Stage and screen actor Richard Hatch passed away in February 7, 20017. He may be best known, at least to people my age, as Captain Apollo from the original 1978 Battlestar Galactica. That's certainly how I was introduced to him. Say what you will about seventies … [Read more...] about Scifi fans mourn the passing of Richard Hatch
Despite some reservations, we decided to see Resident Evil: The final Chapter. I predicted that this final installment in the Resident Evil franchise would probably be a fun, action packed movie. Biscuits was not so optimistic. We both concluded that this movie couldn't possibly … [Read more...] about Resident Evil The Final Chapter
I was saddened to learn that the legendary actor John Hurt passed away a the age of 77. I'm not much of a eulogist. There's nothing I can write here that adequately describe how significant a loss Mr. Hurt's passing will be to the world of cinema. Hurt's career spanned some … [Read more...] about Legendary actor John Hurt passes away at 77
After making Father Biscuits watch Tusk, I am not allowed to pick the movies we watch for a month. Today though, we saw a movie I likely would have picked regardless. "Hidden Figures" is a movie that I firmly believe all who love science should see. I won't give a full … [Read more...] about Hidden Figures: The forgotten women of science
Don't you hate it when your boss calls … and you know the only reason he's calling is to assign you extra work? Scoot McNairy knows exactly how you feel in the 2010 Gareth Edwards film "Monsters". After seeing Rogue One and deciding that Gareth Edwards must obviously have some … [Read more...] about Gareth Edwards’ Monsters: Whitney Able isn’t afraid
I’ve never actually read Pierre Christin’s “Valérian and Laureline” comic. I was still excited for Valerian and the city of a thousand planets to arrive in theaters. That excitement wasn't enough to overcome the negative press that surrounded this movie. That shouldn't stop you … [Read more...] about Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Planets.
We love books. We’re cultured like that. It may not always seem like it, based on the amount of movies and shows we watch, but we do read. Unfortunately though, it’s much easier to finish a movie or two a night. However, this was not the case for me with The Mad Scientist’s … [Read more...] about The Mad Scientist’s Daughter
Even though Underworld: Blood Wars met all of our exceedingly low expectations, the latest installment isn’t a very good movie; even when measured against the low bar of previous Underworld films. This isn’t a full review and I highly doubt I’ll dedicate the time to do one … [Read more...] about Underworld: Blood Wars. I need a transfusion.