Alex Garland’s Sci-Fi Adaptation “Annihilation” Prefers Its People (Spoiler-Full)

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Rainbow refractions spawned from the ineffable “shimmer” form shafts through the foliage and spike the lens, and the DNA oscillating flora and fauna of this jelly dome - a bear harnessing the dying moans and carrion of a human victim (Tuva Novotny as Sheppard) frank among them - instills an uncanny palsy. But don’t mistake your horror as alien, the bear’s anthropoid aspects cause the tremble. Writer/Director Alex Garland has taken high-concept, hard science-fiction material, and cambered it into a domestic parable.

Natalie Portman Battles Biological Terrors in Latest Annihilation Trailer

This morning brings us a new trailer for the Sci-Fi film, Annihilation, showing off the action side of the film, but still looking amazing.  Come inside to check it out!

Natalie Portman Dives Into the Surreal in the First Trailer for...

This morning brings about the first trailer for Alex Garland's, the writer/director of Ex Machina, new science fiction film, Annihilation.  The teaser trailer doesn't give you a lot of information on the story, but it's gorgeous visuals set the tone for an impressive new journey.  Come inside to check it out!

SXSW 2015 Ex Machina Roundtable Ft. Writer/Director Alex Garland and star...

Ex Machina was without argument the hottest premiere at SXSW 2015. The line around Paramount circled back and forth and began wrapping the adjacent building. When Director Alex Garland and stars Oscar Isaac and Domhnall Gleeson hit the stage to present the film, the rally cries violently approved. And the energy wasn't all for nothing, Ex Machina proved exceptionally seductive cinema. I was fortunate enough to attend the Ex Machina roundtable, with Alex Garland, and Oscar Isaac in attendance, to work out some of the big ideas and questions the film provokes. 

All non cinelinx labeled Q's, asked by other Film Journalists. And all non-cinelinx answers Paraphrased.

Focal Point: Ultra HD Snobbery

Some betrayals are hard to forgive in this week's edition of the Focal Point webcomic! There is absolutely no denying that I'm a "snob"...