Produced by Film i Öst, Paar Productions and Hammarström Agency comes Fear of the Woods, a mix of Jaws, The Edge and the 1980s anime Silver Fang. No CGI here, the new horror film features 100% practical effects.
Alaska 1993, A snowstorm has trapped the small mountain town. Now it’s up to a group of rebellious teenagers to save their town, which doesn’t believe in monsters.
Check out the brisk new trailer for Fear of the Woods below:
Continue reading Fear of the Woods Trailer: New Horror Film Features A Big Ass Animatronic Bear
A new report claims that the streaming giant worked on and finished an Alien Vs Predator anime that is now just sitting there, collecting dust.
Continue reading Rumor Time: Netflix Sitting On Alien Vs. Predator Anime Series
Japanese director Satoshi Kon’s beloved Tokyo Godfathers will hit theaters once again, and the upcoming anime film’s new trailer showcases a gorgeous restoration.
Continue reading Tokyo Godfathers Restoration Trailer: Satoshi Kon’s Acclaimed Anime Classic Returns
GKids has unveiled an official US trailer for the Japanese anime film Children of the Sea, a tale set by (and in) the ocean which revolves around the mysteries of life while depicting the connections between humanity and nature.
Continue reading Children Of The Sea Trailer: New Anime Film Swims Into U.S. Theaters This Spring!
Toho Co. has unveiled an official trailer for the Japanese animation film titled Weathering With You, the highly anticipated next film from the writer/director of Your Name, Makoto Shinkai. The new film follows a young man who moves to Tokyo and befriends a girl who can manipulate the weather.
Continue reading Weathering With You: First Trailer and Poster For Your Name Director’s Next Anime Spectacle
Netflix has released the first full trailer for their new original anime series, Ultraman. Netflix announced the series last fall and dropped a teaser trailer but this new full trailer is making the series look even better.
Continue reading Ultraman Trailer: Netflix Bring the Legendary Character Back This April!
When it comes to which female action star is prospering at the moment, we have to lend a round of applause to Scarlett Johansson. She’s been on fire lately thanks to her role as the acrobatic femme fatale Black Widow in several of Marvel Studios’ blockbuster films, and her surprise hit Lucy didn’t her either. However, it’s her latest reveal that we have high hopes for. Scarlett Johansson is set to star in the Ghost in the Shell big screen adaptation, which is big news for fans of the sci-fi themed anime.
English film director Rupert Sanders (Snow White and the Huntsman) has been tapped to handle the development of this film adaptation of Masamune Shirow’s beloved manga. Back in October of 2014, it was reported that Johansson was initially offered $10 million to take the role due to the exit of Margot Robbie (she reportedly ditched this to go film Suicide Squad instead). Once 2015 rolled around, it was revealed that Johansson finally decided to lend her action movie prowess to Ghost in the Shell.
This manga to film adaptation has been in the works for some time now. Once Sanders threw his directing credits behind the project last year, the film’s production finally began heading in the right direction. Two more Hollywood mainstays (Steven Paul and Avi Arad) are set to produce the movie, and Paramount Studios is said to be looking to throw their financial support behind the film.
So for all the uninformed Ghost in the Shell newcomers out there, here’s the basic rundown – the world of this manga is set primarily in the future. The use of technology allows the human race to swap out their body parts for cybernetic gear. Some humans have even gone so far as to replace their entire body with cybernetic parts, retaining their original being through the use of a “cyberbrain.” These brains are prone to hacking, which occurs when a criminal named the Puppet Master starts implanting false memories into people’s minds.
Johansson will take on the lead female heroine’s role and fight as a member of the Japanese National Public Safety Commission. She’ll have to use all of her covert-ops skills to hunt down and take down the dreaded Puppet Master. We’re hoping this Ghost in the Shell movie turns out be just as incredible as the original anime.
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The BBC Website released what all of us Doctor Who fans had been waiting for. The new trailer for Series 7!
Continue reading Doctor Who: Series 7 – New Trailer Hit, It’s Awesome!
Welcome back to the second part of our look at the best Cosplay from Comic-Con International. You can check out the first here. I waited a bit before posting this as Cosplay pics have the tendency to trickle out the week after Comic-Con International and I wanted this to be a large collection. Now I regret that idea because we have such a large freaking collection! So why am I wasting time still yammering here? Let’s take a look at some of the best Cosplay from the CCI!
Continue reading CCI 2012: Cosplay! Part 2 – Over 70 Photos!
So when we last checked in with Seth and Brandi we weren’t sure if we were just watching the Season 3 Finale, or the actual end of the series. Lucky for us, the ill-fated couple wasn’t done torturing each other, and now they’re back with a 4th season.
Here are the first 2 episodes…
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