Coming Soon: The Predator [Trailer]

The blurb reads: From the outer reaches of space to the small-town streets of suburbia, the hunt comes home in Shane Black's explosive reinvention of the Predator series. Now, the universe's most lethal hunters are stronger, smarter and deadlier than ever before, having genetically upgraded themselves with DNA from other species. When a young boy... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Literature® – Big Brother is Writing

"What a lot of people don't appreciate these days is that as recently as the first half of the last century, what they called literature was a very, very different thing to the thing we have now. Almost no resemblance at all." - Literature® (Locations 26-27) The Plot From Amazon: Billy is a bookworm himself,... Continue Reading →

TropicalMary’s 10 Quotes of the Week – John Rockman and the Trials of Galactar

"The sound of the back of the control units whizzed and whirred, beeping brightly into John Rockman's cold pale eyes, but they were also stern, and so was his spaceship."  (p. 1) "Rockman sat in the chair and it groaned under his manly weight." (p. 5) "Suddenly a very primitive, yet indestructible net fell on... Continue Reading →

Game Review: Horizon Zero Dawn – Our old new future

Release Date: 2017 Developer(s): Guerilla Games Publisher(s): Sony Computer Entertainment Platforms: PS4 (Exclusive) When I saw the very first trailer for this third person action RPG, while watching Sony's E3 presentation in 2015, I was simultaneously intrigued and skeptical. The game looked sleek and fluid, if the trailer was to be believed, and the graphics were... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Pteromantyls – Are they Nars or are they Whals?

"The pteromantyl was about four feet long with large bat-like wings and olive green skin. Its legs were bird like, bending backwards at the knees. Its arms, torso and face were like a human’s, but with a beak for a nose and its head was pointed in the back with horse-like ears. It looked half... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: Red Billabong – Ma! He’s making eyes a me

  Genre: Horror/Action/Comedy Director: Luke Sparke Running Time: 113 Minutes "Mercy! Let my conscience guide me!" - Ma! He's making eyes at me, Lena Zavaroni The Plot An Indiana Jones wannabe. Two homoerotic brothers. One ancient monster. And a pond. I've watched a lot worse with a lot less information. This is all you need.... Continue Reading →

TBT Movie Review: Pitch Black – The Hunter Becomes the Hunted

Genre: Sci-Fi/Horror Director: David Twohy Running Time: 109 Minutes "You aren't afraid of the dark, are you?" Richard B. Riddick, Pitch Black The Plot While transporting cargo, passengers and one Richard B. Riddick (escaped convict, murderer), a commercial shipping vessel is caught in a comet storm. At least, that is what the surviving crew theorise. This... Continue Reading →

Book Review: In Lust with the Robot Lord – A Robot-Alien (D)Alliance

 "She moaned on the tentacle, slobbering and her spit running down her chin and down her body until Metalcock licked the spit that was bouncing off her big fat titties. - In Lust with the Robot Lord, Locations 121 The Plot I staged a dramatic reading of this sweaty, dripping, tissue. It became immediately apparent... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: Infinity Chamber (Somnio) – Things Fall Apart

Genre: Sci-Fi/Thriller Director: Travis Milloy Running Time: 103 Minutes “We're all islands shouting lies to each other across seas of misunderstanding.” ― Rudyard Kipling, The Light That Failed The Plot Set in our not too distant, dystopian future, Infinity Chamber follows Frank Lerner (Christopher Soren Kelly) after his arrest and detainment for a crime he doesn't... Continue Reading →

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