Michael Bay’s latest sci-fi thriller about clones has just hit the screens. Tom Carrington took a visit and lets us know if it was worth the trip.
This classy new horror/thriller, from the director of K-Pax, takes a new path over old ground, that builds up to an unexpected climax. Mark Cappuccio ventured into the dark to bring this review.
Star Trek: Insurrection, the ninth of the Star Trek cinema releases, gets the Special Edition DVD treatment, and is available from 1 August 2005. Definitely one for Trekkies.
Sci-Fi-London learnt a thing or two about The Thing when we met Michael Chiklis at The Dorchester, before the premiere of Fantastic Four.
Sci-Fi-London was lucky enough to see the Invisible Woman before she disappeared for the London premiere of Fantastic Four.
Sci-Fi-London got a chance to catch up with Mr Fantastic at The Dorchester prior to the premiere of Fantastic Four.
HK superstar Stephen Chow follows up the international success of Shaolin Soccer with a hugely affectionate tribute to the entire kung-fu comedy genre. Hugh K.David ducks the flying debris and reports in.
Not pure SF, but of interest to readers of this site I’m sure, DC-Time-Warner have rebooted the last successful cinematic franchise they had to compete with Marvel Films’ dominance of the last four summers. Is this a suitable Bats for the 21st century multiplex? Hugh K. David reports.
Neil ‘Dog Soldiers’ Marshall is back, and this time he pits six women against unknow forces in the wild. Hugh K.David reports back from the Frightfest-hosted London Premiere. It’s not Dog Soldiers 2, honest guv!
Garth Franklin of Dark Horizons.com gives us his opinion on this eagerly awaited blockbuster movie.
Has the Spielburg/Cruise collaboration come up with a summer smash or a treacle covered effect-fest?