A smart take on a familiar sci-fi premise, Invisible Man vs The Human Fly engages with multiple social issues to fill its story.
Sci-Fi Blu-Ray Reviews
Sought after as an early example of Japanese tokusatsu films, Invisible Man Appears is interesting only for its moves to outwit censors.
Bruce Willis fights gooey alien zombies in space, but Breach is part of the no-budget end to Willis' action career with no redeeming qualities.
Better than its reputation, War of the Colossal Beast finds an interesting, engaging story angle to separate itself from others of this type.
While lacking in story or character depth, DeepStar Six nicely mixes the underwater disaster and creature feature genre.
Environmentalism enters space in Silent Running, a film never shy about its point of view or its theme's importance.
A clean, speedy, and concise story helps Ultraman R/B stand out for more than its wild (even creative) action set pieces.
Finding new life in this seventh Tremors entry, Shrieker Island provides needed characterization between frequent action.
Thrown into a pile of King Kong rip-offs, Yeti still finds its own bizarre identity, mixing pure camp and straight drama.
As pure an '80s adolescent fantasy as anything else during the decade, The Last Starfighter is a clever, wild spectacle.
Of historical interest, Warning from Space offers a few moments worth seeing, but it's mostly a slow, sluggish sci-fi drama.
Dated and not the forward-thinking parable it intended to be, Planet Earth comes across as high camp when viewed today.