Jurassic Park

Jurassic World was designed as first part of trilogy

Simon Brew News
Nov 5, 2015

Universal Pictures' boss says she didn't know Jurassic World was designed as part of a trilogy. But it's a "happy surprise".

Jurassic World 2: first hints about direction of the sequel

Simon Brew News
Sep 22, 2015

Plus, it looks like we're getting a Jurassic World 3 as well...

A brief history of cinema practical effects, in 10 films

Nick Horton Feature
Aug 13, 2015

From George Melies through to Peter Jackson and JJ Abrams' Star Wars film, the rise, fall and rise of practical effects explored...

Fon Davis interview: greebles, miniatures, Star Wars and more

Ryan Lambie Interview
Aug 14, 2015

Visual effects designer Fon Davis chats to us about his work on the Star Wars movies, Elysium, Starship Troopers and more...

Why the VFX of Jurassic Park and Starship Troopers hold up

Ryan Lambie Feature
Aug 10, 2015

Years on, Jurassic Park and Starship Troopers' effects still impress. Why do they hold up? We spoke to VFX artist Fon Davis to find out...

Looking back at Michael Crichton's Runaway

Ryan Lambie Feature
Jul 30, 2015

Tom Selleck and Gene Simmons starred in Michael Crichton's 1984 sci-fi thriller, Runaway. Ryan looks back at a flawed yet intriguing film...

Jurassic World 2 set for 2018, UK getting film first

Simon Brew News
Aug 14, 2015

The Jurassic World sequel is to arrive in the UK two weeks early...

Celebrating the sci-fi cinema of Jeff Goldblum

Ryan Lambie Feature
Jul 22, 2015

From Body Snatchers to Independence Day, we celebrate Jeff Goldblum's unique contribution to sci-fi cinema...

14 brilliant pieces of fan-made movie and TV merchandise

Phoebe-Jane Boyd Feature
Jul 14, 2015

Our favourites? A Dr Ian Malcolm pocket, a Captain America costume for hamsters, Exorcist character magnets and, well, Total Recall...

Top 25 films with unrealistic computer scenes

Michael Reed Feature
Jul 3, 2015

From computers with a conscience to 'enhancing the image', these movie scenes take suspension of disbelief to a whole new level...