|Benjamin Savard| [ S P O I L E R S ] The power of Moon is in its subtlety. Science fiction is best known for grandiose visions of the future: unfathomable leaps in technology, powerful alien beings, and conflicts beyond the confines of earth. But Duncan Jones’ 2009 film… Continue reading
| Collier White | Those two years make all the difference. Turning 49 this year, The Boys in the Band is a work that has straddled Stonewall for its entire life. You might be surprised at how fresh she sounds. You’ll want to rush out and see it before it’s… Continue reading
| Adam Loomis |
Robinson Crusoe on Mars plays at the Trylon starting on Sunday, June 16th. Visit the website to purchase tickets or for more information.
| Maria Gomez | Looking back, the character base developed in The Wizard of Oz has become the “golden standard” for some of the most iconic science fiction/fantasy plot lines that would follow its release: a brave heroine conquers the ruler of an evil kingdom with the help of friends… Continue reading
| Michael Popham | MGM’s Forbidden Planet is glittering midcentury eye candy, a 1950s pulp magazine cover come to life. It’s amazingly entertaining stuff, but modern viewers are going to find a darker and more sex-obsessed film than they might have been expecting. Like all sci-fi films, it tells us… Continue reading
| John Moret, film programmer | The way I see it, the intersection of space travel and cinema is one of the defining elements of the 20th Century. These technologies changed our view of ourselves and expanded our imagination beyond our planet. They came to being alongside the fallout of… Continue reading