Tag Archives: Science Fictional

Science Fictional: Zero-zero-zero Destruct Zero

Suspension of disbelief is a vital element for science fiction, whether it’s in books, on television, or in film. The very nature of the genre is that it involves at least a few elements that are implausible — whether it’s … Continue reading

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Science Fictional: Improvisational Vampire Fighting

As I was watching Fright Night the other night, I got to thinking about vampires in books and film. After all, with my Halloween Haunters feature during October, they come up fairly often. Two so far this year, and we’re … Continue reading

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Science Fictional: Mind-swapped Voices

Movies and television are filled with scientific inaccuracies. This probably doesn’t come as news to anybody with a modicum of awareness of the real world. And, truthfully, this hardly ever bothers me. It may be inaccurate for an explosion in … Continue reading

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