War of the Satellites is a 1958 independently made black and white film distributed by Allied Artists in the UK and USA.
Date Posted: 17th May 2016
A seminal science fiction novel, The Time Machine has become a multimedia success with numerous radio, television and film adaptations as well as sequel novels.
Date Posted: 10th May 2016
Artificial intelligence is a scientific field which is continually sparking debate and sometimes controversy amongst both scientists and the general public.
Date Posted: 2nd May 2016
In a world that relies increasingly on technology, what would happen if robots really did have control?
Date Posted: 13th April 2016
Said to be inspired by the 1972 novel Cyborg, by Martin Caidin, Bionic Woman is a science fiction television series remade from an original series in 1976.
This pioneering television science fiction drama explores what happens when artificially intelligent beings (who closely simulate humans in both appearance and behaviour) are introduced into the human world.
Ex Machina is a 2015 sci-fi film focusing on the theme of artificial intelligence.
James Cameron’s epic 2009 science fiction film shows a human race which has depleted the natural resources of their own planet and so decides to utilise the resources of another planet, Pandora
Date Posted: 11th March 2016
If you’re feeling inspired by Stephen Hawking and want to know more about his life and work, The Theory of Everything is a great place to start.
Date Posted: 7th January 2016
Fantastic dark and retro sci-fi at work in the trailer for the upcoming Synchronicity
Date Posted: 7th December 2015
STAR TREK BEYOND starring Idris Elba, Chris Pine, Simon Pegg, Zach Quinto, Zoe Saldana, John Cho, Anton Yelchin and Karl Urban.
Date Posted: 4th December 2015
In The Invisible Man, the character Wells created in Griffin, swathed in his bandages, is now a SciFi icon …
Heir to a mining fortune, David Innes enlists his inventor friend Abner Perry in an experiment and together they accidentally drill down to the earth’s core in his “Iron Mole”…
A terrifying vision of scientific progress without moral limits, Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein leads the reader on an unsettling journey from the sublime beauty of the Swiss alps to the desolate waste of the arctic circle.