2010's, Action, James Cameron, Science Fiction, Thriller


2019 DIRECTOR: Tim Miller 70/100 A lot has been said about this film and indeed, the franchise's return as a whole. Following on from the soft, in more ways than one, reboot that was Terminator: Genisys back in 2015, this is one of those sequels which are really starting to piss me off! Not a… Continue reading TERMINATOR: DARK FATE (2019) – ANALYSIS & REVIEW

2010's, 3D, James Cameron, Science Fiction


2015 DIRECTOR: Alan Taylor CINEMA REVIEW May Contain Spoilers! Will we be adding this to our collection? YES 31 years later and the Terminator is till terminating. Yep, afraid so. Like the 1984 T-800, this terminator simply will not die. Arnie is back after having all but bailed out of the last attempted Terminator franchise… Continue reading TERMINATOR: GENISYS (3D)

7 Candles, 8 Candles, James Cameron, Science Fiction


2009 DIRECTOR: McG May Contain Spoilers! Six years after the intended opening act of a new post-apocalyptic trilogy, taking the events of the first three Terminator movies into new territory, it is time to take a fresh look at what would soon become a failed attempt and a movie which is now looked upon with… Continue reading TERMINATOR: SALVATION

1960's, 7 Candles, James Cameron, TV


1964 To start with, it is very rare for us to review a TV show or film, but doubly so to take on just a single episode. But this is a special case. The Outer Limits episode "Soldier" is closely tied into to The Terminator (1984) and along with the later episode, A Demon With… Continue reading THE OUTER LIMITS: SOLDIER

10 Candles, 1980's, James Cameron, Science Fiction


Film Of The Month for this July is the 1984 classic The Terminator. Why not Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991) you may ask? Well, it is a tie but the tie-breaker was simply that you can not have T2 without the ingenious and surprise hit that The Terminator (1984) was in the first place. A similar paradox to… Continue reading FILM OF THE MONTH ~ JULY 2015

10 Candles, 1990's, Action, James Cameron, Science Fiction


1991 - THEATRICAL VERSION 1991/1993 - SPECIAL EDITION 1991/1993/2008 - EXTENDED SPECIAL EDITION DIRECTOR: James Cameron May Contain Spoilers! The Future Coda: That is one of the two added scenes which make up the Extended Special Edition of Terminator 2: Judgment Day. Only available on the Skynet Edition of the Blu-ray, this additional version is a… Continue reading TERMINATOR 2: JUDGMENT DAY

10 Candles, 1980's, Action, James Cameron, Science Fiction


1984 DIRECTOR: James Cameron May Contain Spoilers! Isn't James Cameron a genius! Often given credit for his original story for The Terminator, so many forget that it was actually the much early work of Science Fiction, a script by Harlan Ellison, which is claimed to have served as inspiration for this classic 1980's and franchise starting… Continue reading THE TERMINATOR

1920's, 1950's, 1960's, 1970's, 1980's, 1990's, Action, Adventure, Article, Christopher Nolan, Drama, Epic, Fantasy, Horror, J.J. ABRAMS, James Cameron, Nicholas Meyer, Planet Of The Apes, Ridley Scott, Romance, Science Fiction, Star Trek, Star Wars, Steven Spielberg, The Matrix, Thriller, War


With Star Trek's twelfth feature film coming to cinema's tomorrow, this is as good a time as any to review what I consider to be the top twenty Science Fiction movies of all time. This genre is too large to truly cover in such a small feature but here are my top movies so read the list and let the… Continue reading TOP 20 SCI-FI FILMS OF ALL TIME

10 Candles, 1990's, 2010's, 3D, 9 Candles, Drama, Epic, Historical, James Cameron, Romance


1997/2012 2D Version 3D Version DIRECTOR: James Cameron May Contain Spoilers! 101 years ago today, at approximately 2:20 am, The R.M.S. Titanic sunk with the loss of over 1,500 lives and was set become the most notorious maritime disaster in history. It was also to become a prolific subject for movie-makers almost from day one,… Continue reading TITANIC 3D

2000's, 3D, Article, James Cameron


Contains Spoilers!!! Last Sunday, my stepson put Avatar (2009) on the TV. He is eight years old. His attention soon moved to other things and I spent the next two and a half hours watching the Theatrical Cut of the film. I have also recently completed the Avatar collection, a strange term for just ONE film,… Continue reading OFF THE CLIFF: THE AVATAR EFFECT