Others have posted these already, of course, but as I continue to rationalize my disappointment with Star Trek Into Darkness and find myself less and less enthusiastic about either Guilliermo Del Toro's Pacific Rim or Zack Snyder's Man of Steel, I find myself far more keenly interested in other, far more interesting science fiction cinema coming this year, such as October's Gravity from Alfonso Cuaron, who did the genre quite proud with Children of Men.
It could work, though I'm still gritting my teeth at hearing sound in outer space.
I'm also intrigued by Europa Report, which apparently is taking The Blair Witch Project into outer space.
Derek Austin Johnson has lived most of his life in the Lone Star State. A member of the Turkey City Writer's Workshop, his work has appeared in The Horror Zine, Tell-Tale Press, Skull Fragments: A Skelos Sampler, Rick Klaw's Rayguns Over Texas!, Nova Express, Moving Pictures, Her Majesty's Secret Servant, and Revolution SF. His film column "Watching the Future" appeared each month at Hugo Award-winning SF Signal.
He lives in Central Texas.