Daniel Dae Kim, best known for his roles on Lost and Hawaii Five-O, is in talks to join Neil Marshall’s upcoming Hellboy reboot. That’s good news on its own, but the better news is he may play Major Ben Daimio, the role actor Ed Skrein recently vacated after learning the character was Japanese.
If you’re looking for a formidable foil for Hellboy, Milla Jovovich is a pretty damn good choice.
The trailer for Dark Signal piqued our interest for two reasons: one, it’s produced by Neil Marshall (The Descent, Game of Thrones). And two, we can’t resist horror movies that are set in and/or around radio stations. The Fog! Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2! Pontypool! And now... Dark Signal:
The campy, iconic scifi show Lost in Space is making a comeback. Eight months after Netflix first purchased the rights to remake the show, they’ve officially given the series a 10 episode commitment with an eye on new episodes airing in 2018.
Neil Marshall is one of our favorite action directors. From movies like The Descent, Dog Soldiers and Doomsday to Game of Thrones, he’s brought some of the best and bloodiest action to the screen. And now, he’s got a segment in Tales of Halloween, out tomorrow. So we had to ask him the secret of making action feel…
Neil Marshall's film-making is wild and distinctive, from Dog Soldiers, Doomsday and The Descent to his episodes of Game of Thrones. He does chaos incredibly well. So we had to ask him: What did you learn from watching Terry Gilliam movies?
Neil Marshall, the director that pulled off the most insane episode of Game Of Thrones, "Blackwater," and the best horror movie ever made, The Descent, will direct the pilot of the Constantine TV series. Could this show actually be good?
The Norwegian flick Troll Hunter by André Øvredal is hands down one of the most creative (and beautiful) found-footage films we've ever seen. We love this movie, so we're not thrilled that it's getting an Americanized remake. But we are happy about who is behind the lens.
Neil Marshall, director of The Descent, Centurion, Doomsday, and most notably the epic Game of Thrones episode "Blackwater," has signed on to direct the final installment of season 4. As fans who've read the books and have surmised what he'll be filming can tell you, this is A Very Good Thing.
Last night's Game of Thrones was the only episode thus far to be almost completely self-contained and free of "meanwhiles." But that didn't mean it was simple. If anything, this episode put several of the show's main characters under a microscope and let us see how they performed in an insane situation.
Rejoice, fans of The Descent Doomsday — director Neil Marshall is coming to HBO's Game of Thrones.
Are you ready for Battle: Los Angeles meets Saving Private Ryan? The Descent director, Neil Marshall, has been enchanted by the rash of alien invasion flicks. His next project might be an extraterrestrial invasion flick set in World War II.
If they really have to do a new Predator movie, we're psyched to learn that the directing job may go to Neil Marshall, whose Doomsday was our favorite over-the-top, post-apocalyptic, head-chopping, eye-popping punk-rock cannibal movie of 2008.
Lots of movies say they have everything, but then turn out only to have a subset of everything. Only Doomsday, Neil Marshall's lurch into a plague-blighted future Scotland, actually has everything. Just check out this sexy punk cannibalism scene, from the unrated DVD. Warning: melting flesh may be NSFW.
Probably the best werewolf movie ever made, Dog Soldiers is the tale of a Scottish band of soldiers on a practice mission - until they discover that they're being viciously hunted by something that seems like it couldn't possibly be real. Starring Kevin "Journeyman" McKidd and Sean Pertwee, this 2002 wolves vs.…
Neil Marshall's Descent 2 promises screen time for his original cast of adventurous women - even though most of them are dead. Empire Magazine reports that all of the original's spelunking women will return, in flashbacks or other scenes. And there's a new, spoiler-filled synopsis of Marshall's scary cave-exploring…
There are Serbian dog-food commercials that would have made more sense to me than Doomsday, the quarantined-country-reverts-to-barbarism epic that opens today. It starts out as an engaging action-horror blend with a nice touch of future dystopia (and huge servings of gore), and then slowly unravels until the ending is…