Frank Miller’s Dark Knight series has, for better or worse, been one of the most highly influential pieces of Batman media in decades—and a return to that universe is one that usually could be fraught with danger. But the first issue of The Master Race has some surprising twists to it that leave us wanting to know…
We've been eagerly anticipating any news at all on the re-teaming of The Machinist collaborators Brad Anderson and Christian Bale, a movie adaptation of J.G. Ballard's Concrete Island. Even though the movie is years away, take a look at the first ever artwork from this dystopian film.
Hayden Christensen huddles in a shrinking pool of light while a mysterious darkness swallows up the entire human race. Vanishing on 7th. Street, in select theaters today, starts out spooky, but fails to make you care about its characters.
Back in May of 2009, we predicted that Christian Bale and The Machinist's Brad Anderson would be teaming up again to bring J.G. Ballard's Concrete Island to life. Looks like that film is finally moving forward, according to various online reports. So, who's ready to see Bale lose his mind, a ton of weight, and eat his…
We've got an exclusive clip from Hayden Christensen, Thandie Newton and John Leguizamo's new movie The Vanishing on 7th Street. The rules are: Stay in the light or these creepy shrieking beasts will grab you in the dark. Watch!
A new trailer for the strange apocalypse film Vanishing On 7th Street is out, in which a collection of folks wake up in the morning to find everyone gone. And the shadow people are hungry to pull them into darkness.
Sounds like both cockroaches and Hayden Christensen will both be around during the end of days. The trailer for Vanishing on 7th Street, by Brad Anderson, erases humankind from the face of the Earth. And yet Christensen remains. Why?