Some 25 suspected non-humans were arrested by Los Angeles Police Monday on charges of creating and distributing pro-Replicant propaganda art based on director Ridley Scott’s cult classic film Blade Runner. The suspects were holed up in an abandoned warehouse in the Tannhauser Gate district where police found high-quality printing equipment and computers with a treasure […]

Wow, this is one of those films that makes you glad Hollywood exists, which is pretty rare. Let’s start with the fact that it’s written by Cormac McCarthy, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author whose novels  No Country for Old Men and The Road were already adapted into excellent films (the former more so than the latter). But unlike […]

17 May
Echo & the Bunnymen's founding guitar player gets abstract

Echo & the Bunnymen’s founding guitar player Will Sergeant is set to open his art exhibition My Own Worst Enemy at Substrate Gallery in Los Angeles tomorrow (May 18th), where it will be on display until June 16th. Substrate is a Los Angeles gallery exclusively devoted to the presentation and interpretation of contemporary fine art […]

21 Mar
The full trailer for Ridley Scott's much-anticipated Alien prequel

At the end of last year we showed you the Prometheus Teaser Trailer, but there wasn’t much revealed so we held our opinions in check. Well after seeing this Official Full HD Trailer, it’s safe to say we are definitely in the camp that thinks this is gonna be a winner. Ridley Scott can hit […]

27 Jan
Docu-series profiles Sir Arthur C. Clarke, Philip K. Dick & the trailblazers of the Sci-Fi universe

A recent edition to the ZZZFROMHELLZZZ channel on Youtube are three hour-long documentaries related to Science Fiction. The first, Profits of Science Fiction: Arthur C. Clarke, centers on Sci-Fi visionary Sir Arthur C. Clark, the revered science fiction writer responsible for some of the most iconic stories of the genre. The landmark novel 2001: A […]

22 Dec
Ridley Scott's much-anticipated Alien prequel hits theaters June 12

There was a time when Sigourney Weaver was pretty much the baddest, most kick ass bitch in all of Hollywood. The character she played in the Alien film series, Lieutenant Ellen Ripley, wasn’t afraid to take down the most vile of creatures, the dumbest (and greediest) our species had to offer, and even an android […]

3 Feb
Film-inspired high tops a somewhat questionable endeavor

Whereas Adidas went with Boba Fett, Chewbacca and Jabba the Hutt on your feet, Reebok is going a completely different direction with their film-inspired sneaker line. While aesthetically all of the above are highly questionable, I wouldn’t mind seeing any on someone’s feet at a party… as long as they weren’t my feet. Reebok takes […]

22 Jul
The ultimate in couture upcycling

I blame Blade Runner, but for some reason I have an attraction to the simplicity and beauty…and ritual…of origami. Apparently, so does artist Yuliya Kyrpo. She crafted the elegant bustier gown above strictly out of newspaper — but not just any newpsaper, mind you, but from 1,000 paper cranes carefully hand-folded from old recycled Metro […]