10 Epic Movies Like Maze Runner, The Death Cure You Need To Watch ! — filmybrain.com

1)The Hunger Games (IMDB: 7.2) 2)The Mortal: Instrument City Of Bones (IMDB: 5.9) 3)The Fifth Wave (IMDB: 5.2) 4)The Island (IMDB: 6.8) 5)The Host (IMDB: 7.1) 6)The Giver (IMDB: 6.5) 7)Divergent (IMDB: 6.7) 8)The Village (IMDB: 6.5) 9)Cube Zero (IMDB: 5.7) 10)Ender’s Game (IMDB: 6.6) Follow For More! 10 Epic Movies Like Maze Runner, The Death… Continue reading 10 Epic Movies Like Maze Runner, The Death Cure You Need To Watch ! — filmybrain.com

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ANCIENT ASTRONAUTS PART II — jimopinions

The Alien Chronicles: Divine Intervention or Alien Visitation? The subject of extraterrestrial life had been common stuff of our popular media these days. It has been portrayed through various sci-fi movies, documentaries, books, magazines etc. When somebody comes across the word “alien” he may think of UFO’s, big-head grey humanoids, abductions, gigantic spaceships etc. […] ANCIENT… Continue reading ANCIENT ASTRONAUTS PART II — jimopinions

The 100 Greatest Theatrical Animated Shorts (10-1) — ScreenAge Wasteland

In 1994, a group of animation professionals collaborated on a ranking of the greatest animated shorts ever made for the book The 50 Greatest Cartoons: As Selected by 1,000 Animation Professionals. Written by animation historian Jerry Beck, the novel has since become the definitive word on the subject, and while the undertaking is certainly impressive, […]… Continue reading The 100 Greatest Theatrical Animated Shorts (10-1) — ScreenAge Wasteland

Doctor Who? (or) The shocking story of how everyone’s favorite time-traveling alien regenerated as a 2-dimensional anthropomorphic dog. — Watchdogs of Our Freedom

Here in the WOOF cave, we are in fairly certain agreement that the first Doctor Who any of us remember is Tom Baker, but the legend of Who carries back considerably further into the dim-lit history of BBC broadcasting–all the way back to 1963, in fact, assuming such linear considerations matter to Whovians. [Editor’s note: […]… Continue reading Doctor Who? (or) The shocking story of how everyone’s favorite time-traveling alien regenerated as a 2-dimensional anthropomorphic dog. — Watchdogs of Our Freedom

‘Galaxy of Terror’ (1981) Review — ScreenAge Wasteland

Alluma: Aren’t you afraid? Cabren: Too scared to be. First things first – I am always disappointed that Eddie Albert was NOT in this movie. Instead, it’s his son EDWARD Albert. He does a decent job as ‘mustachioed hero’ Cabren – but I kinda wanted to see the guy from Green Acres in a sleezy […]… Continue reading ‘Galaxy of Terror’ (1981) Review — ScreenAge Wasteland

Movies To Escape With — The Organised Storyteller

Plenty of us are turning to stories for escapism at the moment, especially movies. Today I thought I’d recommend some of my favourites to turn to when real life is particularly unappealing. They’re mostly sci-fi or fantasy for maximum escapism, and I have restrained myself from including rom-coms. If you want some of those, check […]… Continue reading Movies To Escape With — The Organised Storyteller

Spike Lee Says He’s Not Going to Movie Theaters Until Vaccine — Den of Geek

Spike Lee is a filmmaker who likes to speak his mind very clearly and forcefully. You probably knew that if you saw one of his movies, which on the big screen can be downright exhilarating. But these days, Lee has no plans of going to a movie theater or any other major public gathering until […]… Continue reading Spike Lee Says He’s Not Going to Movie Theaters Until Vaccine — Den of Geek