When we last saw our brave paladins in Voltron: Legendary Defender, they’d been scattered off to regions unknown after their battle with Zarkon. But it turns out that being separated and flung away to distant parts of the galaxy may come second to the immediate problem of “being eaten by alien wildlife” for at least…
One of the increasingly enjoyable parts of TBS’ People of Earth, a show about an alien abductee support group that isn’t actually wrong about what happened to them, is the development of the aliens as characters. Think...regular office workers who happen to have a particularly weird day job.
Look, we get it—it was a big thing in the old Expanded Universe canon that Thrawn studied the art of different cultures to better understand how they thought tactically. But I think Rebels might be taking Thrawn’s artistic leanings a bit too far in this new clip.
So, as as we’ve already established, “Oh god everything is woefully depressing” is the equivalent of a normal Tuesday on Game of Thrones. But man, these three new clips from season six are united in giving us an update on just how bleak events are for Daenerys, Cersei, and Sansa.
Batman v Superman is almost here, and yet somehow more new footage is dropping every day. A batch of six new clips have been released, including the one above in which Lex Luthor gives Supes a pep talk to fight Batman while Superman looks at Lex like he’s sizing him up for one of his patented neck-snaps.
We’ve got the mother lode of Mad Max: Fury Road footage right here, right now. Behold gratuitous sand ‘sploding mayhem and madness as only Mad Max can deliver. It’s spectacle and blistering stupendousness all on film!
Here's an exclusive look at an icy polar bear autopsy from tonight's episode of Fortitude. Why are they cracking open this magnificent beast? Because this Arctic-set series has gone insane. Spoilers.
Things are not exactly upbeat in these clips from the fifth season of Game of Thrones. In one, we've got Brienne lamenting the state of the world to Podrick, and, in the other, Jon Snow having an intriguing conversation with Mance Rayder.
Lately, Person of Interest has been serving up trenchant commentary about the ways that computers rule our lives, thanks to its story of clashing A.I.s. But tomorrow night's episode is going to go even deeper into our computer dependence — just watch this exclusive clip, where we go inside the real brains of Wall St.
Person of Interest continues to be the best, most thought-provoking show on network television right now. And we're absolutely dying to see how last week's cliffhanger gets resolved. But meanwhile, here's an exclusive clip from tonight's episode in which Reese has finally found a way to watch the new number and play…
Now that everything's changed for the Machine Gang on Person of Interest, they've had to change the way they do business. And in this exclusive clip from tonight's episode, you can see their new headquarters. Plus find out the one cover identity that Reese refuses to take on!
It takes a special breed of traveler to own a VW Vanagon. These quirky people-movers are far from the most luxurious whips on the road but they always seem to arrive at the most scenic of destinations. Or the garage. Because these things break down—a lot.
Layering dozens of asynchronous Gifs onto his digital canvas, Johnathan Gillie creates a hyper-kinetic allegory for our overly-stimulated, technology-saturated modern lifestyles.
Betrayed by his brotherhood, imprisoned by his church, and left for dead by his faith, one pissed-off padre will have his revenge, come hell or high water.
Because nobody likes a quitter.
Mixing elements of Gothic horror and Film Noir with a healthy dose of face-melting psychedelics, Conduit will have you questioning your faith in a higher power and your own ability to sleep tonight.
Watch as a 'chuteless statistician is sucked from an airplane and spends his final moments calculating exactly how many moments he's actually got left. The answer is 3:48.
Because of course Einstein can use the Force. He discovered it.
I don't know about you guys, but there is precisely none chance of me sticking Mr. Wiggly anywhere near that thing.
"Well hello there, nightmare fuel, so nice to see you again. Sleep? No, no, I won't be doing that that tonight, thanks."—you, while watching this