What We Left Behind, a crowdfunded documentary on the history and impact of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, has hit a few snags.
Authorities evacuated tens of thousands of people from 224 points on the Indonesian island of Bali this weekend after the eruption of Mount Agung, which spewed gigantic clouds of potentially life-threatening ash into the atmosphere, CNN reported.
In a wide-ranging interview, the director sheds some light on the long gap between the first Avatar film and its several planned sequels, as well as offering some insight into his return to the Terminator franchise.
The actor has gone and spoiled the surprise, hasn’t he? After appearing in a cameo in Justice League, Joe Manganiello has posted a picture of himself in costume as Deathstroke, one of the deadliest assassins in the DC Universe. He’s looking good, but the appearance of a second live-action Deathstroke raises an…
This is a love story. About a bond as eternal as never-ending breadsticks, a relationship as grand as the Tour of Italy, a kiss as luscious as fettuccini Alfredo. It is the story of a couple about to welcome their first child into the world with love and hospitaliano.
Women in Blade Runner 2049 are constantly objectified by the world around them, turned into automated helpers, puppets, and sex toys. The post-dystopia built by director Denis Villeneuve is cruel and dehumanizing to everyone, but especially to women.
Being a Star Wars actor has perks. There’s the money, and the fame, and, of course, the elaborate Lego sets.
Dying would look a lot cuter.
Let’s go to space, everybody.
Giving a character a tragic past can be trickier than it looks. Done incorrectly, it can come off as forced, awkward, or contrived. Avatar: The Last Airbender shows how to get it right.
Kids these days. What with their fidget spinners and shooty games and invasive neural implants.
We’re in it. The time is now. The scary time. That time of year when it’s just a little too cold for summer tires, but just a little too warm for winter tires. You know that one is way better than the other in the cold, but it’s so much more than a tread pattern. Here’s Engineering Explained on why.
The work comics creator Art Spiegelman put into Maus, the haunting and haunted story of his father’s experience in the Holocaust and the way it shaped his family history, is incredible. Every page is a meticulously arranged, each panel expressing itself individually and working in concert with a larger, more elaborate…
Kylo Ren is a dedicated collector. It takes resourcefulness to find, and preserve, the half-burnt helmet of Darth Vader to serve as a centerpiece of one’s very own evil family shrine. Fortunately, the rest of us won’t have to go through the trouble, because Hot Toys has us covered.
Everyone’s going on about how Joe Manganiello’s Deathstroke will fit into the DCEU, and whether the actor has what it takes to carry a big-budget superhero flick. What we need to be thinking about is how wild it is that he played Flash Thompson in Sam Raimi’s first Spider-Man movie.
If we’re ever going to truly understand how our Universe works, we’ll need to take lots of different measurements, but measuring can be one of science’s most difficult tasks. How, for example, do scientists measure an invisible thing that passes directly through solid matter without stopping? The inventions scientists…
A serial killer, dressed ghoulishly as Santa Claus, has been vanquished—but someone needs to land one final blow to make sure he’s in the grave for good. Anyone who’s seen a slasher movie will know who should swing that bat, but Nicholas Payne Santos’ Holiday Fear has a wickedly fun time getting there.
Sometime in recent history, Black Friday morphed from a day of markdowns that kicked off the Christmas-shopping season to a contact sport. But horror movies have long since viewed the mall as a breeding ground for terror. What’s scarier than being trampled by frenzied bargain hunters? Read on.
Welcome back to Toy Aisle, io9's weekly roundup of the coolest toys we’ll inevitably be spending all our hard earned money on by next Black Friday. We’ve got adorable Lego Justice League members, swanky Star Wars guards, and the most ridiculous four-wheeler any kid could want. Come take a look!