The last time we saw Charlize Theron was in 2012, when she was being a total douchebag in space for Ridley Scott’s Prometheus and a total bitch in the woods for Rupert Sanders’ Snow White and the Huntsman. And before that, she was a self-centered grunt in Jason Reitman’s Young Adult. Show More Summary
In a throwback to the golden age of cinema, Hollywood has declared 2014 the "Year of the Bible." From Ridley Scott's "Exodus" starring Christian Bale as Moses, to Russell Crowe playing Noah, Hollywood is gambling on new innovations in technology and star power to revisit some of the most popular stories ever told.
Garth Ennis and Facundo Percio have a new horror science-fiction series inspired by Ridley Scott’s Alien and Prometheus set for release this April (check out our interview with Ennis here). The series follows the crew of the Caliban space ship as they suddenly encounter a... Read More
In a speech at the 2007 Venice Film Festival at special screening of his seminal noir thriller Blade Runner, Sir Ridley Scott, the legendary director of Alien, announced that he believes that science-fiction as a genre is dead. From warp...
Sucker Punch's PS4 debut can look beautiful when it wants, but is that enough?. When confronted with the challenge of depicting a Los Angeles flung so far forwards in time that it even made the future look old, director Ridley Scott came up with an inspiring solution. Click here to read the full article
Fifty-seven years passed between the events of Ridley Scott's Alien and James Cameron's Aliens, and during that entire time, Ellen Ripley slept in stasis. At least, that's what we were told. Now along comes author Tim Lebbon to tellShow More Summary
You have probably heard of a movie that's been called the Bible of science fiction, Blade Runner. Set in a dystopian Los Angeles of 2019, the movie centered on cops, known as Blade Runners, that specialize in tracking down replicants or genetically engineered organic robots made by powerful mega corporations. Show More Summary
When movie producer and director Sir Ridley Scott was chosen by Apple to create what has become one of the most iconic Super Bowl Commercials ever, viewers had no idea that this was to become an illustrious trend in a tradition of creative and groundbreaking advertising. Show More Summary
There hasn’t been a universally loved Alien movie in almost thirty years. After Ridley Scott’s original and James Cameron’s sequel, most fans have found something to dislike about the three films that followed. Even the video games that take place in the universe have failed to capture the xenomorphic magic of the 1979 and 1986 […]
Since the release of Ridley Scott’s masterpiece in 1979, the Alien franchise has grown to become one of the most successful and beloved in the horror world. Along with the prospect of a new Alien video game and the planned Prometheus comic books series, Titan... Read More
An advertisement, directed by Ridley Scott, aired during the third quarter of Super Bowl XVII on Jan. 22, 1984. The visuals on the screen cut between a woman running with a sledgehammer, police in riot gear giving chase and lines ofShow More Summary
When we started Visions of Horror, we did so with the intention of featuring exceptional artwork by horror artists who have made an undeniable mark on the industry. But only few have had such a profound impact on popular culture like VoH’s latest featured artist,... Read More
Thirty years ago today — January 24, 1984 — the Apple Macintosh went on sale for the first time. Arriving in stores two days after the SuperBowl airing of the famous “1984? television commercial directed by Ridley Scott, the Macintosh … Read more ›
Paul Waldman notes an anniversary: Thirty years ago this week, the Super Bowl featured an ad (directed by Ridley Scott, no less) for the soon-to-be-released Macintosh computer, in which Apple implicitly compared the dominance of Microsoft operating systems and IBM computers to the oppressive dictatorship of George Orwell's 1984. Show More Summary
Thirty years ago this week, the Super Bowl featured an ad (directed by Ridley Scott, no less) for the soon-to-be-released Macintosh computer, in which Apple implicitly compared the dominance of Microsoft operating systems and IBM computers to the oppressive dictatorship of George Orwell's 1984. Show More Summary
For any longtime Apple fans, it’s amazing to think that today marks 30 years since the January 22, 1984 airing of the Nineteen Eighty Four-inspired Macintosh commercial, directed by Ridley Scott. Not only did the commercial usher in Apple’s most … Read more ›
Game of Thrones alum Richard Madden is out there doing the rounds this week to promote Klondike, his new Discovery gold-mining miniseries from Ridley Scott and David Zucker. In one of the interviews, with the Hollywood Reporter, he told this story, which I am bringing to your attention for the following reasons: It is about a peeing-in-the-snow-related mishap.
The Alien: Isolation environmental artists are clearly having a lot of fun evoking the 1979 vibe of the Ridley Scott film. Check out that curved brown piping on the wall, the clunky radios, the inset screens with their blocky displays. Also, as June...
When you think of filmmakers who build unique, vast worlds, five that certainly come to mind are Guillermo del Toro, Terry Gilliam, Stanley Kubrick, David Lynch and Ridley Scott. Which is why the Hero Complex Gallery chose those five men as the subjects of Imagined Worlds, their latest exhibit at the Los Angeles based art gallery. […]
Another one bites the dust. A Halo movie has been talked about since the first video game was released on the inaugural Xbox system becoming an instantaneous best-seller. A lot of big name people have been stapled to this proposed movie, Peter Jackson and Guillermo del Toro for example, and yet it still hasn’t been […]