Rogue One: A Star Wars Story [2016] Is The First Real Star Wars Epic In Over 30 Years | Finally A Fourth Addition To The Original Trilogy

In 1982, the third of the Star Wars Trilogy hit theaters and changed the sci-fi world and in many ways the entire movie industry due to advancements in filming and special effects. Undoubtedly one of the greatest sagas of all time, and statistically one of the highest grossing film series of all time, Star Wars has born generations of Star Wars fans, untold millions of... read more

Legion (2017) TV Show Review: Not Just Another X-Men Show | Suspense, Insanity, Ultimate Power, and The Bogeyman Is Real

Legion is a show about some genetic mutants with superpowers, except the X-Men theme really doesn't come up very much. Legion is a surreal landscape of insanity, with people who are brainwashed to believe they are insane when really they have superpowers. I suppose the director used the X-Men theme to get more viewers rather than just another show about superheroes - and... read more

The Expanse (2017) Is One Of The Best Space SciFi Shows In A Long Time

Season 2 of The Expanse is currently airing, and it just keeps getting better. Researching this article I discovered it is actually a film adaptation of a novel series; however, this is no surprise because the depth of the show and character development is certainly indicative of an amazingly well-written novel series. If you love space, The Expanse is just the show... read more

The Girl On The Train (2016) Movie Review | Powerful, Compelling, Tragic, and Emotional Intellectual Thriller

The Girl on the Train is a deeply compelling, thrilling murder mystery, but not your typical murder mystery. Like few other movies before it, The Girl on the Train encompasses tragedy, loss, and despair in such a way that truly captures the essence of real life, despite being clearly larger-than-life. The raw, emotional overtone portrayed so powerfully by lead actress... read more

Top 10 Forgotten Scifi Movies | Best Science Fiction Movies of Previous Generations That Time Seems To Have Forgotten

New generations of people are always looking for the newest and greatest, but many movies from the past are truly great too. Although it's awesome to have the coolest and best special effects and CGI, effects and graphics alone are not what makes a movie truly great. Although the special effects and CGI capabilities of the 1990s and 1980s were inferior, some of the... read more

Sherlock Is Finally Back on BBC After a 2-Year Hiatus! Will the New Sherlock Series 4 Be As Good As Before?

The psychological mystery show Sherlock is finally back! The new season aired today (January 2, 2016) on BBC, although international people can find it in other ways including on PBS, BBC One, and BBC HD. The new season is airing with a Special episode and will be followed by three new 90-minute episodes. Sherlock was one of my favorite shows, and is forever on my... read more

Maximum Ride (2016) Movie Review | Leaves Much To Be Desired, Many Unanswered Questions and Lacks Plot Development

From the very title of the movie, the many problems with Maximum Ride begin. Maximum Ride is about genetically engineered children fleeing from scientists who have been using them for experiments their entire lives. However, the title implies that it's a movie about car racing, and to be honest for the first few minutes I was waiting for the racing scenes to begin. No... read more

The Man and the Death Ray That Destroyed Everything and Everyone In Its Path: A Short Story

In a break from the traditional articles, here is a science fiction short story series which will be released in various parts. If you like it, share it and I will write more. The Man and the Death Ray That Destroyed Everything and Everyone In Its Path: A Short Story Part 1: Beginnings of a mad scientist There once was a man, a city-dwelling man, who got... read more

This Sharknado 4 Official Trailer Will Surprise You In Ways You Never Thought Possible

Have you ever watched the classics like Jaws, Jurassic Park, Star Wars, or Twister? Yes? No? Oh really? Well it doesn't matter because this is nothing like any of those! It doesn't happen often that a trailer blows me out of my seat - and yes, I mean that literally, in a metaphorical way of course. Really nothing could have prepared me for this trailer, which I would... read more

Jason Bourne (2016) Movie Review | Is Bourne Still Great After 10 Years?

After a long wait, director Paul Greengrass and actor Matt Damon have returned for Jason Bourne. With The Bourne Supremacy and The Bourne Ultimatum, the filmmaker forever changed how creatively bones can be broken on screen and in doing so has left Jason Bourne’s audience expectations high. In fact, more than any other film in recent memory, Jason Bourne exposes the... read more

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story [2016] Is The First Real Star Wars Epic In Over 30 Years | Finally A Fourth Addition To The Original Trilogy

In 1982, the third of the Star Wars Trilogy hit theaters and changed the sci-fi world and in many ways the entire movie industry due to advancements in filming and special effects. Undoubtedly one of the greatest sagas of all time, and statistically one of the highest grossing film series of all time, Star Wars has born generations of Star Wars fans, untold millions of... read more

Legion (2017) TV Show Review: Not Just Another X-Men Show | Suspense, Insanity, Ultimate Power, and The Bogeyman Is Real

Legion is a show about some genetic mutants with superpowers, except the X-Men theme really doesn't come up very much. Legion is a surreal landscape of insanity, with people who are brainwashed to believe they are insane when really they have superpowers. I suppose the director used the X-Men theme to get more viewers rather than just another show about superheroes - and... read more

The Expanse (2017) Is One Of The Best Space SciFi Shows In A Long Time

Season 2 of The Expanse is currently airing, and it just keeps getting better. Researching this article I discovered it is actually a film adaptation of a novel series; however, this is no surprise because the depth of the show and character development is certainly indicative of an amazingly well-written novel series. If you love space, The Expanse is just the show... read more

The Girl On The Train (2016) Movie Review | Powerful, Compelling, Tragic, and Emotional Intellectual Thriller

The Girl on the Train is a deeply compelling, thrilling murder mystery, but not your typical murder mystery. Like few other movies before it, The Girl on the Train encompasses tragedy, loss, and despair in such a way that truly captures the essence of real life, despite being clearly larger-than-life. The raw, emotional overtone portrayed so powerfully by lead actress... read more

Top 10 Forgotten Scifi Movies | Best Science Fiction Movies of Previous Generations That Time Seems To Have Forgotten

New generations of people are always looking for the newest and greatest, but many movies from the past are truly great too. Although it's awesome to have the coolest and best special effects and CGI, effects and graphics alone are not what makes a movie truly great. Although the special effects and CGI capabilities of the 1990s and 1980s were inferior, some of the... read more

Sherlock Is Finally Back on BBC After a 2-Year Hiatus! Will the New Sherlock Series 4 Be As Good As Before?

The psychological mystery show Sherlock is finally back! The new season aired today (January 2, 2016) on BBC, although international people can find it in other ways including on PBS, BBC One, and BBC HD. The new season is airing with a Special episode and will be followed by three new 90-minute episodes. Sherlock was one of my favorite shows, and is forever on my... read more

Maximum Ride (2016) Movie Review | Leaves Much To Be Desired, Many Unanswered Questions and Lacks Plot Development

From the very title of the movie, the many problems with Maximum Ride begin. Maximum Ride is about genetically engineered children fleeing from scientists who have been using them for experiments their entire lives. However, the title implies that it's a movie about car racing, and to be honest for the first few minutes I was waiting for the racing scenes to begin. No... read more

The Man and the Death Ray That Destroyed Everything and Everyone In Its Path: A Short Story

In a break from the traditional articles, here is a science fiction short story series which will be released in various parts. If you like it, share it and I will write more. The Man and the Death Ray That Destroyed Everything and Everyone In Its Path: A Short Story Part 1: Beginnings of a mad scientist There once was a man, a city-dwelling man, who got... read more

This Sharknado 4 Official Trailer Will Surprise You In Ways You Never Thought Possible

Have you ever watched the classics like Jaws, Jurassic Park, Star Wars, or Twister? Yes? No? Oh really? Well it doesn't matter because this is nothing like any of those! It doesn't happen often that a trailer blows me out of my seat - and yes, I mean that literally, in a metaphorical way of course. Really nothing could have prepared me for this trailer, which I would... read more

Jason Bourne (2016) Movie Review | Is Bourne Still Great After 10 Years?

After a long wait, director Paul Greengrass and actor Matt Damon have returned for Jason Bourne. With The Bourne Supremacy and The Bourne Ultimatum, the filmmaker forever changed how creatively bones can be broken on screen and in doing so has left Jason Bourne’s audience expectations high. In fact, more than any other film in recent memory, Jason Bourne exposes the... read more
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