A 1950’s style science fiction franchise [albeit “Kill Command” and Continuum are adult post-modern] based upon the 1965 novel Dune by Frank Herbert. Dune is frequently cited as the best-selling science fiction novel in history.
In other words. With a few notable exceptions, a 1950’s Science Fiction Anthology eBook series.
Sister Judith awakens to find herself alone, again. The girl is gone. Leaving behind an imprinter and a note on the kitchen table. Sister Judith’s eyes fluorescence blue, momentarily. There is no recall of the girl. The girl is gone, free of her subjugation, and thus cannot be remoted.… Read Full Article
Seven steps across the border. From the perspective of the away team and the surviving Druids, Seven is walking unmolested toward the ruins. Walking toward, but never reaching. It’s an optical illusion. A very elaborate one.… Read Full Article
She comes to herself laying spreadeagle upon the bare mattress of a bed. The timeclock on her restraints release on schedule. She’s locked in a soundproofed room only accessible via a secret panel in Sister Judith’s bedroom.… Read Full Article
Cube Zero is a 2004 Canadian independent science fiction psychological horror thriller film, written and directed by Ernie Barbarash. It is the third film in the Cube film series, being a prequel to the series.… Read Full Article