Category: science fiction

REVIEW: Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018)

Some days it seems like the Marvel Cinematic Universe keeps rushing onto the screen like the Hong Kong subway; wait a few minutes, and a fresh train is going to come along. Having already found enormous critical and commercial success with Black Panther and Avengers: Infinity War, Marvel Studios have released what is technically their fifth feature film ...

REVIEW: Tag (2015)

For a while there Sion Sono really seemed to be out to claim the title of Japan's busiest film director. While he has slowed down in recent years, in 2015 he managed to knock out five feature films and a TV movie all in the space of 12 months: All Esper Dayo! SP, Shinjuku Swan, Love ...

REVIEW: Godzilla (1984)

Thirty years after the giant monster Godzilla terrorised the people of Tokyo, the invincible beast returns. After Godzilla destroys a Soviet nuclear submarine Japan finds itself caught between both Cold War super-powers, as both the USA and the USSR threaten to launch a nuclear strike on Japanese soil to eliminate Godzilla once and for all. ...

REVIEW: Beowulf (1999)

The mysterious warrior Beowulf (Christopher Lambert) arrives at a castle under siege. The surrounding soldiers kill anyone that attempts to leave. Inside, King Hrothgar (Oliver Cotton) leads a diminishing band of fighters against the monster Grendel. After joining the fight Beowulf slowly discovers the truth behind Grendel's origins, and grows closer to Hrothgar's daughter Kyra ...