When Factory released their first Direwolf Puppy plushes, we were wounded innocents still in a post Red Wedding haze. But we've grown up, as has Game of Thrones - and thus, so must the plushie merchandise.
When Marvel announced that its next round of movies would include a Captain Marvel movie, we were thrilled. Yes, a major Marvel movie featuring a popular and wonderful female superhero. But amidst that celebration, let's not forget there are still tons of worthy female superheroes who would make excellent movie stars.
While the whole internet is squabbling over who will be the next Ant-Man director (now that Edgar Wright has parted ways with Marvel) another piece of news has dropped: Alleged Ant-Man director hopeful Ruben Fleischer may direct an even bigger franchise, Ghostbusters 3.
It's a name, an event, a label, and even a comic or two. If you've seen Dark Horse's Project Black Sky — and given that the first comic was the best offering at this past Free Comic Book Day, I hope you have — you've entered into a complex world of heroes. Here's what you need to know.
Does anyone want to see a Beowulf show without a naked Angelina Jolie? Syfy is banking on yes, and readying a fantasy series about everyone's favorite 3,000-line poem.
There are a ton of Doctor Who photos, and the Jessica Jones TV series has a showrunner. Independence Day 2 gets a new release date, and next year will see two Hercules films. New versions of Ghost and Tales from the Darkside are coming to TV. Plus, a toy line gives a glimpse of Captain America 2's costumes. Spoilers…
Last night at the annual Tony Awards, the soon-to-be-on-Broadway musical Ghost showed off a little scene of supernatural singing. Based on the 1990s movie starring Patrick Swayze, a ghost — represented as a ghost on stage by the blue light that follows him — stalks his non-dead girlfriend. Here's the Broadway cast…
Masaki Batoh — formerly of the Japanese experimental rock band Ghost — has recorded an album using a "brain pulse machine" (BPM) that translates brain waves into weirdly haunting and disturbing tones.
Rumor has it Daniel Radcliffe's new ghost picture The Woman In Black is exceptionally stylish, but one question still remains — is it scary? Here are three spirit-filled clips to help you decide. The Woman in Black hits theaters this Friday.
Forget the tired Ghost Hunters franchise, Syfy has finally made a reality show that will actually freak you out. We've screened the first episode of Paranormal Witness and we can attest: This sh*t is scary!
Did you know there was a musical in London based on Patrick Swayze's 1990 movie Ghost? And no, apparently it's not just two hours of people wearing white sheets, singing "Unchained Melody." Watch the trailer now.
Toby Whithouse, creator of the original British Being Human, has released his spin-off Becoming Human, which is basically Being Human set in high school. So double the angst and awkwardness, but keep that cheeky wit. Watch the first episode now.
Last night, the world finally got to see the U.S. version of Britain's monster hit, Being Human. We've given you our initial reactions, but now let's get down to the nitty-gritty details. What worked and what didn't? Spoilers ahead.
Filipino horror film The Gravedancers was acclaimed by the After Dark Horror Fest, and now it's available on Netflix streaming and on DVD. But is it worth your attention? We investigate. Spoilers ahead...
The tables have turned, America! No longer are we stealing creepy girl ghost stories from Japan. Now, Japan's remaking our supernatural cinema. Here's the trailer for Japan's gender-swapped remake of the Patrick Swayze flick Ghost, complete with sexy pottery.
Syfy's remake of Being Human already underway, we asked the BBC's vampire, werewolf, and ghost for their advice to their American counterparts. They also tease what's to come and discuss whether Being Human could ever crossover with Doctor Who.
Romcoms have a long history of abusing magic. Need to change a misogynist? Give him a curse. Got a protagonist who doesn't appreciate life? Kill her. Here's our list of the worst magic exploitation flicks, in order of awfulness.
The latest late night wars have proven to be more riveting (and fun) than any trade dispute between the Galactic Republic and Trade Federation. We thought we'd help NBC out by offering eleven suitable replacements for either Jay or Conan.
Patrick Swayze's untimely death has left us with his legacy of paranormal romance, crime-funded surfing, and, of course, dirty dancing. But if the writers of Zombieland had their way, Swayze's final role would have been that of a Ghost-lampooning zombie.