Review – A.X.L

A.X.L is not a good movie, but it’s one of the best movies about a man-like person and his robotic dog that I have seen in awhile. That being said, I can only recall only one other movie that featured a robotic canine and that’s Battlestar Galactica (1977). A.X.L isn’t either that good or that […]

The Ugly Side Of Fandom

If you’ve seen videos of cosplay or the various ‘Cons’ the first thing you notice is that they feature all sorts of quirky, colorful (and often brilliant) costumes, which is why it’s understandable if you thought that that was what comic geek culture was all about (besides costumes and the–virtual–worship of certain movies and comic characters). […]

Prelude To Axanar

I don’t traditionally like to link to full movies but Prelude To Axanar is something special, and this is coming from someone who isn’t a huge fan of the Star Trek universe (as far as the televised series’ are concerned,  I prefer Star Trek: Deep Space Nine most because Capt. Benjamin Sisko (Avery Brooks) wasn’t above engaging […]

‘Helix’ Trailer

SyFy (which made a lot more sense when it was called ‘Sci-Fi’) feels like a network run by schizophrenics.  On one hand you have Asylum features like “Sharknado” and “Atlantic Rim,” movies with bad acting, schlocky premises and very unspecial special effects.  On the other you have series like the remarkable reboot of “Battlestar Galactica.” […]

‘Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome’ Airing!

The original “Battlestar Galactica” was created by Glen Larson in 1979 and began life, essentially, as a knock-off of “Star Wars.” Despite that fact, the original series has always held a fond place in my heart because, while it started from somewhat humble origins, it began very quickly began to diverge from its source, becoming it’s own […]