The mixed bag of this year’s entries range from “excellent” to “horrible” and every shade in-between.
Mike Cahill’s pretentious “Is this world a simulation?” sci-fi drama wants to be everything, so it becomes nothing.
A Christmas screen-hop features Black Power, White romance, and Sci-Fi. Guess which one I loved?
QDT use Bradbury’s own theatrical adaptation for a show that’s great to look at, but never quite becomes an inferno.
My first Rapid Descent show is a tale of time travel gone awry that keeps bumping its head against its budgetary ceiling.
2018’s holiday haul included a sweet Spidey spin-off, a great non-Rocky sequel, and a Bay-free bot-flick.
Shane Black making a new ‘Predator’ film SHOULD be amazing, but it settles for being (barely) above average.
Mac Rogers reimagines Karel Čapek’s sci-fi classic in this thrilling steampunk production by Quantum Dragon.
Black Panther isn’t “a hero who happens to be Black”. Rather, Black identity is central and crucial to the story of his fantastic first MCU solo film.
Jedis, jungles, fish-man junk, & James Franco.
All but the last made for a great day at the multiplex.