Posts Tagged ‘Science Fiction’

FREE STUFF FRIDAY! Win a COMET TV Sci-Fi Network Out-of-this-World Prize Pack

It’s FREE STUFF FRIDAY!!! Well in case you missed it, there’s a new Sci-Fi Network in town called COMET. If you love all those fun cult classic films and television shows, then stop what you’re doing and go check it out at And here’s the best part…it’s totally free and dedicated to science fiction […]



  Tweens, Teens and early twenties should like Project Almanac, a fast paced Sci-fi thriller with respectable acting and creative direction. The target audience will especially like the hand held cinematography reminiscent of Project X that continues throughout giving the film a rocky roller coaster feel. It’s a fun film with a little romance to […]

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Hunger Games: Mockingjay 1, Let the Rebellion Begin (Film Review)

  It’s time for the rebellion to start and in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 the volatile story of Katniss Everdeen continues with able direction, adequate acting, but with the usual predictable storyline. The filming and CGI gets better than the last installment showing explosive battles that are more realistic looking than the games […]

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Ender’s Game, a Teen Space Adventure (Film Review)

Teens will have a blast with Ender’s Game, a science fiction adventure that’s well acted and directed.  The much-read novel by Orson Scott Card focuses on the target audience putting youngsters in the roles of saving the Earth. Using amazing special effects that transport the audience into space, the book transfers to the screen exceptionally […]

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“Stranded” is Story Challenged

  This science fiction thriller starts out well, but burns and crashes when it goes to a familiar place.  Although Stranded does have some good actors and the sets are pretty cool, it’s the recognizable story that makes it a copy cat.  However, if you like films about a stranded group of astronauts that get […]

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Star Trek Into Darkness, a Very Cool Sequel (Film Review)

  Picking up where he left off with the fine release of his first attempt at bringing back the Star Trek franchise J.J. Abrams hits pay dirt again with Star Trek Into Darkness.  This exciting new chapter tantalizes the mind with amazing CGI and special effects while presenting an adventure that’s reminiscent of earlier challenges […]

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Touch, a Suspenseful Brain Teaser (Video Review)

Made up one of the most challenging and intriguing plots to come along, Touch: The First Complete Season is now available on DVD and Blu-ray in box sets.  The weekly show that aired in 2012 has a lot of suspense, brain teasing and love between a father and son.  I like the series, not only […]

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