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SDCC 2016: Danai Gurira Joins Cast Of Marvel’s Black Panther

by Peter Paltridgeon 07/24/2016
Danai Gurira, best known as Michonne on The Walking Dead, has been revealed as part of the cast of Marvel’s Black Panther movie. She’ll be playing Okoye, the head of the Dora Milaje — Black Panther’s all-female league of personal bodyguards. You most likely saw the Black Panther last spring when he starred in Captain America: […]
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John Carpenter Accuses Walking Dead Of Ripping Off George Romero

by Peter Paltridgeon 07/04/2016
You might think director John Carpenter, with a long history of directing horror movies, would be a fan of AMC’s The Walking Dead. He is not; in fact, he despises the show. Not because of anything it particularly did, but because of what it is. Carpenter told Marc Maron during a guest appearance on his […]

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Wow! It’s Newt!

by Peter Paltridgeon 04/26/2016
Neill Blomkamp’s Alien 5 is currently being stalled while Ridley Scott’s Prometheus 2, AKA Alien: Covenant, is being created (whether we like it or not). To whet our appetites further, or just to prolong the torturous wait, Blomkamp uploaded this drawing to Instagram today: Blomkamp previously claimed Alien 3 and Alien Resurrection wouldn’t be knocked […]
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Sigourney Says Her Return To Alien Movies Will Be Worth The Wait

by Peter Paltridgeon 04/22/2016
We previously reported here that an exciting new take on the Alien franchise, re-starring Sigourney Weaver and re-introducing a living Colonel Hicks, was being shelved by Fox for the time being so Ridley Scott could make a second plodding Prometheus movie. The latter is now titled “Alien: Covenant” and, reportedly, is going to solve the […]

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Time-Lapse Video Shows Evolution Of The Zombie

by Peter Paltridgeon 02/03/2016
The idea behind The Walking Dead is not a new one. Zombies have been depicted in cinema nearly as long as cinema itself has existed, though the concept had to be softened in the Hays Code years. It was 1968’s Night of the Living Dead that broke the ice and set the stage for countless […]
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New Trailer For “I Am A Hero” Movie Adaption

by Peter Paltridgeon 12/15/2015
I Am a Hero, a tale of the zombie apocalpyse written and illustrated by Kengo Hanazawa, has won over critics the world over, and been named the best zombie-themed manga ever written by Anime News Network. Now it’s coming to Japanese theaters, and the first trailer was released today. One day, after returning from work […]

Scout’s Guide To The Zombie Apocalypse Available On VOD Next Week

by Alex Beanon 12/01/2015
A mere 39 days after its theatrical release, “Scout’s Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse” will be appearing in your video-on-demand [VOD] menu next week with an option to purchase or rent. Feature films usually wait 90 days after their theatrical release before appearing on VOD, but Paramount Pictures made a revenue-sharing deal with various theater […]
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Alien: Paradise Lost To Reveal Xenomorph’s Origins

by Peter Paltridgeon 11/12/2015
20th Century Fox has two Alien films in the pipe: one highly anticipated one by Neil Blomkamp that’ll feature the return of Ripley, and a Prometheus sequel by Ridley Scott. Ridley apparently carries greater weight at Fox and Neil won’t be able to make his movie until Scott finishes his. So far, this hasn’t sounded […]

Z-Men Coming To The Big Screen

by Alex Beanon 10/16/2015
Movie studio Lionsgate has cut a deal with Double Take [a subsidiary of video game publisher Take Two Interactive] to produce a feature film based on the Z-Men comic book series from Jeff McComsey about government agents pitted against a zombie outbreak. “Z-Men” is tentatively expected to have a 2017 release date.
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If You Thought Prometheus Was A Mess Before, Just Wait

by Peter Paltridgeon 09/25/2015
In 2012 director Ridley Scott returned to the Alien universe with the prequel Prometheus. He swore up and down that it “wasn’t an Alien movie” but that it took place in the general vicinity of one. He wasn’t lying…we got the spacecraft, but it was a different one; we got a large blobby prototype of […]