I love monster movies in general, and The Thing has always been one of my favorites. I liked the clever psychological horror, but what really drew me was the Thing itself. The way it could quickly change into all kinds of strange forms just added to the awesomeness. What sort of freaky weird chimera would it be this… »
A new film with Alexander Skarsgard and Samuel L. Jackson is slated for release next year. Skarsgard plays a Englishman called back to investigate trouble in the part of Africa where he grew up. The Englishman’s name? Lord Greystoke—but you can call him Tarzan!
A couple of months ago someone here recommended this movie in an open thread and I just got around to watching it. I loved, loved, loved this movie. Go add it to your queue now. I’ll post the trailer below, but it (and my synopsis) spoil things a bit: I went into this movie cold and I recommend you do the same. »
These are mostly science fiction films, and they look at different categories; the largest sets ever built, the smallest sets built in miniature, the best built digitally, the most impressive feat of engineering, etc. »
Avengers: Age of Ultron is here! How many secret comic book connections did they slip in and what future movie hints were dropped? Let’s assemble the facts, shall we? THERE BE SPOILERS HERE! »
Sometimes it’s hard to keep up with all the stuff that films here (although I do stalk Supernatural shoots). This is why Twitter comes in so handily: »
If you're excited for The Avengers: Age of Ultron to come out next month, congratulations and welcome to the human race. It's going to be crazy. But before that superhero spectacle begins, it's always fun to look back at the original movie. Here are some things you didn't know about The Avengers. »