sciencefictiongallery:

Virgil Finlay - Potential Zero, 1953.

sciencefictiongallery:

Virgil Finlay - Potential Zero, 1953.

WANTED by the FBI

WANTED by the FBI

Nothing Shall Keep Us Apart

Nothing Shall Keep Us Apart

degeneratelowlife:

we are all made of stars

degeneratelowlife:

we are all made of stars

criminalwisdom:

“Death Of A Cyborg” by Shorra  Via Empty Kingdom

criminalwisdom:

“Death Of A Cyborg” by Shorra
Via Empty Kingdom

void-dance:

Alarmed viewers - Reptilian TV

void-dance:

Alarmed viewers - Reptilian TV

dverkys:

The X-Files - By Dan Verkys
I’m a fan :)

dverkys:

The X-Files - By Dan Verkys

I’m a fan :)

ink-and-vanillin:

1873 edition of From the Earth to the Moon by Jules Verne.You can look through the entire book here.

ink-and-vanillin:

1873 edition of From the Earth to the Moon by Jules Verne.
You can look through the entire book here.

damsellover:

Gravity (2013) is very good.  Particularly because of how bad it actually could have been.  Alfonso Cuaron delivers a crisp, entertaining, visually stunning film while all the while focusing on the narrative instead of the special effects.  

MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS:  

Well, I have to say I was not looking forward to seeing this, but I was more than pleasantly surprised.  This film moves quickly, we genuinely care about the characters, and everything just works.  Sandra Bullock is the best I’ve ever seen her.  I have not seen Blue Jasmine (2013), but it is hard for me to imagine a more compelling performance than the one delivered here.  Bullock is not only in the movie, she IS the movie.  The scene where she is giving up in the Soyuz capsule is heartbreaking.  The audience doesn’t want her to give up, but is understanding of her frustration and weariness.

 Also, here is a film that demonstrates what special effects should bring to cinema.  Sure, there are a ton of FX in this movie, in fact it’s practically every shot.  However, the FX are there to support the story, and not be the story.  This was set in low earth orbit, but could just as easily have been set in any other hostile environment (desert, lifeboat, mountains, etc), and the story would still hold up.  Sure there are parts of the film that feel kind of like one of those Irwin Allen disaster films from the 1970’s.  And I felt like the scene where Clooney comes back to feed the weary Bullock some vital information a bit over the top.  However, Gravity is certainly worthy of the acclaim it has received, and so far as I’ve seen, Alfonso Cuaron deserves his Golden Globe.  Possibly the most entertaining film of the year.

I Want To Believe…

I Want To Believe…