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Microsoft To Back Remake of Blake’s 7

For those of you who don’t know, Blake’s 7 was a BBC sci fi television show that ran during the late 70’s and early 80’s. It was a mashup of genre elements resulting in a vibe somewhere akin to Magnificent 7 meets Robin Hood meets Star Trek. The show had a massively fervent fanbase in England but never really caught on here in the states. Well, Microsoft thinks that’s going […]


Watch ‘The Space Invaders’ Documentary Now

We live in a marvelous time. We exist in an era where everything is at our fingertips. Any piece of information, any song, or any map. It’s all there, through the power of the internet. Through the internet filmmakers can create and distribute their own films. It’s a glorious time. There’s almost no middle man involved. Sure, it helps if you get picked up by Amazon or Netflix but there’s […]


The Wolverine (Film Review)

After a production misfire with Darren Aronofsky in the director’s chair, the second Wolverine film, The Wolverine, has finally arrived in theaters. This time around the venture is directed by James Manigold (3:10 to Yuma, Walk The Line) and, of course, stars Hugh Jackman. My initial misgivings about the proposed adaptation of Claremont and Miller’s acclaimed mini series, where logan travels to Japan, were pushed aside when I learned that […]


Universal Is Betting That ‘Soldiers Of The Sun’ Will Launch A Franchise

These days there’s only one word that studios care about. Franchise. Does your idea support a franchise? Will the story you’re telling directly dove-tail into a franchise? Does the film that’s being produced have enough real star power to propel it into franchise territory? Those are all questions that studios are asking every five seconds. Apparently Vin Diesel makes all of those questions irrelevant. The star of the XXX, Riddick, […]


What If Episode II Was Good?

The Prequels are a constant source of ire for most members of the nerd community. The films are so bad it’s almost comical. No, that’s not right. They’re literally comically bad. Jarjar? Even by kid’s films standards. They’re horrendous. Well, it would seem that Youtube sensation Belated Media has taken it upon himself to fix the prequels. You know what’s crazy? They’re actually funny, reasonably well crafted ideas. I, for […]


Elysium (Film Review)

Let’s get straight to the point: Neil Blomkamp’s sophomore offering Elysium is much better than you’ve been led to believe. All over the blogosphere it seems like doom and gloom is associated with Elysium. People seem to be talking about how much of a let down Elysium was and hot it wasn’t as good as District 9. They’re all wrong. Don’t listen to the 67% on Rotten Tomatoes. Don’t listen […]


Hayao Miyazaki’s ‘The Wind Rises’

Hayo Miyazaki is one of the world’s most beloved storytellers. He’s been responsible for My Neighbhor Totoro, Kiki’s Delivery Service, Porco Rosso, and Howl’s Moving Castle as well as Spirited Away and countless other globally cherished films. Miyazaki has just finished his latest film ‘The Wind Rises’, which is a biopic about Jiro Horikoshi, the famed creator of the Japanese fighter plane the Zero. The film, contrary to what you’d […]


Sony Picks Up Neil Blomkamp’s Chappie

Neil Blomkamp is quickly heading for ‘The Awesome Zone’. ‘The Awesome Zone’, in case you were wondering is kinda like the Danger Zone but without the danger… and more awesome. Neil Blomkamp’s Elysium has come out and has proven successful. Due to this Blomkamp’s third film Chappie has been picked up by Sony. Here’s the Press Release: Blomkamp will direct the film from a screenplay he has written with Terri […]


Fox Offering $100 Million To Hugh Jackman To Continue Playing Wolverine?

Hugh Jackman is an amazing actor. He’s also rivaling Christopher Reeve as Superman and Sean Connery As Bond in the iconic department. Jackman has played Logan aka Wolverine in seven films. X-men, X2: X-men United, X-men 3: The Last Stand, X-men Origins: Wolverine, X-men: First Class, The Wolverine. Next year Jackman will be starring in the massive X-crossover film X-men: Days of Future Past, which will unite the cast from […]


Will The Emperor Appear In Star War: Episode VII?

It seems like every week there’s a new rumor regarding the casting or plot of the new installment of the Star Wars saga. This week’s rumor is actually slightly more plausible than the others. Jedi News is proclaiming that actor Ian McDiarmid will reprise his iconic role of Emperor Palpatine in Episode VII. Their report states: “The specifics of the role are unclear, but it seems likely that McDiarmid will […]


Footage From Jerry Lewis’ Lost Film ‘The Day The Clown Cried’ Surfaces

Jerry Lewis is hands down one of the most important figures in filmmaking. From his comedic work to his directing prowess the man has very few rivals. Over the course of his career, Jerry Lewis made some of the most important and innovative films ever to be put on the silver screen. And then there’s ‘The Day The Clown Cried’. Jerry Lewis, in the early 1970’s starred and directed a […]


New Sci-Fi Thriller ‘The Panopticon’ To Be Directed By Tarsem Singh

Tarsem Singh, the director of The Fall, Immortals and Mirror, Mirror, has just signed on to direct a new feature film titled The Panopticon. The film’s log line is ‘a seemingly ordinary man who receives a mysterious package containing a pre-recorded message from himself, warning that the world is about to end and only he can save it. He must race against the clock to piece together the puzzle before […]


Danny Boyle’s Trance (Film Review)

Something weird is happening with Danny Boyle. I love Danny Boyle. I’ve loved almost every single film that the man’s made. His visual style, his narrative sense, and the projects he selects are all always on point. He’s an auteur. He guides his films with the deftness and steady hand of a seasoned pro. Well, at least he used to. If you’ll cast your mind back to the last Olympics […]


Disney Attempts To Take Bruckheimer’s Final Cut Away

Jerry Bruckheimer has been making movies as long as I’ve been alive. He’s been very successful. So successful that he’s been given almost free reign to do whatever he wants. Well, it seems that he’s been making some poor decisions as of late. His last three movies have all under performed. G-Force, Sorcerer’s Apprentice, and Prince of Persia all failed at the box office. After the recent fiasco that was […]


Antoine Fuqua’s Olympus Has Fallen (Film Review)

Antoine Fuqua is a director that I used to love. That is to say, I loved him for a very definite amount of time. I thought Fuqua was going to be the next Spike Lee. I was chomping at the preverbial bit to see how he would follow up his stunningly brilliant feature film Training Day. He had already made The Repracement Killers, a favorite of mine, and Bait, which […]

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