Tag Archive for 'Dean Devlin'

Encapsulated Movie Reviews – Five New Indie Titles

Indie never ends – thanks goodness!  Five smaller screen outings this week up for dissection that may or may not cleanse the cinematic palate for the avid film fan seeking on-screen solace.  (You ultimately decide folks!)  Tales of resurrecting love at all costs, putting life on the line for another, human survival in Nazi times, […]


Geostorm (Blu-ray Review)

The ‘ol disaster movies have their respective fans and place in our cinematic calendar year. There are many corner, low budgeted ones that come around in places like the Sci Fi channel much of the time, but almost once every other year, we see one try to grab that success on the big screen. And […]


‘Geostorm’ Has Fallen (Movie Review)

Much like The Perfect Storm, sometimes a cog in the Hollywood moviemaking machine comes up with a decision to have two reasonably entertaining ideas collide. In the case of Geostorm, to freshen up the idea of a massive storm destroying cities, a convoluted plot to assonate the president by controlling the weather was developed. This […]


‘Leverage’ your way on DVD June 7th

The third season of the popular grifter show will be hitting dvd on June 7th.  Leverage is the story of a team of grifters who fight for the poor who have been wronged by the the “rich” establishments.  Leverage is the tale of modern day Robin Hoods, if you will.  Dean Devlin (Independence Day) is […]