The whole point of a post-apocalyptic story is that someone survives. But when you have a calamity that wipes out 99.9 percent of all humans, then how exactly do you explain the survivors? In honor of the new Maze Runner movie, here are the 14 dumbest ways people survive the apocalypse.
The 1962 "so bad it's great" The Day of the Triffids movie is getting a remake that kind of sounds rather awesome. Mainly due to the people the studio just hired to remake the gigantic, deadly plant movie.
The Day of the Triffids and Assassin's Creed movies both get directors. Simon Kinberg explains how Star Wars: Rebels will show the evils of the Empire on a children's show. And Pan gets a Hook! Carrie Fisher wants to resurrect part of Princess Leia's classic look. Check out a new poster for Hunger Games: Mockingjay …
Director Andrew Stanton talks more about creating the world of John Carter. Simon Pegg joins The Clone Wars. Sam Raimi finds a writer for his Day of the Triffids movie. Plus Matt Smith addresses the latest big Doctor Who rumor!
The Walking Dead carried all our dreams on its undead shoulders. We're all hoping HBO's Game of Thrones will also rule. But sadly, television has an even worse record of adapting books than movies. Here are 10 book-to-television embarrassments.
A new Day of the Triffids movie sounds like a dreadful idea — unless it's true that Sam Raimi is directing. Raimi and Mandate Pictures paid seven figures for the film rights, so it sounds like he's serious about this.
The BBC's three-hour remake of Day Of The Triffids ended the other day, and we're still stuck with mixed feelings. The Triffids themselves are great, but a lot of the other stuff could have been mulched.
It strikes from the darkness, purple leaves flaring as it launches its deadly stinger at your head... the new CG Triffids are definitely scarier than the old foam-rubber versions. But how does the BBC's Triffids remake stack up otherwise?
Bored and sick of the lack of good SF television right now? Don't worry! YouTube wants to take care of you, with many classic - and not so classic - SF shows available right now for your viewing pleasure.
Thursday is Thanksgiving in the US, a time when families gather around the table and chow down on tasty treats. But, when it comes to being eaten, some foods are less agreeable than others; some would rather eat you.
A single book can inspire a wide range of covers, and sometimes those covers can be works of art themselves. We look at some classic science fiction novels and the various covers they've worn throughout the years.
Plant monsters are making a comeback, with The Ruins giving us an ancient Mayan plant thing in theaters and M. Night Shyamalan about to try our patience again with his forthcoming plant toxin movie The Happening. But there's a long history of evil plants on film, which seemingly has been forgotten in these new…