Interviews

Can you tell us a bit about your upcoming book, The Southern Book Club’s Guide To Slaying Vampires? Growing up, I hated my mum’s book club; I thought they were just a bunch of silly housewives, but when I got to know them as adults I realised I was the idiot. These women had dealt
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Justice League Dark: Apokolips War, the latest animated movie from DC, opens on a typical note – Superman, all suited and booted in his blue and red costume, giving a harrowing speech to the Justice League about good conquering evil. His speech riles up his troops as they go to battle with the evil New God,
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Can you tell us a little about your newly-released short film, Re-displacement? Re-displacement is a sci-fi drama about a young man, Leo, who is searching for answers from his past using a futuristic therapy where he can visualise his memories. I wanted to create a high-concept film that explores complex emotional themes, through a sci-fi
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With the release of the exceptional vengeance horror Revenge coming to limited edition Blu-ray by Second Sight Films, we spoke to writer and director Coralie Fargeat about the movie and much more… How did you get the idea for Revenge? The very first idea was around the main character, Jen. I wanted to explore the very
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Can you tell us how you met the Wachowskis and got involved in The Matrix comics? We met at Marvel comics, and worked on a book called Ectokid. Lana was hired to be the writer right at the same time I was hired. The Matrix was still years away at this point, this was mid-Nineties
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If you’ve always thought The Thick Of It could use a few more spaceship, Armando Iannucci’s new sci-fi comedy Avenue 5 is the show for you. Check out this fun new trailer:  From Armando Iannucci, the creator of The Thick Of It and VEEP, comes Avenue 5, a space tourism comedy set 40 years into the future
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“I could have picked an easier project for sure, but I’m really glad that I didn’t!” laughs director Michael Dougherty. “I mean, there’s a lot of different adjectives that I could use! Overwhelming, exhausting, challenging obviously, but ultimately very rewarding. It was definitely the most difficult thing that I’ve ever done or put myself through.”
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Aardman Studios have always been into their sci-fi – Wallace and Gromit’s first outing took them to the moon for A Grand Day Out, there’s the Terminator homage in A Close Shave, not to mention that pesky Were-Rabbit. In their next film, though, Aardman are bringing us aliens for the first time. The follow-up to
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Following the release of her new novel, dystopian political sci-fi VOX, we talk with author Christina Dalcher about her influences, her characters and more… Your protagonist Jean is in many ways quite a relatable one – she never took a huge interest in politics until it was too late, and often throughout VOX it feels like
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