So we've seen how the forces of alien and man fare against a deadly Predator, but how will we defend against its similarly intentioned (and named)counterpart, Hunter? From the studio that brought you The Da Vinci Treasure, Snakes on a Train, and 30,000 Leagues Under the Sea (that's 10,000 leagues under its more popular rival!) comes Alien vs. Hunter (coming, oddly enough, straight to DVD). I'm not sure it will be on as many top ten lists as I Am Omega, but it looks at least on par with Transmorphers.
From the IMDB comes the sad realization of Death Blade: "I thought I was going to watch something like AvP." Weren't we all, Death Blade. Weren't we all.
I know everyone is excited about Terminator Salvation, but let's not hastily disregard all the other upcoming films with the word "Terminator" in their titles. Asylum Entertainment's The Terminators, for instance. Their Terminator content is pluralized, so you do the math. Here... / Continue →
It's like Jakob the Liar, only without the hilarious antics of Robin Williams, and still with Liev Schreiber for some reason. Also, the construction of a primitive forest society may tempt you compare aspects to Return of the Jedi's forest moon of Endor, but you'll regret that ... / Continue →
It makes perfect sense that, presented with a contagious, deadly virus, mankind may be forced to take the inhumane route of quarantining those infected (and Scotland seems like as good a place as any). Where I start to question the plot to Doomsday is when it's revealed that, h... / Continue →