Night of the Living Dead (1968) from Image Ten Productions Who: Written by John Russo (Midnight) and George Romero, who also directed, with lumbering zombie makeup by Tony Pantanella (The Crazies) and Regis Survinski (The Crazies, Hungry Wives), and the most underappreciated protagonist of all time played by Duane Jones. What: Barbra and her brother…
WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD! We’ve all contemplated it at one point or another, tossed the idea back and forth in our minds. You know the one, the concept that this beautiful world in which we’re living is, in actuality, an elaborate fabrication. It’s that eerie suspicion that something this complex, this intricate, couldn’t possibly be real….
We’re getting close to the biggest awards event of the season and here’s the thing. Looking back over the past 25 years, sci-fi traditionally just doesn’t get the recognition it should. While the genre certainly sweeps it up in the Visual Effects categories, it almost never gets nominated for Best Picture. Except for the past few…
The following piece was written by Samantha Stainsburry and sent in to us for consideration. Here at Sci-Fi Bloggers, we like showcasing a variety of different opinions. Normally they are those of our intelligent team of contributors, which continues to grow, even to this day. However, there are times when we are sent something written by a fan…
The Wolverine, directed by James Mangold, was, to me, a surprisingly good movie, especially since I stayed after the credits and got a taste of what was to come in the X-Men universe. My hopes have only grown since the release of the new trailer for X-Men: Days of Future Past, which will have director…
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