Retro Review: Blade Runner (1982) @ Infinispace.net

The visually lush Blade Runner explores and asks the question: What makes us human? It repeatedly strides right up to that reflection in the dystopian rain puddle . . . but never steps in it.

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Retro Review: Mission to Mars (2000) @ Infinispace.net

Mission to Mars is a film worth renting for science fiction fans to either enjoy or mock . . . depending on your tastes. And for some of us it’s okay to do both.

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http://infinispace.net/2017/09/mission-to-mars-review/

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Everything You Need to Know About: Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets @ Infinispace.net

Whether you’re new to sci-fi, or space opera, or esoteric French comics, or are just not deeply knowledgeable on the genre — I’ve got you covered! Being thrown into a new world or setting can sometimes be daunting and off putting, especially when the viewer has no connection or…

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http://infinispace.net/2017/06/everything-you-need-to-know-about-valerian-and-the-city-of-a-thousand-planets/

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The SciFi Art of Maxim Revin @ Infinispace.net

 
Maxim Revin is a concept artist and illustrator located in Russia. Maxim worked on a comic book project entitled Celistic.  Aside from the science fiction elements of the comic it focused on the feel of motion, making the art within it appear to be freeze frames captured from a motion p…

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http://infinispace.net/2013/01/the-scifi-art-of-maxim-revin/

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