In the spring of 1989, a film that was supposed to make waves in the creature feature genre only made ripples. Critically lambasted, George P. Cosmatos’s Leviathan didn’t even make its budget back in theatrical revenues. It didn’t help that it was the year of
Get ready to make the jump to hyperspace, Synthwave fanatics!
Morgan Willis has returned with news about an upcoming follow-up to the Sci-Fi Synthwave album Supernova.
He's back this summer for another adventure!
SUPERNOVA : In Search of Adhara drops this Summer on all download and streaming platforms.
Week two of Memory Lanes is coming to a close, and we’re finishing this week off with flying colors with the insightful words of Synthgirl I-rena from Lithuania. Pushing the boundaries of synth music by combining operatic art-pop and eighties retrofuturism 8 Vol.1 marked a
Although it was released back in February of this year - what feels like a lifetime ago now - it would be indefensible to ignore FacexHugger's latest brilliant album, "A L I E N A T E."
This album continues FacexHugger's tradition of intense sci-fi based
The sad reality as of today, dear reader, is that France could not disregard sci-fi and fantasy movies any more than it does if it tried. For a country known for its rich culture in animation, the film industry in the land of cheese, wine
From Hollywood Burns comes "Invaders," an innovative new experimental darksynth album that bleeds elements of avant garde, death metal, synthwave and even orchestral influences. With track titles like "Scherzo No. 5 in Death Minor," and "Carnal Encounters of the Third Kind," I was hoping this
In my last article, I discussed Doom, a landmark game that takes place in a dark future. Doomguy isn’t the first poor soul the video game world has sent into space to deal with a voracious alien threat… in fact, someone else undertook