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.
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.
In a world where G.I. Joe meets the X-Files, XCOM wants you to write your own story.
The rebranded X-Com organization has a cool new motto. What the hell does it mean?
While there are some obvious motifs in play from the likes of Cormac McCarthy and Jack Finney, Genesis is a well paced and creative continuation to the Alien Apocalypse series.
The Darkest Hour looks like an 11th hour dark horse candidate for worst movie of 2011
Summary Judgement: It’s incredibly difficult to pull off an innovative alien invasion story. Alien Apocalypse manages that task in just under ten thousand words.
A fun romp. Just don’t think too much about it.
Summary Judgement: Despite the Spielberg touch, Falling Skies is an underachieving and exposition heavy plod through the familiar gimmicks of an alien invasion story.
Summary Judgement: This movie works in failure like Picasso worked in paint.