Let’s all take a moment to appreciate the amazing run director Denis Villeneuve is on. He showed the world that Jake Gyllenhaal can go dark with Prisoners and Enemy, Sicario was one of the best films of 2015 and next year, Villeneuve has the long-awaited Blade Runner sequel hitting theaters. For now, we’ll have to make do
Tom Cruise returns to the big screen, fighting aliens once again.
ALIEN: ISOLATION sends you back into space against the classic Xenomorph in this survival horror game.
The second-to-last episode of American Horror Story: Asylum has arrived, guys! We open in 1967, a few years after the main events at Briarcliff. We see Kit’s home at night, with a photo showing he is still living with Alma and Grace. As we move through the home, we see
Read our episode recap of American Horror Story: Asylum. Skim, two percent, or whole? What do you prefer, guys? We open with modern-day Bloody Face smoking in his apartment (lots of smoking on this show). There is a knock at the door, and a well-endowed African-American prostitute enters, calling herself
Welcome to 2013 American Horror Story: Asylum fans! Here is an episde recap for the new year , so let’s get to it! This week’s episode, “The Name Game,” referred to an episode not only about identity, but also to the practice of “naming” a demon during exorcism, all wrapped
Pregnancy was the main theme in last week’s episode, though this being American Horror Story, that episode was of course called “The Coat Hanger.” We open in the modern day, with a man claiming to be named John Morgan (Dylan McDermott) meeting a therapist (called Dr. Gardner) who may be
I’ve always enjoyed how American Horror Story has found ways to tie itself into the holiday season (last season surprised us by ending in a rather sweet way around Christmastime) and this last week’s Christmas episode proved to be fun in its own way, though not without some missteps. We
It was eerily coincidental that the most recent episode, “Nor’easter,” centered around a large storm hitting Briarcliff when our own modern day east coast is also facing the storm of the century. “A storm is coming” also tends to be the most overused trope in the history of fiction, but
Oh boy it’s FINALLY here! Last year’s American Horror Storywas one of the biggest surprises on television, and it was even more of a surprise to discover that the show itself would be handled as a mini-series, with Season 2 being an entirely new world and set of characters. I
As PROMETHEUS opens up this week, we continue our conversation of all things important surrounding the movie. We posted our first post yesterday, and today we look at the R rating, creature design, and dichotomy of optimism and pessimism surrounding the release. I had the privilege to be joined by
PROMETHEUS opens up this week in the United States, and marks director Sir Ridley Scott’s (BLADE RUNNER, GLADIATOR, BLACK HAWK DOWN, and too many other good ones to mention) return to science fiction and (maybe?) the universe of ALIEN, where he revolutionized science fiction and horror. Consequently, it also marks the
The Alien franchise has been all over the web lately, primarily due to Ridley Scott’s epic return to direct Prometheus which is soon to be released. However hype is slowly growing for what could be one this years dark horses- Alien: Colonial Marines. Despite the large cult following of the