Jurassic World: Director Colin Trevorrow shared very cool new artwork from Jurassic World; he indicates copies will be available at San Diego Comic-Con this coming weekend “to a resourceful few.” Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Jake Johnson, Judy Geer, Ty Simpkins, and Vincent D’Onofrio star; the movie will stomp into theaters on June 12, 2015. [Twitter via Bleeding Cool]
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They Live: John Carpenter’s 1988 science-fiction cult classic They Live, set in Los Angeles, revolves around an alien invasion by extraterrestrials who control mankind via subliminal messages. This week two Los Angeles artists, Stephen Zeigler and Calder Greenwood, reenacted scenes from the movie, guerilla-style, complete with “signage and [an] actor dressed as an alien in a business suit as seen through Roddy… Continue reading Movie News: See a Cool Reenactment of John Carpenter's 'They Live'
This summer, audiences will return to the neo-noir world of Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller with Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, the long-awaited sequel to the 2005 film Sin City. While we wait to reenter the shadowy world of sinister fiends and dames to kill — and possibly be killed — for, take a look at this noir-inspired animated short by Rafael Grampá, which… Continue reading Wanna Watch a Really Cool Short Film About a Man Hunting Down an Idea Thief?
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Resident Evil 6 update – With Paul W.S. Anderson ready to unleash his disaster epic Pompeii on audiences later this year, the director has finally taken a minute to update everyone on the state of Resident Evil 6. Remember that September 2014 release date? Not likely to happen…
Anderson has revealed that there’s currently… Continue reading The Last Horror Blog: 'Resident Evil 6' Update, Cool Jason Trivia, 'Argento's Dracula' Review, and More!
And not just this January. Every January stinks. January is our cultural dumping ground, a month where nothing good happens or gets released because everything worthwhile arrived in the final months of the previous year. This is doubly true if you’re a science fiction fan (or desperately need to find a topic for your biweekly sci-fi movie column). The only way for entertainment junkies to stay sane during this… Continue reading The Last Sci-fi Blog: 5 Cool Ways to Shake Off January's Total Lack of New Sci-fi