In CSA: The Confederate States of America, the American empire that emerges after the South wins the Civil War builds the Cotton Curtain, a wall meant to keep a bordering nation out of the CSA’s affairs. The twist here is that the wall is on the Canadian border, because the neighboring country wants the CSA to end…
At Halloween Horror Nights, Universal Studios’ annual scare event, you don’t have to look far to find something iconic. There’s The Shining; there’s Freddy, Jason, and Leatherface; Ash vs. Evil Dead; American Horror Story; you name it. The Saw and Insidious franchises are also represented with mazes at the year’s…
Shinichirō Watanabe is one of the most iconic anime directors in the business, thanks to his work on the beloved Samurai Champloo and Cowboy Bebop. But his latest work is an intriguing sidestep: a 15-minute short film set in the world of Blade Runner.
Phil Lord and Christopher Miller have signed on to direct Artemis, a scifi flick based on the upcoming book from Andy Weir, who previously wrote The Martian. This comes after the pair was fired from the Star Wars Han Solo spinoff flick, which was later taken over by Ron Howard.
You might not expect that a show where Anna from Frozen once taught Prince Charming how to sword fight would attempt to handle complex issues like urban development and gentrification. Well dammit, Once Upon a Time just isn’t afraid to go there.
He’s back, and he’s got a scary new ’do: “Josef” (Mark Duplass), title character of 2014 cult horror movie Creep, returns to torment a freshly plucked-from-Craigslist victim in Creep 2. Even if you’ve sworn off found-footage horror, the Creep series has so much nerve-jangling fun with the genre that you really should…
One of the oddest things about watching ABC’s Inhumans series is trying to shake the feeling that, in some alternate universe, it’s probably a good show. All of the necessary components of a good story are there, but it feels like neither ABC nor Marvel really knew how to put them all together.
A million movies have been made about zombie invasions, but very few have focused on what happens afterwards. Do the zombies get cured? How will society rebuild? Will the survivors actually be safe? These are questions without familiar answers in zombie lore, which makes a movie like The Cured immediately exciting.
The last season of Game of Thrones is approaching, and HBO has announced who will be at the helm for its final days—this includes the two guys who brought A Song of Ice and Fire to life in the first place.
After months of anticipation and years in the making, the first reactions to Denis Villeneuve’s Blade Runner 2049 are here. And they’re almost universally positive.
The premiere of Discovery isn’t the only major Star Trek event this week. It’s also the 30th anniversary of Star Trek: The Next Generation, the series that marked a brave new future for the franchise on TV. Like the original Trek, TNG saw its Enterprise crew go on daring, thought-provoking adventures... but it also…
Remember Gareth, the leader of the cannabilistic Terminus faction from Walking Dead’s fifth season? Well, Robot Chicken wanted actor Andrew J. West to reprise the role for a goofy skit for the upcoming Walking Dead special episodes. But it turns out West can’t sing, so the team recruited Daniel Radcliffe instead.
In May of 1963, thousands of black protestors—many of them school children—marched on Birmingham, Alabama to draw attention to the city’s entrenched segregation. Later that year in September, Marvel would publish the very first issue of The X-Men, a series clearly influenced by the Civil Rights Movement.
Never let it be said that the Russian arm of Burger King doesn’t have its priorities in order. While the rest of the world is busy just letting hordes of literal clowns flock to theaters to see their good friend Pennywise eat and murder children, Burger King Russia is trying to keep its country It-free. But not…
If you thought Lego would dial it back after releasing a 7,541-piece, $800 Millennium Falcon, this 3,444-piece version the Joker Manor from The Lego Batman Movie, available starting on November 24, says otherwise.
Star Trek: Discovery’s premiere was littered with references and callbacks to classic Star Trek, to link the show, set 10 years prior to the original series, to its successor. But one of its neatest references barely appeared on screen, and even when it did, you couldn’t really make it out.
On October 30, the world’s first official Godzilla retail shop will open in Japan. It’s called Godzilla Store Tokyo and will be located in Shinjuku.
Mark Hamill discusses the opulence of The Last Jedi’s casino planet. Underworld is heading to TV. Star Trek: Discovery’s Alex Kurtzman plots a course for the show’s future. Plus tons of new pictures from Blade Runner: 2049, new footage from The Gifted, Rick & Morty, and the return of Supergirl. Spoilers now!