Tag Archives: Sci-Fi
The Invisible Man Review
Like most of the country, hell, most of the world, I have been in some version of quarantine for over 100 days now. During this time, I’ve rekindled my love of some older hobbies, while letting others slowly fade into the background. Unfortunately, one of those hobbies was writing reviews for the films that I have enjoyed, and the ones that I’ve not liked so much, too. The last film that I had the pleasure of viewing in an actual [...]
Little Joe Review
We are living in a strange time. Like something out of a horror film, most of the world has been ordered to stay indoors and have as little contact with other humans as possible. While for most this means that they can no longer work, I have been fortunate enough to continue work as usual. Because of this, my time to watch and review films has not changed any. Still, I do want to find some time for myself to [...]
I’ve always felt that sci-fi and horror were a match made in heaven, er, hell. While the two genres used to be mixed together more commonly back in the golden era of the 80s, it feels as though we get don’t enough of it nowadays. Luckily there are some filmmakers who are still daring enough to meld the two together. Brad Sykes is one of those brave souls and he did so pretty effectively in his 2008 film, Plaguers. [...]
In a year that has given us a lot of great films, there are still plenty that I have missed out on. With only a few shorts weeks left in 2019, I am trying my hardest to fill in some of the gaps that I’ve left over the past 12 months. One film that came out of nowhere that I can now scratch off of this list is Adam B. Stein and Zach Lipovsky’s Freaks.
After seven [...]
The Dark Side of the Moon Review
I don’t get the chance often enough, but I enjoy watching sci-fi horror films quite a bit. Everyone knows that there is an upper epsilon of outer space horror flicks out there, but that isn’t to say there aren’t a whole slew of others that deserve everyone’s attention just as equally. One of those lesser-known ones that I am referring to is D. J. Webster’s The Dark Side of the Moon.
In the year 2022, a crew [...]
The Jurassic Dead Review
Not too long ago, it seemed that everyone and their mother was making a zombie flick. The sub-genre was extremely saturated and it didn’t take long to bore of it. Now, with a great deal of time having passed since my last dance with the un-dead, I figured it was a great time to check out one of the most original films I’ve ever encountered. I’m referring to Milko Davis and Thomas Martwick’s The Jurassic Dead.