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reviewed poachers by stephanie campbell. December 18, 2011
poachers by stephanie campbell
 Poachers   Author: Stephanie Campbell   Reviewed by Fran Lewis       A young child is plagued by visions of monsters that his parents think are in the …
reviewed Another Earth. December 06, 2011
posted in Awesomeness
Another Earth
FADE IN:       Spoiled brat Brit Marling is driving home shitfaced listening to the exposition on the radio when she sees Another Earth in the sky.      CUT …
reviewed Star Wars: Darth Plagueis. November 10, 2011
Star Wars: Darth Plagueis
"Darth Plagueis" tells the story of the title character. He's a Sith Lord, and we start with him killing his master and then casting about for an apprentice, all the while trying to use the Force to unlock …
reviewed In Time (2011 film). October 28, 2011
posted in Movie Hype
In Time
It is said that time is money and in the new film "In Time" this statement takes on an entirely new meaning. In the future we learn that humans have been genetically created to stop aging at the age of …
reviewed The Ancient Alien Question by Philip .... October 24, 2011
The Ancient Alien Question by Philip Coppens
The Ancient Alien Question-A New Inquiry Into The Existence, Evidence   and Influence of Ancient Visitors by Philip Coppens poses some very   important questions as to how advanced …
reviewed The Thing (2011 film). October 14, 2011
posted in Forbidden Planet
The Thing
After the success of a videogame based on the original film, rumors of a sequel arose many times but never came to fruition, with creative differences between Universal and John Carpenter cited as the …
reviewed Paul (2011 movie). October 11, 2011
posted in MovieSucktastic
It's the new super-sexy Express Review format that celebrates A.D.D.   Paul is the worst comedy of 2011, if not the worst film, period. I didn't fall for the "two British guys …
reviewed Real Steel. October 08, 2011
posted in Forbidden Planet
Real Steel
Boxing movies have been a staple of Hollywood for decades. Some of the earliest celluloid offerings documented pugilistic bouts in films such as Raging Bull, The Fighter, and the iconic Rocky series …
reviewed Terminal Invasion. August 17, 2011
posted in Movie Hype
Terminal Invasion
      TERMINAL INVASION      How lucky was I that on the same day Bruce Campbell's "My Name is Bruce" came out that the long awaited DVD release of …
reviewed Rise of the Planet of the Apes. August 15, 2011
posted in Movie Hype
Rise of the Planet of the Apes
Now that the summer’s coming to a close, a focus is returning to the more idea and character-driven stories that signal the Fall Movie Season. Rise of the Planet of the Apes definitely feels like …
reviewed In the Blood. August 12, 2011
In the Blood
Sullivan's sci-fi murder mystery is a delight. I look forward to his next novel. There are four main plots. Sam Dane, a famed Earth crime solver, is summoned to the planet Procrustes to help the planets' …
reviewed Rise of the Planet of the Apes. August 06, 2011
posted in Movie Hype
Rise of the Planet of the Apes
Star Rating:         It’s tempting to judge Rise of the Planet of the Apes on the basis of the several marketing adjectives that have been applied to it. I’ve …
reviewed Cowboys & Aliens (2011 film). August 02, 2011
posted in Forbidden Planet
Cowboys & Aliens (2011 film)
Picture this… James Bonds wakes up in the Wild West unable to recall how he got there and then ends up in a town were Indiana Jones and his son have been terrorizing its citizens into doing anything …
reviewed Hyperion. July 29, 2011
posted in SF Signal
Just finished the series. Absolutely epic reads. The last two are definitely inferior to the first two books, but Simmons does a nice job coming full circle at the end and answering some of the mysteries …
reviewed Limitless. July 28, 2011
posted in MovieSucktastic
This is my new express review format since there's more to say about TV commercials these days than most films. It's a super-sexy new format that will help you save time, get to the good stuff, …
reviewed Another Earth. July 23, 2011
posted in Movie Hype
Another Earth
Star Rating:         Perhaps it’s both the greatest strength and the biggest weakness of Another Earth that it’s open to interpretation. On the one hand, you’re …
reviewed In the Blood. July 06, 2011
In the Blood
(special thanks to the author for providing me with a review copy!)         I imagine being a cop is one of the hardest, most thankless jobs in the world. You're stuck …
reviewed Transformers: Dark of the Moon. June 29, 2011
posted in Picktainment
Transformers: Dark of the Moon
First off I should preface this by confessing that I am a big transformers fan: 1) I blame my brother for introducing me to the cartoon series at a young age and 2) I blame Michael Bay for making it look …
reviewed Quatermass and the Pit. June 22, 2011
posted in SF Signal
Quatermass and the Pit
I hate to lose my geek cred in admitting that I had never seen the original BBC production of Quatermass and the Pit, but honestly I never even knew it existed. Let me emphasize, however, that I have …
reviewed Falling Skies. June 20, 2011
posted in Forbidden Planet
Falling Skies
If you liked the Walking Dead but are allergic to zombies you'll love this one.  Not to say that there aren't any, just fewer and more alive.  You see these aliens came to earth and …
reviewed In the Country of the Blind. June 08, 2011
posted in SF Signal
In the Country of the Blind
Comparing one book to another is a lazy way to review a book, but forgive me because there’s something about Michael Flynn’s writing that conjures up other writers. When I reviewed The …
reviewed Thor (2011 movie). June 07, 2011
posted in Movie Hype
Thor (film)
   Thor (Chris Hemsworth), the God of Thunder, is the son of Odin (Anthony Hopkins), the ruler of the nine realms of the Universe. Thor possesses a hammer that gives him an unmatched power. …
reviewed X-Men: First Class (2011 movie). June 04, 2011
posted in Movie Hype
X-Men: First Class
Star Rating:         There has been much talk about how sequels aren’t supposed to be better than the films that preceded them. Does the same thing apply to prequels? …
reviewed Hyperion. May 29, 2011
posted in SF Signal
I’m slowly working through The Fall of Hyperion by Dan Simmons, and I feel it’s appropriate to revisit the first book, Hyperion, before I review the second book. First off, I …
reviewed Embassytown. May 28, 2011
posted in SF Signal
   Avice Benner Cho thought she was off and away from the strange, distant colony of Embassytown forever. After a difficult upbringing, she became an immerser, directing ships from planet to …
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