The newest Marvel film certainly does not disappoint.
Teen Wolf is an excellent teen horror drama, but it’s obviously not perfect.
As the culmination of an eight film series, they could have easily just phoned in the whole movie. A legion of fans would have come to see this film no matter what they'd done with it.
Warehouse 13’s new season premiered this past week, and while the show is still on track as one of the best sci-fi series on television, this particular resolution was a bit disappointing.
The season premier of Eureka hit earlier this week. It opened, of course with the narration of what’s been going on lately in the show, and I realized that this time-travel screw-up sub-plot has been going on for a very long time.
This week marked the premier of Syfy’s newest serial, Alphas. It has the usual pilot kinks, which need to be worked out, but definitely boasts the makings of a great story at its core.
Bryan Dietrich’s long-form poem referencing Star Trek's "Prime Directive" is an aboslute necessity for the book shelf of every geek.
This weekend, we finally got to watch the premier of Torchwood: Miracle Day. Personally, I think it’s off to somewhat of an amorphous start.
The newspaper synopses of The Tree of Life call it sci-fi. Well, that's not exactly right.
Teen Wolf is surprisingly well written. Of course, I’m willing to admit that I did not want to like the show.
Joe Simon’s autobiography covers his entire life up to this point and it is filled with the comics industry.
The third Transformers film is the best of them.
Stan Lee’s name does not save this sub-par superhero comic.
Green Lantern is a fun superhero film with great effects and surprising talent.
Super 8 is a new classic of filmmaking.
The film starts out a little disjointed, but once it picks up steam it’s a powerhouse.
The fourth film in the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise had high expectations set for it, and it met most of them.
Priest is a fun action film, but it’s not as dimensional as it thinks it is.
Based on the Italian comicbook series, Dylan Dog: Dead of Night is a fun detective story with plenty of monsters.
In today’s Time Machine Review we’re traveling back to 1998 for Dark City.