I stumbled upon this amazingly awkward intro for 1970s sci-fi show Future Cop, after discovering the main guy - an actor named Michael Shannon - had played 'President's Aide' in Superman II and was trying to turn that into a feature. But this is much better. By which I mean much worse.
You've all seen a motion poster before, right? Newfangled marketing thing that isn't quite a poster, isn't quite a trailer, yet shimmies and you look at it for a bit? I know, they perplex me too. Nethertheless it got me thinking: what if older movies were given the motion poster treatment? So many questions - well, one question really - and here's the answer: our exclusive gallery of motion posters for films that don't already have them.
Hooray! Have you heard? There's going to be a movie made of smash-hit internet meme sensation Grumpy Cat! To celebrate, we've assembled a gallery of some of the most grumpy people and actors and things who could possibly appear in the film maybe for some reason.
A new feature where we dissect the highs and lows of the global box office, in a week where Iron Man 3 overtook Transformers: Dark Of The Moon as the fifth highest-grossing movie worldwide of all time.
When Matt reviewed Star Trek Into Darkness he echoed what many others have said: lots of fun but bobbins plot and too much reliance on nostalgia. So with my expectations suitably lowered I embarked upon a little trek of my own to the cinema, and - unfortunately - it turned out to be much more of a Slow Slog Into Dumbness than I had feared. Here's my best attempt at explaining why. (Mahoosive spoilers and frothy entitlism ahead - you have been warned!)
Geddit? 'Riddick you lose', ridicul- ah what's the point. Here are a dozen and a bit sarcastic comments below some stills from the first trailer for the new Riddick film, Riddick, which stars Vin Diesel as Richard B. Riddick. I literally just found out that's his full name.
Today Paramount revealed something called a 'cinemosaic' for the upcoming Star Trek Into Darkness. To be honest I'd never heard of one of them before, but when I found out it was basically a bunch of animated gifs sitting on the internet and none of them featured cats, well... something had to be done.