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  • Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel

    Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel

    ★★½

    Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel is pretty good for the most part despite some issues I've with it. The mystery surrounding Elisa Lam's disappearance is intriguing and raises so many questions. Not just with the disappearance, but with the LAPD, the staff at the Cecil Hotel and even the hotel itself. It was interesting and I was invested with every episode for the most part but I do think they stretched it out. I liked that they…

  • Greenland

    Greenland

    ★★

    John Garrity, his estranged wife and their son embark on a perilous journey to find sanctuary as a planet-killing comet hurtles towards Earth.

    Greenland isn't that bad of a film as far as disaster films go, which kind of surprised me. It certainly has issues, and it does get repetitive. It's predictable, of course. You know exactly how everything is going to play out but I have to give the film credit where credit is due. First of all, this…

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  • Alien

    Alien

    ★★★★★

    The crew of a spacecraft, Nostromo, intercept a distress signal from a planet and set out to investigate. However, to their horror, they are attacked by an alien which later invades their ship.

    Alien is without a doubt an iconic film. There's so much to appreciate about it. This film still lives up today and this film is 42 years old, it's pretty spectacular. Ridley Scott's direction is phenomenal. He captures the eerie atmosphere so well that it keeps you…

  • The Thing

    The Thing

    ★★★★★

    Members of an American scientific research outpost in Antarctica find themselves battling an alien organism that can perfectly assimilate its victims. As paranoia sets in, they struggle to work together and trust each other as they don't know who's been assimilated.

    John Carpenter's The Thing is iconic. It's easily the best remakes of all time. It's hard to believe that this film was a critical and commercial failure. People absolutely hated this film and John Carpenter was actually pretty upset…