• Throwback Thursday: ‘—All You Zombies—’ by Robert A Heinlein (1958)

    Posted Thursday, February 2nd, 2017 03:45 pm GMT -4

    It’s Thursday, so you know it’s time to throwback to the great science fiction of the past. As such, I thought we should turn back the clock to 1958, and explore a Heinlein short story, ‘—All You Zombies—’. Do not be tricked. ‘—All You Zombies— is not a lost Heinlein story that explored the world […]

  • ‘Sharknado 5′ Is Going “Fin-Ternational”

    Posted Thursday, February 2nd, 2017 03:00 pm GMT -4

    ‘Sharknado 5‘ is gearing up to begin filming and we’ve just learned that both Ian Ziering and Tara Reid will both officially be returning for the next installment of this fishy franchise. That’s right ladies and gentlemen both Fin Shepard and April Wexler are back and not only that, but principal photography has kicked off […]

  • New Shots From ‘Guardians of The Galaxy Vol. 2′ Highlight Old And New Friends

    Posted Thursday, February 2nd, 2017 02:09 pm GMT -4

    I’m pretty sure that we’re all already in agreement that May 5th can’t come soon enough so we can finally see ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2‘ but today we’ve got some new shots from the film to make the wait even worse. Yes, at this point the teasers are more painful than fun as […]

  • TV Review: ‘Arrow: Second Chances’ (Season 5 Episode 11)

    Posted Thursday, February 2nd, 2017 01:15 pm GMT -4

    ‘Arrow’ delivered pretty well this week, definitely a lot better than the mid-season premiere and the episode featured some great reveals. We got to meet some new characters, had some humorous moments, and even had a little surprise at the end with the true identity of Tina Boland which I honestly did not see coming. […]

  • George R. R. Martin Shares Details On His New ‘A Song Of Ice And Fire’ Short Story

    Posted Thursday, February 2nd, 2017 12:55 pm GMT -4

    While we don’t have new details on the release of ‘The Winds of Winter‘ to share with you, George R. R. Martin has released some great news about a new short story coming out in ‘A Song of Ice and Fire’ series which will be released in the anthology ‘The Book of Swords‘! Word came […]

  • James Mangold’s Explanation Why Professor X Has Hair In ‘Logan’ Makes Sense

    Posted Thursday, February 2nd, 2017 12:20 pm GMT -4

    When they first showed Patrick Stewart returning as Professor X in ‘Logan,’ I instantly had a theory about why he had some hair again and it pretty much matches up with the reasoning that director James Mangold is giving us! The idea is rather excellent as it both appears to fit with continuity and how […]

  • Synth City: AMC Releases New Featurette Going Behind The Scenes Of ‘Humans’ Season 2

    Posted Thursday, February 2nd, 2017 10:30 am GMT -4

    With the premiere of ‘Humans’ Season 2 on AMC this month on February 13th, the network has released a behind the scenes featurette to get fans excited for what is to come in the second installment of the series. For anyone not in the know about the hit international series, ‘Humans’ is a show about […]

  • James Cameron Isn’t Interested In Directing A ‘Star Wars’ Or Superhero Movie

    Posted Thursday, February 2nd, 2017 09:00 am GMT -4

    There are a number of coveted jobs in Hollywood today, but few are as desired as helming a Marvel or ‘Star Wars’ movie. You would think that both young up and coming filmmakers and established veterans have a desire to work in these universes due to their widespread appeal, dedicated fan bases, and various personal […]

  • The Man, The Myth, The Whiner: James Cameron Has A Problem With Mythbusters Debunking His ‘Titanic’ Ending

    Posted Wednesday, February 1st, 2017 09:00 pm GMT -4

    Could Jack have survived the end of ‘Titanic’ had Rose let him climb up on that door raft with him? The question has lingered in pop-culture ever since ‘Titanic’ crashed into movie history back in 1997, with even James Cameron himself guest-starring on an episode of the infamous series ‘Mythbusters‘ to see if they could […]

  • New ‘Legion’ Featurette Asks What’s Real And What’s Not

    Posted Wednesday, February 1st, 2017 08:00 pm GMT -4

    We’re a week away from the premiere of ‘Legion’ on FX and True Believers still aren’t really 100% sure about what they should expect. No matter how many stills, TV spots, or trailers come out, the upcoming X-Men show from Marvel Television and 20th Century Fox is still incredibly mysterious due to the nature of […]

  • The First Behind-The-Scenes Images From The Second Season Of ‘Preacher’ Promises More Violence!

    Posted Wednesday, February 1st, 2017 07:15 pm GMT -4

    The first season of ‘Preacher‘ took the comic’s initial premise and ran in a completely different direction by adding both original material and alternating existing ones all in a way that lead perfectly to just about where the first comic was, and now we’ve got our first look at the second season. Chances are this […]

  • Digital Termination: James Cameron Still Has Some Ideas For The ‘Terminator’ Franchise

    Posted Wednesday, February 1st, 2017 06:30 pm GMT -4

    Despite having finally (after years of pontifications, hype and lead up) finished the scripts for all of those ‘Avatar’ sequels, it seems James Cameron has also taken some time to think about one of his older franchises and ruminate on how he would resurrect the premise to reflect modern times. The franchise at hand is […]

  • (Video) Samara Joins The Mile High Club Of Murder In The First Three Minutes Of ‘Rings’

    Posted Wednesday, February 1st, 2017 05:45 pm GMT -4

    With ‘Rings‘ coming out this weekend we’ve seen the studio pranking people with Samara and now have released the first three minutes of the upcoming film. These three minutes are surprisingly quite action packed and it gives a super brief summary of what happens when you watch the tape and the beginning look at Samara’s […]

  • TV Review: ‘The Flash: Dead or Alive’

    Posted Wednesday, February 1st, 2017 05:11 pm GMT -4

    It’s always a welcome change of pace in a show like The Flash when the sidekick plays the role of hero. This time around, it’s Cisco’s turn to shine as he stands up for the man who, over the last few months, he’s spent more than a few moments putting down and belittling: yes, that […]

  • Chris Terrio Is Picking Up The Pieces Of The Broken Script For ‘The Batman’

    Posted Wednesday, February 1st, 2017 04:25 pm GMT -4

    With a script for ‘The Batman‘ just not coming together and Ben Affleck walking away from the director’s chair, we’ve just learned that Chris Terrio (‘Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice’,’Argo’) has been called in to save the movie’s plot. Having worked with Affleck on ‘Argo’, the upcoming ‘Justice League’, and the film which got Affleck […]