In Jacob Chase’s horror short Larry, a bored parking-lot attendant discovers an abandoned iPad loaded with a children’s story about a lonely monster. Very, very, desperately lonely. Also in the market for a best friend. And very fond of lurking in empty parking lots at three in the morning.
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Our latest look at Black Panther comes courtesy of Marvel Japan, and it’s jam-packed with new shots and teasers for arrival in the world of Wakanda. Most importantly, it gives us basically everyone kicking some serious butt, including T’Challa and his big rival, Killmonger.
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A long-ish time ago (1967) in a galaxy not so far away (the University of Southern California), a student named George Lucas was hard at work on a short film with a long title: Electronic Labyrinth: THX 1138 4EB. This landmark early work is online for the first time, thanks to scifi channel Dust.
Friday was a snow day in Austin, Texas. I told my daughter she couldn’t just watch videos all day. This is what she made.
President Donald Trump has signed a directive that authorizes NASA to return American astronauts to the Moon—a mission that would lay the foundation for a possible mission to Mars. The renewed emphasis on space exploration, said Trump, is to ensure America’s primacy in space, to protect its citizens, and to create…
There was a lot—a lot—that went wrong in the culmination of the original X-Men movie trilogy. For starters, it tried to go all-in with its own version of the iconic Phoenix saga from the comics, but did so while shunting aside Famke Janssen’s Jean Grey to supporting-role status. Now that the next generation of X-films…
We all have incredibly petty hills to die on when it comes to the series we love. Paul McGann is the best Doctor. Deep Space Nine is better than The Next Generation. Superior Spider-Man was good. Here is my pettiest hill, though it’s one I’m still prepared to die on: Star Wars’ A-Wings are for losers, and I am…
Back in the early 1950s, a ventriloquist named Paul Winchell had a TV show that featured his dummy named Jerry Mahoney. The program was a hit and is perhaps most notable today for featuring Carol Burnett’s TV debut. But even if you’re not interested in ventriloquism, one episode from December 20th, 1953, will be…
Ever since The Last Jedi had its grand preview unveiling at Star Wars Celebration earlier this year, Mark Hamill has made it clear—very clear—that director Rian Johnson established a very different journey for Luke Skywalker than one Hamill had imagined, or even agreed with at first. But now, days before it hits…
Against all odds, the rebooted Planet of the Apes trilogy is actually extremely good, and you can get all three films on Blu-ray for just $18 right now.
It’s hard to believe that it’s been just five months since Marvel and Comixology first launched their digital series partnership with a revival of Iron Fists. Since then, a Thor/Hulk team-up and another Black Panther spinoff have joined the lineup—and a fourth series is on the way in the form of an Avengers throwback.
It’s hard to tell when Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle star Jack Black is being serious or not, and this latest stunt is no exception. Black has “revealed” that he and co-star Nick Jonas (formerly of the Jonas Brothers) have written an epic theme song for the upcoming jungle romp. At least, I hope so.
Maybe it’s because there’s a quasi-religious spiritual energy at the heart of the mythos, but people tend to be very serious about Star Wars. But the movies, TV shows, books, and other creations have a long, important history of memorable humor and Rian Johnson thinks it’s a vital part of the franchise.
The longer Game of Thrones has gone on, the more and more it’s plunged into the nitty-gritty of George R.R. Martin’s fantastical setting and its most obscure concepts—so it’s good that HBO’s home releases are packed with little animated primers to keep you in the know when it comes to Westeros’ long history. And this…
We all knew Rick’s siege against the Saviors couldn’t work. There’s no way our heroes could fight an antagonist so powerful and defeat him with a single attack. Moreover, we knew Negan would never be beaten in a mere mid-season finale. So the question wasn’t if Rick was going to lose, but what he was going to lose.
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