Tuesday, December 19, 2017

Keith the Critic Movie Reviews - Murder on the Orient Express

This movie is a remake of the original Agatha Christie novel.  It's the fourth time the movie has been made - first in 1974, again in 2001, and previously in 2010.  This version features an all-star cast.

Keith the Critic Movie Reviews - Wonder

Wonder stars Julia Roberts as Isabel Pullman and Owen Wilson as her husband, Nate. They have two children: Olivia, who is played by Izabela Vidovic, and August, who is played by Jacob Tremblay. Auggie, as he is known, was born with a facial deformity and has been through many surgeries. Still he likes to wear a helmet in public to avoid the stares.

Monday, December 11, 2017

Keith the Critic Movie Reviews - Justice League

When danger is so great, you can't go it alone.  You need friends...super friends.  Then you form the "Justice League".

Saturday, December 9, 2017

Keith the Critic Movie Reviews - Roman Israel, Esq.

Denzel Washington plays Roman Israel who is a lawyer. Roman believes in standing up for what is right and has spent his life developing briefs that he hopes will one day change how the justice system works. He works tirelessly in a small two-man law firm and is happy to be second fiddle and not seen.

Saturday Horror Cinema - Body Bags

Who doesn't love a good anthology film?  Well, zip yourself up tight, because we are sharing with you..."Body Bags"!

Keith the Critic Movie Reviews - Lady Bird

Life as a teenage girl with her mother can be a struggle.  Ask anyone that has a daughter.  However, we all must remember that little girl we used to know has grown into a "Lady Bird".

Friday, December 8, 2017

Sci-Friday Matinee - Mythica: A Quest for Heroes

There comes a time when a hero must make a stand.  A time when evil threatens the world.  That time is set in "Mythica".

Monday, December 4, 2017

Keith the Critic Movie Reviews - Blade Runner 2049

Keith the Critic gives us a review to one of the most highly anticipated films of the decade.  "Blade Runner 2049.

Keith the Critic Movie Reviews - Mother

Mothers are wonderful.  However, was this "Mother" a good thing?  Keith the Critic reviews this thriller.

Keith the Critic Movie Reviews - American Made

Sometimes, being made in America is a good thing.  Sometimes, as Keith the Critic reviews, "American Made" could be a little dangerous.

Sunday, December 3, 2017

Keith the Critic Movie Reviews - Kingsman: The Golden Circle

When it comes to covert operations...we don't do very well.  However, Keith the Critic not-so-covertly has a reviewed "Kingsman: The Golden Circle".

Keith the Critic Movie Reviews - American Assassin

When it comes to movie reviews, Keith the Critic kills it.  Speaking of which, here is his review of "American Assassin".

Keith the Critic Movie Reviews - Home Again

Sometimes, you just want to go home.  Sometimes, you need to go home.  Either way, when you get there, check out this review by Keith the Critic on "Home Again".

Friday, December 1, 2017

Keith the Critic Movie Reviews - The Mountain Between Us

Keith the Critic doesn't let a mountain get between him and his reviews of movies.  Just as in this film the main protagonists don't let a silly mountain stand in their way in "The Mountain Between Us".

Keith the Critic Movie Reviews - Only the Brave

When disaster strikes, there are men and women that risk life and limb to protect not only people, but nature itself.  Keith the Critic reviews "Only the Brave".

Sci-Fi Matinee - Cherry 2000

In the future, companionship doesn't require you to find someone that you are compatible with.  You can just program the individual to be your perfect match.  All thanks to sophisticated android technology!  Such as "Cherry 2000".

Saturday, November 25, 2017

Saturday Horror Cinema - Wishmaster

You know the old adage.  Be careful what you wish for.  Wishes that are left "vague" and up to interpretation can lead to pain and suffering.  Either for you, or others.  A lesson that is all to prevalent thanks to the..."Wishmaster".

Friday, November 24, 2017

Retro Gaming Nerds - AtGames Sega Genesis Flashback - A Review

The 2017 SEGA Genesis Flashback model has been out for about a couple months now, and we finally got our hands on one.  Time for a review.

Saturday, November 18, 2017

Saturday Horror Cinema - Nightbreed

From the mind of Clive Barker, we are treated to an underworld filled with hellish creatures.  However, looks can be deceiving.  Beyond the realm of the light there is the "Nightbreed".

Friday, November 17, 2017

Sci-Friday Matinee - The Man that Fell to Earth

In 1976, David Bowie was a rising star.  So much so that he was picked up to star in an edgy, and radically influential film.  A film that was an allegory of modern corporate business of the time.  He was a man that came to earth in search of water.  He was "The Man that Fell to Earth."

Saturday, November 4, 2017

Saturday Horror Cinema - The Cave

Ever want to go cave diving?  Well, remember the fact that you can potentially stumble upon an ecosystem untouched by surface dwellers.  Sometimes, that ecosystem could be made up of an ancient species that is hungry for fresh prey.  Remember that when you enter...The Cave.

Friday, November 3, 2017

Sci-Friday Matinee - AIR

Air is what we breathe, but what if it was all unbreathable and toxic?  Welcome to the near future when the last of humanity sleep until the day comes when the air is safe again.  Introducing this weeks film, "Air".

Monday, October 30, 2017

Retro Gaming Nerds Presents - The Atari Lynx

1989.  It was the end of a decade, and the gaming scene was evolving.  8-bit was giving way to a new wave of 16-bit consoles.  However, gamers were wanting to take the fun on the road.  Nintendo introduced the Game Boy in the summer of 1989, but Atari was quickly on their tail with their own portable system that was technically superior.  It was...The Atari Lynx.

Saturday, October 28, 2017

Saturday Horror Cinema - Attack of the Killer Tomatoes

Oh, the 1970's.  A time when films were getting edgier, grittier, and more tomato-y...huh?  What happens when you mess with the genetics of tomatoes?  Well, you get...The Attack of the Killer Tomatoes!

Friday, October 27, 2017

Sci-Friday Matinee - Fire and Ice

Fire and Ice is a classic animated film from Ralph Bakshi.  It is a bold film using amazing animation, and adult themes.  A film only the 1980's can provide!

Saturday, July 22, 2017

Saturday Horror Cinema - The Little Shop of Horrors

Ever go into your local flower shop, and wonder just how do they grow so being?  How they grow to be so beautiful?  Well, sometimes it is what you feed the planet, like in the 1960 classic "The Little Shop of Horrors".

Friday, July 21, 2017

Sci-Friday Matinee - Death Race 2000

CROSS COUNTRY ROAD TRIP!  Well, not exactly.  You may want to stay in your home, and avoid this event because it is "Death Race 2000"!

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

AtariBox - Why Atari Has an Uphill Battle

So, I am going to jump on to this right quick.

AtariBox. Yeah, I am excited about the potential of the device. However, I am with bated breath due the Coleco debacle. As many are, with good reason. Something of a missed discussion opportunity is the issue of whether it is wise to even get into the hardware scene in today's very crowded market.

Why I bring this up? Well...

Saturday, July 15, 2017

Saturday Horror Cinema - Leviathan

The 80's brought us a LOT of cramped horror films set on underwater subs, and spaceships.  This weeks film is much like Deepstar Six.  Released in 1989, we present to you "Leviathan".

Friday, July 14, 2017

Sci-Friday Matinee - The Phantom

Back in the 90's, when Batman was starting to annoy comic book fans, studios clamoured to find a fresh new franchise to build off of.  One such franchise that didn't take off is considered a fun romp from 1996.  That film is "The Phantom".

Saturday, July 8, 2017

Saturday Horror Cinema - Stigmata

Religion is a powerful tool.  It can be so powerful, that it moves you.  Sometimes, that faith can be so strong that you experience paranormal events that can be painful.  This is what is called the "Stigmata".

Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Fan Theory Time - Grindelwald is Voldemort's Father!?

How much do we really know about Tom Riddle Sr.? Not really a whole lot to know, is there?  I have a theory with a little bit of information that points to Gellert Grindelwald and Tom Riddle Sr. being one and the same.  Thus making Grindelwald Voldemort's father!

Why do I suggest this? Well, keep reading!

Sunday, July 2, 2017

Retro Gaming Nerds Presents - The Game Boy

The Nintendo Game Boy.  The handheld gaming platform that was intended to revolutionize the industry, and lead the way to a new way to play games.

Saturday, July 1, 2017

Saturday Horror Cinema - Ghoulies

Ah, 1985.  It was a good year.  I don't remember a lot about it, but it had to have been a good year.  The year before we all got "Gremlins", which then spawned a series of copycat films, all with their own twist.  One of the better ones?  "Ghoulies".

Friday, June 30, 2017

Sci-Friday Matinee - Slipstream

Mark Hamill is a staple of Sci-Fi.  Even low budget Sci-Fi.  Ben Kingsley has had his share, too.  However, they came together in this 1989, "Slipstream".

Saturday, June 24, 2017

Saturday Horror Cinema - The Last Man on Earth (1964)

In 1964, Vincent Price gave us a view into a world that was ravaged by a disease that mutated the living populace of the world into ravenous vampires.  All the while he searched for a cure in the film "The Last Man on Earth".

Friday, June 23, 2017

Sci-Friday Matinee - Barbarella

This week, albeit a bit late (sorry about that), we are going a bit further back than usual.  How far back?  1968's "Barbarella".  Be advised, this film is NOT appropriate for all ages.

Monday, June 19, 2017

The AtariBox: What is the Best Route?

Nothing is currently known about the recently "announced" AtariBox.  So little is known, we haven't even seen what the console looks like.  We aren't even sure if AtariBox is the actual name of it.  Regardless of what we know, here is what we think Atari needs to do.

Saturday, June 17, 2017

Saturday Horror Cinema - Bubba Ho-Tep

Hope your weekend has been a good one.  One to...die for!  Get yourself for this weeks Saturday Horror Cinema post...Bubba Ho-Tep!

Saturday, June 3, 2017

Saturday Horror Cinema - Chopping Mall

Saturday Horror Cinema has an urge.  An urge to shop!  Where should we go, though?  Wait, I know...let's go to the "Chopping Mall!"

Friday, June 2, 2017

Sci-Friday Matinee - Lifeforce

This weeks Sci-Friday Matinee brings to you a vampire story from beyond the stars.  Released in 1989, and starring Patrick Stewart, it's "Lifeforce".

Tuesday, May 30, 2017


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