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 […]
The BBC’s Steven McKenzie looks at Scotland’s influence on science fiction film and a wee bit of television. (Thanks, Matt!)
“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.
Abigail Nussbaum over at Asking the Wrong Questions examines why everyone hates Prometheus so much (including this great line “Shaw… seems more like Aliens‘s Burke than a Ripley”). Here’s Shamus Young at Twenty-Sided on The Slow Death of Netflix: “I have money to spend and movies I want […]