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REVIEW: Blackcoat by Steve McHugh

Blackcoat is the latest story from Steve McHugh (The Hellequin Chronicles), an action-packed sci-fi novella that follows the exploits of Celine Moro, a disgraced Blackcoat with nothing but vengeance and justice in her sights....

Speaking with Anna Mocikat about Neo Cyberpunk Volume 2

Hey folks, I’m very pleased to get another interview going with Anna Mocikat, author of Behind Blue Eyes, Shadow City, and Cyber Squad. In addition, these awesome series, she is also the editor of...

REVIEW: When Gravity Fails by George Alec Effinger

When Gravity Fails by George Alec Effinger is a classic novel of cyberpunk and one of the foundational texts of the genre. Whenever you think of the word cyberpunk and imagine a gritty neon...

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REVIEW: The Expanse S6 E4: Redoubt

Redoubt is the first episode of The Expanse season six where I think the show has had a serious misfire because with only six episodes in the season, you’d expect them to be firing...

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REVIEW: The Expanse S6 E3: Force Projection

Force Projection is the third episode of the truncated sixth season of The Expanse and continues the build-up to the final confrontation between Marcos Inaros and the Rocinante crew. In fact, this episode could...

REVIEW: Shadow City by Anna Mocikat

Shadow City by Anna Mocikat is first volume of her Tales of the Shadow City chronicles that is a genre busting post-apocalypse adventure story. I can’t really think of any other novels like it...

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REVIEW: The Expanse S6 E2: Azure Dragon

The Expanse remains one of my all time favorite genre shows and is easily the only one that stands up to Game of Thrones in any sort of artistic or production value capacity. It also...

REVIEW: Detroit: Become Human by David Cage

Detroit: Become Human by David Cage was something that I bought a long time ago but never got around to playing because I’d heard so much bad about it. I also heard about David Cage’s...

REVIEW: The Matrix Resurrections

The Matrix was never a movie that needed a sequel and the Wachowski sisters originally wanted to do a prequel that eventually became The Animatrix “Second Renaissance” shorts. Instead, we got the controversial Matrix...

Blade Runner: The importance of not being special

Blade Runner 2049 is a movie I very much enjoyed (you can read my review here) but it’s an interesting film for me because I realized it nicely inverts a lot of what was...