ALIEN (1979) Retro Review

ALIEN (1979) Retro Review

Skipping through the channels last night, Alien was on. I haven’t seen it for a while, so I kept it on. I did join it about halfway through, where Kane still had the face-hugger on him. However, I was happy to watch the second half. There’s no point in me going...
You Should Be Watching SILO

You Should Be Watching SILO

Piggybacking off Stark’s article yesterday about Apple TV’s Hijack, it’s time for me to talk about another great show from Apple called Silo. Silo is a story that takes place on a post-apocalyptic Earth where humanity clings to survival in the Silo,...
MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE 4 – 6 Reviewed

MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE 4 – 6 Reviewed

I have just reviewed Mission: Impossible 1 – 3 and, carrying on my epic watch, here is my review of 4 – 6. I’m now ready for Dead Reckoning Part 1 on Monday. The first three movies are more in the style of a comic book. The first movie had Dutch Angles that made it...
Retro Review: DEADBEAT AT DAWN (1988)

Retro Review: DEADBEAT AT DAWN (1988)

The 1988 film Deadbeat At Dawn is one of the best examples of an independent, passion project film you will ever see. Taking years to complete, it is the product of Jim Van Bebber who also happens to be the writer, director, editor, and star of the film.    ...
Retro Review: THE PATRIOT (2000)

Retro Review: THE PATRIOT (2000)

It’s Independence Day here in the United States, which means means it’s time to celebrate the 4th of July. Fireworks, hotdogs,  light beer, and of course, freedom. It’s also the perfect time to sit back and watch The Patriot.  Arguably the best film...