We catch up with Kester Grant on the day she’s been told her debut novel, The Court Of Miracles, has hit the Sunday Times Bestsellers list…
This year marks the 25th anniversary of the release of Interview With The Vampire. We speak to director Neil Jordan about the making of the film, and its legacy.
We go behind the scenes of Netflix’s new series, Cursed, with actress Katherine Langford.
This doctor’s bedside manner needs a lot of work. We review hospital-based horror, Alive.
We review Sean S. Cunningham’s Eighties teen horror The New Kids as it’s released on special edition Blu-ray.
Naughty Dog brings us its long-awaited sequel to the post-apocalyptic horror epic.
Nicholas Briggs’s epic sci-fi audio drama, The Human Frontier, has been greenlit for a second season.
Compliance! We talk to director Randal Kleiser about pushing the envelope with his Disney classic…
We review Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo’s latest story for The Dark Knight.
Arrow has announced it will present a digital edition of FrightFest in August.
The eagerly-awaited fourth Crash Bandicoot game has been announced and… well… it’s about time.
We speak to the writer, director and composer of Fanny Lye Deliver’d.
We’re bloody well heading to the dirty streets of London to see just what Alfred Pennyworth was like as a young man.
DC has launched a free virtual event that will focus on the DC Multiverse and will include the latest news and annoucements, as well as exclusive panels.
We go on a dangerous adventure through an alternative 19th Century Paris with Kester Grant’s novel The Court Of Miracles.
Check out this wonderful cover and excerpt of Aliya Whiteley’s upcoming novel Skyward Inn.
Josh Gad’s most recent Reunited Apart brought the star-studded cast and crew of Ghostbusters together via Zoom.
Our favourite band of outcast heroes will return to our screens in July.
From fighting zombies in World War Z, to historical graphic novel, Harlem Hellfighters, Max Brooks has a diverse body of work. We speak to him about how his latest novel, Devolution, a story about a remote town left to the mercy of hungry Sasquatches, stems from scary childhood memories…
As Gremlins 2: The New Batch reaches the ripe old age of 30, we take a look back with director Joe Dante and producer Mike Finnell.
We give a rundown of our top ten genre game picks from the PS5 launch event reveal.
As Artemis Fowl arrives on Disney+ we speak to actress Tamara Smart about trolls, lighthouses and book adaptations.
Warning: A must-watch ghost tale! Check out our review for Kim Jin-won’s South Korean horror for Shudder.
The first wave of films have been released for the 24th edition of Fantasia International Film Festival, which will be taking place virtually this year.
Bill and Ted head for the future in the teaser trailer for Bill And Ted Face The Music.
We review Wonder Woman: Tempest Tossed a timely, powerful reimagining of the iconic warrior’s origins.
We review the Arrow Video release of Christian Stella and Jeremy Gardner’s genre-jumping After Midnight.
We have five copies of Bloodshot to give away to our lucky readers!
Is it a surefire hit or a speedy mess? Find out with our review of videogame adaptation Sonic The Hedgehog.
We spoke to The Vast Of Night actress Sierra McCormick about working the switchboard, that Fifties wardrobe and All The President’s Men…
We review No Signal, the sequel to Jem Tugwell’s Proximity and the latest in the iMe series.
With the success of The Southern Book Club’s Guide To Slaying Vampires, we speak to the novel’s author, Grady Hendrix, about about badass housewives, Shirley Jackson and vampire lore…
With more cat puns than you can shake a paw at, here’s our review of Sam Maggs’ Captain Marvel: Cosmic CAT-tastrophe. It’s claw-some (sorry).
To celebrate Buffy The Vampire Slayer being shown on All 4 and E4 a playlist inspired by the show has been created.
To celebrate Buffy The Vampire Slayer launching on All 4 and E4, we sat down (virtually) with James Marsters who played Spike to discuss all things Buffy.
Read our review for Pixar’s latest epic adventure, Onward…
What the smeg! Here’s our review of Red Dwarf’s first ever feature-length special…
We review up and coming director Keola Racela’s horror comedy feature length debut.
We exclusively reveal the UK cover of Mary Robinette Kowal’s The Relentless Moon and include an excerpt of the novel…
We take a look into the fifth dimension with Andrew Patterson’s sci-fi mystery…
From Dr Who’s Nicholas Briggs, an original space thriller series.
Being number two isn’t necessarily a bad thing as Disney+’s new original movie shows…
The full programme for the science fiction, fantasy and horror writing festival will be available online.
Check out this special look video at Disney’s upcoming Artemis Fowl movie…
Check out the trailer for twisted horror The Woman to celebrate its brand-new 4k release…
The battle of the ages are well underway with Richard Bates Jr’s Killer Instinct.
We speak to actor Jerry O’Connell about our favourite all-Ameican hero, Superman, as you’ve never seen him before in Justice League Dark: Apokolips War.
We speak to writer Ernie Altbacker about Justice League Dark and the latest WB animated movie, Justice League Dark: Apokolips War.
A powerless Superman? A band of superheroes who can’t save the day? Just what’s going on in DC’s latest animated movie Justice League Dark: Apokolips War?
We speak to Lewis Coates about his upcoming short sci-fi film, Re-displacement.
Netflix has released the trailer for its highly-anticipated Snowpiercer series.
We speak to the Revenge director about the treatment of women, vengeance movies, her love of John Carpenter and much more!
The Folio Society has released a wonderful new edition of Arthur C Clarke’s celebrated novel, Rendezvous With Rama.
No Signal and Proximity author Jem Tugwell discusses the possibilities of augmented reality.
We speak to Divergent author Veronica Roth about stepping away from YA fiction with her latest novel, Chosen Ones.
Author Yoon Ha Lee gives us a wonderful insight into creating the setting for his upcoming novel, Phoenix Extravagant.
Jeff Barnaby’s first-of-its-kind Indigenous zombie thriller crams in broken families, gore and constitutional statements.
SciFiNow exclusively reveals the paperback cover for David Koepp’s Cold Storage.
The Folio Society has continued its series of George R R Martin’s A Song Of Ice And Fire saga with a beautifully illustrated edition of A Clash Of Kings.
As the last movie in the Skywalker saga heads to home video, we review the latest Star Wars film.
In a world exclusive to SciFiNow, we speak to and reveal the true identity of the author of the brilliant The Girl Who Could Move Sh*t With Her Mind…
‘Next Level’ is a truly apt title as we reunite with the Jumanji gang for a solid sequel that takes things up a notch.
Get a serious Doctor Who fix from the latest bumper documentary series now available on Amazon Prime.
Imogen Poots and Jesse Eisenberg are trapped in a Twilight Zone-esque domestic nightmare in Vivarium
We exclusively reveal the new poster for upcoming interactive sci-fi, The Complex, as well as a new clip.
SciFiNow is delighted to be able to bring you a sneak peek at The Folio Society’s wonderful edition of Planet Of The Apes with our image gallery…
Ahead of the release of the Ravers, we discuss mutants, science and drugs with its director, Bernhard Pucher…
A space film rooted in terrestrial issues when an astronaut and mother is set to leave her daughter before a mission…
We speak to the editor of upcoming graphic novels The Matrix Comics: 20th Anniversary Edition and Doc Frankenstein, as well as the creator of the original Matrix website, about working with the Wachowskis and his extensive career…
Here’s our review on Leigh Whannell’s take on The Invisible Man…
I Am Not Okay With This Review: Is It Teenage Angst Or Teenage Kicks With New Supernatural Netflix Show?
Puberty gets serious with Netflix’s new release…
Director Nicolas Pesce and stars Andrea Riseborough and Lin Shaye hold a Grudge
The votes are in! What has been named as the best Ray Harryhausen creature…?
We review M. John Harrison’s first book in seven years: The Sunken Land Begins To Rise Again.
Pieces of a comet are heading straight to Earth in the new movie, Greenland.