There’s a lot of comparisons to be drawn between this weekend’s “The Pyramid at the End of the World” and its preceding episode, “Extremis”—mainly in that they’re both setup for a story that’s really yet to shift into high gear. But, they’re also both examples of how Doctor Who can transform a humdrum episode into…
Welcome back to Giz Asks, a series where we ask experts hard questions about science, technology, and humanity’s future. Today, we’re on the quest to find “the hungriest” animal.
Get a look at a new alien world from Thor: Ragnarok. Finn gets a shiny new weapon in The Last Jedi. The Defenders showrunner teases some big action for Sigourney Weaver’s villain. The best candidate for Doctor Who’s next Doctor drops out of the race. Plus, new Transformers: The Last Knight footage. Great Hera, the…
We all have them. Our guilty pleasure movies. Movies we like that we don’t like to tell other people. Films that bring us unbridled joy while making others cringe in pain. Films so many people hate but you just, somehow, for whatever reason, love. This is my list.
In Tim Burtons’ B-movie spoof Mars Attacks!, aliens invade Earth after a series of made-up cultural misunderstandings. However, what if they had waited a thousand years to make First Contact? Well, you’d probably get a decapitated Cornelius.
You should probably be playing video games on your microwave or doing absolutely anything other than watching it slowly count down while your leftovers are getting nuked.
So many characters have come and gone on Game of Thrones, sometimes it’s almost impossible to keep track. If you need a refresher on who’s kicked the Westerosi bucket, and how exactly they left this mortal coil, this hand-drawn video montage should do the trick.
J.K. Rowling may be busy working on the second film in her Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them trilogy, but one fan film is getting reading to tell us a much cooler story: How He Who Shall Not Be Named became, well, He Who Shall Not Be Named.
Ah, the good old days of early 2000s internet, when you could easily share copyrighted music on YouTube, Facebook poking was still a thing, and Instant Messenger could make or break a friendship.
Looks like the hype was real. Disney’s ride for Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy—Mission: Breakout! opened at Disney’s California Adventure on Saturday... and the effects could literally be felt everywhere in the park.
Rumors have been circulating for months that Luke and Leia would finally reunite in Star Wars: The Last Jedi, thanks in no small part to their touching Vanity Fair portrait. Our collective hopes skyrocketed when it appeared Star Wars expert Pablo Hidalgo revealed their reunion in the upcoming film— but according to…
After a trip sideways into a false world last week, Doctor Who thrust itself into the here and now for this week—and after some slow-burning intrigue, it ramped up the villainous Monk’s plans all the way to 11. Let’s talk about just how the hell the Doctor and Bill will get out of this one in our weekly,…
John Williams was recently presented with an honorary doctorate in music from Harvard University, and since they couldn’t sneak an entire orchestra onto the stage, one of the school’s most famous a cappella groups took it upon themselves to pay musical tribute to Hollywood’s most iconic composer.
On Wednesday, May 17, 2017, Kingston Frazier’s last full day on earth, he rode the bus home from North Jackson Elementary School. He was excited because he knew that he would be graduating from kindergarten to first-grade the next day.
Stephen Amell, better known as Green Arrow from CW’s Arrow, proved he’s not just cosplaying as a powerful vigilante... he’s a true American Ninja Warrior.
Lovecraftian horror is a tricky genre to nail down. The creeping sense of dread, of being locked in the throes of insanity, has to have some basis in your own imagination—giving it form or name often softens the scares. The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker, which hit Steam last week, is a slow burn. It’s not…
Philip Pullman is back with his first addition to the His Dark Materials saga in almost two decades. We now know what the first novel in The Book of Dust trilogy will be called and, roughly, what it’s about. There’s even an excerpt out for fans eager to dive back into Lyra’s world.