Time travel and temporal anomalies can be messy and unpleasant. When time starts getting out of whack, anything can happen. People can be born over and over, meet themselves, relive the same day, or just screw up all their relationships. Here are all the ways people get tangled in their own timelines in science…
Today sees the release of White House Down, which is the most Emmerichian film ever produced. But meanwhile, you could also enjoy Europa Report on VOD or Byzantium in select theaters. Tons of low-budget science fiction and fantasy movies are more exciting than your average big summer blockbuster. Here are 25 of them.
Some day, people from the distant future will travel back to our era and inform us that science has conclusively identified the best movies about time travel. Until then, though, we're forced to make our own judgements. Luckily, there are a few time-travel movies that have rocked our space/time continuums more than…
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You know how sometimes a movie seems like just an ordinary slasher flick, and then it gets weirder and weirder, and finally you get to a scene where a mortally wounded woman is climbing over a pile of her dead duplicates from another timeline, which are being eaten by seagulls? Yeah. That.
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Nacho Vigalondo blew our minds with his low-budget time travel film Timecrimes. And now he's back, with a science fiction romcom called Extraterrestrial. If it's as clever as the first two posters, then we can't wait to see it.
When people list the best science fiction movies of all time, they usually include mostly English-language films. But what about the great films in other languages? Thorin Klosowski lists his ten favorite non-English-language science fiction films. What are your favorites?
Just a reminder: Spanish time-travel thriller Timecrimes is showing tonight (for free) at the Embarcadero Center Cinema in San Francisco, at 7:30. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Curious to see Timecrimes, the Spanish time-travel thriller that's already sparked a U.S. remake (that may involve David Cronenberg?) If you're in San Francisco, your chance could come on Tuesday.
David Cronenberg (The Fly, Crash) is in talks to direct the American remake of the Sundance scifi crime movie Timecrimes, according to original director Nacho Vigalondo. Which would be amazing news for Timecrimes as Cronenberg could bring a lot grit and darkness to the American version, as long as it's not as…
That unexpected Children of Men effect keeps on going. In addition to the movie adaptation of PD James' novel being adapted into a TV show that will veer closer to James' original intentions, the writer of the movie Timothy Sexton is keeping it in the SF family with new project Timecrimes.
Timecrimes might be the second best film involving time travel to come out of Sundance (top honors go to Primer, and Timecrimes writer/director Nacho Vigalondo is a fan of it). In a recent interview, Vigalondo being a comic book nerd (he's pictured here with a copy of fave book The Ultimates), and why porn and time…
Now that Timecrimes is the toast of Sundance and a U.S. remake is already planned, director Nacho Vigalondo isn't sure what project he'll tackle next. The other day, he said he was working on Ramp, a comedy about a guy who builds a giant ramp to jump his car onto a UFO. But now he's saying he might make a zombie…