In this week’s viewing: Odd Taxi has a confession, Shadows House has an infodump, and more!
In a future world, restrictions on families create tension between lovers.
Continuing his look at old genre movies, Steve travels back to 1957 and looks at a movie often touted by Famous Monsters of Filmland. Is it good? Hey, it’s better than many black-and-white monster films!
In this week’s viewing: Shadows House reveals its big secret, ODDTAXI finally explains its title, and more!
In a near future, a lonely man is addicted to a product called Best Friend which offers him perfect virtual friends.
On a back street, a scrap monster makes a sudden lunge at a man. A pink-haired girl helps him, and their future is down to whether he remembers her.
George works at a convenience store, desperately hoping for a friend. But George is a robotic service unit, and robotic service units do not have friends. Not yet, anyway.
Steve finds a fun parody (semi-genre) movie from 1989, the Cannibal Women in the Avocado Jungle of Death. He enjoyed it!
In this week’s viewing: It’s a very bad week to discover you have a parent involved in criminal activity.
La ciencia ficción, un nuevo horizonte para Tarkovski Un 13 de mayo de 1972 fue estrenada en el Festival de Cannes el filme de ciencia ficción de Andrei Tarkovski, Solaris. En dicho evento la película obtuvo el Gran Premio del Jurado, además del Premio FIPRESCI –galardón de la Federación Internacional de la Prensa Cinematográfica–, distinciones […]
In this week’s viewing: Mars Red has a date with history, Megalobox contemplates time lost, and more!
Steve’s watched the first four episodes of a new superhero series from Netflix. Is it well done? Did he like it (so far)? Read the column and find out!
Plan 9 from Outer Space may not be the worst movie ever made, but TCM’s table read with Dana Gould and Janet Varney elevates it to new depths. Source: How TCM Resurrects Plan 9 from Outer Space for Ghoulish Table Read | Den of Geek
Outland, the 1981 Sean Connery sci-fi thriller reboot of High Noon, is the rare remake that succeeds by departing from the original. Just ignore the exploding heads. Source: Why Sean Connery’s Outland Is a Perfect Remake
We are currently on pins and needles, awaiting David Tennant as Phileas Fogg in the forthcoming Around the World in 80 Days TV series, an ad Source: David Tennant to Lend His Voice to ‘The Amazing Maurice’ Animated Movie | Anglophenia | BBC America
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In this week’s viewing: Odd Taxi forms more connections, Mars Red explains what certain people are really up to, and more!
Steve reviews a “sci-fi” movie from 2018, which cribs… er, steals… er, is loosely based on Herman Melville’s “Moby-Dick.”
In this week’s viewing: ODDTAXI adds more threads to its tangled web, Shadows House reveals more of its workings, and more!
On a lazy Saturday morning, a young couple discusses their future, as one inexplicably tells the other that this is the moment that leads to their breakup.
Two anxious space couriers have to deliver an ominous package to an unfamiliar planet with unexpected results.
In a wild an inhabited desert, a team of rangers is in charge of rescuing people who got lost there.
This week, Steve reviews a book by D.G. Valdron about the cult SF series LEXX, from the late 1990s. He says both book and series are well worth a fan’s attention.
Crowdfunding appeals and a roundup of the past week’s posts.
In this week’s viewing: One more preview, some second looks, and a lineup for the rest of the season!
AI’s may not interpret things the way humans do.
A science video, a shrink ray and an ant problem, and these ants don’t speak Chinese.
If you’re a fan of Chinese action movies and Milla Jovovich, this movie sounds like a good bet… but it’s not. Only for the Jovovich completist. And maybe not then.
In this week’s viewing: Lots more spring premieres, and there are officially too many good things to watch this season.