Christopher Stewardson

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    Review: Target Earth (1954)

    Herman Cohen’s Target Earth is an underrated ‘50s invader film. While far from the heights of Earth vs. The Flying Saucers or Invasion of the Body Snatchers (both 1956), Target Earth nonetheless...

    Farewell, Ultraman Z

    As Ultraman Z comes to its end, Christopher Stewardson looks back on the series. From June to December 2020, Ultraman Z has aired weekly via Tsuburaya Productions’ official Ultraman...

    Review: It! (1967)

    Be warned, this review contains spoilers.   Perhaps it’s not surprising that 1967’s It! is seldom discussed, given the abundance of films that share its title. Factor in...

    Thoughts on Film: The Mysterians (1957)

    Toho’s The Mysterians (1957) is a mammoth sci-fi spectacle, featuring giant lasers, flying saucers, underground domes, alien invaders, and robot monsters. Lying beneath its visual prowess...

    Review: Warning from Space (1956)

    Starfish aliens, a planet hurtling towards Earth, and mankind divided on what to do; this is 1956’s Warning from Space. This poignant sci-fi spectacular delivers...