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First Look At Peter Capaldi’s Dr Who Costume

Dr Who has a new face. He’s going to be played for the immediate future by actor Peter Capaldi. Who fans were able to see the actor inhabit the role just briefly but now we’re finally getting a good look at the new Doctor’s costume. Feast your eyes. A brand-new era of Doctor Who begins as the Time Lord dons a new look. Each incarnation of the Doctor has his own original […]


Terry Gilliam’s Zero Theorem Looks Like The Acid Trip You’ve Always Wanted

Terry Gilliam is one of the few filmmakers who continues to produced uncompromising work. The  man has dealt with more adversity and catastrophe than most filmmakers and yet he continues to just keep making things. Which in this day and age is quite admirable. His latest, Zero Theorem looks to be a colada-scope of amazingly bizarre elements. Check out the trailer and see for yourself. The film looks like it […]


JJ Abrams Talks ‘Star Wars Episode VII’

Star Wars has been on everyone’s mind since it was announced that George Lucas was selling the franchise to Disney and that they’d be making new movies. Originally writer Michael Ardnt was hired to write the screenplay for the highly anticipated Episode VII. Well, that’s no longer the case. He’s been let go and original writer Laurence Kasdan has been brought in to work on the film’s screenplay. According to […]


Star Wars Spin-Offs Won’t Alter “Saga” Episodes

If, fifteen years ago, you would have told everyone that Disney would have bought Lucasfilm and started making their own Star Wars films without George Lucas’ involvement, you would have been laughed out of the room. Now, after the sequels, Disney owning the Star Wars Universe is a massive relief for fans across the globe. Even so, very little is known about how Disney plans on making use of the […]


The He-Man and the Masters of the Universe Director’s Short List

It seems like a bi-annual event at this point. The He-man and the Master of the Universe movie is rumbling to life, yet again. This time John M. Chu’s name isn’t attached to the project. So, at least there’s that. The famous saturday morning cartoon turned pop culture icon turned would-be block buster tentpole is staggering back to life. This time the film is preparedly close to actually being put […]


First Look: Quicksilver in Days of Future Past

Quicksilver is one of my favorite mutants. He might even be one of my favorite characters in all of comics. The character is endlessly entertaining and has such an interesting and compelling backstory and point of view. Pietro Maximoff, the son of Magneto, is arguably the heir apparent to the Marvel Universe and yet he can’t seem to get out of his own way. The character’s entitled attitude and cocky […]


Her (Film Review)

Spike Jonze, without a doubt, is one of the most interesting and district filmmakers currently working. His narrative sense and knack for comedy intricately combine to make a viewing experience unlike any other. Her is a film about a man falling in love with an operating system, yes . But it’s about so much more. It’s about how the need for companionship and understanding is a deep-seeded human desire. It’s […]


Channing Tatum Snarls In The First Official Image for ‘Jupiter Ascending’

The Wachowski’s haven’t exactly had an easy time lately. Their last few films haven’t made as much money as they’d like, and definitely haven’t reviewed nearly as well as their first few entries. Well, now that the trailer for Jupiter Ascending has arrived to lukewarm responses from people they’re attempting to stir up some more excitement with the first official image of Channing Tatum’s Werewolf-dude-guy. I’d be lying if I […]


‘Dawn of the Planet of the Apes’ Projects Grim Times For Humanity

The Planet of the Apes reboot film Rise of the Planet of the Apes was a success when it was released around two years ago. Due to that, the inevitable sequel has been prepped and is about to be released as well. The newest installment in the newly remolded franchise is titled Dawn of the Planet of the Apes and it appears to be a much darker, somber film. This […]


No, It’s Really Good: Scanners II: The New Order

David Cronenberg is not known for launching franchises. He’s known for crafting intense psychological horror films that deal with trauma inflicted from within the body. Cronenberg is a master craftsman and one of the most prestigious filmmakers currently living. His 1981 instant cult classic is one of the finest horror films of the decade. It’s a searing indictment of corporate greed, governmental manipulation and the horrors that are endemic to […]


Lifeforce (Film Review)

Everyone in the horror community knows the name Tobe Hooper. He’s the man who directed one of the most terrifying films of all time, the Texas Chainsaw Massacre. What most people don’t remember Tobe Hooper for is directing a little film called Lifeforce. Lifeforce was the first in Tobe Hooper’s three picture deal with Cannon Films. The other two were Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 and the remake of Invaders from […]


Dr Who: Day of the Doctor Prologue

The Dr Who event that every fan has been waiting for is right around the corner. The Fiftieth Anniversary event, titled Day of the Doctor will see Matt Smith teaming up with David Tennent and John Hurt to do… well, doctor stuff. The BBC released a special six minute prologue to the event which features a returning Who actor that is sure to get many Whovians very excited. The Day […]


No, It’s Really Good: Predators (Film Review)

The Alien and Predator have undergone some very extreme ups and downs. From studio mismanagement to financial disaster these two franchises have experience just about every snag known to Hollywood. From the brilliance of the initial entries into the series, to the disappointing Predator 2, the so good it’s almost unbelievable Aliens, the jumbled mess that is Aliens 3,and  the complete and utter train wreck  that is Aliens: Resurrection. After […]

File photo of Guillermo Del Toro in Beverly Hills

Guillermo Del Toro Is Writing A Pacific Rim Sequel

Guillermo Del Toro has been hitting the press circuit in order to promote the DVD release of his latest film, Pacific Rim. In doing so he’s let some juicy morsels drop about the proposed sequel to the less than financial blockbuster kaiju film, his future projects, and his desire to make a Frankenstein film. About the future of the Pacific Rim franchise he had this to say: No, we are […]


The Godzilla Trailer Is Here

Godzilla in the hands of Americans is a dicey thing. It just is. The last time Americans got their hands on the iconic Japanese kaiju we got that Rolland Emmerich/Matthew Broderick suckfest. Hopefully, we’ll get something better this time. The trailer certainly looks like it packs more punch than the 1998 nonsense. But don’t listen to me, see for yourself.   Godzilla 2014 Teaser Trailer from Joey Shabadoo on Vimeo.

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