Though it has a seed of an interesting story, Ryan Kruger’s sci-fi comedy something or other would rather just overwhelm the viewer’s senses.
Beautiful, strange, and enrapturing, 2046 feels unlike anything else in Wong Kar-wai’s oeuvre, and yet utterly of a piece with his mesmerizing works.
The sci-fi thriller takes no risks, and tries absolutely nothing you haven’t seen before.
Kathryn Bigelow’s vision of a grim future was mostly rejected by audiences — now we’re living in it.
Aaron Moorhead and Justin Benson continue their hot streak of inventive, idiosyncratic science fiction with a refreshingly heartfelt time-travel thriller.
Trek’s flagship series takes a dramatic leap forward, stumbling toward its true potential.
We sift through the sands of Arrakis to find the nuggets of spice in the trailer for Denis Villeneuve’s sprawling space epic Dune.
A treacly Lost pastiche about astronauts and the lives left behind on an interstellar mission gives way to surprisingly humanistic highs.
Love bites like a parasite in a charming episode that finally locks in Lower Decks’ more refreshing stakes.
Ridley Scott produces a heady, intellectual science fiction series with big, sumptuous ideas and occasionally shaggy presentation.
Alien parasites wreak havoc on Mother Russia in this pulpy, viscerally effective creepfest.
Boimler and Mariner run afoul of a drunken Klingon, and Rutherford has a Starfleet identity crisis.
The Rick and Morty vibe takes a lot of getting used to, but there are glimmers of promise in the latest Star Trek adventure.
Joel Schumacher’s 1990 foray into psychological horror wasn’t just a look at mortality, but also a meditation on what lie on the other side.
New Line sends Jason to the final frontier, and sends all the thinly-drawn characters and low-budget kills of the franchise with him.
Andrew Patterson’s tale of strange goings-on in ’50s New Mexico is full of detail, even if it doesn’t reach its full potenial.
Shudder’s latest is a synthwave sci-fi opera is thinly plotted and unapologetically lurid, but packed with gorgeous grindhouse visuals.
The cinematographer behind much of HBO’s Westworld and TNT’s Snowpiercer talks about the rocky road to filming two disparate sci-fi dystopias.