If you've ever seen the 2009 Belgian-French horror film Amer, then you know that the writing/directing duo of Helene Cattet and Bruno Forzani are big fans of Italian Giallo cinema, taking particular inspiration from the visually rich artistry of Dario Argento. Show More Summary
Remember Christophe Gans? For a while, he was going to take over Hollywood; after Brotherhood of the Wolf became successful despite making no sense whatsoever, he was drafted to make Silent Hill into a movie. Then he disappeared for seven years. Show More Summary
Though I admit that I'm kind of annoyed by how much technology has taken over all of our lives, to the point that cell phones don't remain in pockets and purses even in movie theaters and restaurants, there is one big ole positive to...Show More Summary
Photographer Rob Tibbles of the North Devon Journal in North Devon, England was taking pictures of a wind farm on the weekend of November 23rd, an ordinary photo-shoot that took a turn for the strange when Tibbles got home and examined the many photos he had snapped. Show More Summary
Before I ever got a cat, a dog or a mouse, the first pet I ever owned was a pet rock. His name was Mercatzer, and he hung out on my desk with me every day of school. He was super cute, with the kindest eyes a child has ever painted onto an inanimate object. Show More Summary
Like many of you reading this right now, I grew up in a time where incredibly simple video games provided endless hours of entertainment. And they didn't get much simpler than Paperboy, a 1984 arcade game that was ported over to home consoles shortly thereafter. Show More Summary
The 'Whoop Dreams' Trailer teases a macabre exploration of the sub-culture music festival known as 'The Gathering of the Juggalos.' The post ‘Whoop Dreams’ Trailer: The World of Juggalos Exposed appeared first on Screen Rant.
If you watched the mid-season finale of The Walking Dead this past Sunday night, you were probably completely blown away by all the shocking and major events that went down. But you were also probably confused by something you saw during...Show More Summary
Aquaman is an odd duck when it comes to superheroes. He’s been continuously in print since the ’40s, but he’s largely known for being a second-stringer; not even the Powerpuff Girls take the poor guy seriously. But that’s something DC wants to change. At least, that’s the thrust of a Variety piece discussing DC’s plans for the King of the Seven Seas.
In early 2012, I saw the trailer for a campy movie called You Can’t Kill Stephen King about a group of young people vacationing near the author’s summer home who get killed off one at a time. The trailer promises a horror movie that breaks all the rules…by not breaking any. Show More Summary
Though the day after Thanksgiving didn't officially become the busiest and most chaotic shopping day of the year until the early 2000s, George Romero more or less predicted the future in 1978 when he made Dawn of the Dead - a commentary and satire on consumerism that is even more relevant today than it was back in the 70s. Show More Summary
The PS4 launched in Europe over the weekend, and the numbers aren’t fully in yet. One thing that’s clear is that it was popular; the PS4 outsold the Wii U’s lifetime numbers and the Xbox One’s launch numbers in the UK and set a new record into the bargain. And we’re guessing it was really popular in Germany, if this supercut is any indication.
The answer to the question that I am asking myself right now is, “No, no there is not a limit to the tribute videos that can be made to Saturday’s Iron Bowl victory by the Auburn Tigers.” I fully expect that dozens upon dozens of videos...Show More Summary
Yoshihiro Nishimura, creator and FX makeup master behind "Tokyo Gore Police" and "Vampire Girl vs. Frankenstein Girl," is at it again; only this time he's taking his vision to the small screen with Japanese horror anthology, "ZombieShow More Summary
Danny Trejo and Danny Glover team up to fight crime in the first trailer for 'Bad Asses,' the sequel to a 2012 movie inspired by a viral video. The post ‘Bad Asses’ Trailer: Trejo and Glover Are Low-Budget Action Heroes appeared first on Screen Rant.
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While snowmen were once the source of much happiness for me, that all changed with a childhood viewing of the movie Jack Frost. In an instant, the magic and joy was replaced with sheer terror and icy cold chills, which still run up my spin to this day. Oh, and I'm not talking about the 1997 horror movie Jack Frost. Show More Summary
DC Entertainment Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns talks about Aquaman's new prominence in the company. Is a movie on the way? The post DC’s Geoff Johns Talks Aquaman; Drops Movie Hints appeared first on Screen Rant.
Though it simply wouldn't be true to say that most fan films are worth watching, there's nevertheless something about them that is endlessly alluring. In the world of fan-made films, absolutely ANYTHING is possible, allowing for fun mash-ups and crossovers that the studios would never be able to provide for us. Show More Summary
University of Michigan's Risk Science Center offers a quick and handy explanation of the FDA's recent crackdown on personal genomics company 23andme. Some clean, even-keeled perspective to be had here. For more, see these musings from genomics expert (and member of 23andme's Scientific Advisory Board) Mike Eisen. Read more...