Are you ready to get creeped the fuck out? Christian Slater and his tiny crew of redshirts are trapped in a moonbase... with an alien life form that could be anybody. Yep, Stranded really does look like Moon meets The Thing. With a dash of Doctor Who's "Waters of Mars."
The Purge just proved that low-budget, high-concept horror movies are still huge money-makers. That's good news for Stranded, in which Christian Slater and his crew are stuck on the Moon, with hallucinations, flesh-eating contagion... and some kind of wacky monster. Here's a brand new trailer!
Will this be the summer that all your favorite icons reach their true potential for greatness on the big screen? Or will all your favorite characters be stuck in generic tentpole films about angst and terrorism? We'll find out soon! Here's the complete guide to this summer's science fiction, fantasy and comic book…
Kim Dotcom is a character. Giving the finger to the government that took his site down by setting up a new one. Throwing a press conference complete with a fake FBI raid, pyrotechnics, and dancers. Demolishing cheap lawn furniture. Now, thanks to helicopter problems, he's stranded in the middle of nowhere. Ever the…
Marc Webb takes us inside The Amazing Spider-Man. The original Blade Runner screenwriter returns to write the follow-up. Will NBC's Revolution be the first J.J. Abrams show that's easy to follow? Plus Kristen Stewart talks Snow White and the Huntsman!
This image reminds me a bit of a similar scene in Close Encounters of the Third Kind, where they find a ship in the middle of the desert. Except this ship is sailing the sand of Kerminihy beach, in Erdeven.
It's the interstellar version of a man overboard — an astronaut, thrown from his spacecraft, drifting helplessly into space. Until recently, safety measures to account for such a situation have been somewhat limited.
Several Internet bargain hunters wanting to visit Vegas on the cheap found out the hard way that some deals are just too good to be true.
I'm in Singapore right now and had every intention to ride the Flyer, the world's largest Ferris Wheel. But after it left 173 people were stranded for six hours last night, I'm... hesitant.
People have been making movies about Mars for decades, but the real boom in semi-realistic Mars movies started about a decade ago — and ended pretty soon afterward. A spate of movies about Mars, some of which aimed to show the first human exploration of the planet, started around 1999 and stopped in 2002... just…