2020 Science Fiction Movies Ranked from Best to Worst

The COVID-19 pandemic ruined the year for moviegoers. What was once believed to be the best year of movie releases of all-time, turned out to be a mediocre showing. Regardless, they weren’t all bad movies last year. Some were tolerable. None stood out from another. Check out the list below, which I have ranked using …

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Coming Soon: Siren’s Cove by Sara Judson Brown

Available on Amazon January 26, 2021, in paperback, ebook, and Kindle Unlimited formats! “I’m picking up a vibration…” Quote from Siren’s Cove When a faulty time coil destroys her ship, test pilot Lieutenant Anaya Chapman awakens with no memory of the accident and no identity. Haunted by dark images from her past she finds herself …

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Relics of Dawn: An Exciting Take on Earth’s Ancient Alien Origin for 2021

I read a ton of books in 2020. Well, 68, to be exact. A.W. Davidson’s Relics of Dawn was the best book I read all year. Mind-blowing is an understatement. Author A.W. Davidson’s first novel, Relics of Dawn: A Story Carved in Time is a rare gem among a sea of mediocrity in climate fiction or cli-fi. With a …

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Raised by Wolves is the Best Binge-Worthy Series on HBO Max

I finally got around to watching Ridley Scott’s Raised by Wolves on HBO Max last week and I ended up binge-watching the entire season. It was that good. The show felt like the Ridley Scott of Alien (1979) and Bladerunner (1982) was back in full-force. Raised by Wolves follows two androids, Father (Amanda Collin) and Mother (Abubakar Salim), …

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Almost 40 Years Later and The Thing Still Scares the Crap Out of Me

1982. What a fantastic year for science fiction fans. Steven Spielberg’s E.T. won the year by breaking box office records and receiving widespread acclaim. Two weeks after Spielberg’s movie premiered, Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner and John Carpenter’s The Thing hit the box office. What unfortunate timing. In my humble opinion, E.T. doesn’t stand the test …

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