An atmospheric and absolutely terrifying horror film that lingers in silence but never gets dull
Based on the classic 1980s video game, Rampage is just as much of an over-the-top action spectacle as one would expect.
A slow starter that picks up pace in the second half, this latest addition to DC’s television universe has lots of potential for a second season.
This 25th Anniversary collection of Jurassic Park packs a wallop with its awesome DTS:X audio mixes, fantastic UHD with HDR restorations and special features bursting at the seams.
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom delivers great special effects, a so-so storyline, and another lead-in to the next film in the franchise.
Paramount delivers a reference quality reissue of this uneven entry in the Terminator franchise, but it’s one that is still popcorn-worthy.
A biologically implanted chip help’s a technophobe seek revenge after he suffers a tragedy in this mind-blowing popcorn sci-fi thriller.
Despite its widely known production woes, ‘Solo’ is a ‘Star Wars’ spin-off that delivers Han Solo’s backstory and never fails to entertain with a pulse-pounding plot, great ‘droids.
HBO has given us a rather lame makeover of Ray Bradbury’s dystopian sci-fi classic that adds modern elements that fail to make much of a dramatic impact, and only confuse an already befuddled storyline.
‘Annihilation’ is one of those cerebral sci-fi thrillers that will require multiple viewings to uncover its multiple layers, but will ultimately go down as one of the best in the genre’s history