Finch Review – Tom Hanks On His Own All Over Again

Sci-Fi films that attempt to cram a lot of "real life" into bizarre, often impossible, circumstances aren't rare, in fact, it's mostly the point of the genre, but efforts...

Judy Justice Review – Same Gig With Odd Twists – Bonkers Byrd Exit

The story of how Judy Justice came to exist is a strange one, and while perhaps not in any real sense a relevant part of a review of the...

Dune Review – Nearly Fanatical Adaptation Still Requires Book

With the release of Dune, audiences now have two efforts adapting giants of the sci-fi genre, and the theories behind these adaptations could not be on further ends of...

The Green Knight Review – Blu-Ray

David Lowery is among the strangest directors working today and in all the best ways such a statement can be taken. He turns out efforts many wouldn't dare, takes...

Old Henry Review – Western Tradition Tears At Character

The western is a genre struggling against hope and though a few are still released every year, and one of sufficient backing makes a splash every so often, it...

La Brea Review – Bonkers Sci-Fi Hopes Constant Run Carries

La Brea thankfully opens with barely a minute of introduction before a massive sinkhole opens in downtown L.A., pulling cars, buildings, and a couple of dozen people into an...

Foundation Review – Series Pushes Limits Of “Adaptation”

There are a variety of reasons that a book can hold onto the consensus opinion that it is unfilmable, but these are frequently overcome with time and ultimately involve...

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