Once again, the fate of the galaxy is in the hands, feet, and empty heads of four of the dumbest people in the universe.
Ever since its debut in 2013, Rooster Teeth’s fantasy-action series RWBY has amassed a devoted mass following of fans who thrill to the series’ high-energy fight scenes. Now, the people making RWBY will be branching out into giant mech scifi, aiming to tell cool stories in a whole new genre.
Dead people that shamble on mindlessly. Getting the blood sucked out of you. Creatures that live just beyond human perception. The best horror concepts tap into something primal. As a man in constant need of a nap, the premise of Day 5 terrifies me: If you fall asleep, you die.
It’s a general rule of thumb that apocalyptic events suck. I mean, it does mean that it’s the end of civilization as we know it, billions of people die. They’re shitty times! But I would take any apocalypse—zombie, nuclear warfare, invasion of gorilla scientists from the moon—before one where the greatest gift of all,…
Lazer Team is a hodgepodge of everything you love about genre. It’s about four dopey guys who are forced to band together to save the world from aliens. Think the cast of Super Troopers starring in Ghostbusters, but fighting aliens instead of ghosts.
What happens when the Internet gives the Rooster Teeth team $2.4 million to make a feature film? You get Lazer Team, a goofy-looking film about four friends who each get a piece of an alien suit and will have to work together to fend off an invasion.
The funny folks behind the goofball web series Red vs. Blue are trying their hands at a feature film—and it's a scifi comedy. Plus, an English version of Osamu Tezuka's space Western, a line of high-quality Greek mythology toys, and a diverse superhero anthology are all looking for a bit of crowdfunding help.
We all know the saying "One cannot simply walk into Mordor." But is it true, or was Boromir just being a pessimist? Kerry Shawcross and Chris Demarais of Rooster Teeth (the Red Vs. Blue guys) decided to find out for themselves by flying to New Zealand, and setting out from the set of Hobbiton to Mount Ngauruhoe, the…