3 items from 2014
Created by Frank Lupo
Produced by Invader Productions, Inc. (Us), Hoyts Productions (Aus)
Aired on NBC for a mini-series and 1 season (8 episodes, 2 originally unaired) from October 21 – December 9, 1988
Joe Cortese as Jack Breslin
Maryam D’Abo as Ta’Ra
Gregory Sierra as Victor Maldonado
Kim Delaney as Mandy Estabrook
Jack Breslin is a street cop who, upon investigating a series of unexplained murders, stumbles on Ta’ra, a female humanoid space alien from an orbiting prison starship, who is the only one that knows who or what is committing the murders. She reveals to Jack that she was a medical technician that survived an attack from an inmate alien known as a “Xenomorph” who killed her crew before escaping to Earth. They team up to stop the rogue alien by using Jack’s street smarts and Ta’Ra’s advanced alien technology. »
- Jean Pierre Diez
Ahead of its world premiere at Film4 FrightFest next week, a new trailer has arrived online for Xmoor, the feature debut of writer-director Luke Hyams, which stars stars Melia Kreiling (Guardians of the Galaxy), Nick Blood (Babylon) and Mark Bonnar (Psychoville); check it out below after the official synopsis…
With their sights set on a £25,000 reward promoted by a local newspaper, American documentary makers Georgia and Matt head to Exmoor in North Devon to film the fabled ‘beast’ supposedly slinking through the remote terrain. Setting up a forest camp with an experienced tracker harbouring his own dark secrets, the trio fix 42 cameras to the trees and rocks, linked back to a computer nerve centre where nothing should go unnoticed as they take turns to keep watch throughout the night. As darkness settles, their plans are thrown into disarray as they stumble over the body of a dead girl in a »
- Gary Collinson
If you thought Godzilla was the only mega-sized Kaiju gearing up for a return to the big screen, then think again. Read on for the first details about a Gamera reboot, headed our way in 2015!
The Good, The Bad, and Godzilla reports that the rumors of a 50th anniversary Gamera film are true and were recently confirmed by a Japanese publication called Heisei Gamera: Perfections, which chronicles the history of the many Gamera sequels.
According to the book, the film is currently in pre-production, and the titular monster is set to come to life in a "surprising new form." The narrative is set in the modern day, and the working tagline at the moment promises, "Something is out there..."
Producer Shigenori Takatera is at the helm, and the site expects to learn more real soon.
The original Gamera was released in 1965 to capitalize on the success of Godzilla. Only makes »
- John Squires
3 items from 2014
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