A considerably improved installment in the ‘Into The Dark’ anthology series that poses some questions about what makes us human
An ironically two-dimensional indie sci-fi comedy about a group of sexy women from a parallel universe pitching a mating game.
A small village in California becomes the epicenter of a global alien invasion in this 1950s sci-fi classic based on the H.G. Wells novel.
Brie Larson helps make Marvel’s namesake superhero not only credible but expressly human.
A cyberpunk epic with spectacular 3DCG and motion capture visual effects set in a dystopian future.
Malcolm McDowell puts on a powerful performance in this thought-provoking and visually engaging ’70s classic.
Visually striking, filled with symbolism, and a score culled from the world of classic and contemporary (at the time) classical music, ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ has become one of the must-see entries in the classic film canon.
‘Glass’ is a fitting end to this trilogy of non-traditional heroes/villains living in the real world.
This moody new Netflix film has some fine acting but fails to deliver a concrete supernatural thriller
DC Universe brings back its water-drenched warrior Aquaman in the story of his origins as Arthur Curry who engages in a quest for the subterranean kingdom of Atlantis.