Battle Beyond the Stars (1980, Dir. Jimmy T. Murakami, Roger Corman)

Poundland Star Wars meets Magnificent 7. Big Space ships, space lasers, space lizards – even space cowboys and Sybil Danning in a Valkyrie outfit made from bottle caps. What’s not to like! Fun, somewhat tongue in cheek riff – offers nothing new, but everyone is having a good time along the way!

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Demon Seed (1977, Dir. Donald Cammell)

Strange yet compelling sci-fi/horror film based on the Dean R Koontz novel, where a computer AI has designs on its designers wife. Directed with peculiar attention to detail and a uncomfortable tone, rough around the edges but still watchable.

The Trailer:

Demon Seed Trailer 1977

The Lodge (2019, Dir. Severin Fiala, Veronika Franz)

Odd but dull horror/thriller. Borrows much of its pace and tone from Hereditary, though no where as well thought out and put together. Lacks the commitment required to be scary or horrific and limps to a weak finale.

The Vast of Night (2020, Dir. Andrew Patterson)

An excellent debut film, beautifully shot and executed. A 50s small town radio show host and his telephone operator friend discover a strange audio transmission. Very refreshing film that works really well with great performances all round. Worth your time!

El hoyo (The Platform) (2019, Dir. Galder Gaztelu-Urrutia)

A man locked in a multi-level vertical prison has limited food and time before he randomly changes floors. Brilliantly sinister and satirical, this fantastic looking film is tightly scripted, well acted and amazingly well shot. A definite must see on Netflix.

Terminator: Dark Fate (2019 Dir. Tim Miller)

Jump sequel to T2. Similar story but Terminators from a new future now trying to kill someone else of future importance. Welcome return to form with this. Mind blowing VFX coupled with a good script and actors enjoying themselves. Enjoyable!

Rambo: Last Blood (2019, dir. Adrian Grunberg)

Disjointed and clumsy film. Rambo takes revenge on Mexican human trafficking killers. Off tone and unfortunate follow up, wasting good characters with gory but cut to pieces nonsense. The standard Rambo body count applies. All else is dull and uninteresting.

A second opinion can be found here