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Here’s What’s Going On 07/10/2013: Follow-Up to ELYSIUM in the Works

Here’s What’s Going On 07/10/2013: Follow-Up to ELYSIUM in the Works

Neill Blomkamp to base next film on science fiction short TETRA VAAL… Ask not for whom the JUG FACE pours… Christian Slater gets STRANDED on a space station…

From the luxurious Cinefantastique Online studios, Dan Persons brings you up-to-date on what’s happening in the world of fantastic film and TV.

Sharlto Copley Talks District 9 Prequel

Sharlto Copley Talks District 9 Prequel

Sharlto Copley, star of last years sci-fi sleep hit, DISTRICT 9, has been talking to Empire during the press tour for THE A-TEAM and sheds some light on its follow up. Copley explains how he and DISTRICT 9 director, Neil Blomkamp, are thinking of making a prequel rather than a direct sequel and plan to [...]

2nd Annual Wonder Awards Winners

2nd Annual Wonder Awards Winners

It’s Sunday, March 7, and everyone is wondering what the winners will be. Well, wonder no more, because here are the official winners of this year’s Cinefantastique Wonder Awards. Oh sure, other people are tuning into the Oscar telecast to see whether Sandra Bullock takes home an Academy Award, but for aficionados of horror, fantasy, [...]

District 9 - Science Fiction Film Review

District 9 – Science Fiction Film Review

Something new and unexpected has landed in theaters this summer – a film dealing with apartheid, internment camps, abortion, cruel experimentation, and empathy for those completely different from us. It’s called DISTRICT 9. But none of that’s so new, you say? Well, that’s true as far as it goes, but here’s the kicker: the party [...]

District 9 – Second Trailer

Here is the second trailer to DISTRICT 9, Director Neil Blomkamp’s politcal allegory disguised as a science fiction film.
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District 9 opens August 14 – Watch the Trailer

Director Neil Blomkamp expands his sci-fi short film into a feature-length story about  extraterrestrials who have become refugees in South Africa. Stars: Sharlto Copley, Robert Hobbs. Studio: Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE).
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