Sci Fi Reviews

Halo: Mortal Dictata

Halo: Mortal Dictata Karen Traviss   Quick View: Just when Traviss started to redeem herself with Thursday War, she utterly and completely disappoints us with this sad excuse of a novel. My 8 yr old Nephew can write a more compelling Halo Story than this.     Full Review: Oh, where to start. Where to start with this one. I don’t know what’s worse, the utter disrespect for almo...[Read More]

Halo: Thursday War

Halo: Thursday War Karen Traviss   Quick View: The continuation of the Kilo-5 Trilogy, Traviss looses any crutch she had from Eric Nylund’s books. Better written and developed than Glasslands, however still just barley readable as a fan of the series. On its own, though, a decent book.     Full Review: Thursday War is the second installment of Karen Traviss’ Kilo-5 trilogy. Th...[Read More]

Stargate: Continuum

Stargate: Continuum Martin Wood, Brad Wright   Quick View: A proper, if slightly underwhelming, finale to the SG1 plotline. They do the series justice.     Full Review: Stargate: Continuum was the final chapter of the Stargate SG-1 series, made in movie form to give a proper ending to the long running critically acclaimed SyFy original series based off of Roland Emmerichs film Sarga...[Read More]

Halo: Glasslands

Halo: Glasslands Karen Traviss   Quick View: From the same woman who butchered the Republic Commando series and responsible for the murder of Mara Jade, halo lore gets dumped on and torn apart by an egotistical writer and her inability to adapt to a new universe of lore.   Glasslands is the first installment of Karen Traviss’ Kilo-5 trilogy, which follows the events of Eric Nylund’s BLUE...[Read More]

Robocop (2014)

Robocop (2014) José Padilha   Quick View:When a good cop gets blown up for his good work, we don’t bury him. We rebuild him. Can the newly resurrected “Robo-Cop” Clean up the streets of Detroit while also solving his own murder? Who gave the criminals the information they needed to kill him?     Full Review: We live in the age of reboots, and nobody can forget how ...[Read More]

Halo: Hunters in the Dark

Halo: Hunters in the Dark Peter David   Quick View: Hunters in the Dark is one of the best installments in the Halo extended universe, so much so that I rate it as one of my all time favorite scifi novels.     Full Review: Very rarely do I find myself completely lost in a book. Now, there’s your average everyday page turners, but then there’s stories which have such a ma...[Read More]

Tron: Legacy

Tron: Legacy Joseph Kosinski   Quick View:     Full Review: Tron: Legacy is the long awaited sequel to the cult classic Tron, which revolutionised the way we see computer graphics and the digital world. This movie turned heads with its beautiful use of digital graphics, both in the digitally de-aged Jeff Bridges, to the absolutely stunning look of “The Grid”. The action packed chase...[Read More]

Halo: Contact Harvest

Halo: Contact Harvest Joseph Staten   Quick View:     Full Review: Halo: Contact Harvest is easily one of the most iconic halo novels in the expanded halo universe. This novel offers the origin story of the primary conflict of the series, and gives a more in depth look at some of the iconic characters seen throughout the books and games. With a massive load of responsibility on its ...[Read More]

Tron

Tron Steven Lisberger   Quick View:     Full Review: Tron can only be described as the total 80s Computing fanboy’s dream. This Cult classic was directed by Steven Lisberger and became an instant sensation to nerds everywhere. Although a moderate success at the box office, Tron won multiple awards for its stunning and revolutionary visual effects and style. Growing up, Tron al...[Read More]

Halo: Nightfall

Halo: Nightfall Sergio Mimica-Gezzan   Quick View: A decently written expose into the life of an ONI agent, tasked with a near suicidal mission. Like forward Unto dawn, this short film’s purpose is to create a backstory for Agent Locke for his appearance in Halo 5     Full Review: Nightfall is another short film produced by 343 Industries to once again deliver a backstory for ...[Read More]

Forward Unto Dawn

Halo: Forward Unto dawn Stewart Hendler   Quick View: A well made short film design to set up characters and events to precede the game Halo 4     Full Review: Forward unto Dawn is a short film produced by 343 industries created to provide backstory for the character for Thomas Laskey, who is the commander of the UNSC Infinity as seen in the following game, Halo 4. The Film follows ...[Read More]

Jurassic Park 3

Jurassic Park 3 Joe Johnston   Quick View: The third installment in the cinematic adaptation of Michael Crichtons exciting series falls a little short in the eyes of many viewers. Despite its shortcomings, it still manages to entertain you throughout the length, and in my mind, is worthy of the title Jurassic Park   Full Review: Making movie based off of a successful novel series is noth...[Read More]

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