Alien Trespass??? Want to giggle, scream and enjoy a Retro SCI-FI film, below is the snippet of what to expect.
On Friday, April 3, Roadside Attractions will release ALIEN TRESPASS
iscifi.tv live show recorded on 14-Feb-2008 at BYU for the 26th annual:
Life the Universe and Everything: The Marion K. “DOC” Smith symposium on science fiction and Fantasy.
We had a great time with the fans and guest and recorded our show at BYU, original air date 14-feb-2008
We had a special interview with Fantasy author Brandon Sanderson.
author of ‘Alcatraz Versus The Evil Librarians’, ‘Mistborn 2 : The Well of Ascension’, ‘Mistborn 3 :The Hero Of Ages’
Brandon is a very talented author and knows his work material quite well also.
For more information on Brandon visit his website at
John Rambo. Aka Rambo 4, aka The guy getting too old to keep doing this crap.
Starring Sylvester ‘Rocky’ Stallone and a body count that numbered in the 100s.
John Rambo looks like crap, he is just too old, pudgy but still able to kick some ass. He is back in Asia (Thailand) living as a loner with bandits and the like in the jungles that he just could care less that they exited. He is hired by a group of missionaries to take them up river to save villagers that are being killed in games of death by a group of miltary wana-bes that are only there to kill.
Of course what Rambo movie would it be if we didn’t have heads blow off, limbs removed and guts spilling. With Rambo you get it all and some. This movie is overly violent, and blood flows free in in Thailand when it comes to Rambo. I would not expect anything less from Rambo, and although Stallone directed and co-wrote this movie , his dialog is non Rambo. He is like a silent killer with a big head, dude his head looks two times the size of normal humans!
John Rambo gets 2 stars and is Rated R: for you guessed it . Gore, violence , explosions, torture, rape, language .
CLOVERFIELD MOVIE REVIEW
A bunch of 20somethings in New York throw a going away party for Rob ( Michaael Stahl-David ). During the party all hell breaks loose in the city from a loud bang, the head of the Statue of Liberity flying down the road to several other events that may just bring the city to its knees.
The movie is told through a video camera that was found in Cloverfield aka New York’s Central Park. The opening scene in the movies give you the images from the camera that was ‘found’ near the incident area of Cloverfield , as if we were watching what the government found first time. Be warned since this movie was filmed with handheld camera, just like your home movie, the shaking of the camera, the closeup to wide angle changes will give you a bad case of veritgo or even flu like symptoms. I suggest sitting at least 10 rows back, if not up higher in a theater that offers stadium seating.
Our heroes of this movie, is mankind. We do not know where this creature came from, but we know through the eyes of the camera, its just scary as hell to be in New York. This creature eats building, people, tanks and only gets more aggressive when the military comes after it. With the wild camera movement, you see what looks like smaller versions of the creature that are akin to Starship Troopers bugs, or spideras from 8 Legged Freaks. Either way, they will bit you and you will die with massive hemorrhages , well who wouldn’t after getting bit by a critter 80% you body size.
The hype this movie got was so similar to 1989’s Batman, and I give the PR company and the production company and A+ on their marketing of this film. For months we asked ourself what the heck is Cloverfield. No after the movie I’m still asking myself that!
I would epected this movie to fair well aside from the sea-sickness you might get. When this movie hits the home market on DVD, HdDVD/Blueray it should fair well , since the handheld camera should translate well to the home market.
Overall I give this movie 2.5 stars. Wish we had move time to address some of the relationship issues in this film, or to see another retrospective of this film e.g. photo’s or footage from other witnesses.
Cloverfield is Rated pg-13. For scenes of mayhem, language, violence, terror, disturbing images.