Review: Soylent Green

New York City is home to nine million residents and it’s a bustling place, but the iconic 1973 sci-fi thriller Soylent Green posits a grim future where NYC has exploded to 40 million people and there’s insufficient food and space for everyone. Unless, of course, you’re rich and can afford to live in the protected community of the privileged, in which case you have every modern amenity, including a beautiful woman who comes as part…Read More

Review: Rise of the Planet of the Apes

What if there was a research drug in the laboratory right now that had a good chance of curing Alzheimer’s but it needed more testing on animals before it could be released for human trials? And what if that same neurogenesis drug made its research subjects smarter? That’s the premise of the exciting and surprisingly thoughtful Rise of the Planet of the Apes. Will Rodman (James Franco) is the lead genetic researcher working on the…Read More