Unvisible Monsters Review

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   Unvisible Monsters is a short film where a boy discovers a parallel universe after hacking his video camera, and uses the help of a crackpot scientist to prove the “unvisible”.

Known for his work on Superstore, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, The Office, and Arrested Development, Ross Novie wrote, directed, and produced this science-fiction comedy, which was filmed and released during our current global pandemic. 

Hudson Novie stars as Flip Furrington, the boy who cracks the code for parallel world travel. As far as I can see, this is his acting debut and a rather impressive one at that.… Keep reading

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Doom Annihilation Review

When a research facility on Phobos, a moon orbiting Mars, sends a distress call and a marine squad is sent in with orders to investigate the situation, what appears to be a routine mission, turns into a much larger task as they unravel more than expected or prepared for.

Unrelated to Doom (2005), Doom: Annihilation (2019) follows similar premise, but unfortunately does not live up to the original. However, given the lower budget and scope for this film, it does succeed at delivering an enjoyable small story for what it ends up being, despite being filled with overly predictable plot points, stereotypical characters, and mediocre CGI.… Keep reading

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