Ridley Scott’s futuristic, neo-noir, sci-fi film Blade Runner has been lauded by fans and critics since it first came out in 1982. Based off Philip K. Dick’s 1968 novel, “Do Androids Dream of Electric Sleep?” and staring Harrison Ford, Daryl Hannah, Rutger Hauer, Edward James Olmos and Sean Young, the film is still on a…Details
With the first official “Deadpool” trailer now out for public consumption in glorious HD, so begins the onslaught of fan tributes. I think we can all agree that THIS poster by Doaly is so unique and spot on that we never saw it coming. That being said, it’s brilliant in it’s simplistic translation from a…Details
In 1976, legendary director Richard Donner gave us a supernatural thriller that would prove to stand the test of time, “The Omen.” Staring Gregory Peck and Lee Remick with Harvey Spencer Stephens playing Damien, the film is the first in the Omen series. As if Satanist and the Antichrist weren’t enough to scare the crap…Details
When Jon Stewart took the reigns of The Daily Show back in 1999, there was no guessing that he would go on a tear for the next 16 years giving fans some of the best comedic political and news satire ever to grace television. Not only did fans fall in love with the show but…Details
One of our most anticipated films of 2016 is the upcoming mayhem of DC’s bad guys doing good flick, “Suicide Squad.” For those of you in the dark on the Suicide Squad, here is an in depth breakdown of the first trailer that will explain all the characters and their origins.
A couple members of the…Details
This month the Poster Posse continues our ongoing collaboration with SciFiNow’s Book Club and Chris Garofalo has been given the reigns to re-imagine the cover to the 1988 horror classic by Thomas Harris, “Silence Of The Lambs.” This one was a no-brainer match up as Chris continuously proves himself to be a master of the…Details
Matt Needle has been on a tear this year and he continues his string of awesomeness with this official collaboration with 20th Century Fox for their upcoming film, “Hitman: Agent 47.”
HITMAN: AGENT 47 centers on an elite assassin who was genetically engineered from conception to be the perfect killing machine, and is known only by…Details
Two of pop culture’s most beloved characters, DC’s protector of Gotham, “Batman” and one of 20th Century Fox’s most lethal and feared hunter/ killers, “Predator” are synonymous with being dark, powerful, elusive and effective.
When these two first faced off back in 1991 in a crossover series, fans were begging for more. Luckily, DC listened and…Details
U.K. artist Chris Skinner and Cult Classic Prints are joining their “wonder twin powers” to bring fans a stunning new print for the 1986, musical, fantasy-flick, “Labryinth.” This film has so much going for it, it boggles the mind. It was executive produced by George Lucas and directed by the legendary Jim Henson for starters. …Details
Fans of NBC’s morbidly dark series, “Hannibal” were devastated when the studio announced that they were cancelling the show. Following that announcement the studio THEN announced that the show would continue but it was losing it’s coveted Thursday night slot and being moved to a much less desirable spot on the Saturday evening schedule. Well…Details
Back in 1990, director Paul Verhoeven and Arnold Schwarzenegger (Douglas Quaid) blew our minds with the sci-fi action film, Total Recall. The story takes place in 2084 and is packed with memory implants, futuristic gadgets and tech, secret agents, an alien artifact and of course, the lovely and unforgettable Kuato.
Cult Cinema Sunday features the original,…Details
This has been an AMAZING year for films and we are only in JULY! A new Mad Max, new Terminator, new Jurassic World and so many more great films that we are spending an excessive amount of time IN the theaters this summer. Well artist Orlando Arocena has paid tribute to a bunch of these…Details