The Five Best Alien Movies from 2010-Present
It looks like the game might take a page from NetherRealm Studios’ companion DC and dive into a multi-verse story. With 11 entries and a few reboots along the way, this is a perfect move to keep the franchise fresh. MK11 is following the massively successful Mortal Kombat X, a fantastic reinvention of the fighting series that saw the likes of Leatherface, Alien, and Jason Voorhees as playable characters.
Mortal Kombat 11 is released on April 23rd, 2019. There is a reveal event on January 17, 2019, as well. If you pre-order the game on December 7th, you get beta access and playable character Shao Kahn.
In one of the first cuts of Shane Black's The Predator, the Emissary versions of the aliens came down to Earth to help out the humans. The final act involved the Emissaries as well as a giant spider-Predator hybrid, but the scenes were ditched after the first few test screenings, for reportedly being too confusing to the story. Now, a new video has surfaced and it gives us a
You can view photos of the new Scorpion Alien statue below, and visit Sideshow Collectibles for a look at the full gallery.
From Sideshow Collectibles: "Prime 1 Studio is proud to present the Scorpion Alien 1:4 Scale Statue inspired by the front cover #101 Aliens Comic Book published by Dark Horse Comics in 1995. This line is a long-running series of comic books based on the Alien franchise, centered mostly around the 1986 film Aliens. This highly collectible 39 inches tall statue is skillfully
Fathom Events and Turner Classic Movies have unveiled 14 classic films that will be shown in theaters in 2019 in the TCM Big Screen Classics series, starting with “The Wizard of Oz” on Jan. 27, 29 and 30.
The other titles are “My Fair Lady,” “To Kill a Mockingbird,” “Ben-Hur,” “True Grit,” “Steel Magnolias,” “Field of Dreams,” “Glory,” “Hello, Dolly!,” “Lawrence of Arabia,” “The Shawshank Redemption,” “Alien,” “The Godfather Part II” and “When Harry Met Sally.”
Fathom specializes in event movies shown for one or two nights. It’s jointly owned by the AMC, Regal and Cinemark chains. The TCM Big Series titles will usually screen on Sundays and Wednesdays.
“Every year, more and more film fans have flocked to the TCM Big Screen Classics series,
Fathom Events and TCM are teaming up to bring 14 classics back to theaters next year, including Alien, The Wizard of Oz, and more!
Oh wouldn’t it be loverly to see My Fair Lady on the big screen? What about getting lost in the desert with T.E. Lawrence? And who doesn’t want to truly experience the chariot race the way it was meant to be seen in the best Ben-Hur movie? Now all that and more can be enjoyed, because Fathom Events and Turner Classic Movies have announced their 2019 slate, which includes 14 American classics that range from John Wayne’s True Grit to Denzel Washington’s first Oscar winning turn in Glory (during its 30th anniversary no less). Oh and included are two little movies you might’ve heard of before: The Wizard of Oz on its 80th anniversary and To Kill a Mockingbird—no revisionism needed on this one,
While it’s usually the films in competition and the premieres that attract a lot of the spotlight leading up to the Sundance Film Festival, but year after year it is the more experimental New Frontier offerings that often point most clearly towards the future. From Marshall From Detroit and 32 other projects from 10 countries, 2019 looks to be continuing that tradition, as Sff founder Robert Redford said today and as you can see by checking out the full slate below.
“For over a decade, New Frontier has pushed the boundaries of the possible, illuminating the potential of technology and storytelling,” Redford declared of the ever-expanding selection. “These independent
The Five Best Alien Movies of the 60s
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1994 / Color / 2:35 widescreen / 109 min. / Street Date December 4, 2018 / available through Kino Lorber / 29.95
Starring: Donald Sutherland, Julie Warner, Eric Thal, Keith David, Will Patton, Richard Belzer, Tom Mason, Yaphet Kotto, Marshall Bell.
Cinematography: Clive Tickner
Film Editor: William Goldenberg
Original Music: Colin Towns
Special Makeup Effects: Greg Cannom, Larry Odien
Written by Ted Elliott, Terry Rossio, David S. Goyer from the book by Robert A. Heinlein
Produced by Ralph Winter
Directed by Stuart Orme
Paranoid conspiracy movies got an early hold in film noir but really took off in early science fiction, abetted by rumors (and some evidence
From Scream Factory: "We’re being attacked by giant insects next Spring as the 1950s cult favorites Tarantula and The Deadly Mantis both scuttle to Blu-ray on March 19th!
Tarantula (1955) – Biochemist Gerald Deemer has a plan to feed the world by using a growth formula on plants and animals. Instead he creates terror beyond imagining when his work spawns a spider of mammoth proportions! Feeding on cattle and humans, this towering tarantula has the people of Desert Rock, Arizona running for their lives. Can this horrifying creature be stopped or will the world succumb to its giant claws? This classic sci-fi film from director Jack Arnold stars John Agar
The Predator VFX artist Jon K. Miller recently posted some behind-the-scenes images, including a FaceHugger-inspired breathing apparatus that was supposed to be used as an alternate ending to the movie. At the end, a mysterious pod shows up that holds the Predator Killer suit, which was an obvious attempt at teasing a sequel.
Prime 1 Studio is proud to present the Scorpion Alien 1:4 Scale Statue inspired by the front cover #101 Aliens Comic Book published by Dark Horse Comics in 1995. This line is a long-running series of comic books based on the Alien franchise, centered mostly around the 1986 film Aliens. This highly collectible 39 inches tall statue is skillfully crafted to ensure unprecedented quality and unbelievable attention to character detail.
Be cautious of the two Ovomorphs also known as Alien Eggs attached to the Spaceship statue featuring a logo sign of the Weyland-Yutani Corporation. This statue features an additional Ovomorph statue with a Facehugger available only with the Deluxe Version.
We also speak a little bit about his new series of sci-fi books from Orbit Books, The Savagers Series. The first book of that series is "A Big Ship at the Edge of the Universe" which is out now and the second, A Bad Deal
Some of the highlights from today’s lineup announcement include Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile which chronicles the life of Ted Bundy (played by Zac Efron) through the experiences of his girlfriend; Paradise Hills, which stars Emma Roberts, Milla Jovovich, and Awkwafina; Relive from producer Jason Blum; Dan Gilroy’s Buzzsaw; and the Alien-themed documentary Memory. I’ve gone ahead and broken down all the titles
The first installment in the horror-comedy series since 2014’s widely rejected Leprechaun: Origins, the Steven Kostanski-helmed film sees the familiar killer heading for Alpha Upsilon house, and in this latest batch of images, we’re given a couple more glimpses at the students charged with suffering through this frightful night. We also get another look at the makeup job done on the Leprechaun’s latest rendition, but the most notable photo in this set is almost certainly the pic in which Linden Porco’s character appears to be bursting out of a victim’s torso Alien-style.
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