We've had a slew of "found footage" horror movies lately, along with the superhero film Chronicle and the space movies Apollo 18 and Europa Report. So what's next? Apparently, "found footage" time travel movies.
Ryan Murphy gave us the concept of mad-sturbation with American Horror Story. Now he's co-writing a science fiction horror movie with Apollo 18 writer Brian Miller, and who knows what we're going to get this time? Nothing much is known about the untitled film at this point, including whether Murphy might direct. But…
There have been a lot of disgruntled rumbles about the monsters in Moon landing conspiracy flick Apollo 18. I've even heard people say, "Well, if those are the monsters, then I'm definitely not seeing the movie." What the hell, people? Sure there are things wrong with this movie, but the monsters are definitely not…
Whether you've just run into a radioactive space mutant or fallen into a pool of flesh-eating gases, a solid scream is a handy tool for any space horror arsenal. In honor of Apollo 18 beating Shark Night 3D at the weekend box office, check out our video tribute to gasps, shrieks, and bloodcurdling screams.
I have burning visions of Apollo 18 becoming one of the most misunderstood movies in history. It purports to be the "real story" of why humans never returned to the Moon, and is artfully recreated from footage that looks ripped directly from the mid-1970s motion-capture cameras that supposedly filmed it. Years from…
Now that NASA's space shuttle program is over, and the agency is trying to hold onto its funding, NASA is eager to work with Hollywood any way it can, to keep itself in the public view. NASA worked with Michael Bay on Transformers 3, and a NASA scientist does a voice-over in Another Earth.
Here is the final trailer for the space horror movie Apollo 18. Our only question is: Do you find this allegedly real footage scary? Are "found footage" flicks still frightening?
Check out our first real glimpse of Apollo 18, the lunar "found footage" horror movie. It turns out that a weird presence in the deserted lunar landscape is just as unnerving as someone or something creeping around your house.
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We don't know exactly why they're forlorn (or why we can't go back to the moon), but the most recent trailer for the found-footage lunar horror flick Apollo 18 certainly does feature some of NASA's finest in crappy moods.
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Check out this fun timeline documenting all of NASA's Apollo missions, from 1966 to 1972. As part of the viral marketing for the new space-horror movie Apollo 18, they've put together an awesome resource, and here's your first look.
Every summer, there's at least one movie underdog that takes audiences by storm. A movie that doesn't belong to an established series or feature a fan-favorite character, but still wins us over. A hit original amongst sequels and reboots.
Apollo 18, the lunar "found footage" horror film, has changed its release date several times. Originally, it was set to come out in March 2011, to preempt the other "found footage" horror film Area 51. (Which was also delayed.) Then Apollo 18 kept getting pushed back further and further, until it had a release date of…
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Hollywood has gone into a science fiction feeding frenzy in the past week, with several new scifi movies getting greenlit. The success of Battle: Los Angeles, on top of Avatar, Star Trek and others, put dollar signs in everyone's eyes.