As far as cinematic genres go, few are as reliably controversial as horror cinema. From the days of Tod Browning’s Freaks (which used real sideshow performers for its ghastly tale of retribution) way back in 1932, to some of the unforgettable moments of Lars Von Trier’s Antichrist, controversy is one of the genre’s constants.
While there’s no official title bestowed upon the… Continue reading The Last Horror Blog: Eight Movies More Controversial Than 'The Human Centipede' Series
Some franchises just make sense. James Bond can go on forever because there’s endless stories you can tell with a handsome super spy saving the world. The Avengers can spin-off into a dozen different franchises all their own because it’s got characters for days. But The Human Centipede? Who can really say they saw it getting a single sequel, yet alone two?
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Halloween: The Complete Collection extras are amazing – If you’re a Michael Myers fan, odds are you were already lining up to get your copy of Scream Factory’s massive new 15-disc collector’s set featuring pretty much every Halloween movie in existence. However, if you… Continue reading Last Horror Blog: 'Halloween' Box Set Unveiled, 'The Squad' Trailer, 'Almost Human' Review, and More
A full-length trailer for Transformers: Age of Extinction has arrived online, giving us our biggest and baddest look yet at Michael Bay’s fourth Transformers movie, due out on June 27.
This next chapter in the Transformers saga picks up a few years after the events of Transformers: Dark of the Moon, and it’s centered on a new batch of human characters lead by Mark… Continue reading 'Transformers: Age of Extinction' Trailer: This Is Not War... It's Human Extinction
FOX is offering up its biggest preview of “Almost Human” thus far, an eight-minute chunk of the series premiere that pretty well encapsulates everything you need to know about the show going in.
There are introductions to nearly every regular character, including stars Karl Urban as damaged cop John Kennex and Michael Ealy as Dorian, Kennex’s new robot partner. You’ll see glimpses of the show’s setting in the year 2048… Continue reading 'Almost Human' series premiere: Watch Karl Urban trash a robot