Review – I Am Mother (2019)

Grant Sputore’s I Am Mother is a pretty interesting entry into the world of Dystopian science-fiction, which typically depicts a world that has been devastated by the neglect of humans. It sort of stumbles in the third act–which doesn’t quite make sense based on everything that’s come before–but it still remains watchable. What’s particularly noteworthy […]

Review – The Perfection (2018)

Richard Shepard’s The Perfection is a damn good horror movie. As I mention in my review, it’s production designed to the nines. You can tell there’s some serious money being spend on this movie but it’s oddly not ostentatiously so in that it doesn’t feel like the producers a gathering a massive pile of greenbacks […]

Review – Alien: Harvest | Episode 6

Alien: Harvest is the sixth 40th Anniversary Alien short and it’s a bit of a mixed bag. Visually, it’s likely the strongest of the series and reminds me more of Tony Scott than Ridley Scott. The place where it falls apart is toward the end where it plays less like a cohesive narrative than a […]

Trailer Into Reaction: Gemini Man (2019) | Official Trailer

Ang Lee’s Gemini Man is, on the face of it, problematic. First off, on the face of it the plot of the movie seems AWFULLY similar plot-wise to 2012’s Looper. But that’s likely just a coincidence. After all, there’s relatively little that’s new under the sun. Though what’s potentially an bigger issue is that the […]

Hellboy’s Hellish Production

Movie directing is typically depicted as glamorous work, despite the issues Neil Marshall may have encountered during the production of the Hellboy reboot. Though Hollywood is rife with stories about what happens when relations between directors and studios (or casts) don’t quite go as planned. For instance, Stanley Donen originally only intended to produce 1999’s […]