Tagged: Science Fiction

The Future of Law Enforcement

POSTERS: Robocop

Like many kids in the 80s generation, this film was my introduction to one of the coolest genre specialists working in movies: Paul Verhoeven....

Gort

10 ALIEN INVASION FILMS

Martians, UFOs and extra-terrestrials these are just some of words that we use when discussing those otherworldly beings known as aliens. In the 1950s,...

John Carpenter’s The Thing

“This thing doesn’t want to show itself, it wants to hide inside an imitation. It’ll fight if it has to, but it’s vulnerable out...

Kong the King

POSTERS: King Kong

I’m not a fan of remakes of classic films as I’ve explained in detail here, but there’s always exceptions and the 1976 Dino DeLaurentiis...

Shoshanna fire

50 FURIOUS FEMALES: Hell Hath No Fury!

From smokin’ hot sex bombs to super tough female empowerment icons to twisted psycho broads (and sometimes combinations of all three!). Join us as...

The Joker

50 FURIOUS FILM FIENDS

Movies just wouldn’t be as exciting if they didn’t contain those colorfully warped characters known as “villains”. Often times these people are merely twisted,...

Khan is furious

POSTERS: Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan

Furious Cinema would like to wish a HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO WILLIAM SHATNER! “Ahh Kirk my old friend, do you know the klingon proverb that...

A Clockwork Orange, Straw Dogs, The Exorcist, Apocalypse Now

50 FURIOUS FILMS: THE 1970s

Chances are if you love movies, a good portion of some of your favorite titles were released in the decade that brought us a...

Blade Runner

Dreaming in Neo-Noir: Ridley Scott’s BLADE RUNNER

Ridley Scott’s visionary science fiction masterpiece Blade Runner (1982) was based on the Phillip K. Dick novel “Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?” When...

David Lynch’s DUNE

“It took DUNE about nine minutes to completely strip me of my anticipation. This movie is a real mess, an incomprehensible, ugly, unstructured, pointless...