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Horror maniac and sci-fi geek, my dream is to become someday a Borg. Resistance is futile. Meanwhile, i am writing about my passions: cinema and videogames.

Yakuza Zero trailer by Sega


  Sega released today the first Yakuza Zero trailer, an intense two minute video which shows the basic premises for what players will face in the upcoming series prologue, due to release in Japan next year for PS3 and PS4.   Yakuza is an action-adventure video game franchise created in 2005, owned and published by [&hellip Read more

New Kill Me Three Times poster


  A new Kill Me Three Times poster hits the web today, and it shows us the ruthless Simon Pegg (in an unconventional role for the actor) which looks pretty ready to do nasty things.   Kriv Stenders‘ crime thriller is set to have its World Premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival on Saturday, [&hellip Read more

Ashecliffe TV series based on Shutter Island


  It was only yesterday, with the announcement of a Damien TV series, that we were talking about the new habit, for the horror genre, to create TV series used as a prequel or sequel of notorious movies, and today a name from the likes of Martin Scorsese is reportedly joining the game.   Scorsese [&hellip Read more

Damien TV series to premiere in 2015


  If you are a fan of last year’s TV series Bates Motel, a contemporary prequel to the movie Psycho, which gives a portrayal of Norman Bates teenage years, there is a chance that you will probably also like the upcoming Lifetime project: a TV series called Damien, which will be a sequel drama about [&hellip Read more

Halt And Catch Fire renewed by AMC


  After less than a month after Halt And Catch Fire season finale on August 3, AMC is announcing today that the show will be picked up for a second season!   The tech/drama set in the early 1980s regarding the quest for the future of computing will continue on the network, and it was [&hellip Read more

New Alleluia trailer by Fabrice du Welz


  A new Alleluia trailer hits the web today, showing us a story made of sex, violence and fear.   The Belgian director Fabrice du Welz (Calvaire, Vinyan) screened his last effort as part of the Directors’ Fortnight section at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival making quite a buzz, and now, Alleluia is proceeding forward [&hellip Read more

Happy Valley renewed by BBC


  The six-part BBC One crime/drama Happy Valley has been renewed today for a second season, which will go for production in 2015, to be broadcast later in the year.   The drama, aired between April 29 and June 3, with Sarah Lancashire, George Costigan and James Norton had a very good average of about [&hellip Read more

New Northmen: A Viking Saga Trailer


  In this news, back in May, Worlds Factory showed you the first Northmen: A Viking Saga trailer, a nicely crafted piece of action by director Claudio Fah about a group of marauders who shipwreck on the coast of Scotland, and their battle for safety.   Today, a new international trailer hits the web, and [&hellip Read more

Career award to James Franco at Venice


  It was officially announced today that the great actor James Franco will be awarded during the next Venice Film Festival with the Glory to the Filmmaker Award.   This award is dedicated to personalities which made innovations or gave very original contributions to the contemporary cinema. To understand the importance of this, just think [&hellip Read more

Disney to adapt A Wrinkle in Time


  Walt Disney Pictures is gladly announcing today that the next Studio’s effort will be the adaptation of the classic tale A Wrinkle in Time, by Madeline L’Engle.   The cartoon will make its way to the big screen thanks to the acclaimed Frozen director Jennifer Lee (pictured). Disney has already produced an adaptation of [&hellip Read more

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