Imitation Girl Director: Natasha Kermani Screenplay: Natasha Kermani Minutes: 84 Year: 2017 Score: 8.27 Release: Theatrical Imitation Girl is truly special film to experience. While it is undoubtedly a science fiction film it feels much more like an edgy human drama than what you would commonly call sci-fi. From the press release: Imitation Girl is […]Read more "Theatrical Review – Imitation Girl"
The Green Slime Director: Kinji Fukasaku Screenplay: William Finger, Tom Rowe, Charles Sinclair Minutes: 90 Year: 1968 Score: 6.00 Release: Warner Archive Okay, I try to avoid linking to youtube videos but to be flippant, if this theme song doesn’t sell you on the movie, there is little more I can do to affect your […]Read more "Blu-ray Review – The Green Slime – Warner Archive"
Caltiki: The Immortal Monster Director: Riccardo Freda and Mario Bava Screenplay: Filippo Sanjust and Riccardo Freda Minutes: 76 Year: 1959 Score: 6.73 Release: Arrow Video There are two names which immediately jump out at me when I think if Italian horror/sci-fi flicks, Dario Argento and Mario Bava. There are more, they may be better, but […]Read more "Blu-ray Review – Caltiki: The Immortal Monster – Arrow Video"
File From Hell It Came under awful, terrible, dreadful, perfect, and awesome. The effects are so bad that they are a delight to watch. There are a whole laundry list of problems but that monster is not one of them.Read more "Blu-ray Review – From Hell It Came"
So much about this movie triggers all of the bits and pieces of cinema which should have completely transported me into a great bad science fiction film.Read more "Blu-ray Review – World Without End"
The Film A Trip to the Moon is one of the first science fiction films, and it is 114 years old (as of 2016). The film is about a group of astronomers who load themselves up in a gigantic cannon and fire themselves at the moon. After blinding the man-in-the-moon the scientists take a tour […]Read more "A Trip to the Moon"