[This “open letter” contains spoilers for Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, and some minor spoilers for Terminator Genisys. You have been warned.]
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Following a delay of what was to be a direct continuation of Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines, Terminator Salvation was released in the summer of 2009. In it, we follow three main characters: John Connor, prophesied leader of the resistance, and his struggles under resistance command, Kyle Reese, a survivor of…
The spotted and sullied past of the Terminator doesn’t improve much with the newest entry in the series, Terminator Genisys. We’re introduced to the bleak and decimated future war against the machines, kicked off by a nuclear holocaust occurring in 1997. Kyle Reese is established, and quickly introduced to John…
Early reviews for the movie are coming in, and they are unsurprisingly “meh.”
There’s a new trailer online today for Harbinger Down, a scifi/horror movie from ADI, the studio originally tasked to create the creature effects for the 2011 version of The Thing.
Plus lots of new footage from the film! Spoilers in the video, be advised.
All this has happened before . . .
I remember watching an episode of Lois and Clark when I was a kid.
Unsubstantiated rumors, spoilers, and speculation ahoy! Seriously.
Disguised as a marketing short for a robotics company, Neil Blomkamp's 2004 film asks the question, "What if you could supplement your police force with machines? Would it make your community safer?"