Whatever the number, not enough people have seen this film. So, I’m bringing back an old review to remind you how cool this time-travel feature really is. Originally Published: July 22nd, 2020 Volition Is Much Smarter Than It Initially Seems Volition was the movie I didn’t know I needed. It was refreshing and enjoyable to get…
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This is a melancholy one, folks. A short story, but a lot of emotions. It asks a dark question: can you find beauty at the end of the world?
The Tomorrow War has a fantastic premise, talented actors, and stellar effects, yet it never comes together properly. The enthusiasm for its own appeal wanes, and it becomes a shell of a movie, running on formula and tropes.
Today, dear readers, we’ll be looking at some heady concepts. Some brain-breaking curiosities. We’ll be looking at a fresh approach to time travel.
The world is so much bigger than we think. The skies stretch higher than most ever go, and the deepest depths of the ocean and Earth have never met human eyes.
40+ is a novella with a powerful hook but is hampered by a few things, including how short it is. It would be easy to imagine it expanded into a larger novel, detailing both the world as it was and how the change affected it.
Too long ago, I announced a series where I would periodically review a few movies from the Dust YouTube channel. Well, it’s finally time to return. I’ve selected three short films. Each is different. Each is exciting. And each shows a wildly different future.
I will not say The Adam Project is a unique movie. Barring a few moments of extreme narrative creativity, it’s got all the tropes you’d expect and runs through them with a blistering pace.
(With season two already out, I figured it was as good a time as any to bring back my original review of this complex and clever series. If you’ve not caught up, this might convince you.) Originally Published: June 8th, 2020 Upload Is Some Excellent Science Fiction Upload was on my watch list for months before…
For those that don’t know, genre functions mostly as a marketing vehicle. It’s there to help sell it to the right customer base. That’s not to diminish your favorite genre, or any genre: that’s simply their base function.
Well, I hope all’s been going well with you. My guests have gone back to their various dimensions and what counts as a hangover for a being like me has mostly faded.
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