Here’s a fantastic banjo cover of the Vampire Killer theme from Castlevania on the original NES by my friend Banjo Guy Ollie. Check it out! [Banjo Guy Ollie] The post A Banjo Cover of Castlevania’s Vampire Killer Theme from 1986 [Video] appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.
Volcanoes get pretty strong, but strong enough to destroy the world? That kind of depends on what you think the end of the world means… [RealLifeLore] The post Could a Volcano Destroy the World? [Video] appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.
From The Warp Zone: We sing the theme music from the hit CW superhero tv show, The Flash! [The Warp Zone] The post The Flash Theme Song Done A Capella [Video] appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.
A Dutch inventor has created a machine that automatically sorts M&Ms and Skittles by color. It cost around $500 to make, though Willem Pennings says it was well worth that for the learning experience. The machine is based on an Arduino controller, with various 3D printed parts and, most importantly, an RGB sensor. It sorts […] The post Candy Color Sortin […]
While attending Katsucon 2017 last weekend, cosplayer Byndo Gehk wore what is probably the best chocobo costume I have ever seen! Be sure to check the rest of her pics below! ARISE, chicken, arise. My Chocobo at Katsucon!❤️ #katsucon #katsucon2017 #finalfantasy #chocobo Une publication partagée par Byndo Gehk (@byndogehk) le 20 Févr. 2017 à 7h26 […] The post […]
Amazon always has some amazing deals, but today, a great deal can become an ever better one thanks to a fantastic offer! Since Amazon just received the highest rating ever in the Harris Poll’s Corporate Reputation Ranking, they’re offering $8.62 off on orders of $50 or more with the promo code BIGTHANKS. Just use this […] The post TODAY ONLY: Save $8.62 on O […]
Here is a taste of the Oscar Nominated Visual Effects work behind the destruction of Jedha and the battle on the beaches of Scarif in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story by the folks from Industrial Light & Magic. [ILMVisualFX] The post Behind the Magic: Creating Jedha and Scarif for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story [SFX Video] appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Tech […]
For today’s edition of Deal of the Day, here are a few great deals we stumbled on while browsing the web this morning: –Settlers of Catan 5th Edition – $48.99 $30.29 –Steam Controller – $49.99 $34.99 –Steam Link – $49.99 $19.99 –80+ Dash Buttons for Sale – $4.99 $1.99 + Get a $4.99 Credit on […] The post Today’s Hottest Deals: Save BIG on Steam Controller an […]
Jetpacks! Is it the future already? Maybe… From Devin Graham: Huge thanks to Jet Pack Aviation for letting us come out to California and be the ones that got to film this amazing new technology! Make sure to check them out and support them in what they are doing because this team is changing the […] The post Man Becomes The Rocketeer in Real Life! [Video] ap […]
Van Wayne’s in charge of Wayne Security—the fictional company where NBC comedy Powerless is set— and wants to get in touch with Batman for some reason. So, of course, he dresses up in a Robin costume and hopes the World’s Greatest Detective swoops down to talk.Read more...
There’s a thrill that comes from watching a film made by a director who’s at or near the beginning of his or her career and sensing that great things are ahead. Here are some excellent genre films recently made by up-and-comers—and what exciting projects these directors are working on next.Read more...
Wonder Woman wasn’t always a member of DC’s holy trinity of superheroes. She was just another hero in the DC lineup. Sometimes she kicked ass, sometimes she watched her pal Etta Candy eat hams, and sometimes she was a powerless spy stalking Steve Trevor. But in 1972 Gloria Steinem put Wonder Woman on the cover of Ms.…Read more...
Apparently, Batman writer Tom King just wants to see the world burn. Why else would he post a ranking of Bat-family members, according to fighting skill, and place the Dark Knight himself THIRD on the list?Read more...
After going off the air in 2004, the fifth and final season of Adult Swim’s Samurai Jack will begin on March 11. The first clip of that premiere episode shows an armored Jack fighting a pack of insectoid robots. Since 50 years has passed in-universe, it’s especially impressive.Read more...
It’s no secret that a lot of footage was cut or changed in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Huge scenes in the trailers weren’t in the final movie. And while some of the how and why that happened has been revealed, fans hoped the eventual home release would include those scenes in full. It will not... at least not yet.Read more...
There’s a reason Syfy’s thrilling series The Expanse has collectively won our space geek hearts: it’s jam-packed with drama, microgravity fights, and of course, dazzling trips across the solar system. But one of the most fascinating—and relevant—aspects of the show is its exploration of how our bodies will change as…Read more...
The genius of Captain America: Civil War is how it tells a seemingly small, personal story through such a huge, exciting framework. “Huge, exciting framework” is also a great way to describe Mondo’s poster for the film by artist Tyler Stout, which was just revealed and will be released Thursday.Read more...
The Monster Scifi Show Podcast – Scifi News for 3/28/15
“I regret to announce that — though, as I said, 12 years and 10 months is far too short a time to spend among you — this is the END! I am going. I am leaving NOW! GOODBYE!” [Slips ring on] – Bilbo Baggins, The Fellowship of the Ring by J.R.R. Tolkien (paraphrased) When we started SF Signal in 2003, it was because we loved speculative fiction. Having a blog a […]
Helen Lowe, is a novelist, poet, interviewer and blogger whose first novel, Thornspell (Knopf), was published to critical praise in 2008. Her second, The Heir of Night (The Wall Of Night Series, Book One) won the Gemmell Morningstar Award 2012. The sequel, The Gathering Of The Lost, was shortlisted for the Gemmell Legend Award in 2013 and Daughter Of Blood, […]
REVIEW SUMMARY: With a strong cast and genuine sense of fun, the latest entry in Marvel Studios’s superhero story engages and entertains, even if it never offers its audience anything new. MY RATING: BRIEF SYNOPSIS: When an operation in Lagos results in the deaths of civilians, Iron Man and Captain America must decide their place in a world that has become i […]
Ada Palmer is a professor in the history department of the University of Chicago, specializing in Renaissance history and the history of ideas. Her first nonfiction book, Reading Lucretius in the Renaissance, was published in 2014 by Harvard University Press. She is also a composer of folk and Renaissance-tinged a capella music, most of which she performs wi […]
The finalists for the 2016 Locus Awards have been announced! SCIENCE FICTION NOVEL The Water Knife, Paolo Bacigalupi (Borzoi; Orbit UK) Ancillary Mercy, Ann Leckie (Orbit US; Orbit UK) Aurora, Kim Stanley Robinson (Orbit US; Orbit UK) Seveneves, Neal Stephenson (Morrow) A Borrowed Man, Gene Wolfe (Tor) FANTASY NOVEL Karen Memory, Elizabeth Bear (Tor) The Hou […]
Who’s got time to go through all the monthly SF/F releases and pick the cream of the crop? I do! This week for the Kirkus Reviews blog, I look at The Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Books You’ll Want to Read in May. Check it out, won’t you? Related posts: The Best Speculative Fiction Reads for May 2014 Women in Spaaace! (Part 2) Captain Marvel – High […]
Favorite Weapons: Be it Excalibur or the Point of View Gun, Stormbringer or the BFG, weapons in Fantasy and Science Fiction often have a personality and charm all their own, and sometimes are even characters in their own right. Q: What are your favorite weapon, or weapons, in fantasy and science fiction. Here are a couple of additional late correspondents fr […]
In case you missed them, here are The Top SF Signal Posts for April 2016 (excluding the daily link posts and housekeeping posts): See the Ancient Horror of the Lovecraftian Short Film “The Mountains of Madness” How Well-Read Are You in Science Fiction? Here’s a Cover Gallery of the Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Books Out in April 200+ SF/F/H eBooks for […]
Interviews & Profiles Black Gate interviews James Stoddard, author of Evenmere. The Guardian interviews Martin Stewart, author of Riverkeep. LightSpeed interviews Tim Pratt, author of “North Over Empty Space” LightSpeed interviews An Owomoyela, author of “Three Points Masculine” The Qwillery interviews Anna Smaill, author of The Chimes. Reading And Writi […]
Right now you’ll find a slew of stand-up comedy specials that are available exclusively on Netflix. The streaming service has become a stellar home for new stand-up specials from the best comedians working today. Over the past few months, they’ve only solidified their dedication to the craft by doling out new deals for Dave Chappelle, […] The post Two More R […]
When Shane Black revealed the cast of The Predator in a photo on Monday, one thing became abundantly clear: there was only one woman in that line-up of well-dressed and generally handsome gentlemen. But now, we know that Olivia Munn won’t be the only woman on the alien hunter’s to-kill list. She’s getting some company in […] The post ‘The Predator’ Asks Yvon […]
Fargo returns in less than two months. The next chapter of showrunner Noah Hawley‘s (Legion) drama premieres on Wednesday, April 19th at 10:00 pm. During the TCA’s last month, it was said the show would likely come back in April or May, but thankfully FX settled on the closer month. Below, learn more about Fargo season 3 premiere date. […] The post ‘Fargo’ S […]
The first trailer for The Discovery, which arrived shortly before the film’s world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival last month, was all about unnerving imagery and unsettling questions without answers. The new trailer slows down just enough to explain what the movie is actually about…which only means more unnerving imagery and even more unsettling ques […]
Loki hasn’t been seen in a hot minute, but he’ll be back with glorious purpose later this year in Thor: Ragnarok. So what’s everyone’s favorite trickster god been up to? What does he think of the latest developments and additions to the MCU? What’ll he do once he’s reunited with his big brother? As you’ve probably […] The post ‘Thor: Ragnarok’s Tom Hiddlesto […]
Last week it was revealed that Joe Carnahan would be directing a “re-imagining” of The Raid starring Frank Grillo. Now Carnahan has begun doing press, revealing more about his Raid film. Here is what we knew previously about The Raid remake: While the original film was set in Indonesia, Carnahan’s film will be set in […] The post Here’s Joe Carnahan’s Pitch […]
If the worldwide box office is any indication, just about everyone reading this sentence has already seen Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Heck, many of you have probably seen it several times. And pretty soon, you’ll be able to watch it until your heart’s content, because Disney has officially announced the home video release date […] The post ‘Rogue One: A St […]
The LEGO Batman Movie is in theaters right now, and if you haven’t taken the time to experience the exquisite joy that comes from watching this great piece of Dark Knight cinema, you should fix that immediately. As our own Jacob Hall pointed out, the movie is basically a road map for being a better […] The post Watch ‘The LEGO Batman Movie’ End Credits to Re […]
The good folks at Mondo have unveiled their latest poster: a Captain America: Civil War print created by Tyler Stout, one of the more popular poster artists working at the moment. And yes, it’ll go on sale tomorrow, so feel free to start preparing now if you want to snag one. The poster debuted over at […] The post Mondo Unveils Tyler Stout’s ‘Captain Americ […]
It’s been almost three years since it was announced that director Jordan Vogt-Roberts was developing a movie based on the popular Metal Gear Solid video game series. While catching up with Jordan to talk about his new film Kong: Skull Island (finally, a monster movie that delivers on the big monster action!), I got an update […] The post ‘Metal Gear Solid’ M […]