A few weeks back, we took a look at production video from director BenDavid Grabinski's short scifi movie Cost of Living, which stars Bret Harrison (Reaper) and Brandon Routh (Superman Returns) as two night-shift security guards with terrible existential malaise.
The first full-length trailer for the Thing prequel is here, and it serves up a huge dose of claustrophobia and paranoia, laced with awesome bloody violence. If you've been skeptical about a prequel to John Carpenter's film, check this out.
The thought of Hollywood messing with John Carpenter's The Thing is enough to make our heads sprout spider-legs and run away. Which is why we brought our hardest-hitting questions to the set of the Thing prequel. Here's what we learned.
Scott Pilgrim vs. The World is a fast, funny, and successful adaptation of the original comics. But more than that, it's a starkly original film that plays on its audience's immersion in the culture of sitcoms, video games, and comics.
With Scott Pilgrim, Bryan Lee O'Malley created a world ruled by video game logic and filled with flaming-swords, superpowered vegans, and evil ex-boyfriends. We asked the movie's cast which parts of the Scott Pilgrim universe they wish were real. Spoilers.
Even after six books and an upcoming feature film, there's still a lot we don't know about Scott Pilgrim's mysterious lady love Ramona Flowers. Fortunately, actress Mary Elizabeth Winstead helped us shed some light on Ramona's shadowy past.