losing my mind along with a good section of Twitter at the end of it, and enjoying the reactions at the repercussions and twists I so did not see coming in the first half of the second episode. Hooked. Entirely. No boredom or slow roll story-telling here. [Read more...]
The mid-December night sky hosts the lovely Geminid meteor shower. The shower peaks on the night of December 13th to the 14th. Under a dark sky, you could see as many as 60 colorful meteors per hour. [Read more...]
COMIC-CON INTERNATIONAL REGISTRATION UPDATE Purchasing Badges for Others Make a list, check it twice! Professor Toucan is back to explain how to purchase badges for those who've been naughty or nice. Read more
And Bryan Fuller has left the show that was the reason behind why he left 'Discovery' a year ago.
The streaming service adds another genre show as a companion to 'Star Trek: Discovery'
Circle the date and tell your Dark Matter and Stargate-loving fans. We’ll be meeting up on twitter to talk about a few of our favorite shows. If you have questions about DM, SG-1, SGA, or SGU, I’ll be online fielding them for the better part of an hour. What Stargate cast-member binge-watched almost 200 episodes […]
There will be seven shows or appearances in December 2017 and January 2018 that will feature actors of interest to Star Trek...
Bryan Fuller and Michael Green, showrunners on Starz‘s American Gods, have departed the show. Fuller left Star Trek: Discovery last year, and...
Star Trek: Discovery’s Anthony Rapp is being victimized yet again, this time by fans who are angry that his abuser Kevin Spacey‘s...
Any episode that features an establishing shot of a homicidal space clown seen way down at the end of the hallway in a stylistic homage to The Shining — followed by that clown charging full-tilt toward the protagonist — can’t be all bad. The shot gets your attention, that’s for sure. It’s laughably weird and […]