The highest-grossing video game movie franchise of all time has come to its final chapter. The Umbrella Corporation is gathering its undead forces for a final strike against the survivors of the apocalypse and Alice must prevent complete human extinction before it’s too late. Resident Evil: The Final Chapter comes to Digitial May 2nd, with […]
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With each new trailer – domestic and/or international – we get a bit more new footage. And with each new trailer, Resident Evil: The Final Chapter looks like more fun. Plus, the return of the zombie dogs? Take a look…
Without the title card that reads Resident Evil: The Final Chapter, the opening moments of the first teaser trailer for the film could be an ad for a high-performance motorcycle – until a hand slams down on a control panel of a familiar design and it reads, ‘Engine Engaged.’ Then things get crazy. How crazy? When […]
Pompeii wants to be Spartacus, The Towering Inferno and a romantic drama. One out of three is not good.
Paul W.S. Anderson has done the zombie apocalypse (Resident Evil); he’s done evil aliens (Alien Vs. Predator) and he’s done historical fantasy (The Three Musketeers). Now he’s doing historical disaster with the epic, Pompeii – starring Game of thrones’ Kit Harington – the trailer for which is volcanic to say the least. Check it out […]
Game of Thrones’ Kit Harrington stars as a slave who must try to save the woman he loves in Paul W.S. Anderson’s Pompeii. Check out the movie’s first trailer after the jump. Pompeii will open on February 21, 2014.
Paul W.S. Anderson’s unique take on The Three Musketeers is now available on Blu-ray.
Paul W.S. Anderson makes semi-big budget B-movies that repel critics as much as they attract a hardcore group of fans. In his most ambitious film yet, Anderson gives us the best bits from Alexandre Dumas’ The three Musketeers – and airships! In 3D! And, yes, it’s great fun!
The original, Roger Corman production of Death Race 2000 was a high energy, in your face film that [sadly] predicted the reality TV thing. In its highly campy way, though, DR2K mixed in social commentary through the race’s rules [Hit a pedestrian? Add points. The pedestrian is an old lady? Bonus Points!]. The remake is […]