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[TV Review] “iZombie” Episode 1.01: ‘Pilot’

First of all, sorry this is so late. I was unable to catch the live airing and had to wait until it was on Hulu the next day. Anyway, iZombie has finally premiered! We have been blessed with another Rob Thomas TV show, you guys. Words cannot express how giddy I am at the thought. Sure, it’s […]

An Unearthly Podcast: Rise of the Cybermen / The Age of Steel

In our 96th episode, the AUP crew steps into another universe: the modern era of Doctor Who and it's first Cyberman multi-parter, "Rise of the Cybermen" / "The Age of Steel"

Comedy Moonwalkers Wonders: What If We Faked The Moon Landing?

2 months agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

Indie action comedy Moonwalkers picked up a distributor after its world premiere at SXSW over the weekend. We're excited, given its cast (Ron Perlman, Rupert Grint) and premise, which puts a hilarious-sounding spin on the long-held conspiracy theory that Apollo 11 failed to land on the moon. Read more...

[TV Review] “The Returned” Episode 1.02: ‘Simon’

“The Returned” uh, returned tonight with its second episode, “Simon,” and it was a slight improvement over the pilot episode, if only because we got to know the characters a little bit better. We don’t get many more answers this week, but a few revelations are made as more and more people start to find out about […]

An Unearthly Podcast: Silver Nemesis

In our 95th episode, the AUP crew join the classic Who Cybermen in their final appearance, along with a host of other factions, in the 25th anniversary story "Silver Nemesis"!

Frozen 2 Should Be Titled "We Are Printing Our Own Money At This Point"

2 months agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

Not shocking: Frozen 2 is officially in the works. Will it be theatrical or straight to video? Will it contain a hit song that becomes woven into the cultural DNA of a generation? Does it even matter, because we already know that this movie in any form will rake in eleventy billion dollars? Read more...

[Interview] ‘WolfCop’ Himself, Leo Fafard!

It’s been almost a year since we dropped our review of Lowell Dean’s riotous WolfCop and tomorrow the bad beast is finally shredding its way onto home video and VOD. The Canadian production is more than just a wicked name, it’s an excellent exploitation homage with retro-80s synths and hammy acting that also works really well as an actual cop movie, […]

It turns out that there’s a lot happening today.

First up, this is happening: We also have a new episode of Tabletop out today, and it’s one of my favorites of the season. And after waiting almost a year to be able to talk about it, Nintendo of America has announced that I play the voice of Abraham Lincoln in their insanely awesome 3DS … Continue reading It turns out that there’s a lot happening today. ?

A Peek at How Blair Witch’s Leads Were Directed

Love it or hate it, The Blair Witch Project changed everything. 15 years later, Eduardo Sanchez and Daniel Myrick’s film continues to fascinate horror fans and general audience’s alike. I was able to interview them last year and was shocked to learn that despite the fan heavy attention/obsession with the film, there are still tidbits we don’t know. […]

The R-Rated ‘Power Rangers’ Movie You Never Knew You Wanted is Here!

Nostalgia is clearly in right now. Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers was my absolute favorite show as a kid. I remember going home on the school bus when I was in Kindergarten and 1st Grade looking forward to my afternoon dose of the evil-fighting teenagers. Don’t even get me started in the pure ecstasy I experienced watching […]

[Video] 72 Years of Batman On Film

It may feel like our obsession with the caped crusader in film is a new one. But thanks to vimeo user Jacob T. Swinney, we can realize that the history of this character on the silver screen goes much further back than we can remember. Jacob created The Evolution of Batman in Cinema and posted it to Vimeo. […]

Star Trek Continues, continues

Have you discovered Star Trek Continues yet? The fan made series expertly reproduces the qualities of The Original Series, with remarkably fidelity not just to sets and costume, but lighting and style. It also follows the best of Trek...Show More Summary

Ghostly Love Prevails in the Short Film, "Breathe"

"The longer you hold your breath, the more she'll do."A recent Vimeo Staff Pick short is the perfect spooky tale for Valentine's Day. "Breathe" is a 2013 short directed by Toby Meakins that features only three actors...two are "friends" (Jack North and Josef Altin) and one is a lovely ghost (Orion Ben). Show More Summary

Simpsons Trek

4 months agoGenres / Sci Fi : TrekToday

Sunday night’s The Simpsons episode, The Man Who Came to Be Dinner, featured a Star Trek closing credit. In The Man Who Came to Be Dinner, the Simpsons visited the home planet of the aliens Kang and Kodos. Running for approximately a minute, the credits included references to the original series with Marge as Vina […]

‘The Simpsons’ Does Star Trek During Last Night’s Closing Credits

5 months agoGenres / Sci Fi :

After an interplanetary episode of The Simpsons last night, the show ended with some rather familiar closing credits played to the Star Trek The Original Series closing theme. Check out the video after the jump, and see how many references you can name! The Simpsons do Trek In last night’s episode of The Simpsons, “The […]

Carpenter Brut “Anarchy Road” Song Premiere (Exclusive)

Bloody-Disgusting has teamed up with French electronic music producer Carpenter Brut to bring you the exclusive song premiere of “Anarchy Road”. The track pulses with catchy synths and retro tones. It’s perfect for people who dug the soundtrack to The Guest as well as fans of Perturbator. “Anarchy Road” comes from the upcoming EP III, […]

Why NBC’s ‘Hannibal’ Is The Best TV Show of 2014

Hannibal is an oddity. Everything about it spells disaster. It’s a previously tackled idea that was made into an academy award winning film. The Silence of the Lambs is a masterwork, due mostly to the incredible performance of Anthony Hopkins as Hannibal Lecter. Somehow Hannibal is much more than the sum of its parts. It’s […]

November 30, 2014: Videos of note!

Robot Dance Japan: Wanderers – a short film by Erik Wernquist: Wanderers – a short film by Erik Wernquist from Erik Wernquist on Vimeo Best Snow News Bloopers Ever: Black Friday shoppers, take note!  This is how to line up in an orderly fashion: This reminds me that I’ve got to start […]

‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ trailer includes X-wings, Falcon, more

The debut trailer for “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” is out, offering fans a glimpse of the first new live-action […]

The Slasher Genre is Coming to Video Games in a Big Way

I’ve spent a lot of time complaining about how bizarre it is that the slasher film genre hasn’t ever made its way to video games. It’s odd, seeing as there’s a definite audience for that sort of thing. Ignoring those abysmal Naughty Bear games, all we have left to choose from is a handful of […]

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