Science Fiction

A Boy and his Dog

Saturday, March 7th, 2009 by Coventry

A Boy and his Dog   dvd 85x120 sci fi reviews drama comedy DirectorL.Q. Jones
WriterL.Q. Jones and Wayne Cruseturner based on a story by Harlan Ellison
Release Year1975

Dog Day After-Apocalypse

A Boy and his Dog   offscreen 2009 mini logo sci fi reviews drama comedy In a post-nuke setting, a young Don Johnson (!) and his talking dog (!!!) are roaming the wastelands, in search for food and women. Just when you thought you’ve seen it all in this dry & dusty genre, A Boy and his Dog come along…


Apocalypse and the Beauty Queen

Monday, June 29th, 2009 by Perfesser Deviant

Apocalypse and the Beauty Queen   apocbeaut poster 83x120 sci fi reviews horror Director: Thomas Smugala
Writer: James Dean Schulte & Thomas Smugala
Release Year: 2005

When the going gets tough the tough get a beauty queen.

Society goes down the tubes and only former beauty queen Amber Bathory (Beverly Hynds) has the sheer force of will needed to keep things going in her small, frigid community. She makes great efforts to make a show of helping out the less fortunate, many of whom follow her because she’s attractive, but really, she’s a monster. You see, like her namesake Elizabeth Báthory, Amber has a nasty habit of bathing in the blood of her serving girls to keep her youth. Things start to go wrong when her servants, sick of her increasing delusional megalomania decide that it might be time to retire her….


Attack of the Killer Tomatoes!

Monday, February 15th, 2010 by Perfesser Deviant

Attack of the Killer Tomatoes!    Attack of the Killer Tomatoes poster 2 84x120 sci fi reviews horror comedy Director: John De Bello
: John De Bello, C.J. Dillon, Steve Peace & Rick Rockwell
Release Year
: 1978


Tomatoes have turned evil and are eating people. Jim Richardson (George Wilson) is charged to stop this menace and so brings in Mason Dixon (David Miller) and his team, led by Lt. Wilbur Finletter (Rock Peace), to do the deed. Cub reporter Lois Fairchild (Sharon Taylor) gets involved trying to warn the public about the horrors, but instead becomes a part of everything. If this sounds stupid, it is absolutely stupid, cheerfully and gleefully stupid, so stupid that it votes for the Silly Party candidate, and, as such, is a really fun farce….


Basilisk: The Serpent King

Thursday, May 26th, 2011 by Perfesser Deviant

Basilisk: The Serpent King   Basilisk The Serpent King poster 80x120 sci fi reviews horror Director: Stephen Furst
: Wil McCarthy & Chase Parker
Release Year
: 2006

Stoned snake.

Archeologist Dr. Harry McColl (Jeremy London) and his team Rudy (Griff Furst) and Sierra (Sarah Skeeters) dig up a rockfall and find a bunch of statues – including a basilisk statue – as well as a golden rod with a jewel on top. Back in the states, Harry meets new faculty Rachel Donegal (Wendy Carter) right before he attends the opening of the exhibit of the dig finds. The opening is emceed by Professor Carlton (Stephen Furst) and attended by benefactors Brock (Doug Dearth) and Hannah (Yancy Butler), but is not particularly successful when the basilisk suddenly returns to life and attacks.


Deadly Friend

Saturday, August 8th, 2009 by Perfesser Deviant

Deadly Friend   deadly friend poster 64x120 sci fi reviews horror Director: Wes Craven
Writer: Bruce Joel Rubin based on a novel by Diana Henstell
Release Year: 1986

Boys will be boys and girls will be robots.

Young nerd Paul Conway (Matthew Laborteaux) moves to a new town for school to work on his robot and meets cute girl-next-door Samantha Pringle (Kristy Swanson). Because of a close encounter with professional paranoid crazy lady Elvira Parker (Anne Ramsey) Paul’s life takes an unfortunate turn. Eventually, Paul’s robot BB (annoyingly voiced by Charles Fleischer) and Samantha get a little closer together than anyone could have wished….