In 2015, M. Night Shyamalan released his best film in years, found-footage nightmare The Visit. He returns to a conventional style with Split, which may or may not delve into the supernatural, but definitely flirts with some very weird science. It also has a killer cast; James McAvoy alone gets to play 24 different…
When last we left the post-apocalyptic town of Wayward Pines, a group of violent teens had taken charge after a devastating invasion of “abbies,” monsters that rule the earth in the distant future. With season two premiering tomorrow, May 25, we talked to new showrunner Mark Friedman about what to expect.
Do not discuss your life before: Wayward Pines’ first season made it clear that Matt Damon’s character would not return. So the M. Night Shyamalan-produced show returns this summer with a new lead: Jason Patric, as a surgeon who’s been un-thawed to serve the kids who’ve taken over the creepy town. [Deadline]
When you say “Tales from the Crypt” most people immediately think of the Crypt Keeper. He didn’t have the most screen time but the gross, frightening, cheeky host of the 90s HBO anthology series was undoubtedly the star. And he probably won’t be back for the remake.
The iconic horror anthology series Tales From the Crypt is coming back to TV from one of our most polarizing filmmakers. M. Night Shyamalan will produce the reboot as part of new horror-centric block that’s coming to TNT.
Fifteen years ago, superhero movies were dead. Batman and Robin had all but killed them. We were two years away from Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man, five from Christopher Nolan’s Batman Begins and eight from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. So when audiences sat down for Unbreakable, no one was ready.
The Visit arrives lugging some baggage. It’s directed by M. Night Shyamalan, and it’s a found-footage horror movie. For many film fans, just one of those factors would be an automatic turnoff. But The Visit has one really big thing going for it: it’s entertaining as hell.
Later this week, M. Night Shyamalan is releasing a new movie called The Visit. And it’s actually pretty great. Scary, unpredictable, kind of like the movies that made him a household name. It’s unlike The Happening, the movie that almost killed his career.
If movies were baseball, M. Night Shyamalan would be out. He put out three bombs in a row, but the director is still going. In fact, Shyamalan just pulled off a new twist—this time for his own career. We talked to Shyamalan about how he hopes to make a comeback with his micro-budget thriller, The Visit.
We’re up to Wayward Pines’ third episode, and despite its title, “Our Town, Our Law,” it features multiple instances where Sheriff Pope tells one of the Burkes that “this is MY town!” But whoever’s town it is, it’s just keeps getting weirder.
Secret Service Agent Ethan Burke (Matt Dillon) continues to be baffled by the surreal pace of life in Wayward Pines, but he’s no longer completely clueless. That said, he’s still fully capable of putting disastrous events in motion, which he does in episode two: “Do Not Discuss Your Life Before.” Spoilers follow!
La primera vez que oí hablar de Wayward Pines lo poco que supe de ella fue que contaría con un reparto de actores cuestionable (con todos los respetos) y que el productor ejecutivo sería Shyamalan. No podía pintar peor. Y con todo, sólo han hecho falta los 40 minutos del primer capítulo para darme cuenta de mi error. …
M. Night Shyamalan is still Kryptonite to many who’ve been burned by his love of twist endings. But we’ve already let you know we’re cautiously optimistic for Wayward Pines. And after weeks of hype, the show, which is based on the books by Blake Crouch, began its 10-episode cycle last night. Spoilers follow!
It’s not a spoiler to say something wrought by The Sixth Sense’s M. Night Shyamalan has twists. This is useful, because Wayward Pines, his series adapted from the books by Blake Crouch, is chock full o’ twists. We’ve seen the first half of the 10-episode season, and these are our (spoiler-free!) first impressions.
M. Night Shyamalan gets into (at least partially) found footage-style horror with his new film The Visit. In the trailer, we meet the brother and sister who go to Nana and Papa’s house — only to learn that something very, very weird is going on with their grandparents.
It's been a while since we've seen new footage of M. Night Shyamalan's 10-episode "event series" Wayward Pines, but this trailer adds a bit more outright violence and murder to the mysterioussetting. Could that be enough to save it from its earlier poor reception? I do not expect a shocking twist in this regard.
M. Night Shyamalan's Wayward Pines is scheduled for a fall debut, but Fox brought the pilot episode to San Diego Comic-Con to give a select few an early preview. The trouble is, in this case, being one of the select few wasn't cool.
Surprise! M. Night Shyamalan's creepy new show Wayward Pines actually looks downright watchable in this first three-minute promo. Mostly because of the incredible cast. And below, watch the first short promo for Hieroglyph, Fox's Egyptian mythology show.
While it's been widely known for at least a decade that Frank Gehry is the world's worst living architect, it's not entirely clear why some people—mostly very rich clients—haven't picked up on this yet. The utterly god awful Biomuseo in Panama, an eco-discovery center that cost at least $60 million and took a decade…
There have been many times when the Earth has been at the mercy of alien invaders. And there have been more than a few times where haven't — not because of our weapons, our savagery, or our inner strength — but because the aliens themselves were morons. Here are 14 alien invaders who did not think their invasions…