Wednesday , 29 March 2017

Things to Come

Alien: Covenant looking more Alien-like – trailer

In space, and here on Planet Earth, fans have been hearing a lot of good news of late regarding the Alien franchise. 20th Century Fox has released the first trailer for Alien: Covenant, which simultaneously looks to be serving as both a prequel to Ridley Scott’s 1979 original Alien film which started it all, and his Prometheus film from 2012, which took ... Read More »

Phantasm: Ravager – The sphere is almost here!

One of horror’s most original, enduring and beloved franchises is returning to theaters in a very big way. Phantasm: Ravager, the fifth and final installment of the surreal horror series, brings Reggie, Mike, Jody, The Tall Man and those brain-sucking spheres back for one last battle for the future of mankind. In addition, a new presentation of the original classic film, ... Read More »

Fantasia Film Fest’s 20th features fantastic lineup!

For fans of fantastic and frightful fare, there is no bigger and better place to see into the future what films will be headed to theaters, video and streaming services than the Fantasia International Film Festival. Based in Montreal, Fantasia will be celebrating its 20th anniversary this summer, from July 14 – August 2, and has already announced an impressive list of ... Read More »

King of the Monsters is back in Godzilla Resurgence

Looks like mammoth monsters are set to make a giant return to the big screen. With Legendary Pictures’ successful launch of their own Godzilla franchise in 2014, which will ultimately meet up with their new King Kong reboot set for next year, the Japanese studio that brought the original Godzilla to wreak havoc on Tokyo is back with their own reboot ... Read More »

First look at Kong: Skull Island looks ape-etizing

The biggest, baddest ape of all-time, King Kong, is returning to the big screen next year, and with principal photography having just wrapped, Legendary Pictures has released their first look at the film. Shot in Hawaii, Vietnam and Australia, Kong: Skull Island, looks to explore the great ape’s home in a brand new reboot that will ultimately pair him with another giant beast ... Read More »

A Lively Battle vs Shark in The Shallows

Now that Spring is finally here, it means that Summer is right around the corner. And that gets us thinking of baseball, going down the shore (as we say here New Jersey), Kohr’s ice cream, and, of course, sharks. This summer marks the 100th anniversary of the horrific attacks along the Jersey Shore that resulted in four deaths, in what remains the ... Read More »

Prometheus sequel gets new old title and release date

“I don’t want to go back to where we came from. I want to go where they came from.” Certainly one of the most widely discussed genre films of the past several years is Ridley Scott’s 2012 Prometheus, which expanded upon the Alienverse which he first brought to cinemas in 1979’s Alien. While many praised the film’s visuals, ambitious ideas and ... Read More »

A future full of Jaws

This time, it’s really, really personal. It was 30 years ago today, on October 21, 2015, that Marty McFly traveled to the future for the first time in Back to the Future II. Among the many futuristic developments were hoverboards, news drones, video glasses, the Cubs finally winning the World Series and a theater marquee for Jaws 19 that comes ... Read More »

Attack on Titan assaults theaters!

A giant pair of films are about to be unleashed upon theater screens around the world. Attack on Titan, a film so big, it had to be split into two parts in order to sufficiently tell its tale, continues the tradition of colossal creatures decimating the human population. Based on a popular Japanese manga series of comics, this unrated live ... Read More »

The Green Inferno set to turn screens red

If there was any filmmaker qualified enough to take the cannibal subgenre of horror film that was once popular decades ago, and bring it back into modern theaters, it is the one and only Eli Roth. It is hard to believe it has been eight years since we last saw a feature film directed by Roth, that being 2007’s Hostel: Part ... Read More »