Grounded in the gritty landscape of seventies' cinema, Invasion of the Body Snatchers never lets up from its opening scenes.
Europa Report is mesmerized by science. On a 21 month mission to Jupiter’s icy moon, the five person crew aboard a research vessel bond over their excitement to find life. Cinematic happenings say things must go wr...
After Earth makes a critical misalignment of priorities.
The '60s had a hopeful optimism about the power of science to solve problems and this movie surely reinforces that notion.
Pacific Rim is unapologetic for its cinema conquering nonsense.
The Fly is humanized '50s sci-fi at its pinnacle.
Into Darkness is aggressive and brash, yet hosted by a commendable recreation of Captain Kirk whose engaging attitude mimics overall reboot/sequel intensity.
Stranded becomes infected with a splatter bug, punishing with gore over scares.
Blob happened because society said it had to, whether anyone realized the situation or not.
Maybe Earth is better off without us, so long as it has Morgan Freeman.
America's ill-fitted interpretation is a clumsy oaf who damages scenic New York vistas out of sheer accident.
For all of its remarkably idiotic plot devices, Spiders has quite the raucous finish, stupidly energetic as it delivers the one thing anyone expects from a movie like this.