‘Alien: Covenant’ Review: It’s Fassbender Vs Fassbender In Ridley Scott’s Creepy ‘Prometheus’ Follow-Up

It is not always easy to make waves with a new horror film since the genre is so over-saturated, and it feels like we have seen every variation. But in 1979, Ridley Scott managed it with the release of Alien, his brooding and terrifying sci-fi horror flick that even 38 years later can still send chills down the spine of just about anyone. Continue reading

How Kong: Skull Island Differs From the Other King Kong Movies

Kualoa Ranch on the Hawaiian island of Oahu is littered with the bones of movie monsters. Hidden by brush in a grove of tall grass is the lair of the Indominus Rex from Jurassic World. Beyond that, as you drive up a muddy road past the entrance gate, lies the hilltop where a herd of Gallimimus flocked toward Sam Neill in Jurassic Park. And just over a hill, the ground droops down to reveal an actual graveyard, filled with the skulls of triceratops and giant gorillas.

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විජය වෙනුවෙන් රසාංජන වේදිකාවට…

රසාංජන නන්දසිරි හාපුරා කියා ප්‍රසිද්ධ වේදිකාවේ ප්‍රධාන චරිතයන්ට පණ පොවන්නට සැරසෙන යෞවන වියේ කලාකරුවෙක්. ප්‍රධාන චරිත නිරූපණයෙන් රසාංජන නවකයෙක් වුණත් ඔහු කලාවට නම් නවකයෙක් නොවෙයි. කලා පවුලක හැදී වැඩුණු ලංකාවේ ප්‍රසිද්ධියට පත් මාපිය යුවළකගේ පුතෙක් වන රසාංජන මීට පෙර සෙසු චරිත තුළින් රංගනයෙනුත් වේදිකා පරිපාලනය තුළිනුත් බොහෝ අත්දැකීම් සම්භාරයක් ලැබූවෙක්. Continue reading

Wait – is everyone in ‘Star Wars: Rogue One’ going to die?

Okay, simmer down. That wasn’t the single most spoilerific headline in movie history, we have absolutely no proof. Just a nagging sense of worry following comments made by ‘Star Wars’ producer Kathleen Kennedy in the new edition of Empire. Kennedy flat-out denied that there could be any follow-up to the standalone movie, which follows the adventures of a band of Rebel spies sent in to steal the plans to the Empire’s new battle station, the Death Star.

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