Tag Archives: sci-fi

Logan transcends the “superhero movie”

Much has been said about Logan. Many have praised it, discussed its R-rating, and noted that it’s Hugh Jackman’s last turn as a character he’s played for the past seventeen years. The trailers for this film raised my hopes high … Continue reading

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It is my pleasure to announce that the Kindle store is now sporting two more of my short stories! One is a sci-fi story, and the other’s horror. I’m pretty darn happy with the way these turned out, so give … Continue reading

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Chronicle (2012) review

Chronicle is proof that superhero movies don’t have to be same-old, same-old. No one in the film wears a cape or tights. There’s no cartoonish villain or token girlfriend to rescue. These are real kids, acting and talking like real … Continue reading

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Moon: An Existential Sci-Fi Thriller

Article first published as Movie Review: Moon – An Existential Sci-fi Thriller on Blogcritics. Moon is a stark, somber tale, simultaneously simple and complex. The film is simple in that the characters can be counted on one hand. The film … Continue reading

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