Watch Barry and Iris' Honeymoon Get Interrupted in This Adorable Flash Deleted Scene

By the time The Flash’s midseason finale rolled around, Barry and Iris were already back from their honeymoon after finally tying the knot (and punching some Nazis) in Crisis on Earth-X. What we didn’t get to see though, was that it was cut short in a pretty hilarious fashion, thanks to Ralph Dibny... and Netflix?

Zombie Reboot Day of the Dead: Bloodline Looks Sorta Braindead

The horror world lost its zombie godfather earlier this year when George A. Romero left this mortal coil. But his influence continues to be felt every time the undead roam in search of tasty brains—which they’ll certainly do in Day of the Dead: Bloodline, a “reimagining” of Romero’s classic 1985 film, which just…

Iceman's Finally Tapping Into Its Potential to Tell a New Kind of Queer Coming-of-Age Story

For all the fuss that was made about Marvel’s Iceman series featuring the newly out Icemen (two Bobby Drakes), the book’s been a rather dull rehash of the kind of narrative beats you’d expect from so-so queer YA fiction. This week, though, the series finally did something dynamic with its characters that it should…

Rian Johnson Almost Accidentally Killed Off Captain Phasma in The Last Jedi

Captain Phasma’s exit in The Force Awakens is one of the movie’s most questionable scenes. If you’ll recall, Finn, Han Solo, and Chewbacca dumped her into one of Starkiller Base’s trash chutes, and then destroyed the planet. It was an ignominious moment for Phasma, and one that Last Jedi director Rian Johnson nearly…

Syfy's Happy! Understands the Craziness of Grant Morrison's Comic, But Struggles With the Heart

Originally published by Image Comics in 2013, the Happy! miniseries winningly told the story of a dissolute cop-turned-hitman and his bizarro partnership with a imaginary blue flying unicorn. It was morbidly funny and surprisingly sweet. The new TV show airing this week has many of the same scenes from the original…

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