Tag "scifi"

More Titan Action In New Hong Kong ATTACK ON TITAN Trailer

Don't let the opening of the new Hong Kong theatrical trailer for Higuchi Shinji's live action adaptation of hugely popular manga and anime series Attack On Titan fool you. While it starts up as a simple translation of the previous... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Future Crime Is Glossy And Weepy In Teen Oriented Russian Scifi MAFIA

Motorcyles! Sharks! Plane crashes! A wealthy elite in floating pods! Soft focus weepy young people! There seems to be a bit of everything for everyone in Saric Andreassian's upcoming Mafia, a Russian scifi effort that would clearly like to find... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Four Minutes Of Madness And Arterial Spray In The SKY SHARKS Promo! Help Make The Ultimate Zombies Riding Flying Sharks Movie!

I am often suspicious of claims made in marketing materials. Because, you know, those guys get paid to lie on a regular basis. But when the creators of Sky Sharks describe their film as 'The Ultimate Zombies Riding Flying Sharks... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Simon Pegg! Monty Python! Robin Williams! It's The Trailer For Terry Jones' ABSOLUTELY ANYTHING!

Terry Jones has gone and gotten the Monty Python gang back together - along with a couple of notable outside additions- for his latest directorial effort and after a long wait the first trailer for his Absolutely Anything has finally... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Love And Robots In Finland With LOVEMILLA

It's just another young romance in Teemu Nikki's Lovemilla except that, you know, Milla's alcoholic parents have turned into zombies and her boyfriend has spent all the money they were saving to move out to have himself robotically augmented. And... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Udine 2015 Review: PARASYTE - COMPLETION, A Conclusion In Need Of A Pay-Off

Much like how Parasyte Part 1 suffered from being all set-up, so its sequel, Parasite - Completion, is similarly hobbled by being mostly a series of climactic stand-offs and philosophical summations, with precious little build-up or satisfactory pay-off.An unspecified yet brief amount... More »
By James Marsh   
  

Review: MONSTERS: DARK CONTINENT, A Sequel In Name Only

Four years after Gareth Edwards exploded onto the sci-fi scene with his inventive and industrious indie alien invasion flick Monsters, first-time director Tom Green delivers a sequel that bears little resemblance to the original, in tone, content or invention. Reportedly... More »
By James Marsh   
  

Watch Gorgeous SciFi Short SUNDAYS Now!

We've been following the progress of Mischa Rozema's ultra ambitious scifi short Sundays for quite some time now here at Twitch. From the earliest days of the crowd funding support to send the crew to shoot on location in Mexico... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Review: INSURGENT Is Dystop-less

Part two of the big screen adaptation of Veronica Roth's bestselling series of YA sci-fi novels boasts a larger budget and sharper hairstyles than its predecessor, but remains incapable of stepping out from the long shadow cast by rival franchise... More »
By James Marsh   
  

Ruairi Robinson Wants To Unleash THE LEVIATHAN. We Should Let Him. Check The Dazzling Proof Of Concept Now.

When last we heard from Oscar nominated Irish director Ruairi Robinson it was down to his connection with the seemingly aborted Akira live action remake. Robinson was a sort of mid-process cannon fodder on that project, an immensely gifted visual... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Crowdfund This! British Sci-Fi Buddy Comedy UNTIL THE DAY BREAKS

British filmmaking collective Project Trident met while working together at an arts cinema, and began making short films and screening them for each other. Over the past seven years they have accumulated a filmography of over 100 shorts, which have... More »
By James Marsh   
  

Watch An Exclusive Clip From SciFi Horror EJECTA

Indie scifi-horror Ejecta hits limited theatrical release and VOD platforms from IFC Midnight on February 27th and we've got an exclusive clip to share from the film.Reclusive blogger Bill Cassidy (Julian Richings, Cube) claims to be the subject of a... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Aliens! Explosions! Menstruation! It's The Full ALIEN TAMPON Trailer!

Yep, some things just sort of speak for themselves and I'm sure that the creators of Alien Tampon are very much hoping that this is one of those things. Very much a deliberate cult project out of Germany, a first... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Beware The Arrival Of The ALIEN TAMPON

Yes, there is something immensely juvenile about upcoming German horror-comedy short Alien Tampon. And I do suspect that is rather the point. Created by a small team of Cologne based filmmakers with Jan Zenkner directing, the first teaser for this... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Aliens Hover Over The Ethiopian Skyline In The First Trailer For CRUMBS

A selection of the International Film Festival Rotterdam, Miguel Llanso's Crumbs is - to put it mildly - a weird one. The Spanish born, Ethiopian based director has concocted here a post apocalyptic science fiction tale involving a slowly crumbling... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Drafthouse Films' Obscure Objects Of Desire: Ari Folman's THE CONGRESS

Drafthouse Films' Obscure Objects of Desire (or Drafthouse FOOD if you must) is a new regular column assessing the home cinema releases from the Austin-based distributor.Ari Folman's follow-up to his animated Oscar-nominated documentary, Waltz With Bashir, is a loose adaptation... More »
By James Marsh   
  

Be Who You Want To Be, But Only For 12 Hours A Day In Scifi Short REALITY+

Imagine you could see yourself however you wanted - all of your imperfections, everything about your physical appearance that you dislike instantly removed and replaced by the idealized version of yourself. And imagine that you could project that perfect you... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

Watch Mesmerizing Sci-Fi Short LAST OF YOU

Israeli filmmaker Dan Sachar has been a favorite around these parts since an early student film of his, When It Will Be Silent, came on our radar in 2009.Sachar's meditative, mystical short form works over the years have culminated with... More »
By Ben Umstead   
  

Explore The ATROPA In Classically Styled SciFi Short

If your idea of 'classic' scifi embraces films like Alien and Blade Runner - films that perfectly balance technology, character and grit - then director Eli Sasich has got a little something special for you with his short film Atropa.Anthony... More »
By Todd Brown   
  

PRISONER X: Production Begins On Gaurav Seth's Sci-Fi Thriller In January

Production will begin here in Toronto on the Canadian indie sci-fi thriller Prison X in January 2015. Prisoner X is an adaptation of the novella Truth by Robert Reed. The small budget thriller will be directed by Gaurav Seth and... More »
By Andrew Mack   
  
 
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