Baby, we’re about to get our stew on with a review of American Warships, the final entry in October’s Netflix’s basement series.
Sushi chefs unite to battle ancient sea monsters in this fantastic proof of concept short film.
Though certainly a fine sci-fi romance novel in its own right, Fighting Gravity also offers a satisfying read for those who fall outside its target audience.
Week four of my trip through Netflix’s basement features cold emotionless automatons, and that’s just the actors.
Despite being married to a horrible toy selling gimmick, Captain Power was a series ahead of its time. Now it might be coming back…
Thoughtful and introspective, Rasputin’s Bastards is a tale of the practical and metaphysical weapons of war after the war is done.
Week three of my dumpster dive through Netflix’s basement brings us to Alien Armageddon: a movie about religious space worms and the women who love them.
Sure, it’s great to see Doctor Horrible on television, but this is hardly a revolution or a BIG WIN for web media.
In a world where G.I. Joe meets the X-Files, XCOM wants you to write your own story.
Despite every cinematic indication otherwise, The Dead Undead is not porn. It’s just really really bad.