15 of sci-fi cinema's most eccentric spaceships

Ryan Lambie Odd List
Jun 23, 2015

An alien craft shaped like an artichoke? A vessel with breasts? Here's our pick of 15 of sci-fi cinema's most eccentric spaceships...

36 major blockbusters and why they never got made

Ryan Lambie Mike Cecchini Simon Brew Feature
Jun 12, 2015

We look at the films that slipped through Hollywood's net, from biblical epics to a time travelling Gladiator sequel...

The movie characters who scared us as children

Den Of Geek Feature
Jan 16, 2015

Jaws, Large Marge, Scar, Medusa, Judge Doom... did these movie characters have you shaking in your boots as a child?

Turtle acceptance and suspension of disbelief

James Clayton Feature
Oct 17, 2014

Have modern movies increased our ability to accept outlandish heroes like the Ninja Turtles? Yes, and it's a good thing, James writes...

50 bizarre examples of movie tie-ins and merchandise

Wil Jones Odd List
Sep 26, 2014

Movie merchandise is big business. But some people will try and slap the name of The Avengers or Batman on anything...

Lucy, The Core, and scientific accuracy in films

Ryan Lambie Feature
Aug 21, 2014

Luc Besson’s Lucy may be based on a debunked myth, but does bad science in films matter if the story’s well-told, Ryan asks...

Trailer for Atari: Game Over, the E.T. landfill documentary

Simon Brew News
Jul 29, 2014

Remember the discovery of E.T. cartridges in the desert earlier this year? Here's the trailer for the accompanying documentary...

What Video Games: The Movie inadvertently says about mainstream games

Ryan Lambie Feature
Jul 30, 2014

Video Games: The Movie takes a breezy tour of history, but shows mainstream gaming in a less than favourable light, Ryan writes...

It came from the desert: the legend of Atari's E.T.

Ryan Lambie Feature
Apr 29, 2014

As an excavation uncovers copies of Atari's E.T. in the New Mexico desert, we take a look at the history behind the infamous game...

Atari E.T. carts found in New Mexico landfill

Aaron Birch News
Apr 27, 2014

It's officially more than a mere myth, and Atari E.T. cartridges have been found in the New Mexico desert...