Tag: Sci-Fi

Krypton: Season One Blu-ray Review

The Best Brainiac To Ever Hit The Screen In This Superman Prequel Series From screenwriter David S. Goyer (Man of Steel, The Dark Knight) and showrunner Cameron Welsh (Constantine) …

Jonathan Blu-ray Review

Two Minds Occupy The Same Body Bill Oliver’s introspective piece of imaginative sci-fi dwells on a curious condition for one man while eschewing special effects. Jonathan is about one …

Shortwave Review

Ex Machina Meets Event Horizon Director and writer Ryan Gregory Phillips makes a promising debut with Shortwave, an indie sci-fi thriller dripping with psychological tension and a handful of …

Babylon A.D. Review

The stories of the studio butchering Babylon A.D. are well publicized, and the finished film confirms them. While Europeans were given the full, uncut 160-minute version, the US is …

I, Robot Review

Will Smith should be covered. He’s been to the past (Ali), and alternate present day (Men in Black), went to a futuristic past (Wild Wild West), went into the …

The Final Countdown Review

Some time in 1980, the USS Nimitz experiences an electrical storm which sends it (and its crew) back to December 6th, 1941 just off the coast of Hawaii. Led …

Deja Vu Review

You can’t do a time travel story unless you’re willing to take the time to explain the rules clearly. In the fast paced sci-fi thriller, Déjà Vu, Tony Scott speeds …

Sunshine Review

Danny Boyle’s Sunshine nearly becomes one of the best “save the world from inevitable destruction” movies ever made. Its visuals are breathtaking, its story gripping, and the performances are …

Gattaca Review

Gattaca is the rare futuristic sci-fi movie that doesn’t over do it with flashy effects, locales, or flying cars. Instead, it’s a dramatic, thrilling ride that develops itself wonderfully …

Terminator 2 Review

Time travel is such a tough subject for movies. No matter how much you think through it, there’s a problem somewhere you didn’t consider and the film instantly loses …

The Terminator Review

Imagine this. You’ve just finished making Piranha 2, an abysmal sequel to the Roger Corman cult classic. You lay down one night soon after and you have a vision …