sci-fi

Gu Gu Mbatha Raw stars in The Cloverfield Paradox

In a franchise that has thus far been content to allow each entry to do its own thing, one of the rare points of consistency among the Cloverfield films has been the gimmicky release. With a surprise, post-Super Bowl debut announced during the game itself, the third entry in the series, The Cloverfield Paradox, certainly carried on that tradition. However, unlike its predecessors, this one amounts to little else.   

Eclipsed by countless cultural references to a certain erupting cranium, Scanners seems to have transformed from movie into punch line. With a plot that’s part 1970s conspiracy theory, man-on-the-run flick and part new age pseudo-science exploration it’s possible to think Scanners might have been forgotten to a soup of generic ripoffs, carbon copies, and pastiches. But David Cronenberg’s follow up to “The Brood” gives us our first clear indication of the social scale Cronenberg begins to tackle as a filmmaker.

Amanda Seyfried in "In Time"

John and Jon go overtime to discuss the new sci-fi failure.

Grab your shaky-cam and all the MRE's you can carry...

Donald Sutherland wants you to watch the 1978 remake of "Invasion of the Body Snatchers" on Netflix Instant Streaming today!

Why do you ask? Well, let me explain it to you.

For the first time in a while we're all back in action and talking about a new release, the scifi film "Pandorum".

This week we all fawn over Neil Blomkamp's "District 9", and Eric gets his harshest piece of fan mail in a while.