Christopher Nolan’s Inception takes us on a dark trip to the corners of the mind. Is this one of the best films of the summer?
Nothing on Earth can beat a ninja. But what about space? Check out the trailer for Japanese production company Sushi Typhoon’s movie: Alien vs Ninja.
Adrien Brody, Topher Grace and Danny Trejo vs. Predators – does this franchise reboot get the job done?
All sorts of awesome movies this week, from Predators hunting people like the good old days to a heavy-cursing Winnebago Man. Check out capsule reviews.
Watch the trailer for the revamped 1980s sci-fi classic TRON. With 3-D films all the rage now at the box-office, TRON looks like it certainly won’t disappoint.
Adrien Brody and Sarah Polley create life in the new sci-fi horror flick Splice. That turns out to be not such a good idea.
Check out the first teaser trailer for Spoon, a new sci-fi movie written and directed by Sharlto Copley (of District 9 and The A-Team) and Simon Hansen.
A dark comedy in a post-apocalyptic world where a man searches for some hookers in the middle of a desert.
Disney released two new teaser posters for Tron: Legacy featuring the light cycles that play a major point in the film. And they look awesome.
Water? Their weakness is Water? Even if they didn’t look so stupid that alone would be enough to land these aliens on our list of the 20 worst movie monsters.
After mourning over the loss of his wife and daughter, Dr. Marcus Ryan (Bill Sage) constructs an energy generator in his basement that propels him to a higher consciousness.
Avatar hits DVD and Blu-Ray this week! If you’ve had all the blue people you can take, there are other options, and I’ll lay them all out for you in this week’s new releases.
How do you revive the corpse of your franchise? By combining it with more corpses! Or at least that’s the logic behind Death Troopers, the new Star Wars zombie novel released thi…
Check out this amazing trailer for Death Kappa, a retro-styled giant monster movie coming to DVD and Blu-Ray on July 27th.
Watch the awesome short film The Gift, directed by Carl Eric Rinsch for Philips’ Parallel Lines project. Beautiful, creepy, and thought-provoking.