There's no question one of the most anticipated films of this year is the Peter Jackson produced alien epic District 9 directed by Neill Blomkamp. Does it live up to the hype? Signs point to HELL YES!
Reviewed by Nomad Starring Sharlto Copley, Jason Cope, Nathalie Boltt, Sylvaine Strike Directed by Neill Blomkamp
Joseph Kosinski, director of the Tron Legacy, is all set to take us to a whole other realm of existence known as Oblivion. Don't be expecting any glowing suits or light-cycles though ... this world is darker. A whole lot darker.
Who here remembers the now defunct Aliens ride in San Francisco. Anyone? Sheesh! Come on, guys! OK, so it has been a while. Guess we should give you a little refresher!
If you haven't been following District 9, you've been missing out on what looks to be one of the sleeper hits of the summer. A new trailer for the Peter Jackson produced alien opus directed by Neill Blomkamp just hit online, and you should be one of the cool kids and take a second to check it out!
We didn't provide a ton of coverage of Monsters Vs. Aliens when it was released theatrically, but considering 3D technology is such a hot topic nowadays, we thought this latest bit of news about the film's DVD format was topical and timely: Despite the fact that 3D showings accounted for 58% of the CG-animated film’s opening weekend box office take, home viewers won't have the same choice as it's only being released in 2D on DVD and Blu-ray.
Excited for the Peter Jackson produced alien invasion film District 9 from director Neill Blomkamp? You should be! The film looks nothing short of badass. The film will be in theatres on August 14th, but right now it's time for you to pick a side and blast some enemies!
Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring Steve Railsback, Alexis Zibolis, Paige La Pierre, Bobby James, Noelle Paris Written and Directed by Brad Sykes
Looks like ABC's revamped "V" may not be the only new alien invasion series of the new fall season. Steven Spielberg is producing one for TNT, and he may be eyeballing a former "E.R." doc as the leader of mankind's resistance.
The new accidental alien invasion flick District 9 got itself a bright, shiny new online home today that's riddled with all sorts of pro-alien propaganda that's bound to aggravate your suppressed memories of those damned anal probes!
Forget bus benches and billboards. The buzz behind District 9 just got a helluva lot louder with the announcement that Peter Jackson, one of the producers, will be making his first ever San Diego Comic-Con appearance in support of the film, which Sony is releasing August 14th.
It looks like Sony, distributor of the new alien invasion flick District 9, took a page out of HBO's "True Blood" marketing book and came up with a truly clever ad campaign for the film. Along with placing posters inside comic books stores, they're decorating bus benches and shelters as well as billboards.
While I won’t hold it against Irish director Ruairi Robinson for undertaking the Akira remake, his attachment to The Farm, a new development at Spitfire Pictures, sounds like something worth taking note of.