Summer 2013 may have saved the best for last as the Cornetto Trilogy ends in hilarious and over the top fashion in The World’s End. Zach and Chris weigh in.
Neill Blomkamp follows up District 9 with another sci fi action movie, Elysium. Can it live up to the expectations set by that spectacular debut?
When an accident at the factory he works at gives him only five days to live, blue collar worker Max straps on an exo skeleton and heads off to infiltrate the space station Elysium, where the technology enjoyed by the wealthy could save his life, if he can survive the fight to it.
Christian Slater leads a team of military personnel on a moon base when a meteor storm bombards the base and may have brought something alien with them that starts infecting the crew in the upcoming sci fi/horror movie, Stranded.
Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon is a game that seems to be made just for us at Everything Action, full of references to 80’s action and sci fi movies, a ridiculous plot and Michael Biehn. If you haven’t checked it out yet or on the fence about getting it, here are five reasons you should get it immediately.
The original novel of Ender’s Game is considered a sci fi classic by many and it seems like the upcoming movie version wants to compete head to head with The Hunger Games, despite their drastically different tones and themes.
Starship Troopers is available, in full, thanks to Crackle. Would you like to know more?
Tom Cruise stars in the post apocalyptic, sci fi epic Oblivion, coming next year from Tron: Legacy director Joseph Kosinski.
If you love smart, exciting time travel movies, Looper is a must watch, despite a couple of nitpicks with the pace and plot.
The latest from Rian Johnson, of Brick and The Brothers Bloom, Looper follows hitman Joseph Gordon Levitt, who takes out targets from the future but finds his future self, played by Bruce Willis, sent back in time for him to kill.