It looks like the Resident Evil franchise movies are finally moving beyond terrible CGI and lame storytelling. One view of this trailer boosted my hope for the movie franchise based on my favorite video game from my teenage years.
My wife dragged me into Target the other day, and for once, I was glad. As we strolled down the book aisle, my eyes spotted three Star Wars books – the new “The Essential Legends Collection” recently released. My eyes were first drawn to the cover of Path of Destruction by author Drew Karpyshyn (known…
The Colony, book two of author S.Z. Attwell’s Aestus series picks up straight off where the first book ended. Read primarily from the perspective of the strong female protagonist, Jossey, we are once again thrust into the world beyond the City and learn who the Onlar truly are. In my review of the first book,…
The third episode of Loki is a doozie! We finally spend time away from the TVA and watch the two Lokis get to know each other. The episode name, Lamentis, is a reference to the apocalyptic moon both Lokis end up on after escaping the TVA headquarters.
The second episode of Loki solidifies the show as Marvel’s best since Netflix’s Daredevil. The series plot develops nicely and continues Mobius’s hunt for the bad Loki Variant.
Today is Father’s Day in the US and what better way to acknowledge the holiday than to celebrate the best fathers of the sci-fi world?
The premiere episode of the series introduces viewers to the Time Variance Agency (TVA) and their mission to eliminate Nexus events, which create alternate timelines.
This episode introduces viewers to Larry Underwood (Jovan Adepo), Nadine Cross (Amber Heard), Lloyd Henreid (Nat Wolff). The episode begins in an abandoned department store, where Larry Underwood’s group of followers temporarily camp.
In this third part of the One Infinite Loop series, author Seth Comire takes us into another Death Sentence carried out. Out to sea.
Mimic is a brilliant, sit-on-the-edge-of-your-seat sci-fi thriller that’s so well done, you’ll want to watch it over and over. Everything about the film is on point: the acting, the story, the cinematography, and the audio (instrumentals and sound effects).