Seriously, Hollywood keeps making weird-ass fairytale movies. And they really ought to take a note from this insane new Taylor Swift video for “Out of the Woods,” which does for fairytales what her “Bad Blood” vid did for action movies.
Director Vincenzo Natali spent years working on a movie adaptation of William Gibson’s cyberpunk novel Neuromancer, but it never came to fruition. Now he’s sharing art from the project, giving us a hint at what his Neuromancer movies might have looked like.
Death is a scary enough thing but for many, the unknown that comes after death is even scarier. Do we simply stop being or is there something for our subconsciousness after our physical body stops breathing? Writer/director Merlin Dervisevic has an idea of what may come next and it's not pleasant.
Vincenzo Natali made another movie? And it's about ghosts, or a creepy ghost-catcher man? We don't actually know — but we bet it's going to be f-ed up. This is the guy who made Splice, after all.
Here it is, the fist "official" glimpse into Vincenzo Natali's vision of William Gibson's Neuromancer world. And it's just great. Sure it's not much to go on, but it's a gritty-looking finger, with an invitation to jack in. Sold.
The movie version of William Gibson's ground-breaking book Neuromancer is apparently moving forward — the production company GFM Films put up a page devoted to the film, including this piece of new concept art.
People have been trying to make a movie of William Gibson's Neuromancer since the mid-1980s, and now Splice/Cube director Vincenzo Natali is trying to make it happen. But for a few years, Joseph Kahn, the director of tons of music videos plus Torque and Detention, was hard at work on a Neuromancer film.
Looking for some thrillers that take place entirely in a single enclosed space? Agent Orange from Quiet Earth has counted down 13 of the most nail-biting flicks confined to four walls.
Chances are, Joseph Kahn directed one of your favorite music videos: He's worked with U2, Britney, Eminem and Lady Gaga. He's just finished shooting a time-traveling horror comedy called Detention, and he gave us the inside scoop and exclusive photos.
Ever since ET for the Atari 2600 wowed gamers worldwide, science fiction and video games have been natural bedfellows. Here are 10 great scifi tales that embrace the aesthetics, technology, and popular tropes of the gaming world.Robert Heinlein's Hugo Award-winning novel popularized so many ubiquitous scifi…
Cube Zero, the prequel to Vincenzo Natali's Cube, is surprisingly great. And the best bit is this scene where one of the inmates reaches the "Exit." And faces the ultimate question: Do you believe in God?
He's been talking it up for weeks, but now he's officially got the job. Seven Arts Pictures just put out a press release saying Splice/Cube director Vincenzo Natali will adapt William Gibson's Neuromancer. And it'll be an all-Canadian production.
There's already controversy swirling around Splice, the tale of a dangerous genetic experiment who looks like a beautiful woman. Directed by the indie auteur behind Cube, Vincenzo Natali, the movie is deliberately disturbing. And it tells a brutal psychological truth.
Check out these four never-before-seen Splice clips, and a featurette with producer Guillermo Del Toro featuring Vincenzo Natali and his mutant baby, Dren. How long would it take before you exterminated your deadly little half-human science project?
Splice director Vincenzo Natali has two huge movie adaptations in the pipeline: William Gibson's Neuromancer, and J.G. Ballard's High Rise. In an exclusive interview, Natali explains to us how he updated High Rise, and his hopes for Neuromancer.
The director of one of the year's most startling science fiction movies will take on one of the genre's greatest classics. Vincenzo Natali, whose film-festival favorite Splice is getting a wide release on June 4, has signed up to write and direct the movie version of William Gibson's Neuromancer. [The Hollywood…
Vincenzo Natali's latest trailer for the film Splice is starting to drop lots of disturbing clues. Like that fact that maybe the genetically engineered monstrosity is... horny? Check out the new trailer below.