Beyond The Black Rainbow is true 80’s horror

Originally I had intended to watch this movie at a local art house theater, but I saw that it was available on Amazon on Demand, so I decided to enjoy the movie in bed with my wife, dog and laptop. What you notice immediately about Beyond The Black Rainbow is that it draws heavily uponContinue reading “Beyond The Black Rainbow is true 80’s horror”

Enter the world of CUBE, Where Math *can* Save Your Life

Enter the cube.  26 rooms across.  26 rooms high.  17,576 rooms in total and, as a group of five strangers are about to learn, no apparent way out.  Plucked from their daily lives for no rhyme or reason and thrust into the cube, a group of seemingly random people must work together to survive. ReleasedContinue reading “Enter the world of CUBE, Where Math *can* Save Your Life”

Prepare Your Tinfoil Hat, Here Comes The Signal

The day before New Year’s Eve, the residents of Terminus concern themselves will the day-to-day.  Some of them are preparing to throw end of the year parties.  Others, find themselves embroiled in extramarital affairs.  As all telecommunication devices begin to transmit the same, enigmatic signal – watch here, if you dare – its effects seemContinue reading “Prepare Your Tinfoil Hat, Here Comes The Signal”

Is Alien Ridley Scott’s Masterpiece?

When a Weyland/Yutani towing vessel receives an order to investigate a signal of unknown origin on a nearby planet, the crew of the Nostromo are wakened from hypersleep.  Touching down on the planet from which the signal appears to originate, a search party comes into contact with an alien lifeform, one of whom attaches itselfContinue reading “Is Alien Ridley Scott’s Masterpiece?”

Alfonso Cuarón’s Gravity May be Scientifically Inaccurate, but it Will Terrify You

When debris from a damaged satellite destroys the space shuttle, what’s left of the crew must fight for survival. Gravity is the 2013 film directed by Alfonso Cuarón starring Sandra Bullock as bio-medical engineer, Dr. Ryan Stone, and George Clooney as veteran astronaut Matt Kowalski. I feel most reviews of Alfonso Cuarón’s science fiction horror film Gravity should come with aContinue reading “Alfonso Cuarón’s Gravity May be Scientifically Inaccurate, but it Will Terrify You”

Enter the world of Oblivion

The year is 2077.  The Earth has been invaded, the moon destroyed.  What remains is a wasteland, nearly unfit for habitation, and a two-person clean up crew responsible for drone maintenance and security.  The human race has moved to Titan, one of Saturn’s moons.  The TET, a large high atmosphere structure, acts as a commandContinue reading “Enter the world of Oblivion”

Brace Yourself for G.I. Joe: Retaliation

When the G.I. Joes are framed for treason by a man posing as the POTUS, it’s up to Roadblock (Dwayne Johnson), Flint (D.J. Cotrona), Lady Jaye (Adrianne Palicki) and what remains of the crew to restore their good name while delivering some justice in the process. Directed by Jon M. Chu, G.I. Joe: Retaliation is the 2013 sequelContinue reading “Brace Yourself for G.I. Joe: Retaliation”

Second trailer for M. Knight Shyamalan’s “After Earth” starring Will and Jaden Smith Arrives in Epic fashion

Damn! I gotta say, M. Knight may just come back from the slump with this one. I was already impressed with the first trailer for this film, but this second one is brilliant. The story is all very well set up, plus it eludes to some things that they were gracious enough to leave outContinue reading “Second trailer for M. Knight Shyamalan’s “After Earth” starring Will and Jaden Smith Arrives in Epic fashion”

Dark Skies for Those Who Want to Believe

“Once you’ve been chosen, you belong to them”. Dark Skies, the new offering from director Scott Stewart (Legion, Priest), is not the film you’ve been led to believe.  And that, my friends, is a good thing, especially now that you’re in the know. You see, initially billed and marketed as a sci-fi horror film, there are someContinue reading “Dark Skies for Those Who Want to Believe”

Science fiction short R’ha pits aliens against robots and the result is absolutely beautiful!

Here’s another youthful talent with designs on film domination and if this short doesn’t get him a movie deal, I don’t know what will. 22 year old animator Kaleb Lechowski has a gem in his latest project R’ha, a story about a race of aliens whose technology has turned against them. One word…breathtaking! This catContinue reading “Science fiction short R’ha pits aliens against robots and the result is absolutely beautiful!”