An indie sci-fi thriller that is in the best tradition of philosophical allegories — dressed up in visual eye candy.
A quintessential part of 1980s cinema, E.T. arrives in a stunning new 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray release from Universal for its 35 anniversary.
In what is ostensibly the final part of this funny and often heartfelt, action-filled comedy sci-fi anime series, Assassination Classroom closes out in the bottom half of season two with episodes 14-25 as the class finds out the truth behind their oddball alien teacher Koro Sensei as the destruction of the planet draws near. The […]
This parable about the pervasiveness social media and technology is a mediocre, poorly scripted sci-fi thriller that misuses its powerhouse cast.
Margaret Atwood’s classic dystopian novel is brought to television with riveting precision in this new Hulu original series.
A genius programmer is selected to evaluate the groundbreaking artificial intelligence in a beautiful female android in this spellbinding sci-fi thriller.
The highly anticipated live-action adaptation of this anime classic is finally here, but the film’s reliance on visual effects misses the anime’s philosophical questioning and therefore somewhat disappoints.
This Sundance entry’s strong cast of female leads can’t save its attempts at recreating B-horror of yesteryear from falling flat.
How does this innovative sci-fi comedy stack up 10 years later? We take a look courtesy of the new Funimation Blu-ray release.
This quick-paced action/comedy wraps up with the bottom half on Blu-ray from Funimation.