Senior Editor for Three If By Space. Tom first became interested in science fiction & science as a very young child thanks to his parents. His earliest memories of enjoying scifi were sitting with his dad watching first-run episodes of the original Star Trek. Although a fan of nearly all forms of scripted television, Tom’s preferences skew heavily toward hard science fiction.
BBC America has always been a strong contender in the genre department and they’re about to up the ante. The network is already responsible for giving us stateside releases of popular British shows such as “Doctor Who” and “Being Human” along with re-airing popular entries such as “Battlestar Galactica” and “Star Trek: The Next Generation.” […]
One of the greatest traits of the human race is our ability to dream and then act on those dreams. Everyone, no matter who they are or what their lot in life may be, has dreams, aspirations, hopes. That is what brought us down from the trees, out of the caves and ultimately into space. […]
At 0832 CST Monday March 5th, L5 passed one million downloads. For all of you who’ve downloaded L5 and enjoyed it, but have yet to donate anything, please allow me to explain how giving just a dollar would be the best investment you could ever make. One damned dollar people. You spend five times that […]
I hope you’re sitting down because I’m about to make you feel old. It’s been 23 years since “Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure” first hit the screens (And 21 since “Bogus Journey”). That’s right, nearly a quarter century has passed since Wyld Stallyns was greeted by a time-traveling man in a phone booth (No, not […]
The latest effort from Disney, John Carter, debuts Friday, March 9 and despite the lackluster marketing campaign I am very excited to see this film. The story centers around the titular character, a Civil War veteran from Virginia who ends up transported to Barsoom (Mars) through mysterious means while in a cave in the American […]
Available online now is a completely crowd funded, space-based science fiction series called “L5.” While the quality of the CGI work isn’t near network TV standards, considering it was made on a $15,000 budget and nearly every frame of its half hour has effects in it, they did an amazing job. The basic premise […]