Salutations, my pensive postage meters. In honor of Prometheus 2: The Search for Michael Fassbender’s Severed Head’s Gold, I bring you an answer to the biggest mystery in the Alien universe. Plus, the best Game of Thrones episode, the age conundrums of both Gotham and the Star Wars prequels, and... (dun dun dunh) I…
Oh good, someone’s decided to make a show out of the comments section. And Twitter. And Reddit. You know what? Basically the internet itself.
Hollywood isn’t exactly known for the most accurate depictions of science and scientists — hence the long tradition of nerd gassing over the details any given film gets wrong. Add one more disgruntled engineer to their ranks who takes special issue with the way bridges are depicted on film.
You may remember that we recently counted down ten of science fiction's most undignified demises. One of the most ignominious deaths was the passing of Donald Gennaro, the lawyer who is consumed whilst sitting on the toilet by a hungry Tyrannosaurus Rex.
Loki terrorizes Cleveland, in set pictures from The Avengers. New teasers will make you hunger for The Walking Dead. And finally, some hints at when Peter Bishop will return to Fringe.
Nothing brightens your day better than a Rube Goldbergian death-trap. Especially when it's being constructed by the ridiculous franchise that is the Final Destination films. So watch the latest trailer for Final Destination 5, and laugh yourself to death!
Could this be the biggest movie summer of all time? It's sure looking like it. Almost every weekend features at least one, and maybe two or three, movies with a science fiction, fantasy or comics pedigree.
The summer of 2010 was a bit underwhelming as far as movies went — but summer 2011's looking like the craziest of them all, with the densest concentration of nerd-candy ever. At least, Jon Favreau is calling it a "bloodbath."
Here are two high tension deadly escapades, from the latest Final Destination film. Yes, they're still making those. I still have a hard time swallowing that death has nothing better to do than kill off kids in clever ways.
The Final Destination is about the same thing all the other Destination movies: writers desperately searching for new and more creative ways to kill people. Remember the exploding vodka computer with the knives? (Although actually, I liked that flick). The series has started to seem very Mouse Trap-meets-Real World,…
A lot of underdog movies are coming out this summer (and some of them will be just plain dogs.) Which of these scrappy up-and-comers will tear out your wallet with its bloody celluloid teeth?