We have just uploaded the 134th episode of the Alien vs. Predator Galaxy Podcast
(right-click and save as to download)! Corporal Hicks, RidgeTop, VoodooMagic and Xenomorphine are back to talk about the recently released Aliens: Fireteam Elite!
We talk the fun factor, the customization, concerns over longevity, with tangents about canon and the Alien prequel’s now iconic flute, and plenty ... [Read More]
Illustrator William Stout revealed another early creature concept recently that he designed for the 1987 classic film “Predator” and unlike Stout’s previous creation
said to be inspired by the work of H.R. Giger, this newly shared piece was inspired by a very unique source!
William Stout revealed in his The Worlds of William Stout
blog yesterday that this latest ... [Read More]
From the moment Pat Cadigan’s Alien 3: The Unproduced Screenplay by William Gibson was first announced, I had been incredibly curious about how I was going to react to it. At the risk of repeating myself from previously talking about the other recent adaptations of Gibson’s material, this kind of project is something I’m really enthusiastic about.
It was one of the things ... [Read More]
William Stout is a world renowned fantasy and science fiction creator famous for decades of work as an illustrator, concept & storyboard artist, writer and production designer in comics, television and film. What might not be as well known is William Stout’s brief involvement and conception of the iconic intergalactic hunter known as the Predator.
It began early on in the ... [Read More]
The developers at Illfonic surprised us with some new content today for their “Predator: Hunting Grounds” asymmetrical multiplayer video game, including one item that should be very familiar to Predator fans!
There are three new Predator trophies now unlockable in the game, including two prehistoric weapons and one very interesting alien-type skull! Check them out:
Alien Hunter’s Trophy
The last “Alien ... [Read More]
Gamespot have shared a video in which Jonathan Ferguson, a firearms expert and Keeper of Firearms and Artillery at the Royal Armouries
in Leeds, England, reacts to some of the new Colonial Marine weaponry from Cold Iron Studio’s Aliens: Fireteam Elite.
Jonathan Ferguson, a weapons expert and Keeper of Firearms & Artillery at the Royal Armouries, breaks down ... [Read More]
With his latest film Zone 414 now out in theatres and VoD, Guy Pearce has been doing the press rounds to promote. While talking with comicbookmovie.com
the actor was asked about whether or not Peter Weyland might return in any potential sequel to Alien: Covenant!
“Well, I don’t know, to be honest. Again, I think with any of ... [Read More]
Pre-orders are up for the Mezco Toyz One:12 Collective series Alien figure, based on the ‘Big Chap’ design from the original film.
The 7 Inch deluxe figure includes an array of accessories such as two Facehuggers in unique poses, a Chestburster, three interchangeable inner mouths, open and closed eggs, a stand, six interchangeable hands and an interchangeable chest plate.
We’ve been ... [Read More]
Filming has wrapped on the production of Predator 5 / ‘Skulls’! Cinematographer Jeff Cutter shared to his Instagram
a clapboard with the film’s working title, displaying the last date of filming and what was presumably the last scene to be shot.
“And that’s a wrap on Skulls! Can’t thank @dannytrs enough for inviting me along on this epic ... [Read More]
The upcoming fifth Predator film with the current working title of ‘Skulls’ is nearing the end of Production in Calgary, Canada. It’s literally scheduled to wrap today but it’s not currently known if it will be extended yet again. The director of the film, Dan Trachtenberg has been occasionally sharing tidbits from the set to Instagram, recently showing off himself wearing ... [Read More]
The Phalanx has arrived! Aliens: Fireteam Elite’s Season One DLC has now been released. The game’s first free content update includes a new class called Phalanx, 4 new weapons – including the EVA laser pistol seen in the Director’s Cut of Alien – and 5 new cosmetic upgrades.
In addition to the free content upgrade, we’re also getting the first piece ... [Read More]
One of the things I truly love about the Alien series is how so many of the entries have such unique styles. It’s as true for the video games as it is for the films. That variety in the types of games is something I appreciate. I love that I can pick up a nonsensical 32 bit Alien shooter dripping ... [Read More]
Before we endured our long wait for the ultimately disastrous
Aliens: Colonial Marines by Gearbox Software, there was another game by the same name of Aliens: Colonial Marines
planned for the PlayStation 2.
This one was being developed by Check Six Games, a short lived studio that developed Spyro: Enter The Dragonfly which released in 2002. ... [Read More]