Move over Ewoks, there’s a new critter in this galaxy. Star Wars: The Last Jedi marks the debut of porgs, a species of alien birds that chill with Luke Skywalker on Ahch-To as he trains Rey in the ways of the Force. They may be cute, but we can’t help but wonder: How do they taste?
Even though Thanos has been trying his damnedest to get her attention for eons, Marvel’s abstract concept of Death’s been spending the bulk of her time lately hanging out with Ben Reilly, Spider-Man’s clone. In this week’s Scarlet Spider, Death visited Ben for a friendly chat about her involvement in the 2016 World…
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In almost every single film Guillermo del Toro’s made, the director creates vivid, imaginative, unforgettable creatures. He also famously writes long, elaborate backstories for all of his characters, whether they ends up on screen or not. So, in The Shape of Water, you’d assume del Toro crafted the ultimate backstory…
Bummed about the decline of the Alien movies? Cheer up! Because Annihilation, director Alex Garland’s scifi follow-up to the excellent Ex Machina, is going to give you what you’ve been missing, right here on planet Earth.
George Lucas offers his thoughts on Star Wars: The Last Jedi. The Goosebumps sequel has found a director. John Cena talks up the Bumblebee spinoff. Plus, Titans could be casting some major flashback sequences, set pictures from Venom, and more. Behold, Spoilers!
With reviews for Star Wars: The Last Jedi out today (including ours), it’s understandable if fans are nervous about spoilers. We totally get it. But this story right here is a safe zone. It’s just some gorgeous, fan-made posters for The Last Jedi to get you excited for the film. No more, no less.
It’s a science lesson, musical, 2001: A Space Odyssey homage, and video game shout-out all in one when an IT guy (Ed Wasser from Babylon 5) who hates cat videos encounters an AI who just wants a li’l internet access in the NASA-created “NOTGLaDOS: Electromagnetic Spectrum The Musical.”
Surely you’re aware of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot. The violent storm is the planet’s most noticeable feature, defining Jupiter in the same way that Saturn is defined by its rings, and Earth is defined by its yapping apes.
There’s always been a unsettling realness to Hot Toys’ absurdly detailed figures. The absurdity of seeing such a lifelike visage in such a small scale is disconcerting. But then there’s the times when such visages aren’t just wildly lifelike, but also boring their tiny little plastic eyes into your very soul.
Christmas is creeping up, which means your gift shopping days are starting to dwindle. We see a lot of great deals every day, but these were our 10 favorites from Tuesday.
At some point in the production of every live-action adaptation of an illustrated franchise, creative teams have to go about the important business of choosing just how closely to hew to the aesthetic style of the source material. Staring into the lead character’s disturbingly large eyes, it’s safe to say Alita:…
By now finding a “haunted” cartridge is a scary video game story cliche, but one series in sells the tale better than the rest. Pokémon’s piracy problem, coupled with fan’s’ hunger to see a mature monster-collecting game allowed “Pokémon Black” to become one of the most famous Pokémon creepypasta to ever dwell on the…
Last weekend, while driving my kid to swim class, I was nodding my head along to the bassline of a song playing in the car. “Do you like this song, Daddy?” my daughter asked. My answer was yes. Yes, I like that one song from the My Little Pony: The Movie soundtrack.
By now, millions of readers across the world are familiar with the tone and voice J.K. Rowling used to approach the main Harry Potter novels, which makes the experience of reading Botnik’s take on the series that much more unnerving. It sounds like Rowling’s writing voice, but it reads like the ravings of a mad person.
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Netflix and Dreamworks Animation have just announced a slate of new animated collaborations set to launch next year. There’s some wild stuff in there, but here’s the big news: She-Ra, the legendary Princess of Power, is back in action.
A day after The Shape of Water led all other films with seven Golden Globe nominations, Guillermo del Toro’s relationship with Fox Searchlight has been solidified. The filmmaker and studio just announced two new genre films, one of which del Toro will write and direct, the other he’ll produce.