In Search of Tomorrow: A Journey Through ’80s Sci-Fi Cinema is a five-hour love letter to 1980s sci-fi movies and the definitive documentary on the genre. If you’re a fan of 80s sci-fi cinema, this is the film you’ve been waiting for! It’s the be-all, end-all of documentaries on the genre. It would probably be better for this to be a documentary series. Instead, it’s a documentary of almost five-hours long. It’s a film that…"In Search of Tomorrow: A Love Letter to 80s Sci-Fi"
Iron Man 3 gets us back to Tony Stark’s story by largely drawing upon the “Extremis” arc so as to lend the film more of a thriller element. The film flashes back to New Year’s Eve 1999. This is when Tony Stark first encounters Maya Hansen (Rebecca Hall). She comes up with technology that allows for the regeneration following injuries. It’s no surprise to see that Aldrich Killian (Guy Pearce) is interested in the technology…"Iron Man 3 – The Road to Endgame"
Wolfman’s Got Nards is a documentary that explores the production and following of The Monster Squad. What draws this documentary apartment from other documentaries about 1980s movies is that director Andre Gower was an actor in The Monster Squad. The director played Sean in the 1987 classic. While the film is considered to be a cult classic, I must confess that I never heard of the film going into the Cinepocalypse announcement. Gower’s documentary is…"Cinepocalypse 2018: Wolfman’s Got Nards"