It was recently revealed that the main character of Star Trek: Discovery, Lieutenant Commander Michael Burnham (Sonequa Martin-Green), was raised by Spock’s parents and is, therefore, Spock’s adopted sister. And my reaction was, “How many secret siblings does Spock have?” Because we’ve gone down this road before. It’s…
Last week, Entertainment Weekly published a feature where Henry Winkler and William Shatner promoted a new project while apologizing for an old, bad one. Shatner offers his regrets for the infamous Star Trek V: The Final Frontier, while passive-aggressively blaming Paramount anyway. Fun!
You don't have to love a movie to rewatch it obsessively. In fact, hate-watching may be the most compulsive reason for endless rewatches. Sometimes you don't fully appreciate a film's awfulness until the sixth (or 30th viewing). Which science fiction or fantasy film do you hate, but rewatch over and over?
Lone Ranger got treated to some rough justice at the box office this last weekend, and nobody shed a tear. But it's not the first flop that actually deserved its fate. Even though plenty of decent movies tank for dumb reasons, sometimes justice really is served. Here are 10 movies that bombed because they were awful.
What would Star Trek V have been like if Leonard Nimoy had played both Spock and his misguided brother Sybok? Answer: Probably still pretty terrible, all other things being equal.
The real Mystery Science Theater 3000 could never afford to tackle big-budget disasters like Star Trek V, but that didn't stop an intrepid group of fans. The fan MST3K of The Final Frontier is a thing of beauty.
Now that we're already discussing Iron Man 3, and filming may soon start on the Superman Returns sequel, it's a good time to look at science fiction's wreckage-strewn history of bad and weird sequels. From the crazy dancing in The Matrix: Reloaded to the crazy dancing in Spider-Man 3, few genres have created as many…