Hollywood's addiction to remakes and reboots continues unabated, with dozens of films in development. And meanwhile, bookshelves are straining with hundreds of original, thrilling novels that have never been adapted to the screen. Here's a second dose of our list of books that should be adapted instead of yet another…
Do you think Skeletor, the Joker, Megatron and Lex Luthor have the market cornered on evil? Not so fast. The world of manga and anime is just as full of villains as Western comics and cartoons are, and they’re no slouches in the murder and depravity departments. Here are 11 anime and manga villain you wouldn’t want to…
Rejoice, Guillermo del Toro is getting an HBO series! Originally pitched for the big screen, the manga series Monster has found a home on HBO. Which means there will be blood, and sex, and supernatural strange.
And now, a little adorableness to fill your day. Who needs regular chairs when you can populate your living room with Monster Chairs?!
We're completely smitten with these adorable Star Wars terrariums! There's a little scene from Tatooine, a bit of Endor, and much more. Hell, they even threw in a Sasquatch and Unicorn for good measure. Check them out:
There's art that challenging and art that's a little scary, and then there's art that you wouldn't want showing up in your back yard at night. This bizarre statue sitting off a road in Fredericton, New Brunswick, definitely falls into the latter category. She looks like she might just follow someone home.
If you want to make sure no one touches your journal or that hands stay off your books until you're done reading them, this creepy-cute monster book cover is happy to oblige, baring its teeth at any who dare reach for its spine.
You've seen the adorable teaser trailers for the prequel to Monsters Inc., Monsters University set during Mike and Sulley's college days. Now take a look at a few bits of concept art that reveal MU's campus. We adore the giant monster-shaped building whose mouth is the entrance. Brilliant!
Trademarks an important way for businesses to market their goods to consumers, but sometimes it can be difficult to know whose intellectual property toes you're treading on. Here are six terms and concepts that companies claim to own, and some of them might surprise you.
The subject of this photograph isn't an undead monster dragging its bones across the beach or some macabre temple designed to line up with the sun. It's just the sun peeking through the hollow eye of an ordinary fish skull.
Havana is overtaken by zombies (which the local government protests were sent over by the US). What's left to do now? Start a zombie-killing service. Watch the first trailer for Juan of the Dead.
Looking as gorgeous as Drew Struzan's Super 8 poster, this new batch of concept art images shows J.J. Abrams' early vision for his creature feature (and reveals a few things that changed along the way).
After being called in to rewrite the prequel to John Carpenter's The Thing from scratch, screenwriter Eric Heisserer had a huge task ahead of him. Find out what's getting fleshed out about Carpenter's snowy science lab, and what's left out.
The legendary Mongolian Death Worm is reportedly five feet long, with the ability to spew sulphuric acid and emit a deadly electrical charge. But it's these very qualities that have cryptid seekers searching high and low for the toxic monster.
A working stiff who collects cryptobiological specimens and keeps them from menacing the hapless citizenry encounters a mundane woman who weird stuff constantly happens to. A. Lee Martinez's Monster feels like a sillier version of Joss Whedon's Angel.