About Becky Feldman

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Becky used to play Power Rangers with her Barbies as a kid. She was a huge fan of Batman: The Animated Series, probably because it came on before the Power Rangers. Currently, she is living in California, pursuing her dreams of becoming an actor/writer/Black Ops agent who only fights mean demons. She’s written for Funny or Die, as well as some jokes for TV shows that were too good to air. You can also see some of her sketches performed live at the Upright Citizen’s Brigade Theatre in Los Angeles. They’re mostly about the Power Rangers.
Favorites: Alias (Jessica Jones, not the TV show), Alias (the TV show), Alien, Angel, Arrow, Battlestar Galactica, Batman: the Animated Series, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, E.T., The Giver, Huntress: Year One, Killer Nun, The Matrix, Predators, The Power Rangers, Queen and Country, Sunshine, Superman III, Vampire Diaries
Location: Los Angeles, CA

Becky Feldman - Writer

  • Scientists Place Robot In Ethical Trap

    Posted Sunday, September 21st, 2014 12:00 pm GMT -4
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    Under Isaac Asimov’s First Law of Robotics, a robot must not injure another human being or allow another human being to enter harm’s way. Asimov’s Laws of Robotics first appeared in his 1942 short story, ‘Runaround,’ These laws are clearly present in not only other works of science fiction but also in reality as the […]

  • Your Guide To New Science Fiction TV Shows Debuting This Fall

    Posted Monday, September 15th, 2014 01:00 pm GMT -4
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    For some of you, this may be the most wonderful time of year. September seems full of promise as network and cable TV embark on the premieres their new fall lineup. New TV shows are ready to enter the rat race of becoming the next pop culture phenomenon. While every new show may not survive, […]

  • Bridal Shop Uses Embalmed Corpse As Mannequin

    Posted Sunday, September 14th, 2014 02:00 pm GMT -4
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    If you find yourself wandering the streets of Chihuahua, Mexico, be sure to stroll by a bridal shop known as La Popular. The shop is quite historic, as it’s been around for decades. However, what draws people isn’t necessarily the purchase of a flowing white gown for their wedding day. According to local legend, a […]

  • Throwback Thursday: ‘Fright Night’ (1985)

    Posted Thursday, September 11th, 2014 02:27 pm GMT -4
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    As the nation’s pupils head back to school, many of us recognize that Halloween is right around the corner. As we indulge in our favorite horror films this time of year, let’s take a look at the 1985  feature, ‘Fright Night’ as today’s Throwback Thursday, a column where ScienceFiction.com looks at sci-fi from the past. […]

  • Unedited Footage, Photos Emerge Online of ‘Star Wars’ Mos Eisley Cantina Scene

    Posted Monday, September 1st, 2014 09:00 pm GMT -4
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    The ‘Star Wars’  Mos Eisley cantina scene serves as a defining moment when one realizes they want to one day be exactly like Han Solo. Watching it years later, one realizes, of course, that they actually have a bigger affinity toward Chewbacca. No matter what the cantina scene meant to you or the countless storytellers […]

  • Throwback Thursday: ‘Beyond the Time Barrier’ (1960)

    Posted Thursday, August 28th, 2014 02:00 pm GMT -4
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    Many of us speculate what happens when you travel through a wormhole. By essentially awarding us with a sense of escape from the confines of Euclidean space, wormholes provide us with an opportunity to enter the unimaginable, to a far off time and point in space that hopefully includes exotic humanoid babes, if that’s your […]

  • Check Out Concept Art From An Alien Race Cut From ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’

    Posted Saturday, August 23rd, 2014 03:00 pm GMT -4
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    As we all eagerly speculate who Peter Quill’s father is in ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ (and as I await a video of Groot pouring a bucket of ice water on his head), take a moment to check out some concept art of an alien species that didn’t make it to the movie. ‘Guardians’ was initially […]

  • Check Out This 1986 Press Kit Featurette From ‘Aliens’

    Posted Wednesday, August 20th, 2014 10:30 am GMT -4
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    With ‘Alien: Isolation’ coming this fall and the announcement that most of the original ‘Alien’ cast will be reprising their roles for the game, the character of Ellen Ripley is certainly on the minds of many. (I can certainly relate. I found a cricket in my bathroom two weeks ago and the scenario pretty much […]

  • ‘Sesame Street’ Spoofs Comic-Cons

    Posted Tuesday, August 19th, 2014 11:00 am GMT -4
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    There’s a ton of pop culture references in ‘Sesame Street’ and now the venerable kids show is celebrating another pop culture phenomenon: Comic-Cons! Comic lovers from all over the world gather at Comic-Cons and the same seems to be true for the gang on Sesame Street as they attend Numericon, a convention for fans of […]

  • Trouble Looms For The Eaton Collection, The World’s Largest Science Fiction Library

    Posted Monday, August 18th, 2014 02:00 pm GMT -4
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    Since its formation in 1969, the Eaton Collection has been known as being one of the world’s largest libraries containing works of science fiction, fantasy, and horror. Housed at the University of California, Riverside, the Eaton Collection grew from the personal book collection of physician Dr J. Lloyd Eaton into a science fiction library with […]

  • Throwback Thursday: ‘Silent Running’ (1972)

    Posted Thursday, August 14th, 2014 05:01 pm GMT -4
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    Before he became known for playing cantankerous men, Bruce Dern was sent to outer space to play botanist and ecologist Freeman Lowell in the 1972 environmental science fiction film, ‘Silent Running.’ To be fair, the character of Lowell does have some cantankerous qualities but his hope for the universe to embrace nature once again supersedes […]

  • NASA Engineer Designs Robot That Can Juggle Cars

    Posted Sunday, August 10th, 2014 09:00 pm GMT -4
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    If there’s one thing we as a society could use more of, it’s car-juggling robots. Yes, you heard me. Just think of all the cars out there, parked or driving on the road, without the opportunity to be juggled by a giant robot. Former NASA engineer Dan Granett has heard our prayers. The hydraulics expert […]

  • South Korean Company Uses Actual Exo-Suits

    Posted Sunday, August 10th, 2014 11:00 am GMT -4
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    Exo-suits have aided many of our favorite science fiction characters in a variety of situations, heroically worn by major super stars from Sigourney Weaver to Tom Cruise. (Ah, does anyone recall the early summer blockbuster ‘Edge of Tomorrow’ or are we all too enamored with ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ right now? RIP June 2014.) Aside […]

  • Check Out Some Concept Art From A Scrapped 2001 ‘BSG’ Series

    Posted Thursday, August 7th, 2014 04:00 pm GMT -4
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    Some pretty awesome concept art from an undeveloped 2001 ‘Battlestar Galactica’ series has surfaced online. These designs were crafted by production designer Guy Hendrix Dyas, who received an Academy Award nomination in 2011 for Best Achievement in Art Direction for ‘Inception.’ Back in 2001, Bryan Singer was set to direct a ‘Battlestar Galactica’ series for […]

  • AP To Employ Robot Reporters

    Posted Sunday, August 3rd, 2014 07:00 pm GMT -4
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    Consider this your warning: What you’re reading right now may have been written by a robot. Forget the days of idealistic and headstrong journalists, keen on becoming renowned in their field by penning Pulitzer Prize-winning articles. (Yes, I assume every journalist resembles Lois Lane.) Like many other industries, robots will soon be taking the place […]