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Forbidden Planet (1956) | The invisible menace on Altair IV stalks again in HD

William Shakespeare’s The Tempest gets relocated to the distant planet of Altair IV in MGM’s cult classic 1956 sci-fi, Forbidden Planet, which screens tonight on BBC2 (and in HD) at the very late time of 12.35am. 229 more words

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New York and the Movies

I watch a lot of science fiction movies because I like the genre. By doing so, I have come to the conclusion that the one city you do not want to live in, in the science fiction/super hero world, is New York City. 276 more words


Jules Verne explores the human sub-conscious

Journey to the Center of the Earth (1959) is really a journey to the center of ourselves.  It’s really as simple as that.  It’s an exploration of the brain and Jules Verne takes us there in colorful allegory.   654 more words

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Life after love..

Forget the cheesy Cher reference and understand the statement. 

I think I might be ready to fall in love now.

I think I have waited long enough. 456 more words


Rental: Impostor

This is a movie I chose after swimming in the monotony of my streaming service. You know how that goes, millions of movies that you’ve never heard of. 167 more words


INTERSTELLAR (2014) - Science Fiction at its Best

Movie Review:  INTERSTELLAR (2014)


Michael Arruda


INTERSTELLAR, the latest film by writer/director Christopher Nolan of THE DARK KNIGHT trilogy fame is an instant classic, not only one of the best movies of the year, but also destined to be one of the all-time classic science fiction films ever made.  1,211 more words

Movie review: Errors of the Human Body [2012]

102 minutes
Directed by Eron Sheean
Starring Michael Eklund, Karoline Herfurth, Tómas Lemarquis

Is it possible to have mad science without a mad scientist?  551 more words

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