Reviewing the complete franchise, hope you enjoy it.
“Pitch Black” (2000)
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A transport ship, carrying 40 passengers and a prisoner, is forced to crash land on an unknown planet. Forced to deal with the aftermath of the crash and the escaped prisoner, the survivors discover that there is something far worse once the suns set. Continue reading “The Chronicles of Riddick (Series) – Film”
#6 of the 31 days of horror challenge. (These reviews will be more raw due to the nature of the challenge.)
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Raph and his partner, Max, are paid by a defense lawyer to kill the bad guys she represents when they’re found not guilty. Talked into working a weekend for an overtime bonus, they need to run errands and pick up supplies for Raph’s son’s birthday party while trying to finish their job. Continue reading “Overtime (2011) – Film”
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Galaxy Quest was a short lived sci-fi television series that developed a rabid cult following. There are now conventions dedicated to the show where fans get to cos-play and meet the actors who played their beloved characters. At one such convention, Jason Nesmith, who played Captain Peter Quincey Taggart, is approached by Aliens who have intercepted the crew’s “historical archives” and soon finds himself on a real space ship battling real aliens. Now he and his dysfunctional crew, must find a way save an entire species from annihilation. Continue reading “Galaxy Quest (1999) – Film”