Harbinger Down Debuts to Packed Crowd at The Egyptian

The premiere of “Harbinger Down” took place last night at The Egyptian Theater in Los Angeles, CA. A triumphant night for the cast and crew and the producers of this ambitious sci-fi/horror film. The idea was simple.  Make a movie that hearkened back to the classic monster movies of the 80s, before Visual FX and the computer took over most of what you see on the screen, except perhaps the…

Paramount Planning a Galaxy Quest TV Series

Deadline is reporting that Paramount is working on a TV Series of the Sci-Fi comedy “Galaxy Quest”.  The story about an alumni cast of a space opera television series who have to play their roles as the real thing when an alien race needs their help. Those returning to the TV Show from the original feature film will include writer, Robert Gordon, director, Dean Parisot, and producer Mark Johnson.

Charles Dance introduces us to SyFy's adaption of "Childhood's End"

“Childhood’s End follows the peaceful invasion of Earth by the mysterious Overlords. Karellen (Charles Dance), the ambassador for the Overlords, makes first contact with Earthling Ricky Stormgren. Karellen’s comforting words and amazing technological gifts quickly win humanity’s favor, beginning decades of apparent utopia at the cost of human identity and culture. However, his refusal to reveal his physical appearance and insistence on dealing only through Ricky have some people questioning…

"Aerials" The UAE's First Full Length Sci-Fi Movie

“Aerials” is directed by S.A. Zaidi and the trailer was released at the Middle East Film and Comic Con. “I don’t want to reveal too much,” says Zaidi, “but ‘Aerials’ is about an alien apocalypse around Dubai – it surrounds the lives of an Emirati couple that are trying to survive”. The film stars Saga Alyasery and Ana Druzhynina It is an “in house” production that Zaidi and producer Ghanem…

David Bowie is Adapting "The Man Who Fell to Earth" for Stage

In 1976 an odd little film about an alien who comes to Earth to try and find water for his planet which is suffering from a world destroying drought was released. It was based on the 1963 book of the same title. It marked the first starring role of rock sensation David Bowie. While it didn’t make much noise at the time it has come to be a cult classic….