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The Fckin Black Sheep: Alien Resurrection (1997)

THE BLACK SHEEP is an ongoing column featuring different takes on films that either the writer HATED, but that the majority of film fans LOVED, or that the writer LOVED, but that most others LOATH. We’re hoping this column will promote constructive and geek fueled discussion. Show More Summary

Ring / Grudge crossover Sadako vs. Kayako gets an odd promo

If I understood Japanese, I'd probably be a lot less baffled by this new promo for SADAKO VS. KAYAKO, the upcoming crossover between the THE RING and THE GRUDGE franchises. Still, having your iconic creeps looking extremely goofy...Show More Summary

Trekzone Releases Response to Alec Peters Interview

Trekzone’s follow-up to their interview with Axanar’s Alec Peters has hit the web. A few weeks back, Trekzone’s Matt Miller spoke to Axanar producer Alec Peters about the fledgling fan film and many of the issues surrounding it.  Peters bristled at some of the questions, leading to a few testy exchanges.  You can see the interview […]

FANGORIA Podcast Network: “THE GIRLS IN THE BACK ROW” Dance With “THE LOVED ONES”!

yesterdayGenres / Horror : Fangoria

For their final installment in the monthlong “Dance Until You Die” series, THE GIRLS IN THE BACK ROW are tuning into one of the more twisted proms ever committed to screen. A criminally underseen film if there ever was one, Kate & Tab are playing the hopeless romantic card- emphasis on hopeless– when they watch Sean Byrne’s […]

Mark Millar, Alan Moore Comics Hitting The Screen Soon

yesterdayGenres / Horror : Fangoria

Fans of the movies KICK-ASS and KINGSMAN will be excited to hear that two more of Mark Millar’s bloody comic book properties might be coming to a theater near you! That’s right: both AMERICAN JESUS and SUPERCROOKS have recently been optioned by Wayward Studios. It seems that Millar will be involved with both of the […]

The Adventure Is Bigger Than Ever in the Last Kubo and the Two Strings Trailer 

yesterdayGenres / Sci Fi : io9

This summer some huge, epic action films will be coming to a theater near you, but none of them look like they can hold a candle to Kubo and the Two Strings. The third trailer is here and it shows an adventure on an epic scale we rarely see in movies—and definitely not movies made with stop-motion animation. Read more...

Charlie Brown and the 'Peanuts' Gang Are Coming Back to TV

yesterdayGenres / Sci Fi : io9

Time Warner’s Boomerang network will begin airing the animated adventures of Charles Schulz’ “Peanuts” characters starting May 9. The shorts will air daily at 11:30am. However, the characters may not look exactly how fans of the classic cartoons (like A Charlie Brown Christmas) remember. Read more...

The Totally Plausible Rick And Morty Fan Theory That Fixes Season 2's Ending

yesterdayGenres / Sci Fi : io9

Season 3 of Rick and Morty is fast approaching, and if you’ve been following the show’s spectacular run thus far you know we left off at something of an uncharacteristic cliffhanger. But things might not be as grim as they appear, especially if you’ve been paying close attention. (Spoilers ahead) Read more...

Check Out X-Men Apocalypse's Comic-Inspired Uniforms in All Their Goofy Glory

yesterdayGenres / Sci Fi : io9

We got a glimpse of the new generation of X-Men’s comic-inspired costumes thanks to Empire Magazine recently , but a new image of the mutant team reveals their uniforms from top to bottom, and they look wonderfully colorful and silly in just the right way. Read more...

See the Incredible Amount of Work It Took to Make Deadpool's Mask

yesterdayGenres / Sci Fi : io9

One of the Deadpool movie’s best elements was how the movie brought his mask to life. This might shock you to learn, but there was an astounding amount of work involved in making a mask that could be as expressive as it is in the comics, but that Ryan Reynolds’ could still see and talk out of. Read more...

[Interview] ‘Tabloid Vivant’ Director Kyle Broom Discusses His Surreal Debut

While art-house horror isn’t exactly the most popular sub-genre in the film world, a variety of silver screen gems have resulted from directors feeling that traditional genre limitations are more of a guideline than concrete rules. Films like David Lynch’s Eraserhead, or even Michael Haneke’s Funny Games may be considered too ‘dense’ or ‘complicated’ by some […]

The Grizzly Murders of ‘The Hollow’ (Trailer)

The Hollow, from writer-director Miles Doleac, is looking to release this coming summer. In advance of release news, here’s the first trailer from the thriller that stars James Callis (Battlestar Galactica, Bridget Jones’s Baby), Christiane...Show More Summary

Uncork'd to release Zack Ward's Restoration May 3rd

Since making his unforgettable screen debut as the bully Scut Farkus in the 1983 classic A CHRISTMAS STORY, Zack Ward has racked up over 100 additional credits, appearing in such films as FREDDY VS. JASON, RESIDENT EVIL: APOCALYPSE, and TRANSFORMERS. Show More Summary

Jamie Foxx in talks for puppet mystery The Happytime Murders

Last summer, STX Entertainment rescued Brian Henson's THE HAPPYTIME MURDERS from a long stint in development hell, and after nine months of silence we finally have a sign that the film might get made soon: Jamie Foxx is in earlyShow More Summary

Katheryn Winnick heads to The Dark Tower

Katheryn Winnick, who plays Lagertha on the History Channel television series Vikings, is the latest cast member to be announced for director Nikolaj Arcel's adaptation of Stephen King's THE DARK TOWER saga. Details on Winnick's...Show More Summary

Person of Interest’s Final Villains Are Mark Zuckerberg and Isaac Asimov

yesterdayGenres / Sci Fi : io9

For years, Person of Interest has been right on the cutting edge between commenting on current events and speculating about the future. With its final season, the show is depicting a futuristic nightmare—and yet, it’s also more topical than ever before. Show More Summary

Dystopian Rabbit Masterpiece Watership Down Returns as a New Animated Series

yesterdayGenres / Sci Fi : io9

Richard Adams’ beloved novel—and the infamously traumatizing 1978 animated adaptation—about a group of rabbits in search of a new home is getting an all-star re-imagining from Netflix and the BBC. In? Better roles for female characters. Out? Apparently, some of the novel’s shocking moments of brutality. Read more...

Behind-The-Scenes Photo From ‘The Dark Tower’ Emerges; New Casting!

Update: Waller’s access pass photo has been taken down. This is because studios don’t want images of access passes circulated publicly for fear that people will create fake ones. The Stephen King book-to-film adaptation of The Dark Tower is known to be shooting soon in South Africa and it appears that some of the behind-the-scenes […]

12 Sci-Fi Classics on One 3-Disc DVD Set!

On May 31st Film Chest Media will release a 3-disc DVD set of 12 Sci-fi B-movies released in the late 1920’s and up until the late 1960’s. Most of these films, if not all, have found their way onto a number of DVD sets much like this one over the years. In general I’m a […]

Women in SF&F Month: Joanna from Strange Charm

Today’s guest is Joanna from Strange Charm! This is a wonderful site dedicated to showcasing speculative fiction written by women, and I particularly appreciate that many of the books reviewed are ones that are not currently being discussed all over the Internet. Show More Summary

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