The X-Files, Heroes and Twin Peaks are all coming back to our screens soon, with at least some of the original castmembers returning. Sounds great—except that this sort of thing doesn’t always work out. Here are the most ignominious examples of classic TV shows that were reanimated...but they came back wrong.
Galactica 1980 is full of ridiculous things, including the Battlestar Galactica crew giving a small child a mind-control device. And trying to team up with the Nazis. But nothing is as ludicrous as this scene, where a Cylon centurion comes too close to its most deadly nemesis: a microwave oven.
Still stumped on a Halloween costume idea? Maybe you can take your cue from these Halloween-loving characters from science fiction and fantasy. Check out what these folks wear to celebrate the season of horror.
Hello all. I'm sorry I haven't been getting this to you as often, but please enjoy today's Disaster.
Looking through a copy of the comic catalog Previews recently, I realized how many canceled TV shows have been spun off into ongoing comic series: Buffy, Farscape, Jericho, even Galactica 1980... Why can't we say goodbye to things we love?
Galactica: 1980 is coming back from the television grave - or, at least, from almost 30 years ago - courtesy of Green Lantern movie writer Marc Guggenheim and comic publisher Dynamite Entertainment.
Planet Earth might be home sweet home, but is it really humanity's birthplace? We explore science fiction stories where humans come from everywhere but Earth, be it by colonization, alien experiments, or good old-fashioned panspermia.
This scene from Galactica 1980 gave me some weird nightmares when I was a kid, and it still creeps me out now. Every time people discuss what will happen when the new Battlestar Galactica finally reaches Earth, this scene flashes before my eyes, and I shudder. So I thought I would share it with you. Seriously: what…