Movie Review: Idaho Transfer’s environmental message still resonates today

Capt. Xerox August 5, 2021 32 No Comments

Idaho Transfer

Climate change is an existential crisis for mankind, but transporting people into the future probably wouldn’t be a great idea because it’s not going to solve the problem, but will instead just strand them in a time when things are worse than they are now. And yet, that’s the central premise of Idaho Transfer, a… Read more »

Movie Review: Monster a Go-Go is doo doo

Capt. Xerox July 16, 2021 64 2 Comments

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There are many sci-fi movies competing for the title of “worst movie ever.” Depending on who you ask, Plan 9 From Outer Space, Manos: The Hands of Fate or Robot Monster deserve the title, but you could make a good argument that Monster a Go-Go is the worst of them all and it isn’t even… Read more »

Movie Review: Someone call the exterminator for Invasion of the Bee Girls

Capt. Xerox May 2, 2021 225 No Comments

Invasion of the Bee Girls

With an infinite supply of pornography available to anyone with an internet connection, the concept of the sexploitation movie these days seems quaint, but in the 1960s and 70s, there was a steady parade of titillating films for the non-discerning movie-goer. Invasion of the Bee Girls is a classic example. This 1973 movie tells the… Read more »

Movie Review: Who wants to watch Virus in the middle of a pandemic?

Capt. Xerox March 23, 2021 97 No Comments

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Movies like Virus have been all the rage during the past year as we are all fascinated to see how deadly diseases are portrayed on the big screen and how they compare to what we’re experiencing during the COVID-19 pandemic. And maybe we’re hoping to see a happy ending, not knowing if we’re going to… Read more »

Movie Review: Go wild with World Gone Wild

Capt. Xerox March 8, 2021 380 No Comments

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I love the idea of setting The Seven Samurai in the Mad Max universe, and while it seems that World Gone Wild attempts such a fusion, it’s doesn’t quite pull it off. Even though this 1988 post-apocalyptic movie doesn’t quite live up to either of the aforementioned classics, it is not without redeeming qualities. Set… Read more »

Movie Review: In the Year 2889 has nothing to do with Jules Verne

Capt. Xerox January 28, 2021 405 No Comments

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Science fiction fans might be familiar with the title In the Year 2889¬†because it’s the name of one of Jules Vernes’ lesser-known stories of the fantastic, but the creative work reviewed here that shares the same name is nothing more than a hokey TV movie about a motley cast of characters that survive a nuclear… Read more »