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Fictional Blogs
When is a lie a good lie? Fictional Bloggers and the people who read them, love them, hate them.
"...continuum between a lie on one end and good fiction on the other? What are the ethics of fictional..."

March 12, 2007 SXSW Post by Belinda Acosta

A Scanner Darkly
As the title implies, there’s a certain opacity to A Scanner Darkly's cautionary drug tale, but at times Richard Linklater's film can be as naked as the lunch on the end of your fork.
"...A Scanner Darkly, a near-30-year-old work of prescient science fiction, whose film setting is seven years in the future...."

July 7, 2006 Movie Review by Marjorie Baumgarten

All Creatures Great and Small
With the current state of the environment, long belabored by activists and scientists who point to any number of warning signs of planetary collapse, it makes sense, Chronicle contributor Dan Oko writes, that writers with deep green inclinations would juggle literary aesthetics and scientific data in their efforts to jar us from the stupefying impact of too much information and too much bad news.
"...goats, writer Rick Bass told me that he thought fiction and poetry concerning the natural world could ultimately provide..."

May 18, 2001 Books Feature by Dan Oko

Jackie Brown
Based on Elmore Leonard's novel Rum Punch, this is a fairly straight-ahead, Seventies-styled caper film.
"...He single-handedly restored John Travolta's good name in Pulp Fiction, and now it looks as though he's doing the..."

Dec. 26, 1997 Movie Review by Marc Savlov

Curdled
"...film role was that of the cabdriver in Pulp Fiction. The story is a black comedy about Gabriela (Jones),..."

Oct. 11, 1996 Movie Review by Marjorie Baumgarten

It's Gonna Get Pitch Black at Other Worlds
David Twohy named this year's Defender of the Universe
"...Nelson. SF icon Sybil Danning. All honored by science fiction film festival Other Worlds as a Defender of the..."

Nov. 17, 2020 Screens Post by Richard Whittaker

Aliens in Russia: Inside Sputnik
Director Egor Abramenko explores the Soviet myth of heroes
"...remember exactly when he fell in love with science fiction. He said, "It was 1996, and I was a..."

Aug. 14, 2020 Screens Post by Richard Whittaker

The Q&A Hole: What Got You Hooked On the Weird Stuff?
Waiting for the manlike creature with the glowing eyes
"...drug in there somewhere. (In the case of science fiction, maybe a person’s gateway was even Frederik Pohl’s excellent..."

July 13, 2017 Arts Post by Wayne Alan Brenner

Saadia Faruqi at BookPeople
Houston author and interfaith activist shares her stories
"...and interfaith activist Saadia Faruqi a unique opportunity: Use fiction as a conduit for cultural awareness. Or at least,..."

Feb. 12, 2016 Arts Post by Jessi Cape

Ernie Cline Gets His Game on With Armada
Novelist Ernie Cline's Eighties arcade love fuels his new sci-fi blockbuster, Armada
"...jackpot on his first attempt at writing a science fiction novel. Now he's back to play again, hoping to..."

July 31, 2015 Arts Feature by Michael Berry

Local Nonagenarian Author Speaks at BookPeople Sunday
Babette Hughes hosts an event for her Kate Brady mystery trilogy
"...Hat, winner of 2011-2012 Texas Association of Authors' Historical Fiction Award, kicks off this murder mystery trilogy by local..."

July 18, 2015 Arts Post by Jessi Cape

Patricia Highsmith
The crime writer's dark world is stranger than (literary) fiction
"...the Texas-born writer should be rescued from the crime fiction shelf and placed alongside her more highbrow literary influences,..."

July 25, 2014 Arts Feature by Amy Gentry

Q&A With Author Aaron Teel
Flash-fiction champ reads at Domy tomorrow
"...A collection of flash fiction stories, Aaron Teel's Shampoo Horns is the winner of..."

Aug. 24, 2012 Books Post by Jessi Cape

What the Filk?
Sci-fi and folk combine for one weird subgenre
"...It’s science fiction week here at the Chronicle, which means, musically, we’ve..."

July 25, 2008 Music Post by Doug Freeman

Nebula Over Austin
Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America honors del Toro, Chabon, Moorcock in Austin
"...lot of genre-defining authors, but this weekend the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America held their annual Nebula..."

April 29, 2008 Screens Post by Richard Whittaker

Citizen McCall
Kinky Friedman once remarked that the line between fiction and reality is the one he snorted back in 1978. More than two decades later, he's still getting things mixed up. Chronicle writer Sidney Moody investigates why he puts his friend John McCall, the multimillionaire shampoo magnate and owner of the beauty supply firm Armstrong McCall, in his new detective novel Steppin' on a Rainbow without even bothering to change his name.
"...Kinky Friedman once remarked that the line between fiction and reality is the one he snorted back in..."

Nov. 2, 2001 Books Feature by Sidney Moody

Location, Location, Location
Detective Fiction
"...my greatest luxury, spending the idle hours reading detective fiction...."

May 5, 1995 Books Feature by Louis Black

Villains
Delicious black comedy finds bad guys in a battle of the generations
"...neo-noir, pitting Lynchian psychosexuality against the flurry of Pulp Fiction knockoffs from the decade’s latter half. By all rights,..."

Sept. 20, 2019 Movie Review by Matthew Monagle

Official Secrets
True story of a whistleblower who saw the lies behind the Iraq War
"...Based on a 2008 nonfiction British bestseller, the screenplay (co-written by the husband-and-wife team..."

Sept. 6, 2019 Movie Review by Steve Davis

Ma
Octavia Spencer subverts expectations and racist tropes in this fun horror
"...takedown of the pervasive racist "mammy" caricature in historical fiction. The identifying traits of that archetype – subservient, sexless,..."

May 31, 2019 Movie Review by Matthew Monagle

Cold Pursuit
Liam Neeson is Mr. Plow ... with a vengeance
"...justice actioner, Cold Pursuit is whiteout-noir with a pulp fiction edge. That’s not to say it’s a great film...."

Feb. 15, 2019 Movie Review by Marc Savlov

Life Itself
Maudlin multigenerational drama thinks it's profound (spoiler: it's not)
"...Weirdly, Fogelman’s template seems to be Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction, which is referenced both stylistically and by various characters..."

Sept. 21, 2018 Movie Review by Marc Savlov

Kin
Gritty sci-fi road trip has teen appeal
"...This mash-up of family drama and science fiction is a pleasant but unconvincing adventure with strong adolescent..."

Aug. 31, 2018 Movie Review by Marjorie Baumgarten

Three Identical Strangers
Deception, research, and an almost unbelievable mystery of triplets divided at birth
"...What a story! This stranger-than-fiction documentary starts with the astonishing reunion of identical male..."

July 6, 2018 Movie Review by Steve Davis

Mrs. Hyde
Isabelle Huppert glows (literally) in this SF-comedy makeover of the psycho-horror classic.
"...that sharply divides academic pursuits from vocational. The film’s science-fiction elements fail to engage our eyes or minds. In..."

May 25, 2018 Movie Review by Marjorie Baumgarten

The Rider
Powerful docudrama of life on the range.
"...Pine Ridge, The Rider is a stunning piece of fiction played close to the bone. Brady Blackburn, his father..."

April 27, 2018 Movie Review by Marjorie Baumgarten

Downsizing
Alexander Payne creates a small word with big ambitions
"...ambitions may outstrip its accomplishments. Story elements blend science fiction, comedy, and drama to create tones and a trajectory..."

Dec. 22, 2017 Movie Review by Marjorie Baumgarten

Into The Black Hole at Other Worlds Austin
Director Gary Nelson on Disney's sci-fi epic, returning this weekend
"...When Disney's groundbreaking science fiction oddity The Black Hole explodes back on the big..."

Dec. 7, 2017 Screens Post by Richard Whittaker

All I See Is You
A blind woman who regains her sight starts to see things differently
"...Sean Conway and Marc Forster (Monster’s Ball, Stranger Than Fiction), who also directed. I appreciated some of the low-key..."

Oct. 27, 2017 Movie Review by Danielle White

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets
Luc Besson's latest is a kaleidoscopic mess
"...resembles, in both style and content, his flamboyant 1997 science-fiction adventure The Fifth Element, a guilty pleasure that improves..."

July 21, 2017 Movie Review by Steve Davis

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