Not saying that Sacha Baron Cohen will actually pay you $100 if you can watch this trailer for his new spy-fi comedy all the way through. Just that he will owe you $100. Be warned: The trailer really goes off the rails in the last 20 seconds or so.
We may never get another big-budget Doctor Who movie, now that Harry Potter director David Yates seems to have abandoned his plans. But it appears there will be a theatrically released film connected to Doctor Who, sooner than you expect.
A group of teenagers jams on a train, not realizing that they’re actually on the special train where God and Satan are debating theology and watching crappy short horror films. It can only be the classic Night Train To Terror.
Seriously, I’m asking, because I don’t know the answer. It’s not that the jokes aren’t funny—some of them were super funny, although last night’s series premiere was definitely hit and miss. It’s more that this whole concept is just wrong for the freaking Muppets. And then there’s Miss Piggy. Sigh.
The X-Files, Heroes and Twin Peaks are all coming back to our screens soon, with at least some of the original castmembers returning. Sounds great—except that this sort of thing doesn’t always work out. Here are the most ignominious examples of classic TV shows that were reanimated...but they came back wrong.
This ping pong bot is so good it doesn’t even need to watch the ball, it just—OH MY GOD IT’S EYEING THE CHILD.
Dig is the latest TV series to try and spin Biblical prophecies into conspiracy-mongering. Basically, God has left a bunch of holy nukes laying around and some fanatics are getting their hands on them. Why would God do that? More to the point, why does God allow such awful television to exist in the first place?
We could be losing another great science fiction bookstore soon. Citing an increase in the local minimum wage and pressures from Amazon.com, Borderlands Books announced a plan to close by the end of March. This would be a huge blow not just to San Francisco, but to science fiction authors who made this store a regular…
Nic Cage has pushed the limits of acting in the past — but with Outcast, his new movie coming out next week, he's redefining acting completely. Just watch the Shatnerian delivery of "I AM the White Ghost!" and the bizarre line-reading of "Their blood will be ON OUR BLADES!" It's just... sublime. Watch the trailer for…
Last week we gazed into the abyss, and the cold, dead eyes of the new International Rescue team from Thunderbirds gazed back. As movies and TV constantly seek to strip-mine your nostalgia for profit, redesigns like this are common. And sometimes, they go very wrong. Here are 11 awful makeovers of our childhood…
We try to be as accepting of weird bugs and their freaky body parts as possible around here, but a newly published study features pictures so vile, even people whose jobs revolve around insects think they're gross. So, naturally, we're going to show them to you.
Admit it. You know perfectly well what this is. You know exactly where it's going. And you're going to watch it, because you already know it's perfect.
No? Really? Oh. Well, since you're here, it looks like this.
"Nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood." So said Marie Curie, a brilliant scientist who had clearly never heard of the horrifying Hawaiian caterpillars that dine on living flesh. Here, we explore how evolution came to play this cruel joke on us all.
Are you ready for more shows about how geeks don't understand humans and emotions and regular social interactions and how to tie their own shoes? Well get ready. In the wake of the success of Scorpion, USA Network is rushing ahead with Mr. Robot, a show starring Christian Slater.
Watch the skies for falling geometric shapes, because Tetris is the latest game that is being adapted as a feature film. So how on Earth is this going to work?
For the first time, filmmakers in the forests of Borneo's Mount Kinabalu have documented the so-repulsive-it's-captivating behavior of a large, red, worm-guzzling predator. While it remains unclassified by science, the animal is known to the area's tribespeople, fittingly, as the "Giant Red Leech."
Pigeons are everywhere. New York City, alone, is thought to harbor as many as 7-million of them. But where are all the dead pigeons? The short answer: Inside other animals. The long answer – horribly, but necessarily – involves GIFs.