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Friday, November 28, 2008

Batman To Be Killed By Dad


Here we go again! Batman, a.k.a. Bruce Wayne, is killed by a man claiming to be his late father, Thomas Wayne.

Thomas Wayne, along with his wife Martha, were gunned down by a small-time hood named Joe Chill in the comic books, but here it seems that Wayne faked his own death.

According to an article in Fox News.com:

The world's most famous comic book hero has breathed his last Bat breath.

Bruce Wayne — who by night is Batman — gets murdered by a man claiming to be the father he thought was dead.

In a highly controversial new comic book storyline, Bruce, who first appeared in 1939, is killed by Simon Hurt — the leader of the shady Black Glove organization.

Simon claims he is really Dr Thomas Wayne, saying he faked his own passing when Bruce was a child.

The superhero dies when he tries to stop his foe escaping by helicopter in the new comic Batman R.I.P.


Back in 1993, Superman was killed off in an epic battle with Doomsday. Recently, Captain America was killed by an assassin. Batman (Bruce Wayne) had his back broken by Bane in the "Knightfall" story line in the 1990s. Now Batman is to be killed off. It seems that DC Comics doesn't have much respect for their cash cow. Or do they? The "Death of Superman" story line boosted sales of the Superman line of comics, so DC is hoping that killing Batman will do the same trick. I really doubt that DC would kill a character whose most recent movie, The Dark Knight, was a boxoffice hit.

In the comics, a death is rarely ever permanent. It will be interesting to see how this turns out.

To read the full article, go here.

UPDATE (11/29/08): According to ScreenIndia.com, DC Comics is denying that Batman is to be killed off and that the news reports have the story line "blown out of proportion." See the link for details.

Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Onechanbara English Subtitled DVD



Okay, I know all you girl crazy Japanese movie fans have been foaming at the mouth waiting for your chance to see Eri Otoguro running around in her little bikini and cowboy hat killing zombies and having sword fight with Chise Nakamura in her little school girl uniform. I'm right there with you.

Yesasia now has the Chinese DVD of the film for sale, and yes it comes with English subtitles. (click the link above)

I know "Onechanbara" isn't on the same plain as "Citizen Kane", but what could be cooler than a hot Asian girl, dressed in a red bikini and wearing a cowboy hat, killing zombies with a katana?

Plot:

Based on the popular PS2 game series, feature film OneChanbara (a.k.a. Chanbara Beauty) brings the adventures of sexy slayer Aya to the big screen in all its katakana-wielding, zombie-slicing glory. Written and directed by Fukada Yohei, OneChanbara stars three pin-up idols in the leading action heroine roles. Up-and-coming siren Otoguro Eri (Shutter, Shaolin Girl) cuts fine form as the feisty heroine Aya, slashing her way through the movie in the character's signature cowgirl attire - cowboy hat, cowboy boots, long scarf, and a bikini. To defend her city, she has to take on a quickly multiplying army of zombies that was raised from the dead by a mysterious scientist. Aya is joined in the fight by biker chick Reiko (Hashimoto Manami) who is out to avenge her father's death and Aya's half-sister Saki (Nakamura Chise, Swing Girls) who suddenly shows up in a schoolgirl uniform with a saber of her own.


Still not sold, check out the trailer below:

See Also: Onechanbara - A Hot Asian Girl In A Bikini Killing Zombies Kinda Movie

The Giant Claw (1957)(Columbia Pictures)

Written By: Ken Hulsey

With Thanksgiving Day upon us, I decided to serve up a little cinematic turkey of my own. I would be willing to bet that no one reading this could find a better "turkey", than Fred Sears 1957 dud entitled, "The Giant Claw."

Over the decades "Claw" has reached a unique place in cinematic lore, thanks in most part to its laughable monster. A monster so ridiculous looking that it never once appeared in any advertising for the film. A monster so lame that even the movies cast never saw the design during filming. A monster so goofy looking that the audience broke out in laughter every time it appeared on screen.

A monster so cheesy, that Ed Wood must have stayed awake at night, wishing he had thought of it first.

Yes, boys and girls, the monster in this film is a puppet. I know that throughout the history of monster films, puppets have been used very effectively as a cheap alternative to expensive, and time consuming, stop-motion models. Two examples of this are, "The Land That Time Forgot, and the early, "Godzilla" movies. This puppet, however, was not of that quality. This was actually a marionette that looked like it belonged in a "Punch and Judy" show at a carnival.

Nuff said.....

The actual movie itself, isn't too terrible. It is probably no worse than any of the other giant monster flicks that were churned out at the time, including, "Black Scorpion", "The Deadly Mantis" and "The Monster That Challenged The World." The only problem is there is no way to get around the monster. It is so distractingly bad that after you see the film, you can't remember anything else about it.

Honestly, you watch the movie and see if I'm not right?

I used to see this film all the time when I was young on an afternoon movie program that aired in Albuquerque, New Mexico, called "Dialing for Dollars." The film was usually aired during a week of programing that featured other campy monster films, like "Attack of the Crab Monsters" and "Green Slime." Once and a while the film would be mixed in during a week of Japanese monster films, even though it is an American film. I have fond memories of "The Giant Claw", even though it is a real stinker. I suppose the film had something to do with nurturing my love of "less than stellar" movies.

Plot:

Mitch MacAfee (Jeff Morrow), while engaged in a radar test flight, spots an unidentified flying object. Jets are scrambled to pursue and identify the object but one goes missing. Officials are initially angry at MacAfee but are forced to take his story seriously after several other planes disappear. A gigantic bird, purported to come from an antimatter galaxy, is responsible for all the incidents. Mitch, along with his mathematician girlfriend Sally Caldwell (Mara Corday), Dr. Karol Noymann (Edgar Barrier), and generals Considine (Morris Ankrum) and Van Buskirk (Robert Shane), works feverishly to develop a way to defeat the seemingly invincible enemy. The climactic showdown takes place in New York City, with the bird attacking both the Empire State and United Nations buildings.


History:

The Giant Claw is a 1957 sci-fi film about a giant bird ("It's as big as a battleship!") that terrorizes the world. Produced by Clover Productions under the working title 'Mark of the Claw' and released through Columbia Pictures, it starred Jeff Morrow and Mara Corday, and was directed by Fred F. Sears. The film has been a staple of the bootleg video market with only two official VHS releases (one in the USA through Goodtimes Home Video and the other through Screamtime in the United Kingdom) to date, Columbia Pictures finally released the film officially to DVD in October of 2007 as part of the two disc four film set Icons of Horror Collection


Trivia:

Jeff Morrow confessed in an interview that no one in the film knew what the titular monster looked like until the film's premiere. Morrow himself first saw the film in his hometown and, hearing the audience laugh every time the monster appeared on screen, left the theater early, embarrassed that anyone there might recognize him.

A character in the film mistakes the bird for La Cargagne which is, in fact, an actual monster from French Canadian folklore that resembles a giant woman with a wolf's head and bat-like black wings and which, like the Banshee, is a harbinger of death.

Wizard Magazine Announces Their Best Of 2008 Winners

Source: Wizard Entertainment

After considering every panel and word balloon printed in the comic book form for the past 12 months, Wizard magazine is pleased to announce their selections for their Best of 2008 list. The list, which makes its debut in the all-new Gold collectors’ issue, hitting comic shops November 26th, includes the best that comics had to offer in the previous year. Some of Wizard’s selections are:

Best Writer: Jason Aaron (Scalped, Ghost Rider, Wolverine)
Best Artist: Leinil Yu (Secret Invasion)
Best Book: Action Comics (DC Comics)
Best Event: “Secret Invasion” (Marvel Comics)
Best Single Issue: Y: The Last Man #60 (DC/Vertigo)
Best Indie of the Year: Kramers Ergot 7 (Buenaventura Press)
Best Hero: Captain America (Marvel Comics)
Best Villain: Norman Osborn (Marvel Comics)
Best Revamp: The Incredible Hercules (Marvel Comics)
Best All-Ages title: Tiny Titans (DC Comics)
Best R-rated book: The Boys (Dynamite Entertainment)
Best Horror writer: Joe Hill (Locke & Key)
Best Cover Artist: Marko Djurdjevic (Thunderbolts, Daredevil)
Best Movie: “Iron Man” (Marvel Studios)

“Wizard’s very excited about presenting our picks for the best in comics of 2008 in this special all-new Gold collectors’ issue,” said Wizard Magazine managing editor Mike Cotton. “We had a lot of fun—and fights—putting together our picks for the best writer, artist, book and movies of 2008, and we can’t wait to see the fans’ reaction.”

For more information on the winners and why they were chosen, pick up Wizard Gold on sale at comic shops everywhere on November 26th. The issue, which hits newsstands on December 9th, also features the best comic book moments of 2008, the best toys, props and statues, and the title named Best New Series among other exciting features.

On top of the exciting “Best Of” list, Wizard Gold also ranks the 50 greatest comic book films of all time. Who came out on top: “Iron Man” or “The Dark Knight”? You’ll also get the latest scoop on “Iron Man 2,” an exclusive five-page preview of Dynamite Entertainment’s Death Defying ‘Devil written by Joe Casey and the best price guide in comics!

Wizard also looks to the future with Wizard Platinum, the 2009 preview issue, which hits the direct market on December 12th and newsstands on December 23rd. With over 35 pages of exclusive comic previews of Darkness/Pitt, League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Century: 1910, Soulfire, G.I. Joe and Locke & Key: Head Games, a visit to the set of “Watchmen” and interviews with Geoff Johns, Brian Michael Bendis and DC Executive Editor Dan DiDio, you won’t want to enter 2009 without it!

For more information about Wizard Magazine, visit http://www.wizarduniverse.com/.

Its A King Komodo Cage Match

Written By: Ken Hulsey
Source: Todd Tennant

Todd has sent me another sneak preview image from the next installment of his "King Komodo" comic series that will grace the pages of G-Fan #86.

This time King Komodo is getting a lashing from mScorpio during some sort of cage match. Hey, nothing could be better than combining wrestling and kaiju fighting.

Fans will have to wait til G-Fan #86 hits the stands to find out who will win this clash of the titans!

Stay tuned.....news at eleven....

See Also: The Cage A Special King Komodo Sneak Peak From Todd Tennant / G-FAN #85 / King Komodo's Next Opponent - Meet mScorpio / The Godzilla 94 Trailer - Now With Music And Sound Effects! / Is This The End Of King Komodo? / Todd Tennant's New Godzilla 94 Trailer / Yet Another Sneak Preview Of King Komodo From G-Fan #84 /You Can Be The Victim On The New King Komodo Poster / King Komodo - G-Fan #84 Sneak Peak / Godzilla vs The Gryphon - Jeff Farley's Godzilla Sculpt / An Exclusive! Godzilla 94' Page 60 / An Exclusive Sneak Preview Of The Gryphon From Godzilla 94 / King Komodo Returns To The Pages Of G-Fan / Robo Japan Exclusive! - Godzilla 94 Page 56 / Godzilla Attacks!

Tuesday, November 25, 2008

The Day The Earth Stood Still - About The Production

Source: 20th Century Fox

Director Scott Derrickson's stylistic approach to the making of THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL was informed by the example set by filmmaker Robert Wise, who directed the original film. "One of things I've always respected about Robert Wise is that there isn't really a 'Robert Wise style,'" Derrickson says. "He didn't impart his style on a film. He put the story first and then built a style out of that story. For this film, I tried to establish a process with the crew that would create a style that serves the story the best way possible."

This process was led by an intensive collaboration between Derrickson, production designer David Brisbin, director of photography David Tattersall and their talented teams of artists and artisans. Like the science and technology that powers the story, Derrickson and company grounded their design concepts in the real world. "We wanted to make a film that had a stylish look and a distinctive quality in terms of color, lighting and set design, but we didn't want to push the boundaries of reality too far," the director says. "The film is expressionistic and stylish, but we tried to root it in reality so that you don't feel as though you are watching a comic book movie or a graphic novel movie."

The first key step in Derrickson's process of conceptualizing the look of the film was developing a color palette. "He is obsessed with color," says Brisbin, who previously worked with Derrickson on "The Exorcism of Emily Rose." "It's very important to Scott to find a color code for the whole film and be very rigorous about how it's applied. You can have an enormous football stadium set and there'll be one red tomato far on the other side, and he'll say, 'David! What's that red doing there? We don't do red.'"

"I think color is one of the most effective aspects of cinema," Derrickson explains. "When I think of movies I love, the color palette of the film is inextricable from the film itself. I think about 'GoodFellas' and that movie was green and a dark maroon red. 'Taxi Driver' was this kind of dirty taxi yellow color. There's a certain palette control in really good films that becomes part of your memory and what you take away from them in the end."

Derrickson applied a similar discipline to the selection of the color palette for THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL. Together with Brisbin and Tattersall, he compiled an eclectic batch of images for inspiration, and ultimately boiled the collection down to twenty stills that form the tabula rasa for the film. "I don't like too many colors in the frame, and at the same time, I don't like a wash of just one color," says the director. "We went through each scene and talked about controlling and compressing the palette in a way that feels real and yet immerses the audience within these particular colors for the duration of the film so that when it's over, you're left with an indelible impression of what they film looked like."

This yielded a design scheme anchored by one or two colors per set - primarily blue-green and orange - with the rest of each environment bathed in neutral tones. "The Flash Chamber is a good example of how we compressed our palette," says Brisbin, describing the converted missile silo in which Gort, Klaatu's massive bio-mechanical bodyguard, is subjected to a battery of diagnostic tests by military technicians. "Among the twenty images we settled on was a photograph of a gray field with orange lava flowing through it. The orange is very bright, almost livid. We decided that these two colors - gray and orange - would be our 'zone' for the Flash Chamber.

"It's a pretty complicated matrix to hit the color marks that Scott is after and still keep everything looking real," Brisbin elaborates. "The great thing about collaborating with Scott on design and color issues is that he wants to arrive at a very specific and controlled destination, but he wants the process of getting there to be intensely collaborative. That's really as good as it gets for a designer."

Another important facet to achieving the realistic look Derrickson envisioned was in the processing of the film itself. (The director opted to shoot on film, rather than in HD.) "We did a 'pull process,' which has the effect of reducing the contrast slightly," says Tattersall. "It makes the colors a little bit more subtle and pastel-y, if you will. That's a new thing for me."

Self-described film buffs Derrickson and Tattersall spent hours discussing shots, composition and camera movement in determining their shooting style for the film. Rather than apply one particular style to the entire movie, they formulated their visual approach on a scene-by-scene basis, depending on what each moment of the story called for. "Different sequences felt like they needed to be shot differently, so the shooting style changes throughout the film," Derrickson says. "There are some scenes that we shot with long lenses, some scenes that we shot very static and other scenes that were shot with wide lenses and the camera never stops moving. We tried to create symmetry between sequences so the result is a cohesive tapestry of styles within the film."

"Our approach is sort of classic old-school cinematography mixed with a lot of state-of-the-art technology," says Tattersall, who utilized rear-screen projection and painted backdrops in lieu of green screen and CG visual effects whenever possible.

"David Tattersall can bring a set to life like nobody's business," Brisbin attests. "He is a master at lighting, at taking good foreground scenery and a painted background and using old school techniques to give it depth and dimension."

Tattersall's enthusiasm for traditional methods of stagecraft and his expertise at lighting indoor sets standing in for exterior locations played a crucial role in the production. Filming took place in Vancouver, which doubled for New York, in January through March 2007. The difficulties of shooting in Canada in the middle of winter with unpredictable weather - and a script that calls for multiple night exteriors and special effects like snow, fog, wind and rain - prompted the filmmakers to mount some of the exterior scenes on soundstages, ensuring greater control over lighting, blocking and environmental factors.

The incredibly lifelike outdoor settings constructed on stages by Brisbin's art department include a forest, a swamp and a snow-covered mountain ridge. "I depended heavily on my greensmen and my construction team and we were generally able to make things believable," says Brisbin, "but we would not have been able to pull it off if it weren't for our cinematographer. He's a visual genius and a fantastic collaborator." (Like Tattersall, Brisbin has previous experience creating believable night exteriors on interior stages - his first effort was constructing a realistic outdoor campfire setting for a pivotal night scene between Keanu Reeves and River Phoenix in "My Own Private Idaho.")

Weather is a significant factor in the story, all of which had to be manufactured by the special effects department (with CGI enhancements where necessary) and adhere to Derrickson's desire for realism. "What I'm going to remember most about working on THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL is the smell of the fog," Jaden Smith says. "It was horrible."

As part of Twentieth Century Fox parent company News Corp.'s corporate mandate to become a carbon-neutral company by the year 2010, THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL was chosen to be the studio's first green production. "For the first time ever, I found myself working with a studio to find ways of being more efficient in the work we do in the art department and less wasteful," says Brisbin, whose team typically uses "mountains and mountains" of paper in printing, especially location photo stills.

For this production, the art department transitioned to a digital approach, posting photos on a website that could be accessed by other departments as needed, thereby cutting down additional printing and paper waste. Meanwhile, Brisbin's scenic painters, construction crew and set dressers used recyclable materials and biodegradable products whenever possible in the creation of sets and props. When it was necessary to use lumber, it was sourced from sustainably-managed forests.

Costume designer Tish Monaghan's team also adapted from paper printing or taking Polaroids to using digital photography for wardrobe fittings. Efforts were also made to use more environmentally-conscious solvents and dyes, and to recycle garment bags and hangars and other items that are often thrown away after filming. When principal photography wrapped, all of the wardrobe that was purchased for the film (or re-purposed from another show) was either given to Fox to be utilized by future productions, or donated to men's and women's shelters.

Much attention was also focused on fuel efficiency through the use of hybrid vehicles, substituting biodiesel for fossil fuels in the generators, and strict enforcement of the "idle-free mandate" - if any member of the crew found themselves sitting in their production vehicle for more than three minutes, they had to turn off the engine. Energy-efficient appliances were also used to conserve electricity.

"Everybody on the crew dug into it with zealousness," says visual effects producer Jeff Okun of the collective effort. "It's really exciting to be involved in making a movie about saving the world, and at the same time, taking steps to make sure we leave a zero footprint."

See Also: The First Photos From The Day The Earth Stood Still / A New Promotional Banner For The Day The Earth Stood Still

Monday, November 24, 2008

Life Magazine Discovers Rare Publicity Photos From Creature From The Black Lagoon - Update!

Written By: Ken Hulsey (Intro) & Cortlandt Hull
Sources: Ben Chapman / Ricou Browning / Julie Adams
Photo Credits: Cortlandt Hull / Ben Chapman

Above - close up shot, from Ben Chapman's collection of the special color publicity costume made at Universal, with touches of red & the red lips. Note also the stomach plates are darker than the film costume. - Cortlandt Hull

Yesterday I posted a set of rare photos that were taken for a never published article on the movie, "Creature From The Black Lagoon" by Life Magazine. I read an article on the origin of the photos that stated that the pictures had been taken on location during filming. After examining the photos I came to the conclusion that the images were probably publicity shots taken after the fact. (See The Photos Here)

I decided to try and get to the bottom of the true origin of the photos, so I contacted Cortlandt Hull, a documentary film maker and owner of the "The Witch's Dungeon Classic Movie Museum" . I knew that Cortlandt had developed a long relationship with both Ben Chapman and Julie Adams, plus he had created a "life-sized" statue of the "Creature". I figured that if anyone could get me the facts on these photos it would be him.

Cortlandt was kind enough to take time out of his busy schedule, condensing about a zillion hours worth of interviews and film footage down to a workable four hours of content for his upcoming documentary ""Legends Of Film & Fantasy", to give me the true story.

Here is a copy of the e-mail Cortlandt sent me, including rare photos from his collection:


Above - special color costume Ben spoke about, created for publicity photos by Universal,with red lips & touches of red in the costume.

These "Life Magazine" photos are a great find! But, I only hope these shots won't perpetuate the false notion that the Creatures lips were red! As BEN CHAPMAN told me several years ago, but unfortunately not on camera, a Life cameraman had shot full color photos of him in the special color publicity costume, which Universal had done specifically for their own color publicity shots. Ben always wondered why these photos never appeared in "Life Magazine". Sad, he never lived to see these wonderful shots appear. Just a year ago, we interviewed , actress, JULIE ADAMS for our new "Legends Of Film & Fantasy" documentary, currently in production. Julie stated exactly what Ben said - "The costume in the film was not painted with the vivid shades of the color publicity costume." Julie said - "The colors in the film costume were more muted, various shades of moss green - no red lips!" These photos were not taken during actual production of the film, but to promote the film.

However, there were two units shooting "Creature", which Ben mentioned, on camera in our first documentary, "The Witch's Dungeon 40 Years Of Chills". Ben was with Julie Adams, Richard Carlson, Richard Denning etc. all shooting at Universal's back lot "lagoon" which is what you see in these "Life" photos. It was only the underwater shots, and some establishing shots of the lagoon area, which were shot at "Wakulla Springs" in Florida, which is now a state park. Ricou Browning, although he did all the early tests in the costume at Universal, with
"Creature" creators, Jack Kevan & Chris Mueller, was only seen in underwater footage completely shot in Florida, with Ginger Stanley, doubling for Julie Adams, and other doubles for the underwater stunts. Then the footage was matched with what the cast had shot at Unversal's back lot. Ricou also explained this when we interviewed him.

(Above) are two shots, which were in Ben's personal collection, which he allowed us to scan, of the special color publicity costume. These shots have been seen before, but probably not as clear, as these were originals that Ben had. You can see this is the costume that Ben was wearing in the Life Magazine photos. The other shot (Below), of the costume hanging up at Universal's makeup department in 1971, I took myself, when John Chambers showed it to me. This is an actual color photo of the film costume Ben wore, not the publicity costume. Ben verified this for me, when I showed him my photo. - Cortlandt Hull

Above - photo of the original film costume Ben Chapman wore, not the publicity costume, taken at Universal's makeup department in 1971...

Above - BEN CHAPMAN having fun with our Creature figure. We were packing up for a show, he put the cape & hat of our Chaney "Red Death" on our Creature and said - "Now he's "The Phantom Of The Black Lagoon"! Ben was so much fun! We miss him.



Here is a shot of Julie Adams from our interview with her in our new documentary -the bust is from the museum collection, made from the original mold used for Ben Chapman's Creature head piece.

See Also: Life Magazine Discovers Rare Publicity Photos From Creature From The Black Lagoon / The Witch's Dungeon 40 Years Of Chills An Amazing Tribute To The Golden Age Of Horror / Creature From The Black Lagoon / The Creature No Longer Walks Among Us - Ben Chapman (1928 - 2008) / The Creature From The Black Lagoon Polystone Diorama / Universal Monsters Creature From The Black Lagoon Head Knocker / The Creature From The Black Lagoon Film Cell / 1:4 Scale Creature From The Black Lagoon Statue

Is This The End Of Bruce Wayne...Or Is It Another Publicity Stunt?

Written By: Ken Hulsey
Source: BBC News

Will Bruce Wayne meet his fate at the hands of the Black Glove? Or will he narrowly escape certain death, only to retire into obscurity?

Sounds like the final words of a Batman television series episode.

I think that the real question is, "Will Bruce Wayne be back as Batman in a year or so as if this never happened?"

Honestly, when I read this morning that DC comics was either going kill off Bruce Wayne or have him retire, I thought it was a joke. Then I started seeing more articles popping up about the subject. That's when I thought to myself, "Oh crap!, Is DC doing this sort of stuff again? Are comic book sales so low that they have to resort to killing off or maiming their main characters again?"

Way back in the early 90s DC decided to boost comic book sales by killing off Superman and having Batman receive a spinal adjustment at the hands of the villain, Bane, that put him out of commission for a year. Well, if you remember, both Superman and Batman were back as good as new before the readers interest could fade.

Is that what is going to happen this time?

In the next issue of the "Batman RIP" story arch, which hits newsstands Wednesday, we will find out the fate of Bruce Wayne. According to Scottish writer Grant Morrison this will be "the end of Bruce Wayne as Batman."

"What I am doing is a fate worse than death - things that no one would expect to happen to these guys at all," Morrison said in the recent interview with Comic Book Resources.

Regardless of whether Wayne lives or dies, he will be replaced as Batman, possibly by either Tim Drake, who has been Robin since 1991, or Dick Grayson, the original Boy Wonder, who now protects Gotham City as Nightwing.


If I were a betting man, I would have my money on Bruce Wayne returning as Batman sometime in the future. I couldn't fathom the series continueing without him.

See Also: Christopher Nolan Still Denying That There Will Be Another Batman Sequel / Angelina Jolie Turns To Tera Patrick For Catwoman Advice / Don't Expect To See The Joker In The New Green Arrow Movie / The Dark Knight (2008)(Warner Bros) / The Dark Knight - Ledger Takes The Joker To A Whole New Level / The Dark Knight - Preserving The Iconic Images Of Batman & The Joker / Batman: The Dark Knight - Have Bat-Pod, Will Travel

Star Trek's Big Bad Monster

Written By: Ken Hulsey
Sources: Undead Backbrain / Avery Guerra / Todd Tennant

As we learned from the giant monster movie "Cloverfield", J.J. Abrams has a love for large, bizare looking monsters. Apparently he loves them so much that he has put one in his re-envisioning of "Star Trek." These photos, which come from Todd Tennant, via Avery Guerra and Undead Backbrain, show the unusual critter as it appears in the films trailer.

Hey....shouldn't the guy who is about to become lunch be wearing a red uniform? At least a red jacket?

Terror From Beneath The Earth Filming Halted By Gallstones

Written By: Ken Hulsey
Source: Sainteuphoria.com

Filming on Christopher Mihm's latest monster movie, "Terror from Beneath the Earth!", had to be cancelled when one the cast came down with a bad case of gallstones. Mike Cook, who plays scientist Dr. Vincent Edwards in the film, was diagnosed with Cholelithiasis prior to the weekend shoot, which was scheduled to include scenes that involved his character. According to Mihm the scenes will be rescheduled, and shouldn't effect the films late Spring/early Summer release.

As for Cook, he has been resting at home and is on the mend.

Fans who want to send their well-wishes to Mike Cook can do so through Saint Euphoria's website - HERE

See Also: A Special One Day Sneak Preview Of Terror From Beneath The Earth / Director Mihm Dealing With Mutant Bat-Like Creatures / Christopher Mihm Is About To Release The Terror From Beneath The Earth

Bloody Hell Nigel, I Think Our Sofa Is Haunted By Aliens

Written By: Ken Hulsey
Sources: The Sun (UK) / Thaindian News

It isn't surprising that on the same day that it was published that more people in the UK believe in UFOs, Bigfoot and Ghosts than believe in God, that two utterly wacky reports like these would also make headlines.

First we have a couple in Bristol (UK) that believe that their family sofa is possessed by aliens, then secondly we have a report printed in The Sun about an Extra Terrestrial plot to abduct several of the newspapers sexy "Page 3 Girls."

Now, it is pretty obvious that the second article isn't meant to be taken seriously, but the first one is.

I would normally take the time to re-write these articles, but I honestly couldn't do them justice.

Okay, here we go:

Now, a Brit family that is scared of their alien haunted sofa!

A Brit family is scared that aliens may have chosen a new abode in their sofa!

While Christine Strange, from Bristol, is scared that their family sofa may be alien haunted, her hubby Nigel has pledged to avoid sitting on it alone until it comes clean in investigations.

One Sunday morning I sat down on it with a cup of tea and suddenly heard this odd squeaky noise, the Sun quoted Christine as saying.

I thought I must be going mad but Poppy, my Yorkshire terrier, heard it too. She started sniffing around but then got scared and ran away.

It could be an alien for all we know. The noise is getting louder and louder. I'm scared its going to come bursting out one evening while were watching TV, she added.

As per the experts Britain has been badly suffering from the supernatural spell with Nick Pope, a former X Files expert for the MoD, adding: This is proving to be a really strange year. There are more UFO sightings and more reports of other weird phenomena than I can recall from any previous year. (ANI)

Mars needs women!

RANDY aliens are believed to be trying to abduct some of Britain’s most beautiful girls – as they target The Sun’s own Page 3 lovelies.

Martian chiefs are thought be telling their henchmen to enter the Earth’s atmosphere with instructiobns to “Beam me up totty” and only to capture the best-looking, most scantily-clad homosapians available.

It means The Sun’s beauties – the likes of Peta, 21, from Essex, Rosie, 18, from Middlesex and Amii, 22, from Birmingham – could be hit on by choosy extraterrestrials.

One of the Page 3 girls said: “We’re used to getting a lot of attention from a lot of men – but not from little green men with three eyes and tentacles.”

Dumbfounded experts previously thought that alien abduction was based on the chaos theory or something David Icke said – but, worryingly, many believe the pulling power of the UFO tractor beams could be too hard for many of the Page 3 crackers to resist.

Di James, picture editor for Page 3.com said: “We’ve always thought are girls are out of this world. This could prove it, literally ... but not in a good way.”


Brian from the department of UFO studies said: “I told them this would happen. We need to get Mulder and Scully involved. We need more funding.”

Another UFO fanatic said: “I want to believe.”

Silly Brits! Everyone knows that Aliens aren't in our furniture, they live in our TV sets. Also, The Aliens aren't after The Sun's "Page 3 Girls", they want Hugh Hefner's harem and the girls that write into "Penthouse Forum."

See Also: Nasa Photo Shows Human-like Figure On Mars / Ufologist Writes Letter To Obama Seeking The Truth / UFOs Blamed For UK Power Outage / Paranormal - Real Life Tales Of The Unexplained / UFOs Once Again Get Fighter Planes Scramblin Over Stephenville / Australian Musician Says Dot In Photo Is A UFO / A Turkish Security Guard Films UFO Multiple Times / UFO Spotted Over Slovenia - Another Photographed Over Dominican Republic / A Man In The UK Fears Alien Abduction After A Month Of Sightings / October 14th Is Here....And Surprise! No Aliens! / Aliens To Show They Are Real In The Skies Over Alabama

Life Magazine Discovers Rare Publicity Photos From Creature From The Black Lagoon

Written By: Ken Hulsey
Sources: Undead Backbrain / Life Magazine / Avery Guerra

New! - Life Magazine Discovers Rare Publicity Photos From Creature From The Black Lagoon - Update!

The folks over at Life Magazine recently dug up a set of publicity photos from the movie "Creature from the Black Lagoon" shot by photographer Edward Clark. Odds are these were shots taken for a feature article that never got published.

It has been reported that these shots were taken on the set during filming, but that is not the case.

One thing that indicates that these are publicity photos is revealed by the "Creature" costume itself. What we see here is a green costume with the infamous "red" lips. That is a tell-tale indication that these are publicity images. The costume that was used for filming was a grey-green color all over, including the lips.

Secondly the area in which the photos were taken looks very much like Southern California, not Florida, where many of the outdoor scenes for the movie were filmed.

Though actress Julie Adams can be clearly seen in the photos it is unknown if it is Ben Chapman, Ricou Browning (unlikely if these were shot in California) or another actor in the monster suite.

Regardless of where or when they were taken, who is in them or for what purpose they were taken, these are some really cool images!

Check out some of the photos below:


Friday, November 21, 2008

Bryony Matthewman Talks About Her Internet Zombie Movie

Source: BBC

Twenty-five-year-old Bryony Matthewman lives in London, and for the last two years she has been making videos online.

Where did the idea for Bryony Makes A Zombie Movie come from?

I've been making videos on YouTube for over two years, with no prior film-making experience. During that time, I've done smalltime collaborations with other YouTubers from around the world, and it struck me that the many talents my e-friends have in writing, acting, filming and editing could be brought to a larger scale project than just a short YouTube video. I thought it would be a nice idea to try to create a feature film through the internet, and a zombie movie seemed like a good genre to try, as it's such a classic and is so open to interpretation.

Would you like to work in feature films as a career?

Possibly! I love the excitement and magic of making a film, but I do tend to get bored easily, so I think something like prop management, set design, or costume would be something I would rather do as a career. Possibly production – I imagine a normal job in the industry would be less fraught and stressful than this project has been! Wrangling with thousands of other people all around the world (in many different time zones!) can get a little exhausting!

If you were to make another multi-platform film, would you do anything differently?

Yes! I would know how to organise people ahead of time, for one, instead of people coming to me and then me trying to create a framework out of those people. I would allot the time for writing (which was a huge bottleneck for this project, as it was being written by a huge group of people who were all across the globe, with not many guidelines, so it caused a lot friction) – a specific time, and I would know the reality of making a film like this, so I could schedule it accordingly, whereas this time around I really had no idea whatsoever until it happened! That said, I am not unhappy with how it happened.

How did you find dealing with the different time zones over the course of making your film?

I've made a lot of oversea friends since I started making online videos, so I'm kind of used to it – America is behind the UK, and I tend to stay up until the early hours, so it fits in quite well. We usually use MSN or iChat or Skype to chat. Other than that, email was the main form of communication, and I set up a forum for people to talk to one another and discuss things, which was instrumental specifically in the writing process.

What were your biggest challenges along the way?

Dealing with a lot of people who are all donating their time and energy for free, and trying to keep everyone happy. The writing process was a very difficult time, as it held up the whole project, and communication sometime broke down. There are still people who won't speak to me because they feel slighted by something or other that I did or didn't do as manager of the project. I got through it by just realising that whatever happens on a project like this, some people are inevitably going to get upset.

What was the most fun part of making your film?

I think the shooting was the most fun. We only really had a single day of shooting so far, and it was very, very busy and quite stressful, but so exciting to see it actually coming to life after so much blood, sweat and tears!

Are you pleased with the finished product, as it stands at the moment?

Absolutely! I am so happy with it! At the screening, everyone laughed at the right moments and jumped in the right places, which made me so happy! The directors, Tim Keeling and Pete Curran, did such a great job and the edit looked fantastic.

How did the red carpet screening at the Renoir cinema on the night before Halloween go?

Awesome! Everyone was really positive about it, and everyone had good ideas for where the project could go from here.

What did you wear to the screening?

Hah! What a strange question! I wore a blue dress from Banana Republic. I had gone shopping for something new, but I couldn't find anything that seemed appropriate. I really wanted to find some fancy Miu Miu or Marc Jacob shoes as I had an excuse to buy some at last, but I couldn't even find anything that would have been quite right, so I ended up wearing an old pair of shoes! They looked nice enough!

What next for Bryony Matthewman?

I have a load of bits and pieces that I have been putting off until November, like the bunch of paintings that I've been meaning to paint and sell (I'm an illustrator and graphic designer), I'm about to move, which I've also been putting off and, of course, I want to finish the film! I want to work out a way it can get finished, building on what we've learned so far in terms of production and making things a lot more efficient and streamlined. I'm so excited about what we've achieved so far, that it would be such a shame not to see it through to its conclusion.

See Also: Youtube Sensation Bryony Matthewman Makes A Zombie Movie

Nasa Photo Shows Human-like Figure On Mars

Written By: Ken Hulsey
Source: Rightpundits.com

Is this the photo of a real Martian? Is a Bigfoot? Is it some other form of alien life? Is it a rock? Nobody knows!

According to NASA this photo was taken by the Intrepid Spirit Rover on the edge of Mars’ Gusev crater back in November of 2004. The image appears to show a human-like figure climbing down a rocky slope. NASA, however, hasn't made any comment on the image which was posted on their website Wednesday.

Apparently the British media went nuts when the image became public, suggesting that it was proof of life on Mars. A lot of people have been coming forward with their opinion of just what they think is in the image. Some say it's Bigfoot, some say a Wookiee, others see a naked green woman. I just happen to think it looks like a Tusken Raider.

Whatever it is, it makes for great conversation.

Hey, the next thing you know, Philip Morris will be on TV claiming that he made a "Neanderthal" costume for NASA.

See Also: Another Knucklehead Comes Forward To Claim That He Created Pattersons Bigfoot / Recent Reports Lead To The Possibility Of A Large Bigfoot Population Near Houston BC / Monster Quest Is In Colorado Searching For Bigfoot / The Sci Fi Channel Travels Into The Unknown With Unexplained With George Noory This Month / Recent Bigfoot Sightings In BC Suggest Bear-Like Migration / Bigfoot Prints Found In Siberia / Russian Soldiers Discover A Harry Monster On The Beach / Ufologist Writes Letter To Obama Seeking The Truth / UFOs Blamed For UK Power Outage / Paranormal - Real Life Tales Of The Unexplained / UFOs Once Again Get Fighter Planes Scramblin Over Stephenville / Australian Musician Says Dot In Photo Is A UFO / A Turkish Security Guard Films UFO Multiple Times / UFO Spotted Over Slovenia - Another Photographed Over Dominican Republic / A Man In The UK Fears Alien Abduction After A Month Of Sightings / October 14th Is Here....And Surprise! No Aliens! / Aliens To Show They Are Real In The Skies Over Alabama

Escape From The Planet Of The Apes (1971)(20th Century Fox)

Written By: Ken Hulsey

Ted Post, Paul Dehn and Charlton Heston had thought that they had driven a steak through the heart of the "Planet of the Apes" franchise. The finale to "Beneath the Planet of the Apes" was designed to be just that, final. There was no way anyone could get around an ending that saw the Earth blown to bits......right?

What the creative minds behind the first two "Apes" films had failed to remember was the only true "golden rule" in Hollywood, "money talks", and when it came to this franchise it was talking very loudly.

Dehn was given the daunting task of writing another sequel. The only question was, how? An ingenuous plot was developed in which the apes from the future, Cornelius, Zira, and and a never before seen Dr. Milo, travel back in time to present day Earth. It was a brilliant idea. Not only would the film be a great platform for social commentary, the production could save money by not having to build futuristic props and scenery.

Although the premise for the film, in all honestly, was a bit far-fetched. The three ape scientists were to have been able to retrive Taylor's crashed spacecraft from the bottom of a lake, rebuild it, and figure out how to fly it before Taylor set off the doomday bomb.

Once you get past that, the rest of the story is far superior to just about any sci fi film produced in the 1970s.

The project was given a green light. Don Taylor was hired to direct and Roddy McDowall and Kim Hunter were brought back to play every one's favorite simian couple.

"Escape from the Planet of the Apes" is generally considered by critics to be the best of the "Apes" sequels and I strongly agree with them. The film does a wonderful job of pointing out mankinds flaws. At first Cornelius and Zira are treated like celebrities, then after it is learned what lay in store for mankind in the future, they are hunted down and killed. In typical fashion, what man doesn't understand he destroys.

"Beware the beast man, for he is the Devil's pawn. Alone among God's primates, he kills for sport or lust or greed. Yea, he will murder his brother to possess his brother's land. Let him not breed in great numbers, for he will make a desert of his home and yours. Shun him, for he is the harbinger of death." - The Sacred Scrolls (POTA 1968)

The ending to "Escape from the Planet of the Apes" is a real emotional roller-coaster. You heart truly breaks when Cornelius and Zira are gunned down. There is Zira dying, her last two acts, to throw her infant into the water, and then crawl to her dead husband. Shakespear couldn't have written a more tragic scene. If this doesn't pull at your heart strings then you are truly not human.

Plot:

The film opens with the apes splashing down off the Pacific coast. The navy hauls the ship to the beach, and the apes remove their helmets. They are quickly transported to seclusion for examination and are later moved to a secluded area of the Los Angeles Zoo. Milo (Sal Mineo) is killed by a noncivilized gorilla who was agitated by an argument between himself, Zira, and Cornelius, leaving the two remaining apes under the observation of two scientists, Stephanie and Lewis. Both discover the apes' power of speech. Meanwhile, a Presidential Commission has been formed to investigate the return of Taylor's spaceship and how the apes, which they already are aware are atypically intelligent, came to be aboard it. The apes then are brought before the Presidential Commission, where they reveal publicly their ability to speak, and are welcomed as guests.

The story of the plague that killed off all dogs and cats, as well as that of Ape slavery and subsequent uprising, is a retcon of both prior movies, wherein the apes do not know of their true past. Cornelius' claim that he had read history scrolls (kept secret from the masses) that detail the human downfall could be a way to rationalize the change, but fails to explain why he is as clueless as the rest of Ape society in the previous movies. He may have had access to them, off screen, during the presumed months prior to Beneath, when Zaius made Cornelius his proxy, or while he and Zira were traveling in the spaceship. Another conflict is that, according to Cornelius, the day of Aldo speaking the word "no" is an annual observance in their society.

The apes become celebrities, being lavished with presents and media attention. They are soon watched by a scientist, futuristic consultant Dr. Otto Hasslein (Eric Braeden), who discovers Zira is pregnant and fears for the future of the human race. He is determined to force the issue, gives Zira a truth serum to get information out of her and convinces the Commission to have the apes taken for proper questioning. Both are questioned under numerous means; as a result, Hasslein learns for himself that Zira examined and operated on humans in the future. Suspicion had already been aroused by Zira's letting slip, during public hearings, that she had dissected humans in the course of her work. More importantly, Hasslein learns how the human race will eventually meet its downfall and be dominated by simians, which will eventually lead to Earth's destruction.

After Cornelius accidentally kills an orderly (who had teased Zira) while imprisoned, Hasslein uses it as an illustration of the future danger the apes present and calls for the apes' execution. The U.S. President reluctantly orders that the unborn child's birth be terminated and that both be sterilized. Running for their lives, Cornelius and Zira (assisted by Stephanie and Lewis) find shelter in a circus run by Senor Armando (Ricardo Montalban). There Zira gives birth to a son, whom she names Milo (later known as Caesar).

Hasslein, knowing Zira will imminently give birth, orders a search of all circuses and zoos. As a result, Armando must send the apes away. The drama climaxes aboard a derelict ship in an abandoned ship yard. Hasslein tracks the apes down, and finds Zira resting with her infant. The fearful but ruthless Hasslein shoots Zira in cold blood after she refuses to hand over her infant and then proceeds to fire several shots into the infant; he is immediately shot to death by Cornelius, who holds a pistol, and falls overboard. After Cornelius kills Hasslein, he is shot by an unseen Marine Corps sniper (this unseen person is left mysterious to the viewer) and, as Stephanie and Lewis watch in horror, falls to the deck of the ship. Zira tosses her dead baby over the side of the ship before crawling to lie with her husband and dying by his side.

The survivors, however, are unaware of the real fate of the infant ape; Cornelius, Zira, and Armando having switched babies before their final escape. Armando now watches over the infant Milo, who will grow up to become Caesar, the protagonist in the third and fourth sequels, Conquest of the Planet of the Apes and Battle for the Planet of the Apes. The film ends by showing the baby ape Milo sitting in a cage, plaintively speaking the words "Mama? Mama?" with the voice of a human child. This ending was purposely written so that the writers would have something with which to work, in case Fox Corporation wanted another sequel, although it was clearly stated in the DVD's bonus materials that this film was to be the end of the series and that Cornelius' speech should have made it full circle.

Star Wars R2-D2 Interactive Astromech Droid


Star Wars R2-D2 Interactive Astromech Droid Description:

Possess your very own rolling, beeping, game-playing droid!
In distinctive Star Wars 30th Anniversary packaging.

There's never been a more technologically advanced toy than this! Standing nearly 15-inches tall, R2-D2 is your plastic pal that's fun to be with and a handy aid to navigating your way around the universe. This easy-to-control, hyper-functional droid walks, talks, and responds to your command. Resourceful and adventurous, R2 is ready, willing, and able to serve. He: navigates, patrols, and finds you on his own; guards and protects your room with his sentry room alarm; plays multiple interactive games; remembers and reacts to key Star Wars characters; and more. There's never been a more technologically advanced toy than this one. He's incredible! Some assembly required. For indoor use only. Requires 4x "AA" and 4x "D" alkaline batteries, not included. Ages 8 and up.

Tap R2-D2 too hard on the head and he'll make an annoyed whistle and back away. Asked if he remembers Darth Vader, he'll cower in fear. This is one of the most decked-out toys ever with a soda holder, removable sensor scope, illuminating light beam, utility arm, sound-processing microphones, sonar navigational system, adaptable droid mood-status indicator, and sleek rotating dome. He responds to over 40 commands and includes a bonus poster with instructions. You gotta get one of these!

Star Wars Exclusive Ecliptic Evader TIE Fighter With Hobbie

Lock Your Tractor Beam On This One! $53.99

Star Wars Exclusive Ecliptic Evader TIE Fighter with Hobbie Description:

A Diamond/Previews Exclusive!
Based on the Star Wars: Empire comic book series.

Exclusive figure included! Hot from the pages of the Star Wars: Empire comic book series, this fantastic vehicle features massive blast-off panels, awesome Rebel wing decoration, and a 3 3/4-inch Hobbie Klivian in Imperial Pilot Outfit action figure you won't find anywhere else. Add this impressive ship to your growing fleet!
These Ecliptic Evader TIE Fighters were used by Biggs Darklighter and his mutineers to escape the Rand Ecliptic. Low on fuel, the group returned to the Ecliptic only to find it had been taken over by a Rebel cell led by Hobbie Klivian. The TIEs were then refitted with hyperdrives, astromech sockets, and ejection seats for a mission to steal X-wings from Incom. Finally, in a bold statement of defiance, these formerly Imperial fighters were emblazoned with the Rebel Alliance symbol. Biggs' pilots then ejected from the TIE Fighters-- with the astromech droids piloting the ships on their own-- a tactic that drew off Imperial TIE fighters on patrol around the system, allowing Darklighter and his team the proper distraction to gain entry to the Incom facility.

Thursday, November 20, 2008

Outlander - A Brand New Bad Ass Clip

Written By: Ken Hulsey
Sources: Undead Backbrain / Avery Guerra

Avery Guerra was cool enough to alert me about a brand new clip from the upcoming, Vikings vs A Space Monster, movie "Outlander" that has been posted over at Undead Backbrain.

Apparently the clip was up on the movies official website, but I just checked it and the clip was no longer up, so this may be the only way to see it. I strongly urge fans to check this one out. "Outlander" looks like it is going to be the "real-deal". If this clip doesn't get you excited about the film, nothing will."

You get to see plenty of the monster — known as the Moorwen — as two of the main characters, Kainan and Wulfric, venture beyond the Village walls and confront it.

You have to check this out - HERE

Don't know anything about, "Outlander"? Okay, here is the scoop:

Outlander has taken a long time to reach the screen. The original script for the film was written by director Howard McCain back in 1992 when he was a student at New York University. Many studios expressed interest in the project and then backed away before The Weinstein Company gave the film a green light in 2004. The film again went through some more delays, but finished shooting in January of 2007. Again there was another lapse in time before the film made its debut at the Berlin Film Festival.

The plot for the film is very intriguing. James Caviezl stars as the alien Kainan, who crash lands on Earth in Viking era Norway. His cargo, the giant monster known as the Moorwen, escapes the crash and begins to exterminate the Vikings. The situation forces Kainen to form an alliance with the famed warriors in attempt to defeat the creature. Can Iron Age weapons combined with alien tech be enough to stop the monster's rampage?

The film boasts an all-star cast that includes Sophia Miles, John Hurt, and Ron Perlman. Outlander also has a good list of people behind the camera as well, headed by producer Barrie Osborne who also worked on the Lord of the Rings trilogy and The Matrix trilogy.

See Also: The Movie Poster For Outlander Revealed / Outlander - What Could Be Cooler Than Vikings And An Alien Fighting A Giant Monster?

Robert Pattinson Has Possessed All The Teen Girls And Now He Wants To Be The Doctor


Written By: Ken Hulsey
Sources: io9.com / Avery Guerra

God, I'm really starting to feel old. I admit that I am way out of the loop on what's cool anymore. I'm totally oblivious to the whole "Hanna Montana/High School Musical" craze. I admit it. I'm lost when it comes to these things.

As I understand it, all the teen girls are mailing their panties to some guy named Robert Pattinson these days. I honestly didn't know a single thing about this guy, until about two weeks ago. I walked by the Hot Topic in the mall and this guys face was plastered all over the store. I remember thinking, "Who the f**k is that guy?"

Now, since then I have come to discover that Pattinson is the star of the upcoming teen romance/vampire film, "Twilight." Oh, and he was in a couple of "Harry Potter" movies. Besides that, all the teen girls in the world want to have his baby. Good for him.

Now that was fine, but now he has ventured into territory that makes him...well.....possibly ....let me choose my words here......oh, hell...I'll let you decide.

It seems that the teen heart-throb has set his sights on being the next Doctor. No, not a gynecologist, Doctor Who!

According to the Chicago Tribune, Pattinson is a fan of the show, and he feels that his name should be thrown into the hat as the replacement for David Tennant after his stint as the Timelord comes to an end next year.

Pattinson had this to say on the subject, "That would be quite cool. I didn’t know he was leaving. The Doctor is great…yeah, maybe. I did grow up watching it. I loved it when I was a kid. In fact, I met one of them the other day, Sylvester McCoy [the seventh Doctor]. He’s one of the few people I’ve asked for an autograph."

If the BBC did indeed select the teen idol, then they would have every teen girl on the planet tuning in to watch their program. That would be good for the ratings and it would probably lead to huge profits from the sale of related merchandise.

But what would the regular fans think?

Okay, don't throw that, "But Billie Piper was the British Britney Spears before she was Rose Tyler" stuff up in my face.

I'm not saying that Pattinson would be a bad choice, I just don't want to see Doctor Who towels with his mug on it for sale at my local Target.

See Also: Freema Agyeman Talks About Doctor Who, Torchwood And Her Latest Series Survivors / 400 Fans Go Behind The Scenes Of Doctor Who And Torchwood / Beautiful New Artwork For A Proposed Doctor Who Comic Series / David Tennant Not Ruling Out Any Future Who Appearances / David Tennant Officially Announces That He Is Leaving Doctor Who / Actor Profile - David Tennant / A Special Preview Of The Doctor Who Christmas Special For Children In Need / Prince Charles Snubbed The Doctor / Fans Are Given A Rare Chance To Visit The Sets Of Doctor Who, Torchwood, And Sarah Jane / Russell T Davies Chimes In On Who Should Be Doctor Who / Billie Piper Still Undecided About Return To Doctor Who /Torchwood: Children Of Earth Begins Filming / Doctor Who - Turn Left / The Odds Of James Nesbitt Being The Next Doctor...Don't Put Your Money On It! /Is Robert Carlyle Going To Be The Next Doctor? / Doctor Who Star Billie Piper Worried About Nude Scenes / Doctor Who - The Unicorn And The Wasp / Doctor Who - The Doctor's Daughter? /The BBC Announces Some Changes For Doctor Who's 5th Season / Doctor Who - Planet Of The Ood

Alien Grey: Zone-X Wrapping Up Filming

Written By: Ken Hulsey
Source: Thomas R. Dickens

Yesterday I got an e-mail from Thomas Dickens stating that he was about to wrap up shooting his latest film, "Alien Grey: Zone-X". According to Thomas he has been very busy putting together the final shots for the film, "I only have 1 more shot to do in the giant Cyborg Spider Sequence, and I have two new shots done of the end giant monster sequence."

Thomas promises to get me some pics from those scenes very soon. As of yet no one has seen the finished effects shots for those scenes so, he may be sending me an exclusive.

In the e-mail he also mentioned that the film should be on IMDB.com very soon and within the next few weeks he should know whether the film will be picked up by Sundance.

Fans will be able to listen to an interview that Thomas did with Celebrity Spotlight Radio very soon. He is planning to provide a link to that on the http://www.agz-x.com/ site as soon as it becomes available.

He also had some nice things to say about Monster Island News, "I wanted you to know how grateful and excited I am about the opportunity, and I really appreciate all that your website has done for my film, "Alien Grey: Zone-X" and my companies: Alien Grey Zone-X 1B, LLC (Film Production Company), and Mesozoic, Inc. (Special Visual Effects/Production Company)."

It is always nice to know that the work you do is appreciated. It is a pleasure to be in contact with some of the nicer people in the movie business, and Thomas Dickens is certainly on the top of that list. A class act all the way.

Look for more stuff on "Alien Grey: Zone-X" shortly.....

Star Trek Retro Series 1 Kirk & Klingon Action Figure Set

Beam Them Up! $34.99

Star Trek Retro Series 1 Kirk & Klingon Action Figure Set Description:

Kirk versus Klingon! Featuring the return of the retro 1970s-style cloth figures, this delectable release includes Captain Kirk and a Klingon from the classic Star Trek series. The set of 2 pieces contains: 1x James T. Kirk and 1x Klingon. (Subject to change.) Utilizing the original molds, these splendid figures stand a full 9-inches tall, feature authentic fabric uniforms and accessories, and come housed in appealing retro-design packaging. Too cool to pass up! This item has been repackaged into a set. Please refer to item DC17665 for this particular item.

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Fredrik Bond Remaking The Host For Universal

Written By: Ken Hulsey
Sources: Dread Central / Avery Guerra

Fredrik Bond has been hired by Universal to direct an American version of the Korean monster film, "The Host." Also joining the production, is the man behind the US version of the Japanese horror film, "The Ring", Gore Verbinski, who will serve as producer and screenwriter Mark Poirier. The film will serve as Bond's directorial debut.

The original film that was directed by Bong Joon-Ho was a huge hit in Korea, and has gained a following in the UK and US due to a limited theatrical release and brisk DVD sales.

Honestly, "The Host" is one of the better giant monster films to be produced in the past thirty or so years. Fans can only hope that Bond approaches the project with the maturity and sensibilities that Joon-Ho exhibited when making the original.

Hopefully it won't be Godzilla (98) all over again.......

Plot (Korean Version):

Gang-du (SONG Kang-ho) works at a food-stand on the banks of the Han River. Dozing on the job, he is awakened by his daughter, Hyun-seo ( KO A-sung), who is angry with him for missing a teacher-parent meeting at school. As Gang-du walks out to the riverbank with a delivery, he notices that a large crowd of people has gathered, taking pictures and talking about something hanging from the Han River Bridge. The otherwise idyllic landscape turns suddenly to bedlam when a terrifying creature climbs up onto the riverbank and begins to crush and eat people. Gang-du and his daughter run for their lives but suddenly the thing grabs Hyun-seo and disappears back into the river. The government announces that the thing apparently is the Host of an unidentified virus. Having feared the worst, Gang-du receives a phone call from his daughter who is frightened, but very much alive. Gang-du makes plans to infiltrate the forbidden zone near the Han River to rescue his daughter from the clutches of the horrifying Host…

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