Posts Tagged ‘Alien’
Science-fiction films have allowed us to gaze into the future, and behind every memorable sci-fi film is an even more memorable score.
Landmark Theatres continues its October Midnight Madness schedule October 17 & 18 with “Alien,” the 1979 Ridley Scott Sci-Fi blockbuster and scream fest. Sigourney Weaver stars as Ellen Ripley, warrant officer for the space ship Nostromo. The ship is on its way back to Earth when it receives a distress call from a nearby […]
"Mac and Me" is everything "E.T." is not and yet an absolute ripoff all at the same time. A wonderment of late '80s cheese you simply must behold to believe.
Even the best science fiction can come off as silly. This is not the best science fiction.
Nick, Joe, Austin and Chris gang up for a free-wheeling and spoiler-riffic discussion of Ridley Scott's bold new "Aliens" prequel, "Prometheus."
More a story of uncertain teenagers than unstoppable superheroes, "Chronicle" is an unforgettable character study couched in comic-book wit, color and momentum.
An exercise in Italian cheapsploitation, "Alien from the Deep" is a fun cheesefest that is all bad.
Plenty of bombs burst in air during the TV star-spangled bummer that is "Skyline," an uninspired, unoriginal alien-invasion tale.
In this week's show, Joe and Chris yap about classic vs. modern movie monsters. Who deserves a slot on the new Dream Team?
"The Fourth Kind" — the low point of cinematic viral marketing — continues Nick Rogers' weekly, alphabetical look back at the 52 worst films of 2000-2009.