No matter how disastrous your Valentines Day is shaping up to be, just remember: It could be worse. Science fiction and fantasy teach us that candle light and soft music can often lead death, disembowelment or being stuck at a table with a Captain Kirk who won't pay and won't let you finish your pizza.
Sometimes a movie sparks everybody's imagination months before it comes out. When a film gets talked about, that's usually a good thing — and it's an even better thing when it becomes the subject of memes and ideas. Unless those memes totally misrepresent what the movie's about, and wind up killing all interest in…
Television has not deserted you. This very week, Doctor Who delivers a crackerjack finale, Being Human comes back, and Wil Wheaton comes to Eureka. And we have clips below! Also, witness the first meeting of Alyson Hannigan and Seth Green!
Here's your chance to get in on the ground floor of mocking a uniquely hideous TV movie, before your friends discover it. Jennifer's Body premieres on cable. A ground-breaking miniseries explores our energy future. Plus Doctor Who, Futurama and Eureka!
With the year almost over, it's time to look back and wonder if 2009 actually left any wisdom for future generations behind in its whirlwind of franchise-maintenance, Obama-adoration* and dream-crushing. Here are some potential morals from the last 12 months.
Running out of time and money this holiday season? Don't worry - we've got some cheap and heartfelt replacements for the nerd shopper who is out of cash, time or luck. Trust us, they'll love it.
Remember how all the clueless boy-oriented sexbot marketing killed Jennifer's Body, which is actually a nightmarish chick flick about how best friends can turn into monsters? Seems like FOX is still riding the clueless train with its DVD marketing scheme.
Jennifer's Body may not be an artistic masterpiece, but it's a smart, fun horror movie with a big star. It was a cut above the usual B-grade horror fare. So what caused its abysmal box office returns? Misguided, boy-targeted marketing.
I hate chick lit and get bored with torture porn, but it turns out that putting the two of them together creates the proverbial peanut butter chocolate awesomeness. If you eat Jennifer's Body like weird candy, it works. Spoilers ahead!
Delve into slapstick zombie violence with a Zombieland trailer, and witness Megan Fox's descent into ick in a Jennifer's Body TV spot. Super-spoilery Lost set reports, plus Hancock 2 details. Also: Road, Fringe, FlashForward, Smallville, Supernatural, Stargate and True Blood.
We're still a week away from watching Megan Fox snack on schoolboys in Jennifer's Body. In the meantime, we're serving up a list of the other women in science fiction who hunger for human flesh.
Refresh yourself with spoilers! A script review of Nolan's Inception is shocking and possibly accurate. There's thrilling Surrogates footage, and a revealing FlashForward clip. Smallville gets zanier. Plus: Batman 3, Jennifer's Body, Supernatural, Fringe, Warehouse and Heroes spoilers.
Let the Megan Fox boy-feast begin, with the first clip from Diablo Cody's demonic high-school horror feature. So just how exactly do you tempt the guy-linered Emo boy from school to meet you in an empty house?
We're already into September, which means that you've already not only had a chance to get a peek at what movies are being released, but also have possibly already seen at least one of them, and that would be...
The days are already getting shorter and colder, which sounds like the ideal time to start considering spending evenings at your local multiplex, taking advantage of comfy chairs and large screens. But what movies should you see? Here's our guide.
Get a spoiler catharsis with intense teasers and featurettes from Pandorum, Jennifer's Body, 9, Supernatural, Smallville and FlashForward. Crazy Doctor Who rumors! Guess who's wearing the cheerleader uniform on Heroes! Plus Surrogates, Gamer, Dark Shadows, [Rec], Twilight, Lost and Chuck.
Start your week with spoilers! Including trashy Megan Fox pics and bi-curiosity. Set reports for Lost and Doctor Who hint at shocking confrontations. Plus Surrogates, New Moon, Fringe, FlashForward, Caprica, Supernatural, Dollhouse, Stargate, Heroes, True Blood, Chuck, Warehouse and Eureka.