You are Commander Shepard of the starship Normandy and you are the last hope for all life in the Galaxy. Saren, a rogue member of the elite and untouchable Spectre […]
In 1995 when point and click adventure games were, in my opinion, at their pinnacle, Lucasarts crafted a game that melded cel animation, 3D animation, voice acting, cinematography, and musical […]
his is Part 3 of my retro replay of Star Wars: Dark Forces XL, Mission 03: Anoat City – The Subterranean Hideout where Kyle goes on a mission under the streets of Anoat to find Imperial weapon designer Moff Rebus.
This is Part 2 of my retro replay of Star Wars: Dark Forces XL, Mission 02: Talay: Tak Base – After The Massacre, where Mon Mothma sends Kyle on another mission to a base recently destroyed by the empire.
This is Part 1 of my retro replay of Star Wars: Dark Forces (XL), Mission 01: The Death Star plans: Operation Skyhook – Secret base, where Kyle infiltrates an Imperial base and steals the Death Star plans.
Arrival is a much welcomed cerebral and emotional science fiction film that also carries a significant sense of tension. Where it shines is connecting Louise’s personal memories to help solve first contact communication …
One hundred years from now, the DARKWAVE has left mankind stranded across the galaxy. On a distant planet, New Earth 72, a young family is on the run, escaping from […]
And now for something completely different . . . Paths of Hate. Focus on fight. The dimension of fighting is irrelevant, as well as the ideology behind it. It does not […]
If you like science, space, fiction and the extrapolation/melding of the three then Wanderers may be the most amazing video you will see in a long time . . . all […]
The Mummy Returns just didn’t do it for me. I wanted more; I wanted something different; I wanted something original. Instead, I got the exact same thing as the first film, but …
Here’s another non-science fiction offering re-posted from my deep and dusty archives. I often strip irrelevant bits and pieces out of old DVD when I post them. In this case I decided to leave the entire review intact, for the main reason that I was reviewing a very expensive Criterion Collection edition of Seven Samurai. [Original publication: Mar 5, 2000]
The Road Warrior was my first exposure to the Mad Max milieu. I quickly went back and watched the original Mad Max. Beyond Thunderdome has some problems. Fury Road returns Max to his true element. The Mad Max series is one of the favorite in my DVD/Bluray collection. [Original publication: Mar 7, 2000]