Mad scientists have existed since the beginning of cinema, and The Lazarus Effect has zero problem borrowing from earlier films. It also snatches crumbs from The Exorcist and Paranormal Activity, among others. But! It's got an unusually good cast, fast pacing, and some decent frights.
One of the coolest special effects in X-Men: Days of Future Past was the Quicksilver "frozen time" effect where the character is moving so quickly that everything around him seems to move in super slow-motion. In this video, director Bryan Singer explains how they achieved the effect.
Good news for X-Men fans who really want Bryan Singer's new X-Men movie to adhere to the comics: Quicksilver will appear on film with his trademark silver locks. We spoke with the new Quicksilver, Evan Peters, about life as a 1970s mutant. He told us about filming in Singer's crazy new 3600 frame-per-second cameras.
We've seen American Horror Story's Evan Peters play a school shooter, greaser, a hippie — and in our exclusive interview with the actor he revealed his next role, a frat brother! Will the tumblr fans still love him when he's chugging beers with the witches of New Orleans? Most likely. Check out what Peters had to say…