Because it's hard to fit a Great Wyrm on stage, yo.
If you are going to sit down tonight and watch a post-turkey movie with the assemblage of humans who share your genetic matter, I highly recommend Planes, Trains, and Automobiles. The 1987 John Hughes flick is funny and touching. Watching John Candy play a well-meaning but obnoxious slob is like watching Michael…
"This is actually a test showing how sponges pump water through themselves for filter feeding! They simply colored the water around them so you could easily see the process"
We all know that Disney tends to soften those folk tales that they turn into movies, giving them happy endings, removing the less PG elements. However, there are some stories out there that are just a little too outrageous for even the House of Mouse, and there are quite of few of them that involve maidens.
Can we get a "fuck yeah" for American werewolves? This brand new artwork for Benjamin Percy's novel Red Moon celebrates the blood red in the red white and blue. Makes you want to pump your fist while howling at the Moon.
This glorious 3D rendering of the Klingon K't'inga-class warship will be this week's "starship of the week" over at the site for the upcoming free-to-play browser game Star Trek: Infinite Space, and we've got the exclusive first glimpse.
More evidence that Drive Angry could be the weirdest film in cinematic history. Here is a clip of Nic Cage having sex while in a gun fight. He doesn't even flinch (or take off his clothes).
We've been waiting years for the comic book that tells the backstory of Firefly's Shepherd Book, called The Shepherd's Tale. And now it's finally coming out, written by Zack Whedon from a detailed scene-by-scene outline by his brother Joss.
Everybody's obsessed with whether Meryl Streep will get her thousandth Oscar this weekend, but what about Stan Lee? He works hard too. And in this new Oscar-campaign video, he makes a compelling case for his movie cameos as High Art.