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How Neill Blomkamp's Aliens Sequel Can Work

This feature originally ran in March of 2015 and is being re-published for Alien Day.

Welcome to Producer’s Chair, a new mini-column in which Editor-in-Chief Michael Roffman offers his own career advice to artists and various figureheads in the film and music industry. 3,531 more words

CoS Exclusive Features

Aliens

SUB-GENRES: Action / Horror
DIRECTED BY: James Cameron
WRITTEN BY: James Cameron (screenplay); James Cameron, David Giler, & Walter Hill (story)
RELEASE: 1986

PEW PEW: Unlike its predecessor, Aliens brings action to the forefront, delivering a pulse-pounding and unrelentingly exciting experience.

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Action

Timebomb (1991)

This one was awfully familiar.

We’ve seen it all before, the perfect secret agent produced by a Jason Bourne/Clockwork Orange brainwashing.  And on the whole it is a fairly good if familiar film. 104 more words

Movie Reviews

The Terminator

After watching Terminator: Genisys I decided to re-watch the previous four films in the serious and the TV series, The Sarah Connor Chronicles, as well. 516 more words

Sci-Fi

HORROR YOU MIGHT HAVE MISSED: CHERRY FALLS (2000)

CHERRY FALLS (2000)

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Slasher takes place in the town of Cherry Falls, Virginia where in the opening scene, a teen couple parked in a secluded wooded area is slaughtered by what appears to be a women in black with bright red nails and long raven colored hair. 717 more words

Horror You Might Have Missed

Fiendish Friday: My taste in fictional men

I don’t remember exactly the situation, I do recall I was explaining to a friend why I preferred Michael Biehn from Aliens over Johnny Depp or Corey Haim, when the look on her face made me stop and wonder. 385 more words

Home Life

THE ABYSS - A REVIEW BY J.D. LAFRANCE

The more times I see The Abyss (1989), the more I am convinced that it is James Cameron’s best film to date. Wedged between megahits, … 2,149 more words

Film Review