Low budget science-fiction films are almost always better than their more heavily financed counterparts, simply because they concentrate more on characterization and smart story ideas than they can on spectacle and special effects. I saw one of the best examples of this last spring as Spanish director Nacho Vigalondo’s Timecrimes was making the festival circuit. Magnolia will finally be bringing the film to theaters later this winter. In preparation for that, they’ve released this trailer, which does a good job in setting up the film’s premise without spoiling any of the fun twist and turns its narrative takes.
The Green Hornet started shooting last week and thanks to the fact that they have been out shooting on location, we already have a look at several members of the cast- Seth Rogen as the [click for more]
James Cameron’s science-fiction epic Avatar has been in development for the past several years, only going into production once computer-generated visual effects technology finally caight up to his vision for the story of a paralyzed [click for more]
I think I’ve figured out Warner Brothers’ strategy. In case they wind up loosing their legal tussell with 20th Century Fox over their graphic novel adaptation Watchmen, they are sneakily releasing the film in little [click for more]