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Wednesday, October 21 2009

Dark Carnival Film Festival: 28 September-03 October 2009- Bloomington, IN

In its third year, the Dark Carnival Film Festival attracts filmmakers and audiences with a real love for the horror film genre.


Monday, October 5 2009

Sanctuary: The Complete First Season

The modern-day stories mirror our society's uncaring treatment of outsider groups without being too blatant.


Wednesday, September 23 2009

The Handmaid’s Tale: Not So Sci-fi

The terrifying, 'it could happen today' message of this story is best told in the Atwood's book, rather than the film version.


Thursday, August 13 2009

His and hers sci-fi: Man copes with alien, woman copes with marriage


Monday, July 6 2009

Sci Fi channel changes its name to Syfy


Thursday, June 25 2009

Science fiction battles odds but survives, flourishes on TV


Tuesday, April 28 2009

Baloney by Pascal Blanchet

Blanchet’s world is one of the marbled pinks and reds of high quality beef, the pale pinks of processed meats like hot dogs and, of course, baloney, but his words are like stale bread.


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