John Carpenter’s 1988 They Live is set in a dystopian version of Los Angeles where aliens are covertly controlling every aspect of human life. It stars a professional wrestler (Roddy Piper, who passed away last year) and contains one of the most epic fight scenes ever. Naturally, it’s a cult classic. But did you know…
This week, Archer meets Lana's parents (well, technically he's met them once before, but ...) on a wild trip to Berkeley that turns into a Bullitt-inspired car chase through San Francisco. And how's this for voice casting: Keith David and CCH Pounder as Dr. and Dr. Kane! Spoilers follow.
Science fiction is an actor's dream. The genre has created some breakout stars, like Harrison Ford, but it's also turned scores of working actors into beloved fan-favorites, who work the convention circuit. But here are 12 great science fiction actors who swing for the fences, and just don't get the appreciation they…
If you've never seen John Carpenter's The Thing, stop reading right now and go rent the damn movie. We're getting into big ol' spoilers for a movie that holds up remarkably well 30 years down the road.
A runaway train full of costumed lunatics made for a weirdly entertaining episode of The Cape, but it's also a great metaphor for the show itself. Here are all the catchphrases from last night's episode that you'll need to memorize.
In NBC's The Cape, Dave Lyons plays Vince Faraday, a cop who assumes the mantle of his son's favorite comic-book hero after he's left for dead by his corrupt police force. How do the first clips look? Spoilers on!