REview – Another Life (2019)

Aaron Martin’s Another Life isn’t particularly good–it’s pretty ludicrous, in fact–but it is damn entertaining. And much of that is due to Katee Sackhoff, who’s just remarkable. She brings an intensity, a vitality to everything that she does that just by her being there she elevates everything around her. And you might be familiar with […]

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 […]

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 […]

Black Mirror: Bandersnatch – Review

I like to reward innovation whenever I can, and it goes without saying that sometimes when you take a chance things don’t always work out as planned. Then again, it takes cojones to do something seemingly counterintuitive yet believe in it enough to see it through (that doesn’t apply to the DCEU under Zach Snyder […]

Bumblebee – Review

Most of the Transformers movies are drek (the first gets a pass because it was new and as viewers we had no idea what to expect) and how they went on to be the successes they ended up being–prior to the franchise running out of steam in it’s later chapters–is virtually beyond comprehension. I blame […]