Odd Men Out, by Matt Betts, is a different kind of book than I’m used to, but it worked for me, taking over a reading queue that was getting out of hand. I credit TV shows like Jericho and Revolution for enticing me to like Civil War type dystopias, where factions within the country are […]
All mutants, zombies, monsters, aliens and other semi-sentient beings aside, the end of the world leaves behind a surprising number of survivors – human survivors. That human detritus makes a surprising recovery regardless of whatever dystopian wasteland they inhabit. In Three, by Jay Posey, it’s the world before its fall that draws the reader in […]
World War Z was recently released on DVD and Blu-Ray, including RedBox and most digital services like VuDu. Based on the best-selling novel, World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War, by Max Brooks, the movie version follows Brad Pitt’s character, a United Nations employee tasked with finding the cure to the zombie […]
Adventures in SciFi Publishing is pleased to share this interview with Rachel Caine and offer a giveaway of her newest book, Terminated: A Revivalist Novel, (in paperback). Details at the bottom for how to enter. First, a brief intro to Rachel: Rachel Caine is the NEW YORK TIMES and #1 internationally bestselling author of more […]
Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 40:39 — 37.3MB) Timothy C. Ward interviews Peter Stenson, author of FIEND, from Crown Publishing, Tim’s favorite read so far this year. He reviewed FIEND at SF Signal and cannot wait for you to discover this debut author. Horror, and even zombies, were not exactly Tim’s preference […]
The zombie apocalypse will be televised, but it will not be the rising of the undead according to Mira Grant, author of Feed, Blackout & Deadline. In her latest book, Parasite, and the first of the new Parasitology trilogy, zombies are the result of a reasonable scientific explanation and not magic. The problem is the […]
Stina Leicht joins us from the World Fantasy Convention to discuss Irish fairy tales, shapeshifters, terrorism, Dungeons and Dragons, book-selling and pursuing her dreams. Then Daryl Gregory discuss the lack of religion in Middle Earth (no touched-by-Gandalf jokes please), writing short stories, novels, and comics, genre-blending, strangeness, and humor in prose.
This 2010 sci-fi action horror movie is the fourth in the Resident Evil movie franchise, following 2007’s Resident Evil: Extinction, which are adapted from the video game franchise of the same name, and is once again written and directed by Mr. Widescreen himself, Paul W.S Anderson (of Event Horizon, Mortal Kombat and Death Race fame).