Just in time for Halloween, two of the 80s greatest sci-fi/horror films have spectacular new Blu-ray releases.
This week, director James Cameron laid claim to mountains coming out of the sky and standing there. Anyone who has a thing for 70’s prog rock and science fiction probably…
All four Terminator films collected on Blu-ray for the first time.
All James Cameron sees in his future is Pandora. We see him falling down the rabbit hole.
Even if it doesn’t save summer, Ridley Scott’s latest has brought back responsible marketing.
Aliens was released 25 years ago and this week’s Revival House takes a look back.
With the release of the James Cameron-produced Sanctum looming, Popdose takes a look at other waterlogged big-screen terrors.
A new Chicago stage production combines the first two movies of the “Alien” franchise with the music of Queen.
Axel Foley, the Terminator, Supergirl, Mozart, and God all make appearances in this week’s Box Office Flashback to December 10, 1984.
A Halloween draws near, the Popdose staff is counting down the 20 films that had them hiding under the covers and calling for mommy, starting with 20 through 11.
We’ve collected our top 10 favorite movies that are guaranteed to kick your ass. Bring your large soda and popcorn along as we count them down.
On Tuesday CNN’s Larry King announced that he’ll end his 25-year-old talk show this fall, having been beaten consistently in the ratings the past year by his 9 PM cable-news…
It took me a while to get around to seeing Avatar. One reason for that, also coincidentally one of the reasons I have been a pretty lazy contributor to Popdose…
Poor McG. He thought he was hired to direct a badass, rock ’em-sock ’em movie about evil death robots from the future (not Michael BublÁ©), and that’s what he delivered…
Jeff Johnson has returned for another spectacular edition of Revival House, and this time, he’s pointing you in the direction of some terrific bonus material you’ve probably never even accessed.
If you’re like me, when you see a picture of Arnold Schwarzenegger in shades, a certain five-note rhythm comes to mind. There’s no denying composer Brad Fiedel kicks things off…