Tag Archives: Alien

Film Review: Invader Zim: Enter the Florpus Proves A Successful Alien Invasion Into Nostalgia Culture

The Pitch: In 2019, the cult of strange bedfellows culminates in mainstream media’s lust after reboot culture and none other than Invader Zim. Of course, this tracks with the program’s history: In 2002, beloved kids network Nickelodeon sent Zim to Earth in hopes of tapping a pre-teen market. They did so by way of creator

Black Label Society announce fall 2019 North American tour with The Black Dahlia Murder and Alien Weaponry

Black Label Society will embark on a North American headlining tour this fall, with support from The Black Dahlia Murder and Alien Weaponry. The just-announced month-long outing kicks off September 11th in Ventura, California, and runs through an October 13th show in Jacksonville, North Carolina. Black Label Society frontman Zakk Wylde, who also plays guitar

Alien Turns 40: Tom Skerritt on Believing In Ridley Scott and Why Women Are Stronger Than Men

“Ripley, when I give an order I expect to be obeyed.” Despite having one of the earliest deaths in the franchise, Captain Arthur Dallas remains an iconic hero in the Alien universe. Naturally, much of that appeal has to do with the talent behind the character: Mr. Tom Skerritt. At the time, Skerritt was arguably