Tales from the Apocalypse (Movie Review)

Uncork’d Entertainment has compared their newly released Sci-Fi anthology Tales from the Apocalypse to 1982’s Creepshow which is arguably the best example of a compilation movie. It is big praise, though off the bat it is more comparable to Uncork’d Entertainment’s earlier release 5 Galaxies in ... Read More

Chaos Walking (Movie Review)

Daisy Ridley and Tom Holland star in the inter-planetary Sci-Fi event Chaos Walking, which arrives in theatres and IMAX on Friday, March 5, 2021 thanks to Lionsgate. Based on the 2008 best-selling young adult novel The Knife of Never Letting Go, the first in the ... Read More

Breach (Movie Review)

Let’s face it: When you think Bruce Willis starring in a Sci-Fi flick, your brain is going to logically travel through space to the 1997 cult classic The Fifth Element. But, fair warning, the new Sci-Fi offering Breach is not a technicolor multipass. Saban Films ... Read More

Elvis From Outer Space (Movie Review)

In 1977, people could hardly believe that Elvis Presley had died. Some people today still cannot believe it and think he is living as an old man somewhere, likely next door to Lord Lucan and Glenn Miller. Or he is saving humanity from ancient Egyptian ... Read More

Blood Machines (Movie Review)

Anyone wondering how it feels to have the mind blown from seeing something extraordinary will take great pleasure feasting a pair of peepers on Blood Machines, a 50-minute movie presented in three chapters. A Shudder Original Experience, it is cosmic blast of super-fantastic imagery, super-cool ... Read More

Invasion Planet Earth (Movie Review)

Remember Boyhood? The 2014 film by Richard Linklater that had people going on about how it took 12 years to shoot? How about one that has (technically) been in production for nearly 20 years? Simon Cox (Hanging Out With 9 Dead Gay Guys 2004) started ... Read More