Be prepared for a serious shiver or two down your spine with our exclusive clip of Blumhouse horror, The Vigil… If that wasn’t enough to give you the chills, here is a synopsis of the film… The Vigil is set over the course of a long, dark night in Brooklyn’s Hassidic “Boro” Park neighbourhood, following
Check out this magically explosive trailer for Magical Adventures In The Forbidden City, exclusive to SciFiNow! If that trailer isn’t enough to get in your head…in your head… [zombie, zombie…] here is a synopsis of the film… In another world, not unlike our own, a young woman named Abigail lives in a city whose
If you are of a nervous disposition look away now… For the rest of you, check out the debaucherous and downright gruesome SciFiNow exclusive trailer of Teruo Ishii’s Inferno Of Torture! [embedded content] Tender romance clashes with vile sadism in a sea of tattooed female flesh this incredibly provocative and salacious film, which depicts some of
We’re excited to exclusively share the trailer for The Tomb: Devil’s Revenge starring the legendary William Shatner! Check it out right here… The Tomb: Devil’s Revenge is said to be ‘The Descent meets The Exorcist, with a dash of Raiders Of The Lost Ark thrown in for good measure’ and stars the Star Trek legend William Shatner, alongside Jeri Ryan
Gordon’s alive! Boy, do we have a treat for you all! Here is an exclusive Flash Gordon clip taken from the brand new 4k Ultra High Definition restoration, due out 10 August, and what a perfect scene to show the film in all its glory – the moment we first see Ming the Merciless as
How can Wednesday be a hump day when we have glorious covers such as this for Katy Rose Pool’s As The Shadow Rises?! Out this September, As The Shadow Rises is the spectacular second novel in Katy Rose Pool’s Age Of Darkness trilogy – a modern fantasy blockbuster packed with magic, prophecy and adventure. Katy
New British sci-fi horror Alien Outbreak is the second feature film from Devon’s Rendered Pictures, which is the collaboration of husband and wife team Neil and Amanda Rowe. Neil is the writer, director, producer and happens to be an award-winning VFX artist. Amanda is a producer and composer, and together, they deliver ambitious genre films.
What if the Lady Of The Lake wielded the legendary sword Excaliber instead of Arthur? That’s the theory being followed in Netflix’s upcoming fantasy series Cursed. To celebrate the series’ launch later this month, we have an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the show featuring the Lady Of The Lake herself, actress Katherine Langford… Based
Now don’t say we never give you guys anything! We are delighted to not only be able to exclusively reveal the cover to Aliya Whiteley’s sci-fi novel Skyward Inn almost a whole nine months before the book is released, but we can also give you an excerpt from the novel as well! To get you in
Studio Ghibli founder Isao Takahata has been an integral part of the studio’s success story, and has directed such classics as Grave Of The Fireflies and Pom Poko. Back in 2015, we spoke to him about his long journey bringing The Tale Of Princess Kaguya to the screen and his favoured style of animation. What
Arrow Video Channel has the exclusive premiere of Jesus Shows You The Way To The Highway, a genre-busting, synapse-shredding, cult masterwork fro Miguel Llanso and we have an exclusive clip to show you! [embedded content] This crazy mashup of Afro-futurism, Cold War paranoia, the dystopian world of Philip K. Dick, and Sixties exploitation cinema, sees two CIA
Mary Robinette Kowal continues her Hugo and Nebula award-winning Lady Astronaut series, following The Calculating Stars and The Fated Sky, with The Relentless Moon, and we’re proud to reveal the wonderful cover and include an excerpt from the first chapter of the novel. In The Relentless Moon the Earth is coming to the boiling point
Those lovely folks at Arrow Video really know how to treat us! Not only are they releasing a limited edition two-disc Blu-ray of twisted horrors The Woman and Offspring with brand new 4K restorations (supervised and approved by directors Lucky McKee and Andrew van den Houten no less!) but they have also given us SciFiNow readers
No Signal is the second book in the iMe technothriller series, and is set a year after Proximity (book 1) introduced the world of iMe, where crime is eradicated by complete control and people are kept in optimal health through embedded technology. No Signal asks: ‘Can a game change the world?’ The game is central
One of the things people warned me about when it comes to writing novels is that no matter how smoothly novel N goes, there’s no guarantee that novel N+1 will also go smoothly. I learned this the hard way in writing Phoenix Extravagant. I thought I had the plot all planned out, and I knew
We are delighted to exclusively reveal the paperback cover for Cold Storage by the brilliant David Koepp. Check out the illuminating cover for yourself! <span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”>﻿</span> Cold Storage is the highly-anticipated debut from acclaimed Hollywood screenwriter, David Koepp who is best known for his work on Jurassic
The Girl Who Could Move Sh*t With Her Mind by Jackson Ford caused much excitement and expletives when published last year – being hailed as “Alias meets X-Men in a grimly LA setting” by Maria Lewis, a “madcap adventure” that speeds along at “breakneck pace” by the Guardian and “furious, frenetic, fun, and ‘f*ck you’’ by Robert Brockway.
SciFiNow is delighted to an exclusive reveal the poster for upcoming interactive sci-fi thriller, The Complex, as well as show you all a new clip… [embedded content] Following Black Mirror’s ‘Bandersnatch’ and BAFTA-winning game Late Shift – The Complex is written by Lynn Renee Maxcy, part of the Emmy award-winning writing team from The Handmaid’s Tale and is the very first
Can you tell us a little bit about your upcoming film, Ravers? It’s a horror comedy about a party gone mad, when a bunch of ravers stumble upon a batch of contaminated energy drinks which mutates them and spirals the party out of control. And our main character, Becky, a germaphobic journalist, gets trapped in
We are delighted to reveal an exclusive clip and UK artwork from the upcoming movie Sea Fever… <span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”>﻿</span> Sea Fever is a tense and original Irish sci-fi thriller reminiscent of cult classics The Thing and The Abyss, starring Hermione Corfield (Star Wars: The Last Jedi)
Fetch Philips has nothing left to believe in. Which is why he’s surprised when the people of Sunder City start to believe in him… Rumour has it that Fetch is only one who can bring magic back into the world. So when a man is murdered in a way that can only be explained as
When an author rejects the label of science fiction and fantasy being applied to their works, it’s usually due to disdain for the genre. For me, it was because I never believed my books deserved it. It seemed to me a matter of credentials. My books are predominantly contemporary young adult (YA) fiction. They focus
Let me preface this by saying I’m neither an ethicist nor a moral philosopher. I’m also not a research scientist or technical whiz-kid. I have no particular credentials that should lend any metaphysical weight to the opinions presented here. Think of me as an ethics enthusiast, an amateur futurist, and, above all, a lover of
We are delighted to exclusively reveal the Zombie For Sale poster by artist Scott Saslow. Here is a synopsis of the film: Korea’s biggest pharmaceutical company conducts illegal experiments on humans. One test goes wrong and creates a sexy zombie who escapes and winds up with the crazy Park family, owners of a country gas station.
SciFiNow is proud to have an exclusive excerpt of Christopher Paolini’s debut SF novel To Sleep In A Sea Of Stars. To Sleep In A Sea Of Stars is an exciting departure from Paolini’s internationally bestselling fantasy series, which became a global phenomenon. This new book is an adventure on an intergalactic scale, where incredible events have
We have an exclusive clip from the movie Snatchers which you can check out below! <span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”>﻿</span> Here is a synopsis of the film: Senior year is going to rule! Thanks to her relationship with clueless hunk Skyler, Sara is totally in with the cool girls. But Skyler
We speak to Adam Silvera, the New York Times bestselling author of They Both Die At The End, History Is All You Left Me and What If It’s Us about his latest novel and his first foray into fantasy, Infinity Son. Can you tell us more about your new novel, Infinity Son? Infinity Son is about
We are proud to be the first reveal the cover for Phoenix Extravagant, the upcoming title from Nebula by Hugo, and Clarke award-nominated author Yoon Ha Lee. Gyen Jebi isn’t a fighter or a subversive. Just an artist. One day they’re jobless and desperate; the next, Jebi finds themself recruited by the Ministry of Armor to paint
Henry James’ classic novella The Turn Of The Screw gets the studio treatment in Universal’s horror adaptation The Turning. We speak to director Floria Sigismondi about Bly, the new Miles and Flora and more… After starting life as a 12-part serialisation in Collider’s Weekly magazine in 1898, it may seem quite remarkable that Henry James’
If you’re desperate for a new genre podcasts for the new year, look further than BBC Sounds’ Murmurs. Presented as fragments of found sound (think voice notes, answer phone messages and phone calls), each episode of this anthology series is immersive and mysterious, and treads the lines between magical realism, sci-fi, fantasy and occasionally horror.