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The best science fiction movies from every decade.

Sean Patrick4 months ago
Movie Review: 'Annihilation'
Annihilation blew my mind. From the opening scene to the bizarre ambiguous ending, Annihilation is a head-trip that never quits. Directed by Alex Garland, the mastermind behind Ex Machina, Annihilatio...
Peter P4 months ago
'Beyond Skyline' (2017)
“What the hell you think that was, man…terrorists or what, huh? ISIS doesn’t have a fuckin’ spaceship!” Beyond Skyline is, without a doubt, one of the better low-budget SF films I have seen in recent ...
Paul Levinson4 months ago
Review of 'I Thought You Would Last Forever'
I Thought You Would Last Forever - the English title of Ya dumal, ty budesh vsegda, a 2013 Russian feature-length time-travel romance, now streaming free with English subtitles on Amazon Prime -- is n...
Paul Levinson4 months ago
Review of 'The Cloverfield Paradox'
Well, there really wasn't any paradox in it (things going very wrong does not equate to paradox), and the story was at least much horror as science fiction, but The Cloverfield Paradox on Netflix was ...
Joseph Pecher4 months ago
The Next 'Planet of the Apes' Movie
On July 14th, 2017, War for the Planet of the Apes was released in theaters earning a staggering 490 million dollars at the box office. This is the third installment of the new Apes series. The movie,...
Paul Levinson4 months ago
Review of 'ARQ'
Hey, I recently watched ARQ—more than a year after it was first released on Netflix—a time-loop Groundhog Day meets I don't know, Terminator movie, about a couple in a facility near the end of the wor...
Paul Levinson4 months ago
Review of 'The Man from the Future'
This one's from Brazil, in Portuguese, from 2011, by way of Netflix in 2016, and I recently watched it as part of my time-travel movie and TV extravaganza. The Man from the Future - O Homem do Futuro ...
Donovan Barlow4 months ago
Scorecard Weekly - 'The Cloverfield Paradox'
Guess who’s back? Back again— That’s obviously a rhetorical question, but hey, I bet those lyrics are racing through your mind right now. You’re welcome! You guys know what we’re here to do though, so...
KJ Proulx4 months ago
'The Cloverfield Paradox' - Movie Review
The fact that Cloverfield even became a loose franchise boggles my mind. Back in 2008 when the original film was released, I saw it as a cool alien invasion flick with secrets that it wanted to keep h...
Victor Stiff4 months ago
'The Cloverfield Paradox' Review
In recent years, music industry PR gurus started a trend where they use ninja-like stealth to release surprise albums from major recording artists like Beyoncé and Rihanna. Their line of reasoning: As...
Paul Levinson5 months ago
Review of 'An Angel for May'
An Angel for May just showed up on Amazon Prime. I just saw it, and think of it as a YA (young adult) Outlander. Significantly—or not—the Melvin Burgess novel on which the 2002 movie is based was publ...
Paul Levinson5 months ago
'The Discovery'
The Discovery (2017, Netflix) is a strange, edgy, powerfully soft-spoken movie about a scientific attempt to find, map, and understand the afterlife. As such, it bears some resemblance to Kiefer Suthe...
Paul Levinson5 months ago
Review of 'The Time We're In'
Stopping time is a highly effective but not often used technique in the time-travel genre, rich in possibilities for mischief as well as the most profound changes in human life. Nicholson Baker's mast...
Evelyn Starr5 months ago
The Weirdest Sex Scenes in Sci-Fi History
Sci-fi is certainly not afraid of exploring areas of the human mind others would shy away from. Between the infamous and incestuous Star Wars kiss between Luke Skywalker and Princess Leia, and multipl...
Ryan Epps5 months ago
Expect More than the Unexpected at the 2018 Philip K. Dick Science Fiction Film Festival
It's almost—no, could it be? A dimension as vast as space and infinite as timelessness. It's the only known setting that actually beckons randomized oddities, without a single isotope of negative cyni...
Rich Monetti6 months ago
'Starship Troopers': The Book and Movie Complement Each Other Perfectly
Some gage the Paul Verhoeven adaptation of Starship Troopers as a brilliantly couched anti-war, anti-fascist statement, while others see no need to elevate this mindless 1997 B-movie slaughter. I’m wi...
Matthew Bailey6 months ago
7 Star Wars Plot Holes Finally Explained
Star Wars has become the largest generational film franchise, with sets of films bringing in audiences since the late '70s with the original trilogy starring Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, and Mark Ham...
A. Brooks6 months ago
Not All Sci-Fi Films Are Created Equal
*Warning: The following article contains spoilers* For decades, alien invasion movies have revolved around similar plot points—hostile alien race invades Earth to take over the planet, but gets defeat...