Tag Archives: Sci-Fi
The Cloverfield Paradox Review
I am not a football fan whatsoever. I use the Superbowl as a way to get together with family and/or friends who I don’t get to see too often, eat some good food, and have a good time. With that said, the only thing I ever really remember about the big game is a handful of worthy commercials. One commercial from last year’s event that sticks out most clearly is the announcement/trailer for Julius Onah’s The Cloverfield Paradox.
Full Moon Features has always been a guilty pleasure of mine. Whenever I need a break from all of the serious, head-scratching flicks out there, I know I can always rely on Charles Band and his extensive film catalog to give me one hell of a time. Today’s fun came from the 1987 David DeCoteau film, Creepozoids.
It’s been six years since the war started. A group of surviving soldiers takes refuge from an acid rain storm [...]
The Predator Review
Happy New Year to all of you sick and depraved horror nuts out there! Here’s to hoping that 2019 is full of good health, happiness, and tons of horror and sci-fi goodness! There are still a ton of flicks that I need to cross off of my 2018 watch list, so let’s start the new year off with another from the past few months, Shane Black’s The Predator.
An alien ship has landed on Earth once again. [...]
Bird Box Review
I tend to steer clear of the films that make the most noise, the films that everyone claims are “the best I’ve ever seen.” More often than not, I am sorely disappointed. Disappointed that the films most certainly do not live up to the hype, and, more strongly, disappointed in the gross exaggeration of the people making those types of declarations. Alas, I am only human, and I can only drown out the masses for so long. I had to [...]
Dead Night Review
Years ago, I was able to crank out review after review, on almost a daily basis. Lately, it’s become extremely hard to find the time to do so, naturally causing movies to pile up on my shelf. When I do find a spare hour or two, I’ll grab whichever one from the pile looks the most interesting, usually based on cover art alone. Fortunately for me, Brad Baruh’s Dead Night was one hell of a movie to pick at random! [...]
The seasons are changing and along with it the days are getting shorter, the temperature is dropping significantly, and the leaves are changing colors, ready to fall at any given second. These are all normal occurrences during this time of year, but perhaps this is all the beginning of something much more serious… Oh, nevermind, it only feels like that because it is the second week in a row that I’ve watched a film which takes place in a post-apocalyptic [...]