The Black Girl Nerds Podcast shares a panel discussion with Bryan Fuller, creator of Hannibal and American Gods, and New York Magazine and Vulture TV’s Matt Zoller Seitz at the Vulture Festival. They discuss “notable bloody scenes that inspired [Fuller] over his career.”
Bethesda Softworks’ Fallout 4, like its predecessors, surrounds the player with a retro-futurist, post-apocalyptic world abstracted from the good ol’, partially mythical USA of educational filmstrips, with sprinkles of that era’s sci-fi upping the ante. In due time, you’ll be battling through a harsh realm of mad science […]
Peter Stults created three posters for Alien, Aliens and Alien 3 starring Pam Grier as Ellen Ripley. (via @DarkMattersProj)
Neil Blomkamp has been sharing concept art for his unproduced Alien film. “The idea behind the film is that everything from Alien 3 didn’t happen and it would have followed Sigourney Weaver’s Ripley & Michael Biehn’s Hicks infiltrating the Weyland Yutani corporation. Just that little synopsis and the […]
Empire Magazine has an interview with screenwriter Jonathan Spaihts about his original screenplay for Prometheus. “But the most dramatic change was the removal of the xenomorph from the film. That was a shift that happened at the same time as I stepped off the film. A lot of […]
It’s inside you. If you’re talking about blood or cookies, that’s a good thing. You definitely want those inside you. If you’re talking about aliens or zombie viruses, not so much, right? Well, 99% of the time the answer is probably ‘Hell, no!’ but the other 1% makes […]
“So there you go – your basic alien monster movie…. And you know what? Somehow, it all holds together – you’re gripped despite yourself, swept along, enthralled. It works (well, at least it did for me).” More from Richard Morgan here.