Dark Space (2013) - in the future, some kids crash their shuttle on a remote planet and soon find themselves caught in the middle of a lower budget version of Avatar. Characters were passable (barely), plot was interesting for a bit until you figured out they were just ripping off another movie. Special effects were slightly above your average direct-to-video standards. 3/5.
The Ward (2011) - a girl burns down a house and gets put in the insane asylum. Soon we learn there's a ghost about that's killing the patients. The last 5 minutes of this is a really good twist ending which I didn't see coming at all. Unfortunately you have to sit through 85 minutes of a very mediocre movie to get to it. The main character wasn't likable, none of the characters were developed, the ghost wasn't scary, and for something directed by John Carpenter it had a complete lack of atmosphere. 3/5.
Logan's Run (1977–1978) - finished watching the TV series based on the movie. Logan (Gregory Harrison) and Jessica (Heather Menzies) escape from the city of domes, find a cool futuristic car, and travel from place to place getting into adventures. They meet up with an android (Donald Moffat) who joins them on their search for sanctuary. This was kind of made for kids; it's real simple, the characters lack any depth (they're just really good and nice), and all the episodes are pretty much the same - meet a group of people who seem friendly at first, then we find they've got a dark secret and want to kill or perform horrible experiments on our characters, and around the 55 minute mark they make their escape. About half the episodes have the other Sandmen from the city of domes chasing after them too. But it does have its retro charm to be sure. And you can't help but fall in love with Heather Menzies, she's just so cute and nice and she's got the most awesome hair in the entire world