For eighteen episodes during 1980, kids in Philadelphia were given a weekly glimpse into "the future" thanks to a show called Starstuff. Click through to catch up with computers that could see through time and worryingly cheap space colonies.
Southern California's premiere all-female, banked track roller derby league, the LA Derby Dolls, bring us a fantastic demonstration of electrical principles on their banked track, featuring a great soundtrack. Click through to see their update of roller derby in action.
H. G. Wells disliked Fritz Lang's Metropolis with a fiery passion, tearing it apart in a review for the New York Times. The movie Things To Come' is his brilliant celluloid riposte, and you can watch it online for free.
You only get a few days off for the holidays. Things would be different in your science fiction life, right? We compare fictional companies with real-life ones, and reveal how your scifi vacation time could shake out.
You've been deceived. All those computer interfaces you saw in the movies? They were made without CGI! Watch our video "The Binary Snowjob" to discover the terrible truth about computers that never were.