Time Runner (1993)

Mark Hamill stars in the overlooked sci-fi “Time Runner,” where he plays a man traveling back in time to prevent a future disaster. The film tries to address time paradoxes but fails to present a compelling narrative. Despite interesting concepts and a strong cast, the movie loses pace after a promising start and relies too heavily on action over story development. Its direct-to-video nature shows in both resourceful effects and inconsistent direction, leaving it as a flawed yet occasionally enjoyable piece for fans of the niche genre.

The Time Guardian (1987)

Time Guardian

Despite a concept of a time-traveling city and Carrie Fisher’s involvement, “The Time Guardian” disappoints with a lackluster plot, underdeveloped villains, and unconvincing effects. Fisher rehashes her Leia persona, while Nikki Coghill stands out in an otherwise uninspired cast. Intended as a franchise starter, the film instead became a forgettable Aussie sci-fi endeavor.

Dominion (1995)

Dominion

Dominion felt like a cheap knock off of Shoot to Kill (or Deadly Pursuit) with Brad Johnston fitting in as he really does cut a Tom Berenger-lite look. But is this a load of old nonsense?

Solar Crisis (1990)

Solar Crisis

Solar Crisis has become vastly more interesting over the years. Tim Matheson, Charlton Heston, Jack Palance and Peter Boyle star in this sci-fi adventure with … umm… effects and music.

The Doctor Who debacle

Doctor Who

With this 60th anniversary of Doctor Who approaching the BBC have announced that from 1st November, every available episode of Doctor Who, new and old, will be on there to stream. Disney+ will also have it…. however…. The first four episodes, “A Unearthly Child,” will not be included due to a rights issue. I did … Read moreThe Doctor Who debacle

Hell of the Living Dead (1980)

Hell of the Living Dead

The film does have its fair share of moments and these are why it is so fondly remembered, and worth sitting through to find.

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