Author John Gwynne writes about the brilliant canines who’ve found their way into his novels
Tom Paton’s Lovecraftian action sci-fi Black Site is a mashed-up homage to Carpenter and the Eighties.
Kristian A. Söderström’s feature debut Videoman is a bittersweetly backward-looking romance with a giallo-esque flavour
Amaranthine Spectrum author Tom Toner on the possibility of a lost dinosaur civilisation
Gilded Cage author Vic James writes about her favourite wicked, scheming and decadent aristocrats in SFF
Author Alex Thomson writes about the joys and challenges of genre mash-ups
Can the Unfriended sequel match the grisly desktop shocks of its predecessor?
Fox greenlights Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi’s What We Do In The Shadows TV series
Author Adrian Tchaikovsky gives us his very favourite shape-shifters in sci-fi and fantasy
From Ellen Page dealing with zombies to Ben Wheatley chats, here’s what you missed from Glasgow Film Festival’s genre movie selection
Author Anne Corlett tells us which of her favourite books she’d most like to see brought to film or TV
Princesses Behaving Badly author Linda Rodriguez McRobbie gives us five real princesses who need their own movie
MD Lachlan writes about how Vikings shows the joys and pitfalls of writing historical fantasy
Roxanne Benjamin’s feature directorial debut gets picked up for distribution
Diane Spencer’s sci-fi comedy webseries Galaxy Ball Team EARTH has dogs playing sports
Miguel visits his ancestors in this new UK trailer for Pixar’s Coco
We talk to author Melissa Caruso about her debut fantasy novel The Tethered Mage
We went to Nottingham’s Mayhem Film Festival and it was a bloody good time
From Warhammer 40,000 to Aliens, Jamie Sawyer counts down the most badass suits of armour in sci-fi
William Shakespeare’s The Force Doth Awaken author Ian Doescher gets into his book’s Easter eggs
Deniz Camp writes about his comic Maxwell’s Demons and asks, what is sci-fi?
The editor and publisher of Becoming Dangerous writes about why now is the time to become dangerous
Author Joshua Winning writes about the strong, complex heroines who inspired his latest novel Killing Rumer
The authors of Basic Witches give us their top 10 spell-slingers
Patty Jenkins will be bridging the pay gap and coming back to direct Wonder Woman 2. Yes!
Author Amie L Spurgeon talks dyslexia-friendly sci-fi and fantasy novels
We saw the brilliant anime Your Name in IMAX and now we want more
From vampires and werewolves to Japanese ghosts and monsters that dissolve you slowly, here are Dana Fredsti’s finest monsters
Guest blog: What happens when regular employees of futuristic sci-fi mega-corporations realise they are the ‘bad guys’?
Scientists realise they’re working for the bad guys in new sci-fi short Eddie
Author Ryan Danes looks back at Doctor Who producer Sydney Newman’s life and career