Darn you, Elon Musk! First, you ruin Twitter and then you singlehandedly detonate the credibility of the entire Star Trek franchise. We’ll get to that in a minute, but elsewhere in the sci-fi sphere today, it turns out that Netflix — the platform that has served up some truly risible original movies over the years — has finally found something too bad to release. Meanwhile, Star Wars fans revisit the saga’s most epic moment with new eyes.
Netflix and Blumhouse bow out of dystopian martial arts movie apparently too bad to back
You know a film has got to be a whole other level of awful when both its distributor and its production company ditch it after it’s done filming. But that’s exactly what’s happened in the case of Absolute Dominion, which is actually a crying shame as it sounds so wild that we need to see it. Described as a post-apocalyptic martial-arts epic, its cast includes Bill & Ted‘s Alex Summer and Patton Oswalt. Do those two get in a cage match? Somebody pick this one up so we can find out.