Is one of sci-fi's greatest skeptics posthumously confirming the existence of the supernatural?
This month marks the 60th anniversary of MAD magazine. In all those years, it has lampooned nothing better, perhaps, than genre movies and TV. Be it horror, sci-fi or fantasy#&8212;MAD has taken on both the best ... and the worst.
Remember that live action Heavy Metal TV series we heard about early last year? Well, it's almost here—and we have a bone-crunching new trailer to prove it.
Wanna see some of your favorite fanboy flicks remastered as animated features? Check out the Cinemarium Poster Series created by Canadian artist Ive Bastrash and hope Ripley, Hellboy and Indy someday get their chance to shine anime-style.
Though science fiction makes for a fair share of seriousness and technobabble, it's often at its best with a few laughs mixed in—and a sci-fi comedy that hits on all cylinders is a wonder to behold.
Though we're mostly thinking of late July as Dark Knight Rises season this year, it's not the only sci-fi game in town next month. Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn, Jonah Hill and Richard Ayoade are also trying to save the world from aliens in The Watch, and we've got a new giggle-worthy trailer to remind us.
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Like your horror served hot, with erotic tentacles a la carte? (Why do we even ask?) Check out the skin-crawling trailer for the French fear-fest, Dead Shadows.
After going full on sci-fi with the alien invasion hit Falling Skies, TNT is ramping up a few more sci-fi-ish projects that could make it to air this fall. Among them? A post pandemic thriller about a virus that takes out half the planet, and a new action drama that sounds quite a bit like Fox's late, comic-based Human Target.
People like movies, and people like stuff. It didn't take much to put the two together, and nowadays huge tie-in marketing campaigns are to be expected with hit movies. But that doesn't mean they all make sense.