The updated Anniversary edition of Boarding the Enterprise is just this week available from retailers, and courtesy of BenBella Books, you can win a copy from Slice of SciFi! [Read more…]
As with comedians Mike Nelson, Kevin Murphy, and Bill Corbett’s previous work on Mystery Science Theater 3000, when RiffTrax shows are good they’re great and when they’re not good they can be particularly painful. [Read more…]
Noah Richman and Daren Gulsvig compare and contrast Captain America: Civil War and X-Men: Apocalypse, and where the one film succeeds beyond expectations, the other falls far from what the previous chapter in the franchise achieved. [Read more…]
It’s very easy to see how in this modern time of ours, many people might stop watching the film because of it’s slow pacing early on, and miss out on the shift when building towards the climax and conclusion. Maybe a few too many things were left behind because of budget reasons, it’s not easy to say. If you can hang in there beyond the too-slow pacing of the first half of the movie, there are some wonderful visuals and story twists to be appreciated waiting for you. [Read more…]
To coincide with the new game release, Sony has released a movie to bring Ratchet and Clank to a larger audience. A risky move no doubt, but if successful, the gamble would create more interest in the franchise. So, does the movie capture the wonderful charm and humor of the game? Unfortunately, no. [Read more…]
The annual Eta Aquarid meteor shower returns this month. On the night of May 4th to May 5th, expect to see up to 10 meteors per hour. Look for them shooting from the east after midnight. [Read more…]
Jeremy Saulnier is a writer/director whose work has been interesting to watch evolve. His debut feature, Murder Party, had an entertaining premise but fell short in its delivery. His sophomore effort, Blue Ruin, was a notable step up with its very human tale of misunderstanding and revenge. However with his third feature, Green Room, Saulnier, as a creative force, seems to truly have arrived. [Read more…]
Warning: There could be spoilers for the first 5 episodes, so tread lightly
The theme for Season 2 most definitely is “2.0”, because everything we know either has been rebooted continuing from last season’s finale, through a slew of changes that continue right to the end of the Season 2 premiere. [Read more…]
Another day, another movie trailer that misleads as to what the movie is actually about and how it’s going to play out and yet manages to share a vital plot twist that isn’t actually revealed to the viewer until near the end of the film. Well done, trailer creators. Another bang-up job of doing your best to wreck things.
However, the movie bests you, at least in some ways. [Read more…]
The 4th Annual “The Future is Here” Festival Festival will be held April 22-24 at the Shakespeare Theatre in Washington DC.
Presented with the participation of NASA, The Smithsonian magazine’s “Future Is Here” festival features a series of visionary talks on what’s on the horizon in an array of fields before an avid crowd of researchers, industry experts and tech and science enthusiasts. [Read more…]
Noah and Daren saw The Jungle Book, and thoroughly enjoyed the live action remake with the updated CGI effects to create the jungle creatures. The voice performances from the all-star cast truly impressed them, and helped make the movie a solid story with a lot of heart. [Read more…]
WildClaw Theatre Company is proud to announce the submission window for our upcoming DEATHSCRIBE 2016, the NINTH Annual International Festival of Radio Horror Plays. Submissions will be accepted starting MAY 1st and will close JULY 31st. This festival is open to all, and there is no fee for submission. [Read more…]