Long have we all seen those people saying what their all time favourite film is.
The film starts with a crash and the forest ablaze. Then while driving a man dashes in front of a car only to be stuck by it.
“we take a look at one that once again takes cues from Frankenstein, since the monster, isn’t really something malicious.”
The hunt is off. Shane Black, arguably the master of crackling dialogue and cool storytelling, turns in the latest instalment of the Predator franchise
The Monolith Monsters is a film from 1957, and despite the name it doesn’t actually have a monster or monsters.
Released in 1974 Dark Star is the first film directed by the now legendary John Carpenter.
Mega-Shark vs. Uber-Statham.
Released in 1951 it tells the tale of a desperate plan to save the human race as the Earth is about to be destroyed by a rogue star.
Released in 1956 and it must be remembered that during the 50s there was a massive obsession with UFOs so there were a large number of alien invasion film
So once again we tackle the sci fi classic War of the Worlds, this time with its first theatrical adaption, also this film scared the (profanity) out of me as a child…