In a couple of days, Hollywood will unleash its latest fairytale movie on the world. The Huntsman: Winter’s War is the followup to Snow White and the Huntsman, one of many fairytale movies that missed the entire point of making such a movie in the first place. Is it even possible to make a decent live-action…
Now that HBO’s Game of Thrones has stoked the public’s appetite for quality fantasy TV shows, other TV networks need to get in the game. There’s a gold mine of good and/or cheap (mostly cheap) ‘80s fantasy movies just begging to be remade into modern TV series — here’s nine of ‘em.
If you're a die-hard Willow fan (like myself) you know there's a huge continuity error in Ron Howard's fantasy epic — in the form of a missing magical acorn. Willow is given a total of three magical acorns before he starts on his "fellowship of the baby" quest. But he never uses the third, and he pretends like they're…
This week’s DVD and Blu-ray releases has something for everyone! Tiny magicians! Busty cartoon ladies! Nautical tigers! A blob! If you can’t find something you like in these listings, then… well, you’re probably just waiting until The Hobbit comes out next week.
Artist kishokahime combines the movie and TV heroines she loved as a child with her even deeper love for Art Nouveau to create a series of striking portraits ornamented with details from each lady's respective medium.
For every birthday-suit shapeshifter to appear on True Blood or denim-short teen wolf to pop up in the Twilight books, there are dozens of science fiction and horror narratives informing us that polymorphing into a marmoset, wombat, or whatever would legitimately suck. Here are ten squirm-inducing transformations that…
There are many talented comic book illustrators out there, but very few do "sublimely gorgeous" quite like artist David Mack.
Becoming a Jedi Knight is not unlike being conscripted into the Mickey Mouse Club. You need a fresh face, a pleasant demeanor, preternatural "it factor," and voilà! You're suddenly living inside a space ziggurat with Samuel L. Jackson.
Despite boasting memorable scenes of Val Kilmer going barbarian and the most phallic dragon in movie monster history, Ron Howard and George Lucas' 1988 fantasy film Willow didn't tear up the box office.