Science Fiction

Tooth & Nail

Thursday, June 23rd, 2011 by Perfesser Deviant

Tooth & Nail   tooth and nail 01 81x120 sci fi reviews horror action Director: Mark Young
: Mark Young
Release Year
: 2007

Red Rover, Red Rover, You Got Blood All Over….

So, peak oil has peaked and mankind was unable to figure out what to do about it so the world went all West Virginia on us. Darwin (Robert Carradine) leads a group that doesn’t understand that survival of the fittest means, that they actually all need to work hard. The group – who dwell in a hospital – admit a new member, Neon (Rachel Miner). A current member – Viper (Michael Kelly) – leaves while pretty Dakota (Nicole DuPort) and Nova the “retard” (Emily Catherine Young) remain with the rest. Then, as is often the case with post-apocalyptic worlds, the lowlifes show up and bring their sharp things that they use for cutting and culling and even flensing.


UFO Race

Wednesday, July 22nd, 2009 by Vomitron

UFO Race   UFO poster 92x120 sci fi reviews comedy Director: Andrea Ricca
Writer: Andrea Ricca
Release year: 2009

Aliens like to drag

An unsuspecting driver gets challenged to a drag race by a bunch of bored aliens visiting earth.


Under The Skin

Tuesday, June 17th, 2014 by Vomitron

Under The Skin   Under The Skin poster 81x120 thriller reviews sci fi reviews horror drama Director: Jonathan Glazer
Writers: Jonathan Glazer and Walter Campbell, based on the novel by Michel Faber
Release year: 2013

Almost human, yet far from.

A sexually attractive, irresistible woman roams the nightly deserted city streets and desolate countryside highways, picking up unsuspecting hitchhikers with her van. The ride they accept, will seal their fate. But for which purpose?


Village Of The Damned

Tuesday, March 18th, 2014 by J. Luis Rivera

Village Of The Damned   village of the damned poster 01 75x120 sci fi reviews horror Director: Wolf Rilla
Writers: Stirling Silliphant, Wolf Rilla and Ronald Kinnoch, based on a novel by John Wyndham
Realease year: 1960

Village Of The Damned   Offscreen 2014 minilogo sci fi reviews horror These kids aren’t alright at all!

In the small countryside town of Midwich, the whole population suddenly embraces an unnatural sleep. When they wake up shortly after, life just seems to go back to normal as if nothing happened. Until two months later, when all fertile women in the area have become pregnant.



Tuesday, March 11th, 2014 by C. John Archer

Xtro   xtro vhs 70x120 sci fi reviews horror Director: Harry Bromley Davenport
Michel Parry, Harry Bromley Davenport, Iain Cassie and Robert Smith
Release year:

Xtro   Offscreen 2014 minilogo sci fi reviews horror And boom goes the womb, tonight!

After being abducted by aliens three years earlier Sam (Phillip Sayer) returns to earth and reunites himself with his wife Rachel (Bernice Stegers) and son Tony (Simon Nash). While Sam was away Rachel moved on with her life and started seeing Joe (Danny Brainin) and after the arrival of Sam at the couples flat Joe begins to suspect that Sam is not all that he appears to be.