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The crew aboard the medical rescue spaceship Nightingale 9 roams the outer limits of deep space, keeping an ear tuned to the void around them for cries of help. When one such signal finds them, they rescue a mysterious man and his intriguing relic. The crew’s kindness could be their downfall, however, as their new guest has hellish plans to fulfill in Supernova, coming soon to Blu-ray via Scream Factory.
Press Release - “In the farthest reaches of space, something has been waiting…
Scream Factory has announced the release of sci-fi thriller Supernova on January 13, 2015. Arriving for the first time on Blu-ray, this release comes complete with bonus content, featuring The Making of Supernova¸ with new interviews with actors Lou Diamond Phillips and Robert Forster, producer Daniel Chuba and filmmaker Jack Sholder.
Beyond comprehension, beyond imagination and beyond the deepest regions of this galaxy…life as we know it is about to end! »
- Derek Anderson
Two weeks of catch up for you.
The Best Movie Sunglasses of All Time
So says Vogue.
Brilliant look at the show’s costume design with insight from Gabriella Pescucci. Love the French impressionists inspiration.
This is kinda cool – clothes retailer Metail have introduced a Cher style style wardrobe selector. We have the technology!
Video: Two minutes with costume designer Christopher Lawrence on why »
- Lord Christopher Laverty
There may have been a point, in late 1988, where Tim Burton began to wonder whether he'd bitten off more than he could chew.
Sure, the 30-year-old director had made feature films before - namely Pee-Wee's Big Adventure and Beetlejuice - but those films were relatively low-budget. Small-scale. Made outside the glare of public and Hollywood studio scrutiny.
Batman, on the other hand, was being put together with a blinding media spotlight trained on it. Warner Bros had set aside somewhere around $30m to adapt DC Comics' beloved Caped Crusader for the silver screen, and both journalists and fans were following every step of its production with keen interest.
Most worryingly, as production on Batman got underway in October 1988, a vocal proportion of those fans were decidedly unhappy. »
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