ABC’s Last Resort feels like an homage piece to the late Tony Scott’s seminal submarine film Crimson Tide, and for network television that’s a very big deal.
FTL delivers a starship command experience for gamers who want a little bit of a challenge in their lives.
Even if Dredd stumbles a little along the way, it is the movie that should have been made fifteen years ago.
Wherein I listen in on a conference call with XCOM’s Lead Developer and Lead Producer.
Is sensible to expect non-professional critics to maintain a level of integrity and impartiality akin to that of the Jedi Knights?
Masters of the Universe isn’t exactly a good movie, but it’s not nearly bad enough to deserve the lampooning it gets from most critics and viewers.
Cylons and rovers might be man’s future in space, but Steve Umstead makes starships cool again in the first book of the Evan Gabriel Trilogy.
Travis Richey’s web series brings to life a character that is creatively distinct from Inspector Spacetime.