This year Sundance has decided to bring their odd little short film collection straight to the masses. The film festival has created a YouTube channel that is hosting a collection of their participating short films online, and there is some seriously amazing stuff in the mix including one completely insane…
It's hard to imagine what television would look like without The X-Files to borrow from. Tons and tons of television shows have lifted pieces of the classic show's format, about FBI agents and mysterious, sinister events. So it's kind of sad to see that Chris Carter is creating a new show that, at first blush, sounds…
Last night's Warehouse 13 was short on the silly humor the show has made its wheelhouse lately — although there was a bit of fun with Pete was boxing — and instead long on the kind of sentimentality that would feel like ridiculous overkill on most TV shows. And yet, on Warehouse 13, it more or less works perfectly.…
This year has been a wild ride for lovers of science fiction and fantasy. Some hugely expensive, massively hyped projects have failed, but also some new mega-hits have been born. Hollywood is struggling with sagging movie ticket sales and TV ratings, and book publishers are facing a rapidly changing world. It's a…
The Event is dead, but its legacy lives on — in particular, NBC's conspiracy-wrapped-in-slackjawed-bemusement show may have ruined me for pointless riddles and mysteries forever. Ever since watching too many episodes of The Event, I've had a rule of thumb: Any time someone asks a straightforward question on…
Rumors are leaking out that the producers of the The Event are in talks with Syfy to revive the canceled show as a miniseries. According to Deadline Hollywood, "the show's creator Nick Wauters and executive producer Steve Stark told fans that there was a possibility for the sci-fi drama to continue elsewhere."…
It's direwolves versus teen wolves! Next Sunday, MTV's new Teen Wolf series airs right after HBO's Game of Thrones adaptation. Which one are you more thrilled about? Vote in our awesome poll!
When a show gets canceled before its time, it can go out gracefully or it can go out like an oily smack on the trousers. Unfortunately for The Event, we got the full smackage.
Remember how we had a bunch of season finales last week? That was pretty awesome, huh? Unfortunately, though, it means one thing for this week's television: Kind of a slow week. But don't panic! There's still copious televisual greatness ahead!
Head to Cybertron, with an excerpt from the novelization of Transformers: Dark of the Moon. Plus new clips from Super 8 and Green Lantern: Emerald Knights, and two new Tintin posters! And the synopsis for Nacho Vigalondo's new alien-invasion movie.
NBC has jumped this week's upfront celebration early! They've already released photos and clips from their two new Fall 2011 genre shows: the magical cop procedural Grimm and the alternate reality drama Awake (starring Lucius Malfoy)! Watch them now!
The Wachowskis' Cloud Atlas movie gains some major stars. New Men In Black III pics feature a pop-art icon. A new Transformers 3 trailer gives a glimpse of John Malkovich. A Total Recall cameo is revealed.
We've got tons of Avengers plot details...assuming we can believe any of it. J.J. Abrams talks Star Trek 2, while Colin Farrell discusses the Total Recall reboot. Plus a potentially massive Green Lantern spoiler, and is The Dark Tower doomed?
Hear from the director and cast of Thor in a bunch of new interviews. We've got tons of new hints for Neil Gaiman's Doctor Who episode. Plus Amazing Spider-Man, Total Recall casting news, and a new X-Men: First Class trailer!
Four new Green Lantern promos remind us that there are some actual humans in the movie. Plus casting updates for the Fantastic Voyage remake, the adaptation of Stephanie Meyer's non-Twilight book The Host, and Oz the Great and Powerful!
Things moved glacially in last night's episode of The Event, and right-minded people were left yearning tragically for Simon and Sterling to - I dunno - fall in love, or get their own spinoff, or something. They are the only characters I care about!
Zoe Kravitz reveals her role in X-Men: First Class and teases the climactic battle scene. Plus a Supernatural cast rumor, Kristen Bell campaigns for a Hunger Games part, and our first look at Lex Luthor's return to Smallville!
I spend a lot of time griping about The Event because I know it could be an awesome show with just a few tweaks. Last night, we got a glimpse of how cool the series could be.
See Kevin Bacon in action in the new X-Men: First Class trailer. Steven Moffat drops some more seriously tantalizing Doctor Who hints. Plus a Stargate favorite explains why Rise of the Planet of the Apes isn't just another movie.
The head of Marvel Studios reveals what films will follow The Avengers. Matt Smith and Karen Gillan reveal some key Doctor Who plot points. Michael Bay talks Transformers 3, and new director Craig Gillespie discusses Pride and Prejudice and Zombies.