That's not because sound doesn't travel in the vacuum of the void, though. It's because there's nothing left out there to be afraid of.
One upon a time - 1979, to be exact - aliens were terrifying. Maybe not the kind that hung out in the Star Wars cantina, but the kind that we were introduced to in Ridley Scott's horror classic Alien. The tension, the claustrophobia, that barely glimpsed, H. R. Giger-designed xenomorph stalking the unsuspecting crew of the Nostromo... I'm not going to lie, pants were pooped. Not MY pants. But certainly some pants.
In one of the rare instances of Hollywood getting a sequel right, James Cameron's 1986 follow-up, Aliens, kept the creepy, lethal, less-is-more aliens, but infused the horror with tons of action. It was very different, and very entertaining.
No Loki in 'Avengers 2'? Tom Hiddleston has had quite the run as the villainous Loki in Marvel’s Thor and The Avengers. After a snippet from this November’s Thor: The Dark World revealed that the actor will be doing a three-peat on the character, the natural assumption ... Read more
New Batman in 'Justice League,' David Goyer says With Man of Steel out today, plenty of speculation will mount in the coming days about the planned sequel and DC’s upcoming superhero team up, Justice League. Buoyed by good reviews, DC announced this week that director Zack Snyder and writer David ... Read more