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Filmmaker/special effects guru Gareth Edwards broke out with his (very) low-budget post-alien invasion drama Monsters, but he looks to make a much, much larger splash in the Hollywood pond with his upcoming reboot of the Godzilla franchise – a project that fans of the King of Monsters have been buzzing about for the past two years, going back to the conceptual teaser that Edwards premiered back at the 2012 International Comic-Con (to rapturous applause from Con attendees in Hall H).
Few explicit details have been revealed about the Godzilla (2014) story, which is officially credited to Dave Callaham (Doom, The Expendables) and was scripted by Max Borenstein (Seventh Son), possibly featuring some uncredited revisions by Frank Darabont (creator of The Walking Dead TV series). However, based on Edwards’ suggestions that this film is a proper retelling/modernization of the 1954 nature-gone-wrong ...
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- Sandy Schaefer
While the term “witch house” is still tossed around casually as a musical style, enough recurring motifs have been created by artists operating beneath that vague umbrella to qualify it as a subgenre unto itself: occult and horror-oriented themes; minimalist song structures and dark, enveloping soundscapes (often including glitched-up samples and ambient noise) woven densely around hip-hop, industrial and synthpop rhythms; and band names which often contain Unicode or other non-standard characters that make them difficult to track down with a simple name-only search, further solidifying their underground status. Several talented musicians have found a successful niche within those rather loose boundaries, and we've featured some of the best artists in the field, including ∆Aimon and Mater Suspiria Vision, but I must confess I've been waiting most anxiously for the arrival of the first full-length record from the L.A. outfit Crosses (†††) – an eerie, sensual and highly experimental side project »
- Gregory Burkart
Our weekly round up of the latest stories from the world of screen superheroes, including Captain America: The Winter Soldier, The Avengers: Age of Ultron, Guardians of the Galaxy, Runaways, Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., The Amazing Spider-Man 2, X-Men: Days of Future Past, The Fantastic Four, Batman vs. Superman, Arrow, The Flash, Justice League: War and more...
The Seattle Seahawks weren't the only ones crushing the competition at the Super Bowl this past Sunday, with Marvel Studios' TV spot for Captain America: The Winter Soldier drumming up just under 10 million online views in 24 hours for its second trailer, compared to 6.2 million online views for the first look at Transformers: Age of Extinction and just 2.5 million for the latest trailer for rival superhero flick The Amazing Spider-Man 2. These numbers even more impressive when placed alongside Marvel's last two Super Bowl offerings, with the billion-dollar-plus grossing Iron Man 3 racking »
- Gary Collinson
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