Ridley Scott

Interview – Veronica Cartwright

In film and television sixty years, British-born American Actress Veronica Cartwright has built an impressive, award-winning career. Starring in the iconic 1979 film Alien, as Joan Lambert, she also lit up screens in 1978 with Invasion of the Body Snatchers, 1983’s The Right Stuff, earned ... Read More

Memory: The Origin of Alien (Documentary Review)

The Alien franchise will be turning 40-years-old soon, and it has had a lot of ups and downs. There was 2012’s Prometheus which answered questions that were probably better left as mysteries, the 2013 video game Aliens: Colonial Marines which slung disappointment in its wake, and ... Read More

The Terror (Season One Review)

The H.M.S Erebus and H.M.S Terror were actual British Royal Navy Hecla-class warships that were not only the most technologically advanced of their time – being the first Royal Navy ships to have steam-powered engines and screw propellers – but they were also equipped with ... Read More

Alien: Covenant (Movie Review)

The Alien franchise has been on a rough ride for far longer than it has enjoyed critical and commercial praise at this point. After 1986’s Aliens, things went downhill fast and only have some semblance of purpose since original Director Ridley Scott (Blade Runner 1982, ... Read More