Tag Archive: sci-fi

The Cornetto Trilogy: Blood, Ice Cream, and Subjugation

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Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg first started working together in 1996 on a British sketch comedy show called,¬†Asylum. They would go on to make the British sitcom,¬†Spaced, along with their newest buddy, Nick… Continue reading

Top 10 Sci-Fi Movie Badasses

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Let me just start by saying I cannot fucking believe that Vin Diesel got to make another flick about Riddick. Not that I don’t want to see it or not want him to… Continue reading

Movie Review: ‘After Earth’

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It is hard to ignore the very on the surface subtext with After Earth, it is a film about Scientology and that is not something you’ll see advertised. This is something that might… Continue reading

Don’t Screw These Adaptations Up!

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Right, Given how utterly risk averse the big studios have become in recent years the number of literary titles that have been adapted into one form or another. By and large though the… Continue reading

‘Aliens’ vs ‘The Thing’: Cinematic Showdown

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Alien movies can be used in many different ways. Independence Day is an example of alien invasions being used for big budget action spectacles, District 9 and Alien Nation went for social commentary,… Continue reading