Daniel Espinosa’s Life is a curious movie, an anomaly, in fact. It’s probably one of the first movies I can recall enjoying while watching, yet really disliked when it ended. In my review I describe it as “C-Grade Movie with A-List Actors, Direction and Production Design” because that’s how it feels. Life takes a lot […]
If I can be honest for a moment: While the idea of a channel dedicated to science fiction is a great idea, SyFy is shockingly lame. For a start, what does ‘SyFy’ even mean (other than a uber-pretentious and dumb way of spelling ‘SciFi.’ that is)? But let’s for a moment look beyond the general […]
Those who do not remember the past are condemned to repeat it.
Something Wicked This Way Comes (1983) “By the pricking of my thumb, something wicked this way comes.” –Macbeth A few hours ago I was re-linking my movies in iTunes (for some reason iTunes linkages break sometime, though I have suspicions why it happens) when I noticed Jack Clayton’s movie of Ray Bradbury’s Something Wicked This Way […]
A lot of critics attack Disney’s 1979 sci-fi blockbuster The Black Hole on the basis of science. And while one level that’s understandable, it’s not terribly fair. For instance one critic called foul on the black hole being visible. And while it’s true that according to science they cannot be seen–you don’t see the black […]
Some may consider the image circled in red as ‘stealing’ – it’s the front section of an Eagle transporter, from Gerry Anderson’s “Space: 1999″ – which from a certain perspective is understandable. Though, if you look even closer, there’s innovation involved. When you’re working with a limited budget, sometimes necessity is the mother of invention. […]
In honor of the release of Tron: Legacy on DVD April 5th I’ve decided to answer a question on the minds of many sci-fi fans, which is: Will there be a sequel to Tron: Legacy–itself the sequel to Tron, a film released 28 years ago. I think that there definitely will be, and if I […]