A thriller that has a clever fact-based hook. The protagonist is an ordinary man who discovers that people he has never met have somehow seen him in their nightmares.
Ghost House has acquired rights to a website that was created by Italian sociologist Andrea Natella to connect those who saw the actual man in their dreams.
Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg’s This Is the End. Edgar Wright’s The World’s End. Marc Forster’s World War Z. Paul Middleditch’s Rapture-Palooza. All of these films deal with, or at least thematically hint at, the apocalypse. Hell, Craig Robinson was even in two apocalypse comedies this summer that opened in the same month!
With that in mind we thought it would be fun to take a look at some real-life end of the world scenarios with artist Ron Miller’s (via The Smithsonian) visual representations of what they might look like.
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Smell that? That’s the unmistakable aroma of humanity’s nearing doom, having opened its box of death and broken promises all over you. Don’t move. Let it love you, just as you let me love you on a daily basis. So it would seem no one at Planetary Resources Inc. has sat down with Dead Space, because if they had they wouldn’t be bringing humanity closer to realizing the events in that terrifying game with their ambitious new project. You’re probably wondering what I’m going on about, so let me take a minute to explain. Earlier this week a group of billionaires got together to announce the first asteroid mining company ever. Something like this has never existed and there’s a pretty recent horror game that offers a pretty damn good reason for that. Head past the break for more. READ MORE