Zap2it: Most of “Falling Skies” is shot on location in woods and fields, in all kinds of weather. What does that mean for an actor?
Drew Roy: I love when we’re doing a scene, and you can see our breath, or when we’re doing another scene, and everybody’s hair is matted down, water’s dripping off. That’s the grit. It’s not like when you’re on
The summer of 1982 produced a heap of landmark sci-fi blockbusters like “E.T.,” “Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan” and “Blade Runner.” There was so much going on, that it was easy for a film to fall through the cracks — and that’s just what happened to John Carpenter’s “The Thing.” The film opened on June 25, but struggled to find an audience and barely broke even at the… Continue reading 'John Carpenter's The Thing' At 30: Why It Still Matters (OPINION)