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05/01/1998: Peter Benchley's Creature--Underwater terror takes its horror onto land.
05/16/1998: Peter Benchley's The Beast--A new terror from beneath the seas makes its presence known.
06/16/1998: The Relic--Something's stalking the patrons of the Musuem of Natural History in Chicago...something deadly.
07/04/1998: Independence Day--We're not alone in the universe...but are our fellow sentients friend or foe?
08/01/1998: The Thing--A bastion of humanity struggles against a bizarre visitor from another planet.
09/01/1998: The Day of the Triffids--A meteor shower blinds people and mutates a plant from outer space.
10/16/1998: Dragonheart--The last practioner of the knight's Code of Honor and the world's last dragon join forces.
11/16/1998: Godzilla, King of the Monsters--The terrible titanic tyrant terrorizes Tokyo.
12/01/1998: Mickey's Christmas Carol--Dickens' classic gets a Disney-esque twist.
12/01/1998: The Muppets Christmas Carol--The Muppets try their hand at the holiday classic.
12/16/1998: The Nutcracker Prince--An animated adaptation of the Christmas classic.
12/16/1998: Rodan--An ancient avian attacks an area adjacent to its nesting place.
02/01/1999: 101 Dalmatians--The original Disney animated feature.
02/01/1999: 101 Dalmatians--The 1996 live-action remake of the animated classic.
02/16/1999: Varan the Unbelievable--An ancient monster awakens in a saltwater lake.
03/16/1999: Mothra--An entrepreneur's greed brings the wrath of a giant monster down on Tokyo, Japan and New Kirk City, Rolisica.
04/01/1999: King Kong vs. Godzilla--The giant gorilla of the West and the radioactive reptile of the East are set to tango and tussle in Tokyo.
04/01/1999: Muppet Treasure Island--The Muppets set sail for adventure on the high seas in this adaptation of the Robert Louis Stevenson classic.
04/16/1999: Ghidrah, the Three-Headed Monster--A monster from outer space threatens the planet, and only Earth's monsters can stop it.
04/16/1999: Ladyhawke--A twist of fate brings a wolf, a hawk, and a mouse together in a tale of hope and love.
04/16/1999: Pride and Prejudice--Jane Austen's beloved novel becomes a miniseries produced by the BBC.
06/16/1999: Godzilla versus The Thing--Godzilla's back and only the mighty but dying Thing (a.k.a. Mothra) can stop him.
08/16/1999: Godzilla versus Monster Zero--King Ghidrah is back! Can Godzilla and Rodan defeat the three-headed dragon themselves?
10/16/1999: Hocus Pocus--Three witches are back from the grave, and only three kids--and a talking cat--can save the children of Salem.
12/16/1999: The Transformers: The Movie--There's a new evil in the universe, and it could end the Autobot-Decepticon war...by destroying them utterly!
12/16/1999: Godzilla versus the Sea Monster--Godzilla heads to the South Seas for a vacation, but there's an army on his doorstep and a giant lobster on the horizon!
12/16/1999: Muppet Family Christmas--Join the Muppets as they gather together for Christmas.
12/16/1999: Mickey's Once Upon A Christmas--Join Mickey and the gang in three enjoyable short films about Christmas.
01/01/2000: Mercury Rising--When an autistic boy breaks the United States' most secure code, only a renegade FBI agent stands between him and the assassins sent to kill him.
04/01/2000: Cinderella--The Disney live-action remake of the long-time favorite about a young woman who dared to make a wish.
10/01/2000: Romeo Must Die--An ex-Hong Kong cop heads to Oakland to find his brother's murder and ends up in the middle of a turf war.
10/01/2000: Lake Placid--Something big's living in a lake in Maine, and it's more than willing to make humans its lunch.
10/16/2000: Ghost--One brave soul who died an untimely death stays on earth to protect the woman he loves.
10/16/2000: The Lost Boys--Two boys moving into the "murder capital of the world" discover the reason for all the disappearances.
10/16/2000: Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island--Scooby and the gang reunite and head South to find real ghosts for a change.
10/16/2000: The Sixth Sense--A child psychiatrist must help a young boy who claims to be able to see and hear ghosts.
10/16/2000: The Mummy--A priest cursed for eternity has risen to spread his evil across the world.
11/16/2000: Gohatto (a.k.a. "Taboo")--A tragic story of love between the men of the Shinsengumi in post-Tokugawa Japan.
12/16/2000: X-Men--The world's greatest mutant team go head to head with the Master of Magnetism.
01/01/2001: Bats--Hungry, intelligent, omnivorous bats terrorize a small Texas town.
01/01/2001: Pitch Black--Survivors of a crash struggle to escape a planet whose once-every-22-years night is about to unleash terror on the surface.
Gen-X Cops--Misfit rookie cops are Hong Kong's only chance at stopping a terrorist whom no body can get close to.
Subjects and themes will vary. Some movies reviewed may belong to a specific genre while others obscure barriers. If time permits, I may review more than one movie per update.
Note: some movies may be adaptations of published books. Unless the book review preceded it, such movie reviews will appear first in Starfire's Special Feature in conjunction with a review of the specific book before both reviews take up residence either here or in the Archive. Otherwise, the review will automatically appear here.
Here's a tentative schedule of the movies I intend to review. This list will always be subject to change as I discover and view new movies to review.
As you can see, at least two of the movies will appear elsewhere before ending up here.
If any of these reviews prompted you to see the movie, then please let me know and tell me what you thought. I appreciate knowing I made a difference in somebody's life.
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