When Alex Garland revealed that his next film would be an adaptation of Jeff VanderMeer’s novel Annihilation, the first thing I did was order a copy. After all, if this book was worthy of rousing the interest of the man who directed Ex Machina, then it was surely something worth reading. Having now finished the book in a single marathon session (it’s a… Continue reading The Last Sci-Fi Blog: Why 'Annihilation' is the Perfect Way For Alex Garland to Follow Up 'Ex Machina'
If you’ve been consumed with Comic-Con news for the last week or so, as we ourselves have been, then you may have missed this horror news.
Scouts vs Zombies gets a new title and teaser trailer – Paramount’s upcoming horror comedy Scouts vs. Zombies has a new name (Scout’s Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse) and a new teaser trailer. The teaser is… Continue reading The Last Horror Blog: 'From Dusk Till Dawn' Season 2, 'C.U.J.O.' and More Recent Horror News
Terminator Genisys, the fifth entry in what was once one of the greatest science fiction film series of all time, is here and it’s bound to bring out a lot of mixed emotions in fans. On one level, it directly quotes (and even takes place during) the events of the iconic first film while bringing in recognizable elements from Terminator 2: Judgment Day
Passengers should be on your radar.
After years of development and false starts, one of the most acclaimed science fiction screenplays of the past decade finally appears to have locked down a director and a cast. And you should get excited — it’s not every day that a project like this nabs two huge movie stars and a very interesting director. Passengers
It’s been a rough road for adaptations of some of Stephen King’s biggest books. Rumors of a movie based on King and Peter Straub’s epic The Talisman have floated around for years (with Steven Spielberg attached at one point), but have never come to fruition. Ron Howard tantalized us with what was sure to be an amazing multi-feature version of King’s sprawling dark… Continue reading The Last Horror Blog: The Pros and Cons of Making 'The Stand' Into a TV Show and a Movie