Tag: Science fiction

Science fiction a.k.a. sci-fi, is a genre of fiction dealing with imaginative concepts such as futuristic science and space travel, time travel For generations Sci-fi has inspired countless movies and games.

The Vast of Night (2019) Review 1

The Vast of Night (2019) Review

 |  Chris Carter
More than just a sci-fi romp, The Vast of Night transports you to a believable world.
Ad Astra (2019) Review 2

Ad Astra (2019) Review

 |  Chris Carter
Brad Pitt has had a hell of a career. From starring opposite some of the biggest names on the planet (Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Cruise, Anthony Hopkins) to carrying films allon his own, he’s accomplished so much in the 55 years he’s been on this Earth, and doesn’t seem to be in the mood to stop […]
Netflix Movie Review: Mute 1

Mute (2018) Review

 |  Phil Brown
For some reason, there seems to be an explosion of dystopian science fiction flicks these days. Well, it’s not for some reason. Dark and paranoid times tend to be reflected in films, even if by accident. So in the same twelve-month period where Blade Runner got an unexpected sequel, Netflix keeps dropping dystopian series and […]
Annihilation (2018) Review

Annihilation (2018) Review

 |  Phil Brown
Coming into Annhilation, Alex Garland was in a special position as a filmmaker. His directorial debut Ex Machina was instantly beloved and did unexpectedly well at the box office. Toss in a screenwriting background that included the underrated duo of Dredd and Sunrise as well as the movie that started the 2000s zombie revival (28 […]
Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Planets (2017) Review

Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Planets (2017) Review

 |  Phil Brown
Luc Besson’s Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Planets is an immensely fun movie. It’s also an immensely stupid one. That’s part of the fun, but that won’t appeal to everyone. The flick is every bit as overlong an excessive as its official title (which is so long I shant use it in full […]
Alone With You (PS4) Review 2

Alone With You (PS4) Review

 |  Bella Lara Blondeau
2016 has been a stellar year for science fiction in video games. Usually a genre reserved in gaming for laser guns and alien warfare, developers got smart and delivered some truly provocative narratives fitting of the medium this year. Both AAA publishers and indie outlets have made serious contributions to sci-fi recently, and as someone […]
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided (Xbox One) Review

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided (Xbox One) Review

 |  Bella Lara Blondeau
Dealing with politics and social issues in video games is a risky affair. It’s something usually reserved for indie titles, which I’ve always found to be a shame. Videogames are unlike any other medium out there, offering the perfect combination of sight, sound, and interactivity. The potential for large-scale, thought-provoking “idea” games is huge, but […]
The Technomancer (PS4) Review 1

The Technomancer (PS4) Review

 |  Brendan Quinn
If you’re looking for an inoffensive, run-of-the-mill open-world RPG, The Technomancer won’t disappoint you, but it won’t blow you away, either.
CGM Plays: Doom 1

CGM Plays: Doom

 |  Jordan Biordi
Jordan and Chelsea go to Hell in id Software’s revival of the classic Doom franchise. Join us as we discuss the way games used to be, and how Doom’s music affects it’s tone.
Midnight Special (Movie) Review 1

Midnight Special (2016) Review

 |  Phil Brown
Tense, terse, and thought provoking, Jeff Nichols Midnight Special is the type of genre movie that Hollywood should make more of. It’s a companion piece of sorts to Nichols’ breakout collaboration with the great Michael Shannon Take Shelter, another film that mixes genre and drama until the two become indistinguishable. It’s also somewhat of a modern […]


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