Author: Aimee Dansereau

She-Fi Podcast: Logan

In this She-Fi podcast, we review Logan. Logan had a very different tone than all other X-men movies. It was a great character study on Wolverine, Professor X, and Laura (a.k.a. X-23), and their relationship dynamics. We discuss whether we think it’s Oscar worthy, and share our sentiments about Hugh Jackman and Patrick Stewart’s last […]

The Inspiration Behind that Popular Star Trek TNG Picard-ThereAre4Lights Episode

Lately, there have been a lot of references, memes, and video clips in regards to the “Picard-ThereAre4Lights-Torture-episode. The Star Trek TNG episode’s official name is “Chain of Command Part 2.”   Here’s a recap of that 2-part episode just in case it’s been a while since you’ve last seen it. In Part 1, Captain Picard, […]

Recursor TV and Its New Original Series, Nina Unlocked

Recently, I had the pleasure of interviewing Recursor TV’s CEO, EJ Kavounas and News Editor, Michele Chiappetta. In case you haven’t heard of Recursor TV, it’s a new video streaming service that features independent science fiction short films and web series. It’s basically the indie, sci-fi version of Netflix.   It’s Kavounas’ passion project, which […]

The Movie Arrival is a Sci-fi Metaphor for Communication and Language in Relationships

Arrival is very different from your typical alien invasion movie. Although such movies can be enjoyable to watch, Arrival has gone a different direction by choosing linguistics professor Louise Banks, played by Amy Adams, to take on the role of hero. Her heroism doesn’t come from brute strength, or special powers; but from her bravery, […]

Interview with Jamison Stone, Author of “Rune of the Apprentice”

  In this She-Fi video, we interview Jamison Stone, author of the the new fantasy novel, “Rune of the Apprentice.” What we had to say about the book: “Rune of the Apprentice” is a fantasy and science-fiction adventure ride through a rich world of runes, magic, technology, stunning natural settings, beautifully eclectic and diverse cultures, […]

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