Syfy fans have fallen hard for breakout hit, “Resident Alien,” also streaming on Hulu. Star Alex Barima opens up about why the series is among his most challenging roles to-date, and what to expect for the binge-worthy series.
SYFY’s all new show “Resident Alien” introduces viewers to a unique narrative that brings viewers to the edge of their seats in both excitement and suspense.
Actor Aml Ameen (I May Destroy You) escapes to a world of an alternate reality in Parallel. In the film, he plays multiple versions of a character whose friends discover a portal to parallel universes right in their attic. Ameen logged in with The Knockturnal ahead of Parallel’s debut in theaters and on-demand on Dec. 11, 2020.
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Earlier this March (in between global fridge-foraging and couch-cruising), Freeform debuted its newest supernatural drama Motherland: Fort Salem – a reimagined world where young witches unite to defend the county using the power of their voices and their fists.
During the late 2010s, there was an interesting trend toward high-concept comedies that used outlandish premises to explore political or social issues.
The tag line for Alien (1979), one of the greatest sci-fi films of all time, was “in space, no one can hear you scream.” From the tag line, the vast empty vacuum of space became an excellent environment for horror and sci-fi.
The post-apocalyptic and dystopian future subgenre has an interesting reputation for how it can make the environment a character.
Genre films are so much fun because they transcend audiences.
“Underwater” is a thrilling story about a team of aquatic researchers, plagued by a random earthquake underwater. Like any sci fi thriller, the earthquake was the least of their worries. I think as far as sci fi thrillers go, Underwater went back and forth in tone.