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Padraig Cotter Nov 18, 2016
Screen monsters come in all shapes and sizes, from the bizarre beauty of Giger’s Alien all the way through to the very human evil of Seven’s John Doe. Audiences have a strange relationship with these creatures, being both repelled and fascinated by them at the same time. This push/pull attraction has been going on since the birth of cinema, and it’s likely to continue for many years to come.
Sometimes the most enduring creatures are the ones that pop up, steal the movie and then swiftly exit stage left. It could be their unique design or the impact they have on the story, but for the monsters included here, all they needed was one scene to impact on our collective nightmares. »
We're six weeks out from taking the fight to the far future in Infinity Ward's Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, but today Activision released the first story trailer for the highly-anticipated shooter. We got to play some of Infinite Warfare's multiplayer maps at Cod Xp 2016, and we came away impressed (full story on that coming soon), but this is the first time that the echoes of the game's science-fiction-themed story have been revealed.
It was already revealed that Kit Harington (Game of Thrones, Silent Hill: Revelation) plays the game's main antagonist, Salen Kotch (even his name sounds diabolical), and Ufc star Conor McGregor has a mo-capped role as Captain Bradley Fillion, both of the rogue Sdf (Settlement Defense Front), and that the story leaves earth's orbit for the first time, as interplanetary mining disputes are a key plot point, but now, the new Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare trailer fills »
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