Screen Invasion has an exclusive interview with TEN THOUSAND SAINTS writer/directors Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini.
Like Zach Snyder’s Watchmen, Gavin Hood’s Ender’s Game is a worthy attempt to adapt a story that is practically unadaptable for the screen in the first place. The following review will likely contain some spoilers for non-book readers, so continue at your own risk. In the film, insectoid aliens
Young people facing off against each other in the heat of battle seems to be a new trend in the movie landscape, with The Hunger Games and soon Divergent. However, this is nothing new to the world of Ender’s Game. While the book was originally published in the 1980s, it’s finally hitting the big screen
Ender’s Game has been a classic science fiction novel for people of all ages ever since it was first published in the 1980s. While it seemed ripe for a big screen adaptation, the limitations of cinematic technology coupled with the heady and often controversial subject material have long delayed its
It’s time for another weekly DVD/Blu-Ray Roundup! Here are the new releases for the week and my opinion on whether you should Skip It! Rent It! or Buy It! The biggest release this week is definitely Hugo, fresh off its wins at the Oscars. While it didn’t take the big