Tag Archives: aliens

Jupiter, Queen of the planet

Ok folks, I’m back and I’m pissed. Again. I know it is award season – don’t bother me about that shit. Who cares? This post has nothing to do with the awards. Nor has it anything to do with any of the lousy movies I have watched, or tried to, recently, only to sink further […]

Showdown somewhere in Missouri

This post will contain what would traditionally be called spoilers, but to imply anything could spoil Showdown at Area 51 is like saying anything can spoil curdled milk. Hopefully none of you have seen Showdown at Area 51 yet and hopefully none of you ever will. It’s seven years old at this point, so hopefully […]

Direction is key

I’ve written before on the importance of a Director’s touch/style in making a film what it is. Lately I’ve been watching the Alien franchise, due in no small part to the relatively recent Prometheus¬†spectacle. This is just a small blog-postlet, if you will, reinforcing what I’ve been saying. Note that I say this with no […]

Prometheus – Area 51?

I have been waiting forever, or at least since I read the Area 51 series by (pen name) Robert Doherty [no, it has been forever, since I read the series with the desire in mind] to see a movie about the alien origin of mankind. Anyone familiar with the Area 51 series can attest to […]

Stranded

Stranded is an awesome film. If more movies were like this, I might actually enjoy more movies than I do. And God bless Netflix streaming – it’s better than sliced bread. After almost being turned off from the movie by the nearly unanimous poor reviews, I luckily remembered that most Netflix reviewers are (apparently) 12 […]