Who lives? Who dies? That is the burning question we should all be asking about Ridley Scott’s upcoming pre-sequel to Alien/Prometheus due May 19th, 2017. Enjoy the official prologue to Alien: Covenant which introduces the ill-fated crew as they gather for a final meal before entering cryosleep. Hilarity ensues.
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Who wants a naked gold man statue? Everyone in Hollywood! Will it be a LA LA Land sweep? Or will Moonlight win Best Picture? It’s Oscar week, and on this episode of Film Threat, hosts Chris Gore and Anthony Ray Bench run down their picks for the 89th Academy Awards.
Hosts Chris Gore and Anthony Ray Bench discuss The Lego Batman Movie, De Palma, Morris From America, Fences, Allied, Yoga Hosers, Tickled, The Lovers and The Despot, and more before bringing you a very special early review of Logan LIVE from Gallifrey One.
“Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction.” This is the 13th Amendment to the United States Constitution which abolishes slavery, or so we thought. That “punishment for a crime” clause … Continued
Brian De Palma is a fantastic filmmaker, one of my favorites in fact. I always thought he was closer to Alfred Hitchcock than any of his filmmaking contemporaries like Spielberg, Scorsese, or Coppola. His films are too beautifully made to be considered B-movies, and too schlocky and fun to be completely mired in pretention. Directed … Continued
Jon Schnitzer is one hell of documentarian and he has struck gold with Haunters. You will not be able to look away. This doc will get your heart racing and scare the hell out of you and that’s just from watching other people go through haunt experiences. He’s combined his passion for Halloween and his … Continued
I’m going to go out on a limb here and make a prediction that Logan is going to draw a lot of comparisons to The Dark Knight; I even made this comparison during Episode 003 of the Film Threat Podcast, and I feel like as time goes on more and more people will agree. It’s … Continued
Perhaps The Great Wall might have been a better movie if it had one of China’s smaller architectural marvels as a backdrop. If director Zhang Yimou had make a film about just the Great Wall itself and had not bothered with lifeless characters and unconvincing special effects, the results would have been superior. That last … Continued
Fare could be described, if written by a more satirical writer than I, as something like Scenes From a Marriage meets You’re Next. Or, perhaps more accurately, as a literal Affair to Remember. It’s a horror of sorts, scary with anxiety and too wide awake righteousness. To fully elaborate on this summation would be to … Continued
“Does Batman live in Bruce Wayne’s basement?” “No! Bruce Wayne lives in Batman’s attic.” While I may be a big fan of Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight Trilogy AND semi fascinated by Zack Snyder’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, I can’t really say that there’s been a film that adapts Batman in a way I … Continued