It’s the start of the fall TV season, and this week alone a ton of pilots have aired. You can’t always judge a show by its pilot—they’re usually filmed months before the rest of the show, and terrible pilots lead to great shows and vice versa. So how can you decide which show to invest in? Here are nine signs to look…
This tweet from Priscilla puts a whole new spin on the original 1980s V series. A lot of things about Diana's plans are suddenly starting to make a lot more sense.
Thomas Pynchon isn't exactly the most prolific author on the planet, but his output is still pretty daunting in its sheer weight and complexity. So Vulture has done the world a service, by ranking every Pynchon book from worst (Against The Day) to best (The Crying of Lot 49).
That was the big question I kept asking as I watched the latest episode of this gritty alien-invasion war drama. Plus, why doesn't Tom Mason put together a soccer team to escape from the prison camp? That would have been way cooler. Spoilers ahead...
Television shows often seem to experience huge ratings drop-offs after their first episodes. But even so, this is really something. Intelligence went from 16.6 million viewers in its first week to 6.1 million in its second.
We've often wondered what you would call a remake of Space: 1999, the 1970s series about a Moonbase on the loose, and now we know. The show is being remade by a team that includes the same studio that brought you the V remake, and they're calling it Space: 2099.
This year has been a wild ride for lovers of science fiction and fantasy. Some hugely expensive, massively hyped projects have failed, but also some new mega-hits have been born. Hollywood is struggling with sagging movie ticket sales and TV ratings, and book publishers are facing a rapidly changing world. It's a…
You might have thought ABC's V remake gave us the most cheese-tastic take on the "evil alien queen" trope — but you haven't seen Daryl Hannah in The Last Days of Planet Earth. Her performance is one of our favorite things ever.
Just because science fiction has a low budget, doesn't mean its alien creatures need to look silly or ho-hum. Here are 10 low-budget alien spectaculars that blew our minds.
The Wachowskis' Cloud Atlas movie gains some major stars. New Men In Black III pics feature a pop-art icon. A new Transformers 3 trailer gives a glimpse of John Malkovich. A Total Recall cameo is revealed.
The death of Osama bin Laden doesn't mean the end of terrorism. But it will mean less lazy storytelling about terrorism, for a while at least.
Season three of V is by no means a sure thing: The producers and cast told Wondercon they remain hopeful, but there's no news yet. But one thing is sure: if V comes back, it'll be a totally different show.
An inside source claims to know who Superman is fighting in the new movie. Producer Donald De Line explains Green Lantern's appeal. Plus we sort through the massive Doctor Who media blitz, and ponder a potentially massive Fringe spoiler.
People already find inventive ways to off each other in life and in fiction. The addition of aliens, rocket packs, and transporters only offers them more variety. See the ten most evil murder plots ever to come to fruition.
Sometimes you just need to end the day with some explosions and some people killing weird mega-bats. Here's an awesome sequence from the movie The Cave, in which a bunch of humans take out a nest of hybrid Orc/Cloverfield Monsters.
When the re-imagined/re-booted/re-whateveryouwanttocallit V television series was announced, few people were simultaneously as excited and skeptical as I was. I was — and still am — a huge fan of the original two miniseries from the 80's (the weekly series is admittedly best left ignored, although even that misfire…
As I watched the season finale and, most likely, series finale of V, I was once again struck by how brutally, off-the-charts insane this show is. Incest-laced breeding programs and mother/daughter/grandmother sexual voyeurism and naked torture and psychic drugs and hybrid babies . . . I'm going to miss everything…
Just when the Sandman TV show appeared completely dead, DC Comics' number one writer reveals he's working on it with Neil Gaiman himself. Plus Elizabeth Hurley films her first Wonder Woman scene, Limitless, True Blood and Supernatural spoilers, and more!
The young mutants of X-Men: First Class explain why the movie focuses on more obscure characters. Martin Sheen is amazed with the new Spider-Man Andrew Garfield. Plus a new Prometheus love interest, a massive Doctor Who roundup, and much more!