The human race has learned to accept many things that are hard to swallow at first — the earth is indeed round, we revolve around the sun and, now, it is time to accept that bigfoot is an undeniable reality. First, the basics. You may be wondering just what this bigfoot creature is other than a giant fuzzy masterpiece. Well, what science can tell us is that the males are roughly 9 feet tall, with females standing closer to a dainty 7. They weigh around 800 pounds and have feet twice the size of an average man, or the same size as your average circus clown. The creature also appears to have a lot in common with the typical hipster — found mainly along the West Coast, they are nocturnal and eat mainly plants and berries, according to National Geographic. While these creatures were once the purview of myths and haphazard speculation, science has now taken a definitive stance on the issue. While some opponents of the creature claim that with modern technology it’s unlikely there are any undiscovered animals remaining, evidence begs to differ.
In the year 1980, a secret military organization named SHADO (Supreme Headquarters Alien Defence Organisation) becomes operational. Its purpose is to defend the Earth from Aliens who've been coming to Earth and kidnapping humans. It is believed that these Aliens are a dying race, and are transplanting human body parts to extend their own lifespans.
SHADO's main headquarters is hidden beneath a film studio near London England. SHADO also has a base on the moon (Moonbase) and a fleet of submarines (Skydiver). Incoming UFO's are initially detected by an Earth orbiting satellite named SID (Space Intruder Detector). An initial interception attempt is made in space with three Interceptor craft launched from Moonbase. A second attempt is made in the Earth's atmosphere with a fighter plane (Sky One) launched from Skydiver. Landed UFO's are tracked down with ground Mobiles.
SHADO is run by the extremely dedicated Commander Ed Straker, and is overseen by General James Hende…
The 2016 remake of the same name, The Brain That Wouldn't Die is a satirical take on the story, utilizing both the intentional and unintentional comedic elements of the original, while bolstering the characters and plot. Directed by Derek Carl and written by Hank Huffman, the team behind the short film Bad Seed (2015) and the upcoming web series Y2K 2000 (2016), the remake proudly wears its influences on its sleeve, from the colorful gore-fest Re-Animator to the exceedingly funny The Man with Two Brains.
The film will be shot in Portland, Oregon, with a local cast and crew.
Combining elements of Gothic horror, film noir and science fiction, The Brain That Wouldn't Die is a charming, if not delightfully flawed, entry from director Joseph Green and producer Rex Carlton. Filmed in 1959 and released in '62, “Brain” follows the misadventures of Dr. Bill Cortner (Jason Evers), a brilliant surgeon who revives the head of his recently decapitated fiancee, Jan Compton (Virginia …
If you really want to piss off a Filapino comic book fan compare that countries uber-famous superhero, Darna, with Wonder Woman. Trust me I did that in one of my articles and I caught an ear full from a die-hard fan.
In my defense, however, the only photos I saw of Darna were from a movie version produced by Viva Films. As I was informed by the for mentioned fan that was a cheaply made film that did indeed copy Wonder Woman but all other incarnations of the character differ from her in numerous ways.
Darna's appearence may somewhat resemble that of Wonder Woman but her powers were actually modeled after Superman.
Darna has always been able to fly, an ability that Wonder Woman originally did not possess.
Even though Darna wears large metal bracelts, she doesn't need them to stop bullets and the like. Her skin is unpenetratable barrier just like Superman. Projectiles bounce right off of her.
As we all know, Wonder Woman is an Amazon princess. Her powers c…