You actually took the time to check this story out before plastering it all over social media. You are part of a truly rare breed. A real truth ranger, riding tall among the faux storefronts and plastic tumbleweeds of… Read the rest
Darren Wallace of Melbourne, Australia has created “Avengers of Oz: Age of Tin Man,” a parody of the Avengers: Age of Ultron teaser trailer that features characters from the classic The Wizard of Oz of 1939. The Tin Woodsman takes… Read the rest
PLAYBACK Collective has put together an awesome 1980s VHS-style 80’s teaser for George Miller’s post-apocalyptic action film Mad Max: Fury Road. According to the creators:
“With this trailer we delve into important questions, such as what would Fury Road’s color… Read the rest
Remember the remote controlled “Flying Witch” and “Flying Superman” videos on youtube a while back? Those were the work of Otto Dieffenbach and his unique advertising company, FlyGuy Promotions. He creates unique Identifiable Flying Objects (IFOs) as promotional gimmicks for… Read the rest
As many great films as Ridley Scott has made in a wide variety of genres, he will arguably be forever known for his contributions to science-fiction. After all, the guy did make both Alien and Blade Runner, unquestionably two of… Read the rest
It’s sci-fi of the goofy kind, beautifully executed. The visual effects and scenery are stunning, but play into an inside joke about the low budget feel of films past. The main character (Fripp) and his spacecraft seem to me a… Read the rest
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This is admittedly a huge boon to… Read the rest
Yes it’s another Terminator reboot, but with a decidedly geeky twist:
Paramount Pictures and Skydance Productions announced the launch of a new trilogy based on the James Cameron franchise, starring Emilia Clarke from “Game of Thrones” and Jason Clarke, who… Read the rest
No, you did not just wander onto a page at The National Enquirer.
One of the longest lived Urban Legends of the gaming community has just been proven … true.
On September 28, 1983, the New York Times ran a… Read the rest
Over the past 70 years or so we’ve had lots of cinematic variations on the werewolf theme. Wolf-Men. Wolf-Women. Teen Wolf. Lycanthropic gated communities.
To the best of my knowledge, Canadian writer/director/editor Lowell Dean (known for 13 Eerie, I Heart… Read the rest
So if Superman found your GoPro camera and it had your name on it, he’d return it right? Of course he would, he’s Superman. He might take care of a few errands on the way, however.
Film company Corridor Digital… Read the rest
Japanese animator Takahide Hori spent four years of his spare time making this stunning half-hour stop-motion creation.
The painstaking process took four years comprised almost solely of the artist’s effort, creating all the characters and sets and shooting it one… Read the rest
Son of East End greengrocer William Hitchcock and his wife, Emma Jane (Whelan), Alfred Hitchcock is the acknowledged master of the thriller genre he virtually invented. He was also a brilliant technician who deftly blended sex, suspense and humor. He… Read the rest
If you’re somewhere between your 30s to your 50s you might remember watching a local or national “Horror Movie Show”, usually late Saturday night. As I grew up it was “Nightmare Theatre” with Dr. Cadaverino in Milwaukee, WI.
The shows… Read the rest