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Review: Prometheus

Posted by Ali at 07:00 on 31 May 2012
For all the talk of Prometheus "sharing the same DNA" as Alien, Ridley Scott's prequel doesn't bear much family resemblance to its granddaddy. The economy of horror that served his 1979 effort so well is replaced by a big-budget, star-gazing sci-fi that wants you to know it has size on its side. Hugely ambitious and staggering in its grand designs, Prometheus is almost hamstrung by the fact it is an Alien movie at all – the mishmash of grotesque body-horror and chin-stroking existentialism does not always make for the most coherent movie, but it is at least an entertaining one and certainly no black mark on the franchise.

When movies and pop music collide

Posted by Ali at 11:45 on 12 May 2012
When movies and pop music collide
R.I.P. Lee Latchford-Evans and the fat one. (Goofy Prometheus set picture, courtesy of PrometheusForum.net via Reddit)

Prometheus virals cross the line into 'actually genuinely disturbing'

Posted by Ali at 15:30 on 03 May 2012

Warning: fucking horrifying audio death scene revealed by Prometheus viral. Could be considered a spoiler if you're blind. (via Bleeding Cool)

Prometheus viral: Fassbot will see to your every need (*winks*)

Posted by Ali at 14:00 on 17 Apr 2012

Another Prometheus viral. Happy birthday, David!

Tease is served: Fox finally release full Prometheus trailer

Posted by Ali at 12:00 on 23 Dec 2011
Tease is served: Fox finally release full Prometheus trailer
Following a week of pointless teaser trailers for the teaser trailer, 20th Century Fox have finally released the full trailer for Ridley Scott's Prometheus. So, you like teasing, huh? Well, two can play at that game.

Prometheus looks... uhh... (*runs*)

Posted by Ali at 12:00 on 26 Jul 2011
Prometheus looks... uhh... (*runs*)
Amazing first official still from Ridley Scott's eagerly anticipated Alien prequel, starring the hottest cast in Hollywood and written by one of the most in-demand scribes in the business. Your hopes: lift them higher!

Alien prequel not so much

Posted by Ali at 09:57 on 15 Jan 2011
Alien prequel not so much
That kickass Ridley Scott Alien prequel you've been looking forward to? Sucks to be you. The film is now called Prometheus and has dick-all to do with xenomorphs, facehuggers and your momma.

Review: The Girl Who Kicked The Hornet's Nest

Posted by Ali at 22:38 on 24 Nov 2010
The Girl Who Kicked The Hornet's Nest
Previously, in the Millennium trilogy... Lisbeth Salander aka The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo is a bit of a social spaz, but she's an uber-hacker capable of dishing out epic haxx0r pwnage, like a one-girl 4chan. Mikael Blomkvist is a suave investigative journalist who busts cases wide open and has lots of sex because he's not at all representative of the book's author. Lots of people bought their adventures because writer Stieg Larsson died before they were released, which makes them better.

Noomi Rapace cast in Sherlock 2

Posted by Ali at 18:53 on 12 Sep 2010
Noomi Rapace cast in Sherlock 2
The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo will soon be the girl who played second fiddle to Robert Downey Jr (and the girl who made Jude Law seem even more effeminate) in Guy Ritchie's Sherlock Holmes sequel.

Review: The Girl Who Played With Fire

Posted by Matt at 16:34 on 02 Sep 2010
The Girl Who Played With Fire
The Girl is everywhere at the moment. Between posters advertising the DVD release of her excellent Dragon Tattoo and what seems to be 80 % of all public-transport commuters reading about her Hornet's Nest (stop sniggering) - not to mention Fincher's forthcoming US adaptation(s?) - Stieg Larsson's so-called Millennium Trilogy is certainly enjoying unprecedented popularity at the moment. And yet with this, the second film of the series, we have already reached the first stumbling block.
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