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Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:

Will we ever have a gas shortage like the one in the Mad Max movies? Nerdist has the scientific answer:

Here’s a sweet Mad Max: Fury Road poster designed by Jerome Lu courtesy of Fandango:

If Marvel ever does make a Black Widow movie, especially one directed… Continue reading Today in Movie Culture: 'Black Widow' Movie Opening Credits Sequence, the Science of 'Mad Max' and More

We are two-and-a-half months into the year and things are already looking a little rough for fans of original science fiction at the movies. Truthfully, 2015 was always going to have a hard time living up to the embarrassment of riches that was 2014, but the critical and commercial failures of Jupiter Ascending and Chappie are disheartening. Even if you don’t like either… Continue reading The Last Sci-Fi Blog: 'Jupiter Ascending,' 'Chappie' and the Odd State of Original Science Fiction

When the first trailer for Josh Trank’s Fantastic Four reboot arrived earlier this week, everyone noted that the footage was cut awfully similar to the marketing for Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar. Since this is the Internet, it took someone less than 24 hours to splice together Matthew McConaughey’s voice with Reg E. Cathey’s narration and the results were uncanny. The trailer played exactly the… Continue reading The Last Sci-fi Blog: 'Interstellar,' 'Fantastic Four' and the Science Fiction-ing of Superhero Movies

2014 was a landmark year for science fiction films… and it’s over. Gone forever. Destined to live on only in our hearts, minds and DVD shelves. But this is sci-fi — you’ve got to always keep one eye on the future. After all, 2015 certainly doesn’t look like its lacking in the “potentially pretty-great science fiction film” department. So let’s journey into the… Continue reading The Last Sci-fi Blog: The 2015 Science Fiction Movie Preview

2014 was a banner year for science fiction film, which made the annual The Last Sci-Fi Blog Science Fiction Movie Awards that much harder to judge. Seriously. This was one helluva year.  

So, without further ado, let’s hand out some awards!

 

Best Scene in a Bad Movie

Winner: