Full Moon Features is the latest studio to put up a selection of free movies to help us through these socially-distancing times. At Full Moon, B-movies are an art form and titles like Creepozoids, Meridian and Castle Freak have been placed Full Moon Features’ new Free Movies category. Details follow.
Prometheus – Just Seen It Movie Review
Ancient ruins are discovered with a map to an alien world. Believing it to be the origins of humanity, a team sets of to find the alien home planet. But after they land, they discover they may have imperiled humankind. Starring Noomi Rapace, Logan Marshall-Green, Idris Elba, Charlize Theron and Michael Fassbender. Directed by Ridley […]
John Carter – Just Seen It Movie Review
John Carter is a civil war veteran who awakes to find himself on another planet. But he soon finds out the inhabitants are bracing for war. After saving her life, her falls in love with a princess while trying to stop a deadly conflict. Starring: Taylor Kitsch, Lynn Collins and Willem Dafoe. Directed by: Andrew […]
Television Alert!: Last Tennant Dr. Who Tonight and Marathon today on BBC America!
It’s the end of an era, tonight is the end of David Tennant’s Dr. Who run. The conclusion to The End of Time premieres tonight (Sat. 1.02.10) on BBC America. To celebrate BBC America is having a Dr. Who marathon all day today, showing some of the best episodes from the last 4 seasons and […]
MOVIE REVIEW: Gamer – Making the First Person Shooter Personal!
It’s ironic that a movie that isn’t based on an actual videogame should come closer to feeling like a videogame. Gamer is the latest film from the Mark Neveldine/Brian Taylor team responsible for the cinematic equivalent of a shot of adrenaline to the heart that is the Crank series. If you didn’t care for the […]
TELEVISION & MOVIES: 2009 Portal Awards Filled With Surprises!
Airlock Alpha.com [formerly SyFyPortal.com] announced the winners of its fan-voted Portal Awards [formerly the SyFy Portal Genre Awards] this week. Favorites like Battlestar Galactica, Lost and The Dark Knight received few awards – though some popular movies and long-running series did take up the slack. The biggest upsets were Doctor Who’s Catherine Tate beating out […]
DVD NEWS: Dollhouse Set Includes Two Unaired Episodes!
Fans of Joss Whedon’s latest mind-blowing television series, Dollhouse, are in for a treat when they purchase the first season DVD/Blu-ray set. While all Whedonites are aware that there is a thirteenth episode, Epitaph One, made for broadcast in Europe and inclusion on the DVD set, 20th century Fox is also including the original, unaired […]
MOVIE REVIEW: Star Trek: Magnificent Trek; Magnificent Movie!
The eleventh Star Trek film, simply entitled Star Trek, is a genuine experience. Saying that they got it right is like saying that the sky is blue. Star Trek is the best Trek film – but that’s only half the story. It is a blockbuster in all the right ways: fascinating characters; robust action sequences; […]
TELEVISION NEWS: The Last Battlestar Galactica Post, Ratings, Ratings, Ratings!
The fine folks at the SyFy Network (I really can’t type that without laughing because I keep thinking Sifee) are trumpeting the ratings numbers for the series finale. Battlestar Galactica’s epic series finale, airing from 9-11pm on Friday, March 20, added to its phenomenal ratings with the inclusion of Live + 7 DVR data. Overall, […]
MOVIE REVIEW: Monsters vs. Aliens 3-D: Dreamworks Catches Pixar With Homage to B-Movies!
The premise is simple: to stop and alien invader, the U.S. military releases its force of five captured monsters. The catch? It’s not as simple as they thought. Although it took a veritable legion of writers [okay… five] to come up with the final script for Monsters vs. Aliens, like the group that pieced together […]
TELEVISION: Battlestar Galactica Finale Runs Long!
Battlestar Galactica, The SCI FI Channel’s signature series, concludes this evening [9/8C] with a 131-minute final episode. If you are planning to record the show, make sure to allow for that extra eleven minutes.