Pitch Black

Vin Diesel's 2000 cult classic Pitch Black is a unique horror sci-fi film with a ton of heart and relatively little misogyny.


I’ve seen Tom Cruise’s Oblivion maybe half a dozen times, and I can tell you with confidence, this movie deserves a place among the pantheon with the best sci-fi films of all time.

Ghost in the Shell (2017)

I know it's not a popular opinion, but I really liked 2017's #GhostInTheShell. I talk about why I like it, and why it sucks. An old review posted as part of stylistic, sci fi, action, female protagonist movie thread.

On Agents of SHIELD Canonicity

Agents of SHIELD is one of the best superhero shoes out there. The characters are complex and nuanced, the storylines are believable and engaging, the effects border on acceptable. I get it. The show is cheesy. It’s campy, it’s cringey, it’s lo-fi.  I’m not saying it’s the most polished, cinematic, earth shattering piece of media... Continue Reading →

The Tomorrow War

I used my twitter feed as a guide to write this review, as I used my friends’ patience as a sounding board for my livestreamed mania as I blundered through The Tomorrow War, furiously screaming into the abyss of the internet, eager for someone's attention - or better yet, validation. Best case scenario, Chris Pratt... Continue Reading →


Archive is one of those ‘high concept’ sci fi movies with robots and AI. It draws extremely heavy inspiration from Ex Machina, one of the more successful releases in this subgenre of sci fi. It also has imagery and concepts similar to Netflix’s Mother (which wasn’t very good), the live action Ghost in the Machine... Continue Reading →


Tonight I wasted my time by watching a movie called Bloodshot, starring our favorite gravel-voiced, hunky, sexy, big dicked macho muchacho, Vin Diesel. I am unabashedly in the middle of a Diesel marathon, and my blood is pumping and my dick is insecure. I can never measure up to this man, figuratively, literally or cinematically. Let... Continue Reading →

Fan4tastic (2015)

Ayo someone fucked with your movie, and now there’s no movie. Beginning. Middle. End. Characters, growth, change, relationships. Humanity, connection, failure. Two hours, two hundred million dollars. Make it happen. That’s the basic formula to any blockbuster ensemble movie from the past ten years. Fan4tastic is only seven years old. Do you know what else was... Continue Reading →

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