Category: Sci Fi
Writer/director Brian Duffield’s 2020 film “Spontaneous” was a clever mix of comedy, teen drama, and horror. With that film, the director defied audiences’ expectations and delivered something fresh and surprisingly moving, blending genre conventions with social metaphors to great effect.
For decades, Science Fiction films have been used to examine almost every aspect of society and humanity. Mel Eslyn’s “Biosphere” uses its “Silent Running” tinged Sci-Fi surroundings to probe the insights of male friendship, and the perceptions of masculinity, sexuality,
Sundance 2023 Kid’s Selection “Aliens Abducted My Parents and Now I Feel Kinda Left Out” Holding the honor of having the best movie title of this year’s Sundance Film Festival, “Aliens Abducted My Parents and Now I Feel Kinda
“In Search of Tomorrow: The Definitve ’80s Sci-Fi Documentary” is the latest proof that director David A. Weiner is THE man to document the genre films of the 1980s. Weiner’s first two documentaries “In Search of Darkness” parts 1&2 (with
The Vast of Night Directed by Andrew Patterson Written by James Montague and Craig W. Sanger Starring Sierra McCormick, Jake Horowitz, Gail Cronauer, Bruce Davis, Greg Peyton Premiering at Slamdance 2019, Andrew Patterson’s “The Vast of Night” is one of
Twenty years ago this week, audiences were scared out of their wits with Paul Anderson’s sci fi-horror-fetish film, Event Horizon. Plagued by production problems and studio interference, Anderson’s film ended up as maimed as most of the victims in the film
Coming from the moderate success of her previous film A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night, writer-director Ana Lily Amirpour gives us her latest effort The Bad Batch, a post-apocalyptic film that finds its meaning and power through its visual