I must admit, it’s been almost a decade since I’ve paid much attention to anything released from the SyFy Channel. In fact, it was when the network still went by Sci-Fi. I cringe when I see it written the way it is now. Smart marketing decision aside – to make the name original so it can be copyrighted – I still think of how the term “sci-fi” was coined by the late Forrest J. Ackerman, and obviously he never had it copyrighted. A big part of me actually wishes he had. But here we are now. Hundreds of movies later about sharks that are ghosts and yawn-inducing movies about monsters that are a combination of two or more animals – oh like Piranhaconda for example. SyFy Films has gotten into the business of producing original content for theatrical and digital release. Its first release was something featuring comedian Dane Cook called 400 Days. I missed that one. That was January of 2016. Strangely enough, the second release comes a little over a year later, but right now in select theaters and available for download in Digital HD and for rent on VOD, SyFy Films gives you Atomica. And guess what? It’s actually kinda okay.