Alien Covenant, featuring Katherine Waterston and Michael Fassbender

Alien Covenant was such a disappointment. I’m not sure Ridley Scott actually wants to make a successful Alien movie. He should have allowed Neill Blomkamp to make a sequel to the 1986 James Cameron film “Aliens”. As much as I love the Alien film franchise, Alien Covenant couldn’t even get me to the theater. The … Read more

What Happened to Monday, featuring Noomi Rapace

Noomi Rapace stars in “What Happened To Monday”, a Netflix original movie set in a dystopian future where over-population threatens the continued existence of the human race. The effects of global over-population push the human race to the brink of starvation. Western civilization has collapsed but Britain soldiers on. In a final attempt to save … Read more

Kill Command, featuring Vanessa Kirby

Kill Command is a 2016 sci-fi/action movie set in a not-so-distant future, in which a squad of soldiers face off against autonomous war machines. Their routine training-mission goes awry when a tech industry’s latest battle platform becomes self-aware. Kill Command raises questions about Autonomous warfare. In the film, Harbinger Robotics is a giant industrial technology … Read more

Children of Men, featuring Clive Owen and Julianne Moore

Clive Owen in Children Of Men (2006 Movie), based on a novel by P. D. James and set during the year 2027, in a quasi-apocalyptic world where the human race has become infertile. It has been over eighteen years since the last baby was born. Without hope for the future the world has fallen into … Read more

Monsters, featuring Whitney Able and Scoot McNairy

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 have some idea about what hes doing; Biscuits … Read more

Underworld: Blood Wars, with Kate Beckinsale

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 properly. But It’s worth a few moments to … Read more

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, featuring Felicity Jones and Diego Luna

We have finally, just now gotten around to seeing Rogue One: A Star Wars story. I know it seems like the kind of thing we would rush to the theaters to see on the preview night, But it’s the holiday season and I’m not getting paid to do these smarmy reviews so… better late than … Read more

Interstellar, featuring Matthew McConaughey

Interstellar received a lot of praise from both critics and scientists. Seldom do I find a movie of such critical acclaim to be “Awesomely Bad”. Then again, I do like to be contrary. I didn’t realize how laughable Interstellar was the first time I watched it. I suppose I was just taken by the sheer … Read more

Event Horizon featuring Laurence Fishburne

How bad can Event Horizon really be? For that matter, how can any movie starring Laurence Fishburne (The Matrix) and Sam Neill (Jurassic Park) possibly go wrong? In this 1997 sci-fi cult classic, an experimental space vessel takes a wrong turn at the planet Neptune and takes an inter-dimensional trip … to Hell! Captain Miller … Read more

Riddick, featuring Vin Diesel.

Riddick is a critically bad but surprisingly entertaining movie. This chapter shrugs off some of the absurd concepts from the previous film and reconnects to the Pitch Black roots of Vin Diesel’s anti-hero. Riddick begins shortly after the events of ‘Chronicles’ and finds the titular character unsatisfied with new his role as Lord-Marshall of the … Read more