Tagged: sci-fi

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Film Torments: Dracula 3000 (2004)

THIS TIME on Torments, Dan wanders where the sun don’t shine. The direct-to-video market is dominated by horror. There’s a simple reason for this: Horror movies, by design, rarely require inflated budgets or star-studded...

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Breaking Down the Backlog: Mass Effect 3

In this week’s Breaking Down the Galaxy, I say goodbye to my comrades as I save the galaxy from ancient genocidal robots. This may very well be the most difficult BDTB I’ve had to...

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Review: Rogue One – A galaxy treads water

PREQUELS, by their very station in an overarching narrative, face a conundrum: They’re moving toward a foregone conclusion. Star Wars knows this better than most franchises, having crafted an entire trilogy of the things...

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The Summer of Streaming: Stranger Things

Stranger Things is one of two televised series I really got into this summer, for very different reasons, but I’ll get onto that another time. The Duffer brothers’ short series is one big love...

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Only in the 70s: Starcrash (1979)

RETURNING to the decade of flairs, perms and nationwide blackouts after a lengthy hiatus, Dan examines one of many sci-fi travesties that scrambled to fill the demand from a certain blockbuster. You might have heard...

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Review: Ghostbusters – Late-night TV fodder

WARNING: Contains mild spoilers. WITH its trailer becoming the most disliked in YouTube history, it’s safe to say that the new Ghostbusters movie hasn’t had the greatest start in life. With fan boys and...