Winter Storm Jonas pretty much has the East Coast stuck inside this weekend, which means that you’re probably sitting in front of your television scrolling through Netflix. Allow us to help.
Hollywood's addiction to remakes and reboots continues unabated, with dozens of films in development. And meanwhile, bookshelves are straining with hundreds of original, thrilling novels that have never been adapted to the screen. Here's a second dose of our list of books that should be adapted instead of yet another…
The Norwegian flick Troll Hunter by André Øvredal is hands down one of the most creative (and beautiful) found-footage films we've ever seen. We love this movie, so we're not thrilled that it's getting an Americanized remake. But we are happy about who is behind the lens.
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.
André Øvredal's Norse mythology found footage film Trollhunter was a work of art, what with its giant trolls lumbering through the Norwegian landscape, sniffing down the blood of Christians. We loved it, so we're doubly excited that Øvredal's next undertaking is bringing the graphic novel Enormous to life.
Every year, it's easy to come up with a long list of the year's worst science fiction and fantasy movies. Reels and reels of garbage arrive in cinemas with shocking regularity. But it's a good year when you can think of half a dozen great genre films off the top of your head. By that standard, 2011 was a good year.
Yet another found footage movie, Apollo 18, hits theaters tomorrow. The found footage genre has become a mainstay of horror, with its flickering video and shaky cameras. But what are the best, most terrifying moments of found footage horror?
Unleash the mighty troll scream, ripped from the Troll Hunter himself, on your phone. We've got the exclusive TrollHunter screaming Troll warning ringtone. Perfect for those callers you want to have a "Troll!" warning for.
In Norwegian monster movie Troll Hunter, available as video on demand before hitting theaters in the US, fairy tales become humorously, touchingly realistic. You won't be able to resist its satiric blend of government conspiracy and old Norse mythology.
Norwegian horror film TrollHunter looks set to be one of the summer's coolest movies, so we were excited to learn more about the film's mythology. Director André Øvredal shared some exclusive concept art, and answered our pressing questions.
Many have loved Terry Pratchett's short epic "Troll Bridge," about Cohen the Barbarian, a once-mighty warrior who has become a tottering old man, out of step with the post-barbarian times. Now a group of talented filmmakers want to adapt it.
Does a new photo reveal Tom Hardy's look for The Dark Knight Rises? Chris Evans says the Captain America should be set in New York. And what was the real first appearance of the Silents in Doctor Who?
Sundance begins today! In past years, the festival brought us great science fiction films such as Splice and Moon. But what will be this year's smash indie success? Here's a list of likely suspects.
We've been excited for the Norwegian mockumentary Troll Hunter for a while now, and this new making-of featurette showcases the CGI behind a jeep versus troll battle.
There just aren't enough serious movies about trolls (Best Worst Movie aside). Thankfully, Norway is remedying this shortage with an interesting mockumentary Troll Hunter.