If you want to master something, do it a lot. Artist Scott Saslow took that to heart when he, a couple years ago, embarked on a project to create one movie poster a year. Now, he’s still making posters, and his work is incredible—minimal but iconic, made with a deft awareness of exactly how to translate a film into a…
You know the story: the loving parents desperate for a child. The space ship, careening from some far-off planet. A special child. Only this time, the kid doesn’t grow up to be Superman.
Superheroic meet cutes always involve the threat of violence, right?
A couple of months ago, Blumhouse head and horror super-producer Jason Blum got into some justifiable trouble for his comments suggesting that there were not many women directors in the horror space, which explains why, at that time, Blumhouse hadn’t produced a single theatrically distributed horror film made by a…
Miles isn’t Peter Parker. And that simple fact is really, really essential.
What’s better than a good bad guy? Two good bad guys rolled into one. Two great tastes that taste evil together.
I usually don’t give a lot of thought to ship designs in science fiction movies. My general assumption is that they exist to look cool, with function considered as a secondary problem if at all.
Tomorrow is the midseason finale of Supergirl, which means things are going to soon get a bit dramatic. Here’s a clip to tide you over.
Yesterday, Lucasfilm released the first batch of Star Wars Galaxy of Adventures shorts, a series of animated shorts that pair new visuals with audio from the films, creating bite-sized reinterpretations of the Star Wars universe perfect for kids (except for the Darth Vader one, which is… kinda brutal). They’re…
The Predator, Shane Black’s wild, manic reboot of the Predator franchise, was not a good movie. But recently revealed concept art suggests it could have been a masterpiece. Oh, how the best ideas never come true. That’s right, there were nearly Predator monkeys.
Hail magic Satan! Looks like we know when Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is coming back, and it’s a lot sooner than expected.
*record scratch* “Yeah, that’s me, Thanos. I bet you’re wondering how I ended up in this crazy situation. Well...”
Before he was a formative presence on The Walking Dead, Greg Nicotero worked as an assistant for Tom Savini on George Romero’s 1985 classic Day of the Dead. Recently, he reminisced on working with the late director, and he’s got some great stories to tell from the experience.
Rebellion, the video game studio that owns 2000 AD and related properties like Judge Dredd, has purchased space to set up a $100 million film and TV studio.
Seasonal action figures are a really fun idea. And who’s more suited for Christmas than the Master of the Universe himself, He-Man? After all, he’s taken his turn as Santa before, in a wonderfully bizarre Christmas special. Why not take that power to plastic?
Justice League wouldn’t have been the first movie to feature parademons.
Everybody needs a friend.