This really feels like another point of view from inside the Terminator universe, just with less action.
Stars: Clara Rugaard, Hilary Swank, Rose Byrne
Director: Grant Sputore
Synopsis: A young girl (Clara Rugaard) is raised in an underground bunker by an android named Mother who was designed to use the embryos stored in the facility to repopulate the world. The family bond between daughter and robot is challenged when another human arrives at the facility…..a human who according to Mother shouldn’t exist because the world population was extinct. Continue reading Movie Review: I Am Mother (2019)
Exploring an unknown area of the deepest part of the ocean….what could possibly go wrong?
Stars: Jason Statham, Bingbing Li, Rainn Wilson
Director: Jon Turteltaub
Synopsis: A group of scientists investigating the depths of Mariana trench discover a world of animals and plants long thought to be extinct. In their eagerness to explore and learn, they accidentally find and let loose from its previous confines, the largest marine predator to ever exist, the Megalodon Shark. Continue reading Movie Review: The Meg (2018)
This movie desperately wants to be every sci-fi or kid gang movie from the 80s or 90s….it’s not though, not even close.
Stars: Jack Gore, Miya Cech, Benjamin Flores Jr., Alessio Scalzotto
Synopsis: An alien invasion happens during summer camp and four teenagers are left on their own after wandering off and missing the evacuation. While trying to figure out what to do, an astronaut in a capsule crash lands near them and enlists their help to get a data key to a lab in Pasadena to essentially save the world. Continue reading Movie Review: Rim of the World (2019)
I know if I find a random baby in a spaceship that’s crash landed on earth, I’ll definitely NOT be keeping it.
Stars: Elizabeth Banks, David Denman, Jackson A. Dunn
Director: David Yarovesky
Synopsis: A couple who are struggling to conceive believe that they have been blessed when they find a baby in the woods in some kind of space craft that has crash landed on earth. After telling everyone they adopted the baby, all seems to be going well and everyone is happy….until Brandon (Jackson A. Dunn) turns 12. He suddenly starts hearing voices and being drawn to the spaceship which the parents have hidden in the barn and his strength is becoming superhuman….and his temper, extremely violent. Continue reading Movie Review: Brightburn (2019)
It’s like just after the gold rush, if the gold rush had happened in space
Stars: Sophie Thatcher, Jay Duplass, Pedro Pascal
Directors: Christopher Caldwell, Zeek Earl
Synopsis: A teenage girl, Cee (Sophie Thatcher), and her father (Jay Duplass) travel to an alien planet with the intention of striking it rich by searching for and digging up the hard to find gems that grow beneath the surface. While there they face not just the poisonous air that forces them to stay in space suits but other people who are also searching for the gems and of course human greed. One particular stranger (Pedro Pascal) also helps Cee to realise that trust shouldn’t come easily but it’s also sometimes better to be with someone that alone on an alien world. Continue reading Movie Review: Prospect (2018)
This could have been great, sadly it failed
Stars: Nicole de Boer, Maurice Dean Wint, David Hewlett
Director: Vincenzo Natali
Synopsis: A group of strangers wake up inside a strange maze-like structure and are forced to try and move from room to room, avoiding the random traps that are set to kill and find a way to escape. Conflicting clues, conflicting personalities and an endless stream of rooms has them feeling very far away from an exit and very close to utter defeat. Continue reading Movie Review: Cube (1997)
Visually, this is pretty incredible.
Stars: Hera Hilmar, Robert Sheehan, Hugo Weaving
Director: Christian Rivers
Synopsis: In a post-apocalyptic future, people live in vast cities that move around on wheels consuming each other in order to source power and stay alive. Tom (Robert Sheehan) & Hester (Hera Hilmar) discover a conspiracy while in London and have to put their differences aside and work together if they are going to stop it and save what remains of the world. Continue reading Movie Review: Mortal Engines (2018)