Gawker's Cord Jefferson and MSNBC's Chris Hayes look into the unchecked violent culture of young white Americans and wonder what's going to take to get powerful white people to talk about this scourge.
Fringe has already proven that it's willing to take its alternate-universe concept in shocking directions. But the first two episodes of season three have so many mind-blowing, thought-provoking, can't-believe-they-went-there moments, you'll have to watch them twice. Here's our spoiler-free preview.
In the universe of The Vampire Diaries, vampires can eat cheese along with other normal human foodstuffs. Which is a good thing, since The Vampire Diaries is the most awesomely cheesy television program we've seen in years. It's can't-miss television.
Tonight marks the return of alien conquest series V, which is about what happens when the evil lizard people look like Morena Baccarin and can shoot you up with bliss using only their minds. Now's the time to tune in.
Vinconium and Light author M. John Harrison posted a list of "some interesting science fiction" that's been causing lots of discussion — it's not framed as a list of essential SF reading, or the greatest SF books of all time, just books that "turned [Harrison] on when he read them." And yet, it looks like a pretty…
Tonight's Dollhouse episode is clearly better than last week's Britney-wants-to-die splashorama. We got an early review copy a while back, and here's our spoiler-free exultation.
With Kyle XY season three starting up tonight, and the second season DVDs hitting shelves, it's a good time to discover that this "family-friendly" show is actually much cooler than you'd expect.
Released back in 1979, the Japanese movie G.I. Samurai kicks a ton of ass: in it, a squad of Japan's Self-Defense Forces on maneuvers are thrown through a time rift to 16th Century Japan and have to face warlords, calvary, and, of course, ninjas. Led by Second Lieutenant Yoshiaki Iba (Sonny Chiba), the group of…
Tomorrow night sees the start of Torchwood's second season on BBC America. But the U.S. hasn't yet gotten the best spin-off from the BBC's Doctor Who: the Sarah Jane Adventures. Even though Torchwood is (supposedly) aimed at adults and Sarah Jane is for kids, the kiddie show is actually way more fun and brilliant.…