SF Tidbits for 10/1/09
- Codex Pictures (the folks who brought you Bionicle DVD movies) announced making a CG DVD movie based on Warhammer 40,000 called Ultramarines, a “70-minute sci-fi thriller that will use CGI and state-of-the-art animation production techniques”. The film’s website is pretty bare right now…for now you can read Tim’s list of 5 Reasons Why You Should Read a Warhammer 40,000 Book. [via Topless Robot]
- Interviews and Profiles:
- Jo Walton reviews C.J. Cherryh’s The Pride of Chanur.
- Matthew Sturges (who, acting on his own behalf, sold the German rights for both Midwinter and Office of Shadow to Verlagsgruppe Lübbe) shows off the great new cover of Office of Shadow
- Tired of the plethora of vampire shows? This Twilight spoof is for you.
- There’s a new season/series of The Sarah Jane Adventures coming soon. I still think Young Doctor Who is a good idea.
- Gary Westfahl reviews FlashForward
- Are you insured against an alien invasion? Didn’t think so.
- Rwo words: Zombie bunny.
- Gunaxin lists 10 Science Fiction Concepts Ruined by Human Nature.
- JOhn Scalzi lists The Best and Worst Television Adaptations of SciFi Classics.
Tagged with: C.J. Cherryh • Cory Doctorow • FlashForward • Gary Westfahl • Jo Walton • Jonathan Lethem • Larry Niven • Matthew Sturges • Paolo Bacigalupi • Philip K. Dick • The Sarah Jane Adventures • Tidbits • Twilight • Ultramarines • Warhammer 40k
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