‘Love, Death & Robots’ is More Than Just Your Average Anthology Show
Mar 25th '19

‘Love, Death & Robots’ is More Than Just Your Average Anthology Show

It’s hard to fit Netflix’s new anthology show titled Love, Death & Robots into a specific category. Its namesake might suggest overarching themes on the definition of humanity, empathy, and living packed into futuristic aesthetic and a tech-like world in comparison to other cyberpunk stories, such as Ghost in the Shell, Blade Runner, or The Matrix. […]

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The Strange Time Loop of Sci-Fi Films

The Strange Time Loop of Sci-Fi Films

On March 8th, Variety reported that Mackenzie Davis (Halt and Catch Fire and Blade Runner 2049) is in talks to star in a new Terminator film. The sixth film in the franchise, this installment will pick up where Terminator 2: Judgement Day left off. It will ignore the plots of the past three films and serve as a sort of reboot. […]

Mute: Netflix might have finally made a good movie

Mute: Netflix might have finally made a good movie

Since the streaming behemoth has begun it’s weekly barrage of original content, it’s hard to argue that they haven’t contributed to the uptick in quality TV over the last two years. I’m not a House Of Cards fan, but the first season was nails. Glow, Orange Is The New Black, Mindhunter, Ozark, all can easily […]