Psychokinesis

“Psychokinesis” is a Magically Realistic Superhero Movie

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The Korean blockbuster superhero movie “Psychokinesis” explores superheroism as a socially-relevant magical realistic narrative. Here is our review of the movie, with mild spoilers. “Psychokinesis” Movie Review Comic books and movies, if not all, portray superheroes as demigods flying and sprinting among us. Without their suits, they are as fallible as the mortals around them. […]

Orbiter 9 is a Silent Beauty on Netflix That You Need To Watch

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The award-winning sci-fi romantic drama Orbiter 9 is currently showing on Netflix. Below is our review of the film. Orbiter 9 Movie Review Orbiter 9 (Orbita 9) starts off as any standard sci-fi drama would: quiet, unassuming and full of technical stuff. Here we learn about Helena (Clara Lago), a 19-year-old space colonist. She lives […]

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Netflix’s “Mute” is a Mess and a Waste of Time

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Netflix’s sci-fi mystery thriller, “Mute”, starts off interesting. However, it becomes a huge mess, before trying to redeem itself in its last minutes. “Mute” is by director Duncan Jones and debuted on Netflix last 23 February 2018. Film Review of “Mute” on Netflix Plot “Mute” follows Leo, a devout Amish man living in Berlin’s underbelly […]

2001: A Space Odyssey

Why 2001: A Space Odyssey is One of the Best Movies of All Time

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2001: A Space Odyssey is a sci-fi art film and one of the 20th century’s greatest films. 50 years later, and almost two decades after the film’s supposed timeline, it still is. Here are the reasons why many people still consider Stanley Kubrick’s groundbreaking work as great, in an era that’s already somewhat ahead than the […]

“Re:Mind” Delights at First, then Disappoints in the End

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Re:Mind is a suspense drama produced by TokyoTV and released last October 2017. It stars the members of J-Pop group Keyakizaki46 (Mao Iguchi, Sarina Ushio, Memi Kakizaki, Yuuka Kageyama, Shiho Kato, Kyoko Saito, Kumi Sasaki, Mirei Sasaki, Mana Takase, Ayaka Takamoto, Neru Nagahama and Mei Higashimura) and has episodes directed by Akira Uchikata, Yusuke Ishida, and Yusuke Koroyasu. The show has 12 episodes with 20 minutes of runtime […]

Reasons Why Bill & Ted’s Most Excellent Adventure Is One of the Best Sci-Fi Films

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“Bill & Ted’s Most Excellent Adventure” was one of the iconic sci-fi films that came out in the 1980s. Together with “Back to the Future”, “Bill & Ted”  brought sci-fi closer and made it more enjoyable to many teenagers in the United States and all over the world. This year, Keanu Reeves and Adam Winter […]

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“Annihilation” is a Terrifying and Visceral Masterpiece

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This article has very mild spoilers. “Annihilation” starts off slow. Lena (Natalie Portman), a biologist and professor at John Hopkins University is reunited 12 months with her army husband Kane (Oscar Isaac) 12 months after his mission. Shortly after, he suffers from a major seizure. Lena is taken to a facility where she learns about […]

“Haunt Me” Isn’t Haunting But Has the Potential

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“Haunt Me” is one of the entries in HOOQ’s Filmmakers’ Guild Competition 2017 that won a chance to be developed as a pilot. (Spoilers ahead) The Singaporean horror-thriller  follows Kwong, a former military man and struggling artist who inherits his family’s destiny of escorting troubled spirits to the other side. In the pilot episode. he […]

SyFy’s “Krypton” Shows a Lot of Promise in its Pilot Episode

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DC Extended Universe’s latest show “Krypton”, premiered on SyFy last 21 March 2018, and on HOOQ last 29 March 2018. The show follows the life of Seg-El, 200 years before the birth of his grandson, Superman. This article is a review of the pilot episode. (Warning: Spoilers ahead) Krypton’s pilot opens with showing the three […]

Stephen Hawking and His Contribution to Science Fiction

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Dr. Stephen Hawking, the brilliant astrophysicist who made cosmology understandable for the rest of mankind, died last 14 March 2018. That’s Albert Einstein’s birthday, as well as Pi day. Dr. Hawking was born on 8 January 1942, on the death anniversary of Galileo Galilei. He earned his first-class degree in Natural Science from Oxford University. He […]