As teen suicide rates skyrocket, the government declares it an epidemic amongst minors and establishes The Program. High-risk teens are flagged if they seem depressed, lonely, anxious, and/or suicidal. People known as Handlers then take the teens to The Program, where they . . .
The final installment in the Southern Reach trilogy will answer many of your questions first formed in Annihilation, but will also leave you hanging, suspended in open air over a chasm of about 100 newly-formed questions. We follow Control and Ghost Bird back into . . .
After its director disappeared into Area X with the twelfth expedition and never came back, the Southern Reach must appoint a new director in her absence. John Rodríguez, who chooses to go by "Control," is that new director. Control spends his . . .
Lena is a biologist and former soldier. She is married to Kane, also a soldier, and one that's been "missing" for a year, now, after setting out on a secret mission. Kane suddenly turns up, but he's not who he used to be. He acts like a subdued version of Kane, doesn't remember anything at all about his mission, and almost instantly . . .
Area X is a mysterious place where nature has reclaimed the Earth, and there are no signs of civilization. For decades, expeditions have been sent across the border to gather as much information as possible about this strange area, to map out the terrain and discover what . . .
When Earth is ravaged by endless wars, the wealthiest humans evacuate to a safe haven, known as CEIL, floating above the planet. CEIL sucks Earth's resources and leaves those left behind to die; meanwhile, everyone living on CEIL become a victim to a new . . .
I'm here with (you guessed it!) another binge-worthy Netflix series recommendation. What more could you ask for? You're welcome. The show I want you all to go out and watch rightnow is Dark. This series isn't brand new. It debuted on Netflix back in December and was immediately hailed as the "adult" Stranger Things. Well, I'm certifiably…
It's Monday, again. You know what that means---another long week ahead. If you're a sci-fi/horror lover like me, then you might be a little tired today due to Netflix's awesome announcement last night during the Superbowl. I didn't really care about the Superbowl. I also didn't care about halftime, or the commercials. I did care about…
In a small town, in the giant cornfield known as Ohio (where I live), two Asian-American boys bond over their love of comic books, both reading and writing and illustrating them. Elsewhere, perhaps in the future or a parallel universe, a team of superheroes fight supervillains, but also sit around drinking lemonade and pondering . . .
The year is 2044 and our planet Earth is in sorry shape. After years of human neglect and environmental degradation, reality is not a fun place. Luckily for humankind, a supergenius named James Halliday created the . . .