Monsters director Gareth Edwards has moved on to bigger and more famous giant monsters--namely, to Godzilla, Matthew Broderick's most formidable foe--but the franchise he started is going on without him, as will happen with things that make money on a meager budget. In a situation sort of like with 28 Weeks Later, director not-that-Tom Green has taken over with Monsters: The Dark Continent, a continuation that moves the action to an infected zone in the U.S. military-overrun Middle East, which is apparently what we're labeling "The Dark Continent" now. Here's a brief teaser from Empire.
That guy will probably see a monster at some point.
We've already seen a few Inside Llewyn Davis trailers, but seeing as how the film's release is still not here for some reason, we'll just have to keep watching more. Here's the latest, with even more of the deadpan humor and scenes of a protagonist getting punched in the face y... / Continue →
From somewhere the vast sea of CGI between Titanic and Armageddon, a new vision of star-crossed romance and expensive disaster effects has washed up in Pompeii. Directed by Alien Vs. Predator director Paul W.S. Anderson--a man unafraid of vastly negative comparisons to thematic... / Continue →
Given the right circumstances, books can become one's most cherished treasures. Given another set of circumstances, they can become inspiring, cloying films that someone will claim made audiences stand up and cheer. In a rare turn of events, it looks like we'll be seeing both h... / Continue →