By Rob Hunter “I did the original 'Alien.'” The article 23 Things We Learned from Ridley Scott’s ‘Alien Covenant’ Commentary appeared first on Film School Rejects.
Adam Savage of Tested ventured onto the set of Alien: Covenant and met up with the head of fabrication, Marea Fowler. Adam got a up close look at the creepy animatronic Xenomorph head that was worn by the movie’s creature puppeteer. Alien: Covenant is now available to purchase on DVD and Blu-ray from Amazon. Seeing...
Yes, practical effects were utilized. Ridley Scott’s original Alien was a game-changer in the world of man-in-suit creature effects, which is probably why so many fans were disappointed by all the CGI present in this year’s Alien: Covenant. Indeed, the film’s creatures were brought to life using a good deal of CGI, but practical effects […]
By H. Perry Horton The franchise and art have always been intrinsically related. The article Ars Gratia Artis: The Visual (and Religious) References of ‘Alien: Covenant’ appeared first on Film School Rejects.
It has now been months since we were all finally able to check out the new ALIEN film by original franchise director Ridley Scott - and I think it's safe to say the general reaction wasn't on the bright side. That said, whatShow More Summary
That said, it’s not a film he would have made. The only man more synonymous with the Alien franchise than Ridley Scott is James Cameron, who of course directed 1986 sequel Aliens. Many fans consider Aliens to be the hands down best film in the entire franchise, so it’s at least interesting to hear what […]
Alien. Covenant may not have met our expectations, but it was undoubtedly visually compelling. The dark sci-fi tableaus sketched out by director Ridley Scott and cinematographer Dariusz Wolski are lush and vivid, regardless of anything that does or doesn't happen in them. More »
New on Blu-ray “Alien: Covenant” (20th Century Fox DVD, $29.98; Blu-ray, $34.99; 4K, $39.99; also available on VOD) With “Alien: Covenant,” director Ridley Scott follows up his disappointing “Prometheus” with something much livelier, and continues his reinvention of the franchise he helped bring...
James Cameron had great success converting Titanic to 3D. When it came out in 2012, it made $67 million its opening weekend in China and went on to accumulate over $200 million worldwide. Cameron’s next 3D venture, Terminator 2: Judgement Day, opens in theaters soon. Show More Summary
Honest Trailers has set Alien: Covenant in its sights and reminds all of us that the best way to get killed by an Alien is just to be really, really dumb.
#alien #covenant #paulxwalsh #comic Une publication partagée par paul walsh (@paulxwalsh) le 1 Août 2017 à 15h09 PDT [Source: Paul Walsh on Instagram] The post Alien: Covenant [Comic] appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News...
In this very special incognito walk through Comic-Con, Adam puts on one of the actual spacesuits from Alien: Covenant! This beautiful suit was made by FBFX, and is packed with incredible detail, digital displays, and lighting that makes it look believable on screen. Show More Summary
Alien Covenant gets lumped into the bad Alien movies category as the Honest Trailer team tears into Ridley Scott's disappointing sequel.
I had such high hopes going into Alien: Covenant. Yeah, I know, it came out months ago, but I'm still a little bit sore about it, okay, and that's exactly why I'm eating this Alien: Covenant Honest Trailer right up.
21st Century Fox just reported that it ended its fiscal year in June with a so-so quarter — with strength at Fox News outweighing the weak box office for Alien: Covenant. Shares are mostly unchanged in post market trading. The numbers were affected by a $258 million tax expense vs a $60 million gain in the period last year. Show More Summary
Return to space for the movie that made the Alien franchise officially have more bad movies than good – Alien Covenant! [Screen Junkies] The post Alien: Covenant Gets an Honest Trailer [Video] appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.
Let me get this out of the way before we go any further: I do not think Xenomorphs need a cinematic origin story. The fact they are presented as a mysterious species without any logical motivation in the original 1979 film Alien and its sequels make them some of the scariest monsters ever to grace […]
This summer brought us Alien: Covenant, but so much time has passed, so many movies have come out since then, and the movie was so subpar that it feels like it could have been years ago. While the movie attempted to get back to the roots...Show More Summary
Screen Junkies is doing it again, with a movie that did it again. Alien: Covenant came out this past May and was pretty much immediately forgotten. It did extend the Alien franchise to five movies over almost forty years. (YouTube link) The first movie was a horror film. Show More Summary
If you haven't seen Alien. Covenant yet, don't bother. Watch this Honest Trailer instead - it's far, far better. More »