Based on the book of the same name by Dan Simmons, AMC’s latest series explores the fate of the men that were part of the ill fated Arctic expedition aboard the HMS Terror and the HMS Erebus in the 1840s.
It’s an absolute battle royale for the last big weekend of 2017 as 8 movies are either expanding or opened new for Christmas.
Expanding the world and upping the stakes, Blade Runner 2049 is a visually stunning sci-fi epic that may be the Terminator 2 to the original Blade Runner’s The Terminator.
Alien: Covenant offers up a solid entry in the Alien franchise but doesn’t really follow through on any of the mythology or questions raised in Prometheus, especially in regard to the Engineers.
The Alien franchise is back this weekend with the follow up to Prometheus and the prequel to Alien, Alien: Covenant, along with two other new releases.
A new Blade Runner agent, K (Ryan Gosling), seeks out Deckard (Harrison Ford) when he uncovers a secret that could rock society in the upcoming sequel to Blade Runner, Blade Runner 2049.
The crew of the Covenant are on the first long term colonization mission in human history but the planet they arrive on is full of old and new versions of the deadly Xenomorphs in the upcoming Alien: Covenant.
The first trailer for Alien: Covenant is here and, while it picks up from Prometheus, it looks much closer to the original Alien and Aliens, especially since the classic Xenomorphs are back.
Our first look at the new Blade Runner is here as Ryan Gosling’s new Blade Runner K sets out to find Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford) 30 years after the events of the original film.
Jean Claude Van Damme stars as a slightly more comedic version of himself named Jean Claude Van Johnson, a retired action superstar who is also a retired assassin/black op operative nicknamed Johnson, in a new Amazon show debuting tomorrow (8/19) on the Instant Video service.