Sundance, Here We Come!

For those of you that have only been following my blog for a few months, you may not be aware that I actually started this endeavour in order to promote … Continue reading Sundance, Here We Come!

Review: Blade Runner 2049 (2017) – Where The F**K Did Three Hours Of My Life Go?

Controversial opinion time! (as if there’s any other on the internet!) While it may go against general consensus, I don’t believe the original 1982 Blade Runner is a particularly good … Continue reading Review: Blade Runner 2049 (2017) – Where The F**K Did Three Hours Of My Life Go?

Review: Beyond Skyline (2017) – The Empire Strikes Back Of Sequels

While it’s true I deeply adore science-fiction in any form, even I have my limits. And watching the sequel to 2010’s Skyline wouldn’t just be stepping over those limits, as … Continue reading Review: Beyond Skyline (2017) – The Empire Strikes Back Of Sequels

Review: Rememory (2017) – A Deep Dark Dive Inside Peter Dinklage (And His Memories)

The thing about the main players in the Game of Thrones cohort is that, because of the time they need to dedicate to filming the popular fantasy series, they aren’t … Continue reading Review: Rememory (2017) – A Deep Dark Dive Inside Peter Dinklage (And His Memories)

Review: Naked (2017) – Yep, It’s Pretty Much Groundhog Day With Black People

I was sort of in two minds when trying to decide whether this film was worth a watch. On the one hand, I love sci-fi. Any film about a guy … Continue reading Review: Naked (2017) – Yep, It’s Pretty Much Groundhog Day With Black People

Review: What Happened to Monday? (2017) – A Netflix Sci-fi Original Film

I sort of feel that What Happened to Monday (WHtM) has had the odds stacked against it from the very beginning. As it’s a film primarily about one actress playing … Continue reading Review: What Happened to Monday? (2017) – A Netflix Sci-fi Original Film

Review: Is Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Planets as Unwieldy as its Title Suggests?

While Marvel and DC rule the roost in the United States, that same kind of comic domination isn’t quite as prevalent in other parts of the world. I myself grew … Continue reading Review: Is Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Planets as Unwieldy as its Title Suggests?

A Visit To The Sixth Annual British Animation Film Festival

Being that I’m in the middle of post-production for my own short film, I’ve recently gained a new sense of appreciation as to how difficult actually finishing a film can … Continue reading A Visit To The Sixth Annual British Animation Film Festival

Review: Boy, Have We Got Another Vacation For You! – A Look Back At Futureworld (1976)

Click here for my original review for 1973’s Westworld It’s easy to assume that the popular 2016 TV Series, Westworld, was the first spinoff piece of media inspired by the Michael … Continue reading Review: Boy, Have We Got Another Vacation For You! – A Look Back At Futureworld (1976)

Who Could Be The New Director For The Han Solo Star Wars Spin-off?

Well that was rather unexpected! First broken by The Hollywood Reporter it seems that the original directors of the Han Solo movie, Phil Lord and Chris Miller, have decided to … Continue reading Who Could Be The New Director For The Han Solo Star Wars Spin-off?

Review: Is Colossal Finally the Good Godzilla Movie We’ve All Been Waiting For?

Typical! You wait years for a monster movie starring an Oscar winner and three come along at once! But unlike The Mummy and Kong: Skull Island, Colossal seems be from … Continue reading Review: Is Colossal Finally the Good Godzilla Movie We’ve All Been Waiting For?

What Aspects of the Alien Life-Cycle and History Does Ridley Scott Still Consider Canon?

[SPOILERS FOR ALIEN: COVENANT, ALIEN, ALIENS AND PROMETHEUS] Over the past nearly four decades, Sir Ridley Scott hasn’t given many opinions on how he perceives the various sequels to his … Continue reading What Aspects of the Alien Life-Cycle and History Does Ridley Scott Still Consider Canon?