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    Ridley Scott (‘Prometheus’ / ‘Alien’)

    The cinematic summer of 2012 rolls on with director Ridley Scott’s first sci-fi effort in almost 30 years, Prometheus, whic has provoked fierce discussion among critics, audiences, fanboys and cinephiles as to its merits since it hit theaters this weekend. In both spoiler-free and spoiler-ful flavors, Ricky D, Julian Carrington and Simon Howell are here […] More

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    10 (Kind Of) Great Classic Sci-Fi Flicks You May Have Never Heard Of

    We know the greats; movies like Metropolis (1927), Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956), 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968), Star Wars (1977). And there are those films which maybe didn’t achieve cinematic greatness, but through their inexhaustible watchability became genre touchstones, lesser classics but classics nonetheless, like The War of the Worlds (1953), Godzilla (1954), […] More

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    Torchwood: Miracle Day, Ep. 4: “Escape to L.A.”

    Torchwood: Miracle Day, Episode 4: “Escape to L.A.” Written by Jim Gray & John Shiban Directed by Billy Gierhart Airs Fridays at 10pm (ET) on Starz This week, on Torchwood: Esther has a crazy sister, the Torchwood crew each individually become the Worst Agent Ever (Esther by visiting her sister, Rex by calling Vera and […] More

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    The First Intense Battle: Los Angeles Trailer

    Could this be the invasion movie we have been waiting for since Independence Day? Battle: Los Angeles, directed by Jonathan Liebesman, takes us into a conspiracy theory of dates and speculations only to bring us to the culmination of what all the alien sightings could be leading up to. This film stars Aaron Eckhart, Michelle Rodriguez, […] More

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    54th BFI London Film Festival: 127 Hours

    127 Hours Directed by Danny Boyle Starring James Franco, Treat Williams Tense? Anxious? Claustrophobic? Whatever you do, don’t think a trip to the cinema will alleviate these ailments as the last few weeks has seen a morbid fixation on a lingering demise, whether it be death by suffocation (Buried), death by refrigeration (Frozen), or in […] More

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    Trailer #2: Skyline

    Universal Pictures released a new trailer for the upcoming Sci-Fi film Skyline by directors Colin Strause (AVPR: Aliens vs Predator – Requiem) and Greg Strause and starring Eric Balfour (The Spirit), Scottie Thompson (Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda), David Zayas (The Expendables), Donald Faison (Next Day Air), Brittany Daniel (The Game). In the sci-fi thriller Skyline, strange […] More

  • Ridley Scott Going Back To His Sci-Fi Roots

    David Webb Peoples famous for penning such screenplays as, Blade Runner, Twelve Monkeys, Unforgiven and Ladyhawke has been reported to be adapting Joe Haldeman’s The Forever War novel for Ridley Scott. The science fiction novel tells the contemplative story of soldiers fighting an interstellar war between humanity and the enigmatic Tauran species. The pithy, insightful […] More

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    A Splice Trailer is Released!

    The official trailer for the eerie science experiment gone wrong thriller, Splice, has been released this past week. It’s almost like a someone took a hint of Deep Blue Sea by taking the playing god aspect with an animal, but this time its with some strange lizard creature. The creature almost reminds me of the […] More

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