Gemini Man is one of those films that causes a stir; not because anyone is interested in the plot, but because of its varied formats. There are many different ways to experience this film (if you can find the right cinema), whether it’s in 3D, in 120 [...]
The critical consensus following the release of Ad Astra is fascinating. Amusingly it's the mirror image of the reaction that shared release day film Rambo: Last Blood received. Whereas that flick was a bloody, crowd pleasing grindhouse action romp that [...]
Following the immense success of Ridley Scott's original Alien (1979) film both in the box office and critically, 20th Century Fox was ready to franchise their newly acquired high concept horror series.
Horror stories about the ocean are something of a cultural universal in actuality. Every civilization throughout history has tales of terrifying monstrosities lurking in the great unknown of the earth’s seas, and such dread spawned from its being such a [...]
In the future, humanity has gone extinct, leaving a lone robot to raise a girl in an underground “repopulation facility”. An interesting concept, but how does this anticipated sci-fi measure up to others in the genre?
Alien works ultimately because it can’t help but call out to that hope even in the pitch black of space and in the horrific face of death. It is that hope that wins out, because Alien not only calls, but screams for it.
Following the immense success of 2014's Godzilla reboot, the original creators of Godzilla at Toho decided to reawaken their studio and bring back the classic king of the monsters in a brand new monster film from the writer/director of Neon Genesis Evangelion.
Distributor: Universal PicturesDirector: Terry GilliamWriter: Terry Gilliam, Tom Stoppard, and Charles McKeown Composer: Michael KamonStarring: Jonathon Pryce, Robert De Niro, Katherine Helmond, Ian Holm, Bob Hoskins, Michael Palin Genre: Science [...]