On episode 126 of No-Budget Nightmares, Moe and Doug return to the greatest Argentinian zombie trilogy ever – Plaga Zombie – for 2011's Plaga Zombie: Zona Mutante: Revolucion Toxica!
No-Budget Nightmares finds religion with the apocalyptic green screen sci-fi madness of Fabian Rush’s PANTHEON BLACK!
So many choices yet so little ‘shelf’ space to dedicate to those new Blu-rays. Here are our Top 6 Can’t Miss Blu-Ray Choices to add to your shelf in the month of April.
New Jersey high school students put on a stage production of Ridley Scott’s Alien, and it looks awesome.
Love watching older films on the big screen? We've got your comprehensive guide to all the repertory screenings happening in Toronto this month!
But what are the biggest movie franchises out there? Let’s look at some of the best-known film franchises.
Ridley Scott listened to fans when they complained about Prometheus, but does that make Alien: Covenant any better?
On this week's episode, Justin and Mathew discuss the Euro Sleaze shocker CONTAMINATION!
Doug Tilley reviews Charles Band's 3D post-apocalyptic horror film Parasite (1982) as part of his Empire International Pictures retrospective.
Is there a place for a throwback blockbuster like Independence Day: Resurgence in today's increasingly global movie market? Maybe!
Metroid: The Sky Calls is the twelve-minute live-action fan film that you wish Nintendo would make.
Enter for a chance to win a pair of tickets to any screening at the Cineplex Great Digital Film Festival, happening this year from January 30th to February 5th!
The Dork Shelf staff weighs in on the games that failed to live up to expectations.
If nothing else, the adaptation of Alien 3 finds the humanity at the heart of the franchise.
What follows is the third part of my in depth journey through the Alien universe, beginning with Aliens, then back to Alien, and ending off with Alien 3 and Alien: Resurrection. I do this in the hopes that maybe I can explain even just a little bit of the mysterious dark, fury that has left me thinking about LV-426 for the nearly two decades.