Tag Archive: sci-fi

Nov 03 2013

GSB Film Review: Ender’s Game (2013) – Not Quite the War to End All Wars, But it’s Close

“Ender’s Game” is a book that has been touted for many years as an “unfilmable” property. With all its nuances, intricacies and character development, that may very well be the case. However, if Gavin Hood’s adaptation of the sci-fi classic doesn’t prove that notion wrong, it comes pretty damn close. Based on the 1985 book …

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May 09 2013

Afro Commentary: Why Mass Effect is One of the Greatest Overlooked Sci-fi Dramas of This Generation

It has been a long time coming – too damn long if you ask me – but the Private has been promoted to Commander… at least for the time being while playing the Mass Effect series. As a latecomer to the game franchise, I have seen the memes, the great cosplay and read the dissension …

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