A new batch of Legion stills show God's wrath pouring down on humankind via fire, plague and melty-demon ice cream men. Behold the mighty smiting in the form of pissed-off old women.
Sean Connery is the last dragon on Earth, and Dennis Quaid is a soon-to-be-unemployed dragon-hunter, in Dragonheart. So they cook up a great scam: Quaid pretends to kill Connery's dragon over and over, and gets paid every time.
Dennis Quaid is a powerful psychic, plus he's hooked up to the U.S. government's top-secret dream-machine, allowing him to visit a man's dreams of Japanese people and Catholic priests having sex with his wife. It sorta makes sense. NSFW video.
Call it the Butterfly Radio: in Frequency, a guy discovers his old ham radio can talk to his dead father, 30 years ago. And this causes endless time-paradoxes, including a serial killer. Good thing the 1960s dad is Dennis Quaid.
Dennis Quaid has starred in many of our favorite science fiction movies, so we're excited that he's back in deep space with the horror movie Pandorum. He told us about Pandorum's disorientation... and the Enemy Mine you never saw. Spoilers!
What are the skin-peeling monsters in Ben Fosters space nightmare? Are they real or fake? Your guess is as good as ours, as the first clips from the horror flick take you face to face with the space nasties.
The unholy battle between humans and angels has started, with the redband Legion trailer. In which gun-carrying angel Paul Bettany chops off his wings, to protect an unborn savior. Looks like a boil-popping good time.
Holy hell, Pandorum looks sticky-space-madness, freak-out insane. Just wait until you see the poster and trailer. Well played, Ben Foster, you creepy-but-brilliant bastard.
We just got to see a sneak peek at upcoming movie Pandorum here at San Francisco's Wondercon, and if you're a fan of ABC's Lost, then you're definitely going to enjoy this new space thriller.
It's been 21 years since Dennis Quaid pioneered the field of implantable communications technology by sending traveler's dispatches from inside Martin Short's body (and briefly Meg Ryan's too, hubba hubba!) in Innerspace. Now, Dennis, it seems you've been outdone. The UK's Office of Communications has just issued a …