Sci-fi

The Fly (1986)

The Fly (1986)

The Fly is a horror classic. That statement applies to two movies, made almost 30 years apart both based on the 1957 short story by George Langelaan. In this particular review we will be taking a look at the more Cronenbergian flavor of the two starring Jeff Goldblum and Geena Davis. This is a body horror flick of the ooziest, ickiest kind, and we’re going to get into all of it in spoilery fashion. If you’re cool with that, read on (or listen on by hitting the podcast link - we talk about it, too).

Dark Skies (2013)

Dark Skies (2013)

Alien abduction stories are one thing, and then you have long-con efforts where the aliens seem to toy around with the human prey just because they can as the superior race they apparently are. In Dark Skies, we get a heavy dose of said toying and if you’re interested to see if that is a good thing or not, click on through to the other side.

The Faculty (1998)

The Faculty (1998)

What if I told you none of us had seen a Robert Rodriguez directed movie starring Elijah Wood, Josh Hartnett, Jordana Brewster, Clea DuVall, Jon Stewart, Famke Janssen, and Usher? You’d call us idiots? Fair. Well, now we’ve seen it. And we have things to say.


Sphere (1998)

Sphere (1998)

Sure, Sphere might not be the most “horror” movie we’ve ever reviewed, but if you don’t think descending to the immense depths of the ocean to investigate a crashed spaceship is scary, there’s something deeply wrong with you. Also, fair warning that nautical puns will happen in this review. Click through to dive in...

The Cloverfield Paradox (2018)

The Cloverfield Paradox (2018)

So this one just sorta landed on us, eh boys? Netflix dropped the first trailer for this thing about four hours in advance of it being publicly available. In so doing it created a brand new avenue of blockbuster release, took the world by surprise, took us by surprise, and otherwise created a bonkers marketing tidal wave. Hell, even my parents watched this movie. Should you? Check our review to find out.

Halloween 3: Season of the Witch (1982)

Halloween 3: Season of the Witch (1982)

Yes, Halloween 3 is the third in a series of movies involving Michael Myers slashing coeds. No, it does not have anything to do with Michael Myers slashing coeds. Confused? So was basically everyone back in the early 80s. Check out our review to see what happened.

Turbo Kid (2015)

Turbo Kid (2015)

Do you like to bob your head to the rollicking pulse of a synth while you explode peoples brains into goop with your laser-imbued Power Glove? Don’t even bother answering. It was a rhetorical question. There is a biological imperative answering yes for you. Read our review to figure out why.