In the midst of the Hollywood blacklist, and almost a year before the infamous McCarthy hearings, Invaders From Mars presents a surreal and paranoid tale of a boy who cried aliens, and is surprisingly listened to by authority figures.
Abbott and Costello already had a very successful career by the time Abbott and Costello Go To Mars came about. They had lampooned the Army, Hollywood, high society and horror films, so with the popularity of the science fiction film flying high, this idea seemed a no-brainer.
Continuing a look at the filming locations from Ant-Man, MCU: Location Scout looks at the building that would be Pym Technologies!
Many people think Irwin Allen is the “Master of Disaster” but George Pal’s When Worlds Collide is a strong contender, which also serves itself up as the first planetary disaster film.
As a tie-in to the Agents of SHIELD: Case Files podcast this month, MCU: Location Scout is looking at some of the locations from Ant-Man.
Only one year after science fiction film exploded in popularity, The Day The Earth Stood Still was released, becoming one of the most important and formative films of the era.
It’s been a week since the Teaser Trailer for Spider-Man: Far From Home was released and MCU: Location Scout is back with a look at the biggest locations shown to us!
In conjunction with last week’s article on Rocketship X-M, Destination Moon helped pave the way for sci-fi films as popular entertainment.
Just over two years ago the first Spider-Man: Homecoming trailer was released. Now, with the release of the first trailer for Spider-Man: Far From Home, MCU: Location Scout will take a look at some cut scenes from that original trailer.
Sci-Fi Saturdays kicks off in earnest with the first major science fiction film of the 1950s.
Monday’s newest preview of Captain Marvel gave viewers the best look so far at the characters and situations of the film, including one desert-based dive-bar called Pancho’s Bar.
Welcome to a new weekly feature here on Retrozap.com called Sci-Fi Saturdays. These posts will explore the history and impact of various science fiction films from its golden age in the 1950s through present day.
Coming Soon! Fans of Science Fiction films get ready! “Jovial” Jay Shepard brings reviews, historical insight and commentary on the history of science fiction film.