What happens when a monster-creating meteor crashes a baby shower?
You get The Shower, starring Anne Hathaway. The wild genre-bending sci-fi comedy, now being produced by and starring Hathaway [via THR], sounds like the next evolution of the Bridesmaids phenomenon. It’s follows a group of women at a baby shower who find themselves in the middle of a space-zombie attack when a… Continue reading Anne Hathaway's New Movie Sounds Like 'Bridesmaids' Versus Space Zombies
When I sat down to revisit the 1998 film Lost in Space, it was a lark. Drinks were poured. Joe Tribbiani jokes were prepared. Wills were strengthened.
The guy who brought the Blu-ray insisted that it wasn’t nearly as bad as we remembered. 130 minutes later, my suspicions were confirmed: he was wrong. Stephen Hopkins’ adaptation of the campy ’60s television series… Continue reading The Last Sci-Fi Blog: How 1998's 'Lost in Space' Was Weirdly Ahead of Its Time
Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:
You know this isn’t that far off from actually happening. Here’s a trailer for DC and Marvel vs. Star Wars (via Geek Tyrant):
I wish this was also not that far off from happening. Here’s a trailer for a remake of Taken as a Super Mario Bros. movie (via Live for Films):
It’s certainly fair to say that 2001: A Space Odyssey has its fair share of weird, what with the psychedelic wormhole travel and space baby and so much more. But for as strange as Stanley Kubrick and seminal science fiction writer Arthur C. Clarke got back in the ’60s, it’s not nearly as bizarre as the author got 30 years later when he published the… Continue reading Ridley Scott to Turn the Super-Weird Sequel to '2001: A Space Odyssey' into a TV Show