The Mind’s Eye: The Art of Omni – A Slice of SciFi Review

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For twenty years Omni Magazine printed some of the most exquisite and beautifully mesmerizing pictures in science fiction. “The Mind’s Eye – The Art of Omni” captures some of the most captivating art from that period.

Liberator – A Slice of SciFi Review

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Lou Ferrigno shows his acting chops and emotional range in “Liberator.”

Star Trek Continues: Fairest Of Them All – A Slice of SciFi Review

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“Fairest Of Them All” does exactly what it was suppose to do – give fans some good “Mirror, Mirror” closure after 47-years.

“Maleficent” — A Slice of SciFi Review

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Maleficent is Disney’s update of the Sleeping Beauty story, only this time told from the “villain’s” point of view. Ultimately we see the transformation of Maleficent from a loving, naïve young fairy creature into the dark malevolent sorceress of the Sleeping Beauty tale.

E.M.M.A. – A Slice of SciFi Review

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E.M.M.A. is a short film from writer/director Stephen Herman that ponders the premise of what would it be like to awaken one day only to discover that you are not human.

The Wil Wheaton Project – A Slice of SciFi Review

The Wil Wheaton Project

I have to admit I was a bit nervous about reviewing Wil’s new show for The Syfy Channel.

“SOS: Save Our Skins” — A Slice of SciFi Review

SOS: Save Our Skins

SOS is similar in style and tone to something like Kevin Smith’s debut feature Clerks. It’s a couple guys with a video camera, seemingly having fun with their friends and coming up with skits to make themselves laugh.

“X-Men: Days of Future Past” — A Slice of SciFi Review

X-Men Days of Future Past

So, does the next movie in the X-Verse live up to the expectations of an X-Geek? How about the expectations of someone who’s enjoyed the last several Marvel or even DC movies? Let’s find out…

“Godzilla” — A Slice of SciFi Review

Godzilla (2014)

Noah Richman and Daren Gulsvig review “Godzilla” with their typical no-BS delivery! Sounds like it’s a fun film… as long as your expectations are in check.

“All Cheerleaders Die” — A Slice of SciFi On Demand Review

All Cheerleaders Die

I’m not sure how to summarize the plot of Lucky McKee’s latest feature film All Cheerleaders Die.

The closest thing I can think to compare it to would be the first Tarantino/Rodriguez From Dusk Till Dawn movie. You start out thinking you’re watching one kind of movie, and all of a sudden you’re watching something completely different.

ALIEN FILES-Alien Origins: A Slice of SciFi Review

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ALIEN FILES investigates recently released documents recording alien and UFO encounters, made accessible to the public in 2011 by the Freedom of Information Act.

“The Amazing Spider-Man 2″ — A Slice of SciFi Review

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Noah Richman and Daren Gulsvig review “The Amazing Spiderman 2″ revealing the pros and cons of the script. Storyline is everything for Noah and Daren, who find good and bad throughout the flick.

The Machine – A Slice of SciFi Film Review

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“We are the new — you are the old.”

“Jodorowsky’s Dune” — A Slice of SciFi Review

Jodorowsky's Dune

Imagine my surprise and insatiable curiosity at discovering only a few years ago that he almost made a theatrical version of Dune — in 1975. Two years before Star Wars changed the game for science fiction movies, and this Dune truly could have been the first game changer, in more ways than one.

“Oculus” — A Slice of SciFi Review

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The selling points of this film for genre fans are obvious. It is a pleasure to see Karen Gillan on screen playing a character different from Amy Pond, and Katee Sackhoff pulls off a role that is haunting with some genuine shock value. The characters are introduced in a manner that is intriguing, and we quickly find ourselves wanting to know what happened and where the story is heading.