Tag: fembots

“Book vs. Flick: The Stepford Wives”

Friend of the Gutter Sara Century writes about The Stepford Wives. “The story has been made into multiple films—the first being a play-by-play of the book in 1975, followed by mostly irrelevant sequels like Revenge of the Stepford Wives, The Stepford Children, and The Stepford Husbands. The original film retains […]

Terror of Monkeys vs. Robots

Manipulated by mad scientists, humiliated for humanity’s pleasure, will robots and apes tire of making our cars, vacuuming our floors, fighting our wars, washing our cats and smoking our cigarettes? Who will break first as humankind continually fails to distinguish androids from robots, apes from monkeys? We return […]

Ellen Ripley and Spinny Killbots

“Who is the best female character in science fiction film? The answer to this is easy: It’s Ellen Ripley, from the Aliens films. It’s not even close. And that’s a very bad thing.” John Scalzi explains why it’s a very bad thing at Filmcritic.com. (via Nicola Griffith)