5 items from 2014
Natural Selection 2 is a game in which you can be a part of the insect world. Here you will actually realize the handwork and smartness of the insects. The spider who is the main character of the game has to be helped to use its webs to devour the green insects seen in the surrounding. However, it has to stay away from the dangerous bees that can sting badly. There are 20 very interesting levels in the game. Early completion of each level will earn you high scores and that is what you should strive for. The only control […] »
- Jay Hook
“Drones” is a middling real-time thriller that chronicles a fictive crisis for two Air Force personnel, who find themselves at loggerheads when they spot an apparent terrorist thousands of miles away on surveillance video. Should they annihilate him with a button-push, no matter the cost in additional civilian lives? Originally conceived as a play by scenarist Matt Witten, the pic is efficiently helmed by veteran Rick Rosenthal (making his first bigscreen feature since 1988), but feels like an action movie struggling to escape being a single-interior two-hander. Limited theatrical launch June 27 will serve primarily to boost awareness of the pic’s simultaneous VOD/iTunes release; cable sales are possible.
Lt. Sue Lawson (Eloise Mumford) aced flight school but has been temporarily grounded due to an eye injury. Ergo, it’s her first day sweltering in a Nevada base trailer where she and more experienced subordinate Bowles (Matt O’Leary) share a »
- Dennis Harvey
Natural selection gets an extraterrestrial push from Ghostbusters director Ivan Reitman when space bugs crash to Earth and start evolving at an alarming rate. So while trainee fireman Seann William Scott tries to prove that the fittest will survive (if not the smartest), it's up to scientist David Duchovny and klutzy government boffin Julianne Moore to save us all from becoming extinct. Mars Attacks! »
Orphan Black, the BBC America show about a group of really hot clones, begins its second season on April 19. It’s a fun show, and if you didn’t watch the first season (which you can, for free, if you're an Amazon Prime member), there is still plenty of time to catch up — ten days, actually, which works out to exactly one episode a day. One hour a day! You can do this. Here is a catch-up guide — with discussion points — to keep you company. Today, April 9: Episode One, “Natural Selection”If you have agreed to watch Orphan Black, then you are presumably aware of its premise (and also we just spoiled it in the intro). So yes, this is a show about clones — but our main clone Sarah Manning initially has no idea about her origins, which means that the pilot episode is mostly Sarah looking confused »
- Amanda Dobbins
"I actually have a new horror franchise that I came up with, and it actually may involve Warwick Davis," Jones told co-hosts Staci Layne Wilson and Vanessa "Gore Whore" Gomez during the broadcast. "In it a vampire bites a Leprechaun, creating a Vamprechaun."
"So now you have this little vampire, completely different character, completely different prosthetics design... Being that he's little, he'll be biting your ankles instead of your neck because he can't reach it, and he gets all these women... It will be comedy-horror of course, and we're in talks now trying to put that together. I think it will be the next big franchise, and I think Warwick's fans would love it so if we make that happen, »
- Uncle Creepy
5 items from 2014
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