Tag Archives: Sci-Fi
God Told Me To Review
There are tons of horror films, especially from the 70’s and early 80’s, that are completely unknown to me. As much digging around and research that I do, great titles will always elude me. Thanks to some awesome studios and distributors like Blue Underground, I finally get to not only hear about some of these lost gems, but I also get to sit down and watch them, fully remastered in High Definition. The latest that I’ve added to my collection [...]
Generally, I loathe having to sit through films that are classified as “slow burn.” These days, it is hard enough for me to finish an ordinary 90 minute film without losing some sort of interest, but slow burns are even worse. There are, however, a select few that are actually worth the wait and end up being rather enjoyable. The newest film that I can add to that list is Honeymoon directed by Leigh Janiak.
Bea (Rose Leslie, Game of [...]
Alien: Isolation Video Game Review
Isolation is the latest in a long line of Alien based games that began with the Fox-produced Atari release in 1982. With every addition to the franchise cinematographically, there were follow-ups across many platforms including mobile devices. However, taking a look back at the majority of these releases, nothing remotely stands out as highly memorable. Last year, we experienced Colonial Marines, which was panned by critics as many of the other games have in the past, failing to capture [...]
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes Review
The first Apes film I ever saw was 2011’s James Franco-starrer, Rise of the Planet of the Apes. I was instantly a fan and this naturally made me curious to see what I had been missing all of these years; I couldn’t ignore the original franchise any longer. It wasn’t until about two years later, however, that I actually followed through with my plan. A new sequel was about to be released in theaters and Best Buy was having [...]
I usually like my sci-fi flicks to have good amounts of gore and to feature some creepy looking aliens or creatures. If it’s not taking place in an outerspace setting, then there has to be some sort of really neat looking machines or robots. Well, what about a movie that tries to combine the two ideas by presenting an ancient alien race of robots!? That’s exactly what we get with Robert Dyke’s 1989 science fiction outing, Moontrap.
Moontrap stars [...]
Roger and I have reviewed sci-fi films here and there, but I feel like they are always horror flicks infused with only a bit of science fiction; they are never purely sci-fi. I think I’ve finally found a film that can fall into that realm of all science, no horror. The film I am referring to is Gabe Ibanez’s stunningly beautiful Automata.
In a future version of the Earth, humans share their surroundings with robots they’ve created to help [...]
There are tons of movies that have slipped right by me over the years. I don’t even mean just in the horror genre either. If it weren’t for studios like Mill Creek Entertainment, I would have never had the opportunity to watch the 80’s sci-fi adventure film, Krull.
On the planet Krull, a young couple are to be wed and named the new king and queen, when an opposing force, the Black Fortress, and its Slayers interrupt the ceremony, [...]
The little obscure films of yesteryear really appeal to me, and I love finding “new” movies to occupy my time. About a week ago, I stumbled upon Troma’s YouTube page [Tromamovies] and watched the documentary Blood, Boobs and Beast. Honestly, I had little knowledge of filmmaker Don Dohler and his various fun films. After watching the documentary, I decided to seek out some of his work… and I didn’t have to search very hard.
Dohler’s film, Nightbeast, is [...]