Tag Archives: Space

Outland (1981) Review

As stated in my “About Alex” section, my appreciation for film was jump started at a tender age by my mom, who was fortunate enough to be alive during the two best decades in the history of cinema, the 70’s … Continue reading

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MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE Review

Master of the Universe (MOTU for short) is a movie I remember fondly from my childhood.  It was the kind of film you would see played on TBS and WB channels on a Saturday or Sunday afternoon, usually buried in … Continue reading

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Splinter directed by Toby Wilkins

Splinter, an independent horror film that’s been getting a serious amount of buzz lately, deserves every bit of the flurry of interest it’s creating and then some.  Sure, it owes A LOT to its forefathers, most notably John Carpenter’s The … Continue reading

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