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Dimensions has Gort it! Say Boston sci-fi judges…

By Helen Cox

Independent director and producer Sloane U’Ren and Ant Neely have returned from the 37th Boston Science Fiction Film Festival with one of the coolest awards in the industry: The Gort Award. Every year this highly desirable statuette is awarded to the best film that screens at the festival. Previously it has been awarded to Duncan Jones’s Moon. Continue reading

Unveiled: Issue 4 Front Cover

As 2011 draws to a close the New Empress quadrilogy is finally completed. In our fourth and final issue of the year, our Spaced-Out Edition, we deliver our most eclectic range of articles to-date with some very special features on extraterrestrial pictures and a two page comic strip inspired one of the more amorous on-screen space cadets: Howard the Duck. Continue reading

Where’s Wall:E?


This amazing, illustrated spoof of the endlessly popular Where’s Wally? books featuring sci-fi’s greatest robots has, unsurprisingly, been a real hit across the interweb’s geekiest factions. Even more so since the competition was announced to win a poster print signed by the artist: Richard Sargent, creator of ‘Geeking Cards’ for Hopewell Studios. Continue reading

Sci-Fi-London Parade Pics


The Sci-fi-London Festival
held their first ever Easter Parade today. An impressive number of science-fiction fanatics gathered, many of them in fancy dress, to take a stroll along London’s Southbank in the sun. They were lead by a zombie Will and Kate who shuffled and lunged their way between the BFI and the London Film Museum. Check out the highlights below: Continue reading