Tag: Sci-fi

THE UNEARTHIANS: Comic Book Press Release

Two best friends are abducted, but the aliens made a big mistake by bringing them into their ship. Now in an underground base somewhere on Earth our heroes, with the help of other beings, will help humanity by uncovering the dark agenda the aliens have in store for Earth. Famed comic creator Omar Mora has officially announced…


Australiens (2014) – By Baron Craze

One is unsure what to expect when viewing the cover art of this production, but leaving an open mind for wonderment of the cinema experience helps greatly, and the film opens to a fantastic tone, which easily gives way for an enjoyable movie, while having no seriousness intended. The filmmaker, Joe Bauer, who previous directed…


It Came from Outer Space (1953) – By Baron Craze

In 1953, horror and sci-fi combined to unleash a series of new terrors, for the teenager market, this became Universal Studios’ first 3D move, that achieved both financial success and a cult following in later years. It served the other studios of this new realm to explore, but for Universal it was merely a precursor…


Landing Lake Press Release

IN THE TRADITION OF THE THING LANDING LAKE BRINGS THE TERROR THIS JULY A body-horror throwback out of the UK, writer-director Cesare Pollacci Libardi di K’s Landing Lake premieres on VOD and DVD July 9 from High Octane Pictures. Shot in Super35mm, and utilizing the lavish terrain of Trentino, Northern Italy, and the UK, this pulsating cocktail of The…


Alien (1979): Bursts onto the Scene – By Baron Craze

In the 1950s sci-fi ruled the theaters, namely The Thing from Another World (1951) inspired so many others such as Forbidden Planet (1956), It! The Terror from Beyond Space (1958), just to name a few, however these all had a few things in common. When Alien burst onto the scene (pun intended), the spaceship had a…


Aliens (1986): Still Bleeding Acid – By Baron Craze

Even after 33 years and the much advancement to special effects the nasty breeding Aliens does not rest on their laurels, nor takes away from Ridley Scott’s impressive Alien (1979) film either. Rather James Cameron swore that his movie was not a remake but actual advance of the creature mythology and moving the film into a…


The Thing from Another World: Ready for the Invasion – By Baron Craze

Since its release 68-years ago of this year 2019, the film is a fan favorite with the hardcore sci-fi and a portion of horror fans remembering this movie with a fondness for what it presented then as incredible storytelling and a new venture in the b-movie market. Now an overwhelming majority will recall seeing and…


Tangent Room Press Release

TANGENT ROOM IS THE SCI-FI THRILLER THAT’LL HAVE YOUR HEAD SPINNING! WILL BE ON ITUNES, XBOX, GOOGLE PLAY & AMAZON MARCH 5, 2019!   LOS ANGELES – Epic Pictures is thrilled to present the key art and the trailer for the sci-fi thriller, TANGENT ROOM, releasing on March 5, 2019! Synopsis: Trapped in a mysterious room with no escape, four brilliant minds…


After the Lethargy Press Release

A new trailer has been released for alien sci-fi film ‘After The Lethargy’ from writer/director/producer Marc Carrete (Asmodexia, Framed). Pic tells the story of a young journalist who travels to a war shelter, where one of history’s most terrifying alien abduction occurred and discovers she is being hunted by a family of hybrid human aliens….


DOA Review: Aliens vs. Avatars (2011) – By Baron Craze

  CASE NUMBER #0021 The latest uncovering of a grave in the wasteland now known as the DOA, comes a completely shabby rip-off, though the filmmakers likely to tribute it more of a mockbuster, sorry it really is not that, rather this autopsy will discover its true essence lies in continuity issues and plot delivery…