The Return of Swamp Thing came out in 1989 to capitalize off the minimal success brought on by Wes Craven’s first adaptation in 1982. Both were terribly inept interpretations of the character that came to define the cheese typically found in comic book movies of the era. While the first Swamp Thing was truly a horrible [...]
Up from the depths Thirty stories high Breathing fire His head in the sky Godzilla! Godzilla! Godzilla! And Godzookie.... Read more...
13 years isn’t a curse to a horror fan. I’m not one for self-celebration, which is why our 13th birthday came and went without so much as a whisper. But with us launching our latest version of Bloody Disgusting (full details here), I started to reflect back on the past and felt like vocalizing it [...]
New comic book Wednesday has come and gone. The dust at your local comic shop has settled. An eerie silence descends as you finish reading your last superhero book of the week. Now it's time for something a little more sinister. Welcome to Bagged and Boarded: comic reviews of the sick, spooky, twisted and terrifying! B.P.R.D. Show More Summary
Godzilla is not just the King of Monsters; he may just be the King of highly anticipated summer movies. Unlike the 1998 adaptation by Rolan... The post ‘Godzilla’ TV Spot Shows Full Monster; Images Hint At Other Monsters appeared first on Screen Rant.
If you were digging on our first look at Ryan Gosling's LOST RIVER, which we brought you yesterday, then you'll be happy to check out this new one, which can be seen above. That's Christina Hendricks once again, either entering or leaving a rather ominous building. Show More Summary
Few characters are as iconic as the Incredible Hulk... or so malleable. Over the years, the Hulk's been a thug, a genius, a cynical lump of cruelty; but he's best known as being the slow-witted brute. And now it appears he's changing things up again. Spoilers below on Hulk and Indestructible Hulk. Read more...
After nearly two years, “Frankenstein Alive, Alive!” is back in all its literary, artistic glory. Niles packs a philosophical punch in issue #3 that falls in step with both the previous issues and the source material, Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. Niles’ appreciation for this classic work of literature is rivalled only by Wrightson’s obvious passion for [...]
The latest installment of Veritasium is all about the "Pyro-Board." This snazzy contraption is a mesmerizing, planar take on the Rubens' tube – a perforated tube of gas – hooked up to a gas jet and a speaker – that can turn music into beautifully patterned, leaping flicks of fire. Read more...
Hollywood produced some 500 science fiction movies during the 1950s, and the stars of many of them were colossal mutant insects. Why were people in the mid-twentieth century obsessed with giant bugs? One economist sums up the dominant theories. Read more...
We've been waiting for our first glimpse of Joss Whedon's tiny movie In Your Eyes for ages, and now here's a whole three minutes. The film, written by Whedon but directed by Won't Back Down writer Brin Hill, premieres this Sunday at the Tribeca Film Festival. Watch the opening scene now! Read more...
Yes, yes, we've given you good looks at GODZILLA before in the countless TV spot and trailers that have been dished out by Warner Bros., but this is perhaps the best one yet. In the latest TV spot, titled "Nature Has an Order," we focus...Show More Summary
Justin Jordan and Kyle Strahm’s new series looks to be one for longtime horror fans to follow, evoking imagery similar to John Carpenter’s classic, The Thing. We scooped up some details on the series last week, but Image has released further information including a synopsis that makes the book even more intruiging. Look for “Spread” [...]
“Haunted Horror” #10 takes readers on a nostalgic blast to the past. The ‘House of Horrors’ series presents spine-chilling short stories of moral descent with a supernatural twist. Though this is a reprint, the scares still hold up and the colors are wonderfully eye-popping. WRITTEN BY: Various ART BY: Various PUBLISHER: IDW Publishing PRICE: $3.99 [...]
We’ve teamed up with Memphis rockers Saliva to bring you an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at “No One But Me” and “Lost”, two tracks from the band’s upcoming album Rise Up, which comes out April 29th via Rum Bum Records. But that’s not all we have! Also below is a full interactive album preview where you [...]
A terrifying and suspenseful installment, “American Vampire: Second Cycle” #2 builds the horrifying tension of what’s to come. Readers should be prepared to see such vivid nightmarish imagery jump right off the pages. The “American Vampire” series hasn’t lost its edge after a long hiatus and actually came back more twisted than ever. WRITTEN BY: [...]
Taking cues from Ian Malcolm’s stance in Jurassic Park, this new Godzilla trailer/spot focuses on nature restoring balance — apparently with the use of a giant lizard. From visionary new director Gareth Edwards (Monsters) comes what is said to be a powerful story of human courage and reconciliation in the face of titanic forces of [...]
There are a few projects being eyed by Steven Spielberg right, but his delayed sci-fi blockbuster 'Robopocalypse' may be the next he directs. The post Steven Spielberg’s ‘Robopocalypse’ May Be Moving Forward Again appeared first on Screen Rant.
We all know the story. The moment that computers with their lightning-quick processing power and interlinked systems gain sentience - it's judgment day. But would that really happen? Here are some psychological reasons why digital super-intelligence isn't going to be evil intelligence. Read more...
Midnight Releasing has announced a July 1st DVD, VOD and Digital Download release of SCAVENGER KILLERS, a blood and guts contemporary tale of justice gone very, very wrong. Flick has an eclectic cast, including Eric Roberts, CharlesShow More Summary