Tag Archives: Sci-Fi
Slave Girls from Beyond Infinity Review
Believe it or not, I didn’t see my first Full Moon Features film until just a few years ago. Since then, I’ve watched as many entries in the company’s filmography as I can get my hands on. The latest to scratch off my list is Ken Dixon’s Slave Girls from Beyond Infinity.
After a narrow escape, Daria and Tisa crash land on a strange planet. They are greeted and welcomed by a charming host, Zed, and his [...]
Nemesis 2: Nebula Review
After my recent foray into the cinematic world of filmmaker Albert Pyun, I knew I had to get my hands on more. Luckily for me, it didn’t take too long for me to acquire a newly remastered copy of Nemesis 2: Nebula.
More than 70 years after LAPD officer Alex Rain failed to stop renegade cyborgs, humans have become enslaved. Scientists have developed a new DNA strain that can help in ending the Cyborg Wars for good [...]
While horror will always be my favorite, there are plenty of other genres that I actually enjoy, others that are just as fun. When done right, some of the most fun can be had with a clever combination of action and sci-fi. That is exactly what we get with Albert Pyun’s Nemesis.
Troubled officer, Alex, is caught in the middle an ongoing struggle of power between systems cowboys, bio enhanced gangsters, and cyborg outlaws, when he is [...]
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. [...]