Tim Miller and David Fincher are bringing what looks like an insane group of animated sci-fi shorts to Netflix in March with the anthology series Love, Death and Robots.
Michael Pena stars in Netflix’s upcoming alien invasion movie Extinction as a father who starts having violent dreams that turn out to be premonitions of the incoming alien threat and must fight to protect his family.
The latest from Jackie Chan, Bleeding Steel, has more sci-fi than your typical Jackie movie and finds him up against a dangerous cyborg who is after a bio-mechanical heart that will make him an immortal and unstoppable killing machine.
Jackie Chan has to protect a young girl from an insane, genetically modified super soldier in the crazy looking future of July’s Bleeding Steel.
Sam Worthington is a soldier who volunteers for a dangerous and radical genetic experiment to try and force an evolutionary change in humanity to allow humans to migrate to Saturn’s moon Titan, as Earth is on the brink collapse, in the upcoming Netflix movie, The Titan.
Netflix has released teasers for each of the six episodes for next year’s fourth season of Black Mirror, the incredible, technology focused sci-fi anthology series from Charlie Brooker.
JK Simmons plays a low level employeed of a UN agency who discovers the building he works in hides a corridor to an alternate Earth when his doppelganger from that Earth arrives in the upcoming Starz sci-fi thriller Counterpart.
Set in the future where an automated security system controls the justice system, Infinity Chamber finds Frank Lerner (Christopher Soren Kelly) arrested for seemingly nothing and thrown into a cell controlled by an AI named HOWARD and a device that can probe his memories to determine his innocence or guilt.
Things look crazy in the new upcoming Jackie Chan movie Bleeding Steel as it looks like Jackie is up against some sort of futuristic cyber-soldiers and some over the top villains as he tries to defend a young girl.
The Dark Tower series is Stephen King’s magnum opus but unlike the unique and complex story told in the eight novels, the movie version strips everything to the bone for an incredibly generic “stop the end of the world” action movie.