Rania Attieh and Daniel Garcia's H. will premiere at the Sundance Film Festival Sunday, January 25th. They've already won a Film Independent Spirit Awards' "Someone To Watch Award" based on the strenght of H. And it is a doozy of a tale, following two women named Helen and the eerie events that follow them…
The Sundance Film Festival brought us Moon, Upstream Color, The Babadook and Robot & Frank. So it's only natural to get very excited about the fringe flicks that were just announced for the 2015 Sundance Festival. Read each synopsis now.
It's like something out of your Cyberpunk dreams — a painlessly injected implant that connects your nervous system to the internet. But in Bryan Singer's new webseries H+, which just launched recently, it all goes horribly wrong. This brain implant kills.
Bryan Singer's H+ brings up the biggest potential nightmare with brain implants — what if they get hacked, or hit with a virus? The series already had a preview in L.A. a few days ago — but now, check out an exclusive first look at a two-minute prequel.
We've been excited about Bryan Singer's new webseries H+ for a while now, based on the cool premise: Tons of people get a chip called H+ implanted, which connects their brains to the Internet. And then a virus strikes, and a third of the world population dies instantly. And Angel's Alexis Denisof stars!
If I asked you about your phone, would you call it a cell phone or a mobile phone? Does it really matter what you say or is one term more appropriate than the other?
Watch the first trailer for Bryan Singer's futuristic webseries H+, in which the population has ditched smart phones for brain implants. And of course, it all goes horribly wrong.
In H+ Magazine, author Hank Hyena has a fascinating essay about Israel's contributions to futurism. He calls the nation "transhumanist," and makes a pretty good case for its status as a region that's turning scifi into real science.
Superman Returns and X-Men director Bryan Singer is coming back to science fiction, with new project H+ - a web-series based around a future worst-case scenario for everyone who spends a little bit too much time online.According to the Hollywood Reporter, H+, which will be produced by Singer's Bad Hat Harry…