Three years later, Passengers is still a better sci-fi movie than anything else being hyped today.
I watched Aquaman last night. I’ve got to say, I haven’t been this hyped up about a DC movie in… well, ever. Which is pretty amusing considering Aquaman has been sort of a joke for a long, long time. The movie manages to live up to that hype. It’s fun, it’s got good action, an... Continue Reading →
What Dreams May Come is a 1998 Robin Williams movie about a man who dies and searches for his wife in the afterlife. It is based on the novel of the same name by Richard Matheson. Definitely a tearjerker: everybody dies, including the dog, which is usually the point at which I stop watching a... Continue Reading →
A Perfect Getaway is a 2009 movie starring Milla Jovovich, Chris Hemsworth, and Timothy Olyphant. I was also promised Gerard Butler. The storyline reads: For their honeymoon, newlyweds Cliff and Cydney head to the tropical islands of Hawaii. While journeying through the paradisaical countryside the couple encounters Kale and Cleo, two disgruntled hitchhikers and Nick... Continue Reading →
Couple weeks ago I decided to give the series Van Helsing a try. My expectations weren't high and good thing too. With the constant stream of disappointing fare offered by SyFy, Netflix, pretty much everyone, I pulled the plug on satellite some time back. I'm one of the binge-watchers who isn't going to bother until the... Continue Reading →
As promised, in honor of Father's Day, To Be Men: Stories Celebrating Masculinity is live. If you pre-ordered, your eBook is available for download now. Whether you like science fiction, fantasy, military sci-fi, historical, or contemporary, adventure, humor, interesting characters, or even thought pieces, this anthology has a story for you. My story, "Cooper" is a tribute... Continue Reading →
Check out my first post for the wonderful people at Superversive SF. -Hard Sci-fi Made Me Cry- Tired of the remakes, the reboots, the “let’s see how much more blood we can squeeze out of this turnip” output of today’s Hollywood? I think you’ll find Passengers a refreshing change.
I've considered doing movie reviews from time to time, but TBH, Daniella's is better. "All war movies are criticized, especially these days. But the review of the WWII film Dunkirk in feminist magazine Marie Claire went way beyond criticism. It was a full on feminist rant. " http://daniellabova.com/blog/dunkirk-feminist-not-love-story/