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The next chapter of Channel Zero, Butcher's Block, gets a teaser

The second season of Channel Zero, the Syfy anthology series from Nick Antosca and Max Landis, reached its finale last night, and with the end of one chapter comes news of the next - Channel Zero will return to Syfy airwaves in early 2018 for a season titled Channel Zero: Butcher's Block . Antosca is writing Butcher's Block, which will be directed by Arkasha Stevenson. The...
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10.26.2017
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Ethan Hawke has 24 Hours to Live (and to kill) in new trailer

Ethan Hawke has been one of my favorite actors ever since I was a young kid. EXPLORERS, DEAD POETS SOCIETY, WHITE FANG, ALIVE, REALITY BITES, BEFORE SUNRISE, all of those movies had an impact either directly on me or on pop culture during my formative years. I enjoy watching him in the dramas I best know him for, and I like it when he ventures in horror and action genre work in films...
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10.18.2017
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Surviving the Game (Arrow Recommends)

"Arrow Recommends is a column that has my sorry ass advise older movies to your royal asses. I will be flexible in terms of genres i.e. I will cover whatever the bleep I want. For now, it will be the way to keep my voice on the site." PLOT: A homeless man who can’t catch a break gets the chance of a lifetime when he’s hired by some eccentric rich dude...
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08.19.2017
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Featurette: Luc Besson's Valerian will see you in space

I'm not sure how well VALERIAN AND THE CITY OF A THOUSAND PLANETS is going to do when it makes its way out into the world next month. Although it's based on a comic book and this is an age of highly successful comic book adaptations, Claude Mézières' comic Valérian and Laureline isn't exactly one of the most well known books out there. Will the...
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06.20.2017
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Luc Besson's Valerian, with DeHaan and Delevingne, has a dazzling trailer

I don't know anything about the Pierre Christin / Jean-Claude Mézières comic series Valérian and Laureline , the source material for Luc Besson's latest film VALERIAN AND THE CITY OF A THOUSAND PLANETS . I don't know much about the movie Besson made out of that material, and (this probably isn't a popular opinion) I wasn't fond of his previous...
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11.10.2016
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Dissecting Paul Verhoeven!

"The sooner we admit our capacity for evil the less apt we are to destroy each other." - PAUL VERHOEVEN! Although the crazy Flying Dutchman has never directed an outright horror flick, Paul Verhoeven has everyone's undivided respect around here at AITH. He certainly has our fandom. After cutting his teeth and sharpening his eye with cool, off-beat and...
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08.30.2016
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Where in the Horror are they Now? Rutger Hauer!

RUTGER HAUER THEN : There are very few actors as incredibly badass as Rutger Hauer. Perhaps it’s his quiet intensity, or just the powerful presence he has on-screen, This guy has always made a huge impression on this here movie fan. When looking back on the career of a genre actor that I admire, it can be easy to pick a few highlights from their career and be...
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04.25.2016
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Dane DeHaan and Cara Delevingne suit up for Luc Besson's Valerian

Writer/director Luc Besson rocked a lot of worlds with the 1997 sci-fi action movie THE FIFTH ELEMENT, and there's hope that he's going to do the same with his upcoming sci-fi action film VALERIAN AND THE CITY OF A THOUSAND PLANETS , an adaptation of the Pierre Christin / Jean-Claude Mézières comic series Valérian and Laureline . Dane DeHaan and Cara...
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03.30.2016
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Vampire thriller Corbin Nash casts McDowell, Hauer, Feldman

Siblings Ben Jagger and Dean S. Jagger (pictured in the thumbnail) are working together to introduce genre fans to a character named CORBIN NASH . Ben will direct the film, in which Dean will play the eponymous character. The brothers also wrote the screenplay together, along with Christopher P. Taylor. The story:  A rogue NYPD cop transfers to Los Angeles in search...
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03.28.2016
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Face-Off: I Come in Peace vs. Split Second

This week's Face-Off comes at the suggestion of Arrow in the Head reader Phil Mitchell, who sent in an idea that immediately captured my imagination and made me smile, because I'm fan of both of the films he mentioned and watched them both many times back in the day. Phil wants to see a battle of cheesy '90s action/sci-fi/horror flicks, 1990's I COME IN PEACE (a.k.a. DARK ANGEL) vs. 1992's...
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01.13.2016
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Face-Off: Fright Night Vs. Buffy the Vampire Slayer

The decision seemed to be split down the middle on the results of our last Face-Off . While there was no doubt that Terminator 1 and 2 were both the best in the series, peeps were pretty opinionated as to which one was the champ. Many cheered the first one's grittier look and storyline while others stated how incredible the second one looked and improved upon the first. Regardless, it is...
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02.18.2015
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The Test of Time: Blade Runner (1982)

We all have movies we love. Movies we respect without question because of either tradition, childhood love, or because they’ve always been classics. However, as time keeps ticking, do those classics still hold up? So…the point of this here column is whether or not a film stands the test of time. I’m not gonna question whether it’s still a good flick, but if the...
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08.28.2014
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