Syfy Grounds The Nightflyer

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Syfy has cancelled Nightflyers, the sci-fi series based on the George R.R. Martin (Wild Cards, A Game of Thrones) novella after one season While this is mildly disheartening, having seen the first two episodes I don’t think it’s a huge loss in that the series–at least visually–owed too much of […]

Spectre – Teaser Trailer

I didn’t particularly care for Quantum of Solace–which despite potentially being one of the worse titles ever is of particular interest due to the plot revolving around controlling access to water, which will probably be seen particularly relevant as corporate interests continue their effort to privatize water sources–and barely recall Casino Royale though Skyfall really got […]

Poltergeist (2015) – Trailer 1

Speak of the Devil, and he’ll come (or something to that effect) because the new Poltergeist trailer has dropped, and it’s a whole bunch of “Meh.” There’s a workman-like sheen to things, which may owe more to Paranormal Activity than the original movie, but if the trailer has shown me anything, it’s how unnecessary a remake it is. […]

‘The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey’ Review

“The Journey May Be Unexpected, But Beautiful Vistas, Interesting Challenges, And Humor In The Oddest Of Places Make The Journey More Than Worthwhile.” A few hours ago I got back from seeing Peter Jackson’s “The Hobbit” An Unexpected Journey” at 48 fps (frames per second) and 3D, and I have to say that the faster […]

‘Skyfall’ Review

` I am not a huge fan of Daniel Craig’s James Bond—I prefer Pierce Brosnan and Timothy Dalton—though with “Skyfall” not only will he gain busloads of fans but those that count themselves among the true believers will be ecstatic. I have always had an on-off relationship with James Bond.  The Sean Connery Bond films were […]