The whole point of a post-apocalyptic story is that someone survives. But when you have a calamity that wipes out 99.9 percent of all humans, then how exactly do you explain the survivors? In honor of the new Maze Runner movie, here are the 14 dumbest ways people survive the apocalypse.
Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance comes out this weekend — which means we have a chance to pay tribute to one of the all-time great cult-movie method actors. Nicolas Cage has gone from serious Academy Award-winning actor to bee-eating B-movie wizard.
In Pop Punishment, Louis Peitzman endures the most derided genre films, television, and literature, all for your sadistic pleasure.
Why are pre-apocalyptic stories so popular? We get why everyone loves post-apocalyptic worlds: Everybody wants to fantasize about surviving, rebuilding, remaking the world in a new image. But why do people love stories that take place before a horrible disaster?
Every great disaster movie has some moments of pure, epic destruction, where everything collapses, burns or blows up real good. Bonus points for destroyed landmarks and victim cameos. Here are 30 amazing money shots from the greatest disaster porn flicks.
Not every film can be good; in fact, most aren't. But it takes a special kind of failure to make someone just kiss his or her $10 goodbye and get up and leave.
This was a year of extremes: huge CG-heavy spectacles and low-budget gems. Most of all, 2009 made us feel the boundaries of cinema were stretched... for good and ill. Here are the 10 best and 10 worst films of 2009.
Did Nicolas Cage really predict the future in his schlocktastic thriller Knowing? That seems to be what tech startup Global Findability is hinting, in their infringement lawsuit against the film. Apparently Cage's method of locating future disasters is already patented.
Here's our first look at Alice, the co-ed with a secret, in Transformers 2. After a whole summer of wannabe Michael Bay films, we're finally going to get the work of Bay himself. It'll be ludicrous, fiery, splodey, car-crazy and slapsticky. In short, the perfect film. Spoilers and pics below.
Science fiction is the antidote to violence... or so says Nicolas Cage, explaining his recent conversion to scifi/fantasy, with movies like Knowing, Astro Boy and the upcoming Sorcerer's Apprentice.
Is life totally random and meaningless? Or is there some predestination, and thus purpose, behind everything? Knowing, opening today, ponders this question and splits the difference: everything is predestined, but it's still all meaningless.
Today's spoilers include a ton of Dollhouse pics and plot twists. Plus clips from Sarah Connor and Smallville, plus tell-tale pics from K9, Lost, Heroes and Reaper. And Battlestar, Knowing, Thor and Thing spoilers
Spoilers include more on Arnie in Terminator 4, plus a glimpse of Destro in G.I. Joe. And a surprise twist in Knowing. Plus Battlestar, Lost, Doctor Who, Fringe, Chuck, Smallville, Heroes and Supernatural spoilers.
Today's spoilers include a picture of a major Star Trek moment, and new Wolverine posters. And we've got sneak peeks from Knowing, BSG, Sarah Connor, and Brave And The Bold. Spoilers: your window into futureland.
Alex Proyas' Knowing is all about the multigenerational relationships. Nic Cage's character deals with his son and grandson, but he also works with the daughter and granddaughter of the girl who created those numbers. Spoilers!
I'd like to think that if Nic Cage was "wigging" out at me about the end of the world I'd listen. But honestly, I'd probably just demand my $10 back from Ghost Rider.
In Alex Proyas' upcoming film, Knowing Nicholas Cage sets out to sites of predicted disasters to stop the events from happening. We got a peek at two of the mayhem-filled scenes.
John Christopher's amazing Tripods book series is getting its big-screen debut, thanks to director Alex Proyas. So teens, ready yourself for the rebellion of your lifetimes, against evil alien overlords.
Nicolas Cage's apocalyptic movie Knowing brings a lot of surprises, says director Alex Proyas. He explained to us how he crafted a widescreen action-adventure, with a spooky family drama at its core. Spoilers below...