Today sees the release of White House Down, which is the most Emmerichian film ever produced. But meanwhile, you could also enjoy Europa Report on VOD or Byzantium in select theaters. Tons of low-budget science fiction and fantasy movies are more exciting than your average big summer blockbuster. Here are 25 of them.
Deyan Deyanov, the Bulgarian man who attacked and beheaded a British woman on Tenerife last week for no apparent reason, had walked into another supermarket a half hour before the attack and asked for a large knife, according to the Telegraph. He was caught on CCTV (above) gesturing how big the knife (sword?) should…
Strippers are people too! And just like people, some of them are batshit crazy. Take Vera Svechina, a stripper who recently followed a blind Google employee into Google headquarters to leave a Russian book and "non-threatening" note for co-founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page. A little weird, no? Turns out, Svechina…
So! That church that wants to burn the Koran this weekend, Dove World Outreach Center? While we can't make them disappear altogether, they've at least been taken off the internet by their web host, Rackspace.
On paper, The Crazies sounds like a B-grade cliche: Bioweapons-made zombies terrorize small town. But the movie defies expectations. The Crazies is a scary, smart thriller that tweaks its tropes and offers a non-preachy fable about the military's dark side.
Today's spoilers include pictures from "citizen superhero" epics Kick-Ass and Defendor. Gwyneth Paltrow may be joining Soderbergh's virus-panic movie. A Freaks And Geeks star joins Lost. Gamble talks Supernatural season six! Plus V, Smallville, Caprica and The Crazies spoilers.
Welcome back to spoiler-land! Actors shed light on the battles in Thor and Green Hornet. There are Crazies/Kick-Ass posters and Toy Story/Despicable Me trailers. Plus Lost, Doctor Who, Supernatural and Caprica.
It turns out, preparing for the imminent alien invasion is only part of Jeff Peckman's craziness. He also creates and peddles "Metatron Harmonizers," little snakeoil gadgets designed to "transform the chaotic electromagnetic fields into life-supporting fields that are in harmony with the natural fields created by the…
Dinosaurs were in the Garden of Eden and only died out a few thousand years ago. That's the message of the $27 million Creation Museum, which opened in May in Kentucky. Science fiction author John Scalzi toured the museum the other day and discovered that dinosaurs