Daily Archives: December 6, 2012

American Horror Story: Asylum Recap Season 2, Episode 8 – Unholy Night

He's here to open his present...

He’s here to open his present…

In “Unholy Night,” the eighth episode of American Horror Story-Asylum, things are looking pretty grim for our friends in Briarcliff. Sister Mary Eunice unleashes a killer Santa during the institute’s Christmas celebration. Sister Jude returns in hopes of confronting the possessed nun. Meanwhile Dr. Arden has an extraterrestrial encounter while disposing of Grace’s body.

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Trailer Time: Star Trek Into Darkness

A few days back we featured the first poster for Star Trek Into Darkness and now we have an official teaser trailer for you.

And if that’s not enough to whet your appetite, cruise on over to the official Star Trek Into Darkness section of iTunes Movie Trailers, specifically to the Japanese trailer, and watch it until the very end. They get a bit more detail than we have over here in North America.

This is looking more and more like a remake/reimagining of Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan… It would be nice if we could finally get confirmation on exactly who Benedict Cumberbatch is playing…

What do you folks think? Let us know in the comments below, and on Facebook!

Biff Bam Pop’s Holiday Gift Guide: Alien – The Illustrated Story – Original Art Edition Hardcover

Alien – The Illustrated Story – Original Art Edition Hardcover
Published by Titan Books 
Writer: Archie Goodwin 
Artist: Walt Simonson

“Two of comics’ greatest talents joined forces in 1979 to bring Ridley Scott’s epic Alien motion picture to the comic book page. Out of print for over thirty years, this brand new edition (released in time to coincide with Scott’s latest opus Prometheus) has been meticulously restored from original artwork in Walt Simonson’s studio — presenting for the very first time the definitive artist’s edition of the greatest sci-fi horror ever produced.” – grabbed from the blurb.

I’m a huge Walter Simonson fan and one of my earliest and fondest comic book memories was picking up the Heavy Metal adaptation of Alien featuring his art work. It was the first real graphic novel I had ever picked up and as I was around 10 at the time, I hadn’t seen the movie yet.

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