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According to ScreenRant, Marvel’s most aristocratic giant monster, the Great Dragon Fin Fang Foom, will be making an appearance in Iron Man 2 (US-2010; dir. Jon Favreau). Don’t get too excited though, as he will only be there as an … Continue reading
With the success of the ultra-low-budget ghost flick, Paranormal Activity (US-2007; dir. Oren Peli), it’s perhaps only to be expected that others would attempt to leap on the bandwagon. Infamous bandwagon leapers, The Asylum — known for producing cheap “spin-offs” … Continue reading
A new discovery — the Bearsharktopus: Source: BoingBoing via David Carroll
With trailers for Terminator Salvation appearing on the web, and ahead of the much-anticipated June release of this fourth Terminator film, the Backbrain approached the producers for an interview. Christian Bale wasn’t available, but we were lucky enough to score … Continue reading
Today, Undead Backbrain brings you proof of a dire plot! A few years ago, in the depths of Ohio, an evil genius named Jeff Boddy began making giant robots. They took varied form, some even looking like… well, houses with … Continue reading
From the Onion:
Here’s a clever and very funny faux trailer for a non-existent schlock-horror B-film, Attack of the Killer Parasites. Inspired by real life parasitic monsters and using public domain footage, mentalfloss.com has added to the ambiant level of paranoia currently terrorising … Continue reading
Rumour has it the Too Many Monkeys Production Company made this fake trailer for the Sci-Fi London 2003 film festival fake trailer competition. It’s for a [non-existent] film called Attack of the Giant Radioactive Robot Women from Venus (2003), which … Continue reading
From clubdesmonstres.com via Kaiju Search-Robot Avery [Note: check the comments to find out about this shot. Seems it’s a “manipulated” picture. Reptisaurus was not even there at the time! When asked about it, he commented: “I’ve never been to Club … Continue reading