Tag: scifi

SOMETHING IN THE DIRT Teaser: Benson And Moorhead Explore The Supernatural Shacked up in Their Apartment in New Film

EW had our first look at the teaser for Justing Benson and Aaron Moorhead's latest collab, Something in the Dirt.    When neighbors John and Levi witness supernatural events in their Los Angeles apartment building, they realize documenting the paranormal...

Grimmfest 2022: Full Lineup Features FINAL CUT, VESPER, PIGGY And The Proverbial More

City's doing as expected and United is shitting the bed (at  the very least they've scored a goal this year, unlike my Hammers). It's not all bad news in Manchester, England, as our friends at Grimmfest have announced the full...

Fantasia 2022 Review: RELAX, I'M FROM THE FUTURE, Rhys Darby Charms In Time Travel Comedy

A casual time traveler unintentionally makes a mess of the future when his latest trip winds up having potentially catastrophic consequences in director Luke Higginson’s feature debut, Relax, I’m From the Future. Based on Higginson’s 2013 short of the same...

Karlovy Vary 2022 Review: VESPER, Bio-Punk YA Euro Sci-Fi Encapsulated by Intriguing Worldmaking

Addressing a series of hot-buttoned topics, Vesper is a Jeff VanderMeer film for Gen Z.

TIN CAN: Official Trailer And Poster Unveiled For Seth A Smith's Horror Sci-fi

Cold, pale and in the dark, Fret (Anna Hopkins) crashes back to consciousness inside a small metal chamber. Inside her confined cell, Fret attempts to piece together how she was imprisoned. As a scientist, who was on the brink of...

SLASH/BACK: RLJE Films Acquires Indigenous Canadian Alien Invasion Flick

RLJE Films have acquired Nyla Innuksuk’s Slash/Back, the indigenous Canadian alien invasion flick, and will release it in cinemas later this year. It will also be available on VOD/Digital and stream on Shudder at that time.    Okay, this is...

Review: JURASSIC WORLD DOMINION Brings Action But Lacks Novelty

Twenty-nine years ago, Steven Spielberg rocked cinemas worldwide with his creature feature Jurassic Park. Literally so even, as it was the film which would make Digital Theater Sound (DTS) a household term. But what to this day it is most...

Friday One Sheet: Celebrating Cronenberg and Alternative Poster Designs

You may have noticed this week has been a big love-in on Canadian maestro, David Cronenberg, auteur of the horrors of the mind, and the flesh. His extensive (ahem!) body of work stretches back to the his short film work...

Interview: NEPTUNE FROST, Saul Williams and Anisia Uzeyman on Their Afrofuturist Musical

Neptune Frost, an Afrofuturist musical directed by multidisciplinary American artist Saul Williams and Rwandan visual artist Anisia Uzeyman, is a stunning film that defies conventions in both content and form. When I saw it in a packed theater at the...

AVATAR: THE WAY OF WATER Teaser

It first screened in cinemas at the beginning of the weekend. Then we caught wind of it last night from 'somewhere else'. And here it is now, all official like, for your viewing pleasure. Here is the first teaser for...

Pretty Packaging: The FIREBALL XL5 Boxset Is Out Of This World

Gerry and Sylvia Anderson are known as legends in the field of science fiction television series, and rightfully so. While they are probably most famous for their live action series Space: 1999 and the puppet series Thunderbirds, they have been...

CRIMES OF THE FUTURE Teaser: Cronenberg is Still The Master of Body Horror

Two words for you: Viggo and Cronenberg. Two more words for you: Body Horror.

DUAL Official Trailer: Twice The Karen Gillan is Not Always Nice

Upon receiving a terminal diagnosis, Sarah opts for a cloning procedure to ease her loss on her friends and family. When she makes a sudden and miraculous recovery, her attempts to have her clone decommissioned fail and lead to a...

Pretty Packaging: DUNE (The Lynch One) Gets An Extra Spicy Edition

Last year saw the belated release in cinemas of Denis Villeneuve's adaptation of Frank Herbert's epic novel Dune, and if I say it was generally well-received here it would be an understatement. Bring on the second half! But Villeneuve's version...

SXSW 2022 Review: SLASH/BACK, Aliens Attack In Nunavut, Four Kick-Ass Girls Take Them On

Cinema is a window, not a mirror. I find myself repeating this mantra a lot lately, as some aging corners of cinema culture become more and more myopic, complaining about lack of representation for over represented groups or so-called force...

OBI-WAN KENOBI Teaser: Hope Survives, at Least Until May

Hello there.    We had to do it. The first teaser trailer for the upcoming Disney+ Star Wars series Obi-Wan Kenobi arrived earlier today. After the middling effort that was The Book of Boba Fett everything looks back on track...

Exclusive: First Stills From Isaac Ezban's MAL DE OJO (EVIL EYE)

Nala, a 13-year-old girl from the city, travels with her family to her grandmother´s home in the countryside, to try to find a cure for her little sister´s mysterious illness… But she´ll soon find her granny is not exactly what...

THE SLEEPER MUST AWAKEN: MAKING DUNE Exclusive Clip

The brand new feature-length documentary ‘The Sleeper Must Awaken: Making Dune’ chronicles the creation of David Lynch’s 1984 adaptation of Frank Herbert’s beloved sci-fi epic which starred Kyle MacLachlan, Patrick Stewart, Sean Young, Virginia Madsen, Brad Dourif, Jürgen Prochnow, Max...

Disney Announces OBI-WAN KENOBI Series Premiere Date!

Alright, now that season 2.5 of The Mandalorian, sorry, The Book of Boba Fett, has wrapped up today we can all move on and anticipate what Disney and Lucasfilm have in store for us next.    And wasting no time...

FIRESTARTER Trailer: Ready to Ignite Cinemas And Peacock in May

Here's the trailer for the updated interpretation of Stephen King's 1980 novel Firestarter. Firestarter is coming to cinemas and will stream simultaneously on Peacock on May 13th.    First, Zac Efron is now old enough to be playing dad roles,...