Snowpiercer 3 Out In Feb

I love discovering a unique sci-fi gem, and have recommended last year’s film Snowpiercer to many people. Starring Chris Evans (Captain America) and John Hurt, and the ever enchanting Tilda Swinton it’s a dark, surprising and thoughtful movie, with lots of action and drama sprinkled throughout the high concept. Directed by Korean Bong Joon-ho (The Host-the Korean monster film, not the American alien invasion one), it’s definitely worth a watch. Now the comic that inspired it has a third entry, and is set to be released in February 2016.

Titan Comics To Publish Third Instalment in the New York Times Best-Selling Snowpiercer Series




Titan Comics is thrilled to announce the publication of Snowpiercer 3: Terminus, the gripping third installment in the New York Times best-selling Snowpiercer series from award-winning writer Olivier Bocquet and the artist Jean-Marc Rochette.

Fans eager to immerse themselves further in the critically acclaimed series after the release of the movie adaptation of Snowpiercer 1: The Escape, starring Captain America’s Chris Evans, will embrace a return to the frozen, dystopian Earth.

The Icebreaker has finally stopped its endless loop around the world. The last known survivors of the human race are driven by the need to know; Could it be that they aren’t really alone in the world? Is there finally hope?

Snowpiercer 3: Terminus will be on sale in stores from February 17.

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Snowpiercer 3

Two Recent Films I Recommend

The Tower

South Korean. 2012. Set during Christmas time, in a skyrise, but it’s not Die Hard! The Tower is a great disaster film which shows the destruction of a massive building called Tower Sky. Yes, occasionally it has Hollywood levels of predictability, with families trying to connect, people hoping for love, sacrificial heroes, etc, but the films’ director was inspired by the 1974 film The Towering Inferno. It’s filled with good action, drama and special effects.

The Tower



Doomsday Book.

South Korean. 2012. Three sci-fi stories in this diverse anthology. A Brave New World follows two young lovers, one of whom goes nutty and zombified after some bad meat, and then the epidemic begins, all thanks to one bad apple – literally. The Heavenly Creature features an I, Robot looking robot who has attained enlightenment. It looks like there’s no CGI involved in the Buddhist robot either, which the film makers use rather well. It has lots of talking between himself and the monks who he lives with in a temple, and the robotic company who made him who believe he is faulty and needs to be exterminated, as robots need to know their place. Happy Birthday is the last story and is wonderfully funny at times. A meteor is about to hit Earth, but can one little girl be responsible for calling it to us?

If you liked Cloud Atlas (and I did), you’ll like this film. It’s not as epic as Atlas, but it also shares an actress – Bae Doona, who played the revolutionary clone in Atlas. All three of the short stories have unique hooks and origins of catastrophe that set them apart from similar stories in their genres.

The Doomsday Book


New Godzilla Trailer

Bryan Cranston is freaking out! I would too.

It would appear the film is also tying in to the Japanese original, which is a nice surprise.

Spider-Man Ascends Godzilla Tomorrow

A few sci-fi film trailers have been released this week. Let’s have a look!

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 has many concerned with its multiple villains (Rhino, Green Goblin, Electro – with hints at more), but I’m looking forward to it. Action-y and comedy trailers below.

See Channing Tatum as a metrosexual elf in the new film from the Wachowskis (The Matrix, Speed Racer, Cloud Atlas).

Bryan Cranston, Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Elizabeth Olsen star in the remake of Godzilla, directed by Gareth Edwards, who made 2010’s low-budget Monsters, which is definitely worth seeing. Those last two cast members will also appear as siblings Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch in 2015’s Avengers sequel.

Finally, Edge of Tomorrow starring Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt may look like an Oblivion sequel in the first few seconds of the trailer, but the premise, based on a Japanese novel, All You Need Is Kill. Plus, I like the song.

Charity Serenity Screening

This is a good diea. A good film too. Can’t Stop The Serenity is, well, I’ll let them describe it.

Can’t Stop the Serenity (CSTS) is a unique opportunity to indulge your geeky side while doing some good! Since 2006, fans have organized screenings of Joss Whedon’s Serenityto raise funds and awareness to support Equality Now in their work for the protection and promotion of the human rights of women around the world. Join us as we aim to misbehave for a good cause!

Serenity, is of course the film adaptation of Firefly, the unfortunately short-lived TV series from Joss Whedon , creator of Buffy, and writer/director of Marvel’s blockbuster film, The Avengers. Here’s the trailer to jog your memory, and here is where you can buy tickets for the Perth, Western Australia event.



First Five Minutes of Lock Out

Aussie actor Guy Pearce will appear in one of this year’s most hyped sci-fi films, Prometheus. Don’t look past another sci-fi treat though, as the French production company Europacorp brings us Lock Out. Luc Besson’s company knows how to do action as it showed with Taken, District 13 and Transporter.

Lock Out is set in the future, on a space prison, with the President’s daughter who needs to be rescued by a lone wolf. The only thing that’d make this cooler would be if there was a dragon in it.

Here’s the first 5 minutes. Lock Out is released on April 20, but July 12 in Australia. No fair.

Upside Down Trailer

I’m a sucker for good imaginative sci-fi films and this one looks a doozy. Upside Down is directed by Juan Diego Solanas and is a French/Canadian co-production starring Kirsten Dunst and Jim Sturgess (from the great, romantic One Day).

Check out the new trailer for the film at Canal+’s site.

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