SciFiNow+: Issue Two Out Now! – SciFiNow

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SciFiNow+ Issue Two


It’s the New Year present you’ve all been waiting for – yes Issue Two of SciFiNow+ is out now and it’s pretty darn good if we do say so ourselves…

You must have (hopefully) heard by now that SciFiNow has partnered with sci-fi app The Companion to bring you more genre goodies in the form of our new digital offering: SciFiNow+

Reading like a regular magazine in the form of an app that you simply swipe through, SciFiNow+ has all you could need to quench those genre cravings. This includes news, features and reviews that cover sci-fi, fantasy and horror movies, TV shows, books and pretty much anything else geek you can think of!

Issue Two is available right now through The Companion, a subscription-based app and website offering clickbait-free original content for fandoms which have been underserved by mainstream entertainment media. Existing Companion members will have access to SciFiNow+, whilst SciFiNow readers will have access to The Companion’s daily deep-dives, interviews, podcasts, and star-studded video AMAs.

In this issue, we speak to Gavin Rothery, Theo James and Stacy Martin about their sci-fi thriller, Archive which sees a scientist try to put the soul of his late wife in an advanced android. Is Archive the first great sci-fi of 2021? We might just think so.

Elsewhere in the issue, we discuss the Judi Dench and Dan Stevens-starring Blithe Spirit with director Edward Hall, sit down with Elliot James Langridge to chat retro videogames for his new movie The Intergalactic Adventures of Max Cloud, and get in-depth about the horror of mental illness with Relic director Natalie Erika James and star Bella Heathcote.

There’s plenty more besides, including news, reviews and Flashbacks on our favourite retro genre so take advantage of our limited 30% discount and download The Companion now!

Access to SciFiNow+ and The Companion is $6.99 monthly or $69.99 for a year. A 30% discount is available using the code ‘SciFiNow30’ for a limited time only. Click here to subscribe.

To find the app, search ‘The Companion for Sci-Fi’ on the App Store or Google Play. The app can also be accessed on the web at thecompanion.app.






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