Syfy’s Nightflyers has an idea of what it wants to be—the next sci-fi horror, taking the best parts of The Expanse and Event Horizon and fusing them with George R.R. Martin’s beloved novella. The pieces are there for a good show, with a group of (mostly) talented actors and a promising story. Sadly, based on the first…
The ‘80s were a turbulent time. The Drug War, the Cold War, the plague of teen assassins roaming the land. That sounds about right, yeah? Right?
“Our mission was clear,” intones the new trailer for Syfy’s upcoming adaptation of George R.R. Martin’s sci-fi horror novella, Nightflyers. “Make contact. Bring back solutions for our dying planet.” You ain’t fooling us, Nightflyers—we can tell that your real mission is to scare the hell out of everyone.
What do you do when the world, both mundane and magical, have been turned upside down...but the one person needed to “FIX! THIS!” doesn’t know what the fork you’re talking about? Surround yourself with kittens, of course. The Magicians has revealed its season four release date and shared the first clip featuring the…
The Main Man is here, and he’s looking...well, he’s certainly looking like a rough and ready take on DC’s wisecracking interstellar bounty hunter.
Turns out, should Krypton be believed, the story of how Superman’s homeworld eventually blew the hell up was way weirder than we ever knew. That’s thanks to the magic of time travel—and also the DC Entertainment show’s innate desire to throw any character it can into the mix. The latest attempt, Lobo, now has a face…
While Quentin Coldwater might technically be the central focus of Lev Grossman’s book series The Magicians—as well as Syfy’s adaptation of the series—a new comic book from Boom Studios is set to explore the life of one of Brakebills’ largely unsung heroines.
For years, the Sharknado film series has offered some of the most ridiculous nonsense to ever grace television. A one-off attempt at B-movie glory that struck apparent gold for Syfy, the series is now six movies deep, and, well, there’s only so much left to do.
There was a grim moment this spring when Syfy announced that The Expanse’s third season would be its last on the network—and the future of the beloved sci-fi series was in serious doubt. But with Amazon stepping in, The Expanse will be back, and last week at San Diego Comic-Con, we got a chance to talk to showrunner…
Ever wonder what it would be like to be worshipped by aliens—meaning the ones in Toy Story, who worshipped their almighty metal god the Claw?
Take me down to The Purge City, where the grass is green and the murders are plenty. One of San Diego Comic-Con’s strangest experiences is a shopping emporium for helpful citizens looking to survive the annual Purge—or participate in a bit of consequence-free mayhem.
If you thought your high school years sucked, hey, at least you weren’t at a school full of people explicitly trained to kill you.
When Krypton returns for its second season, it’s going to be bringing with it some familiar faces, along with some deep cuts from far back in the DC Comics universe.
How do you get people interested in watching your show? Syfy’s new show Nightflyers has a very interesting, very unique, and very gruesome approach; killing the main character in the very first scene of the very first episode.
This week, The Expanse wrapped up its third season with a thrilling two-part finale, making fans even more excited that the show survived its brief cancelation scare. Season four will surely bring awesome new stories, but season three—the scifi standout’s strongest to date—will be hard to beat, and here’s why.
Boy howdy, if I wanted to see a bunch of people being brutally murdered on the one night a year they can, I sure came to the right place. I am of course messing with you: I have no desire to see any of that. Not that it matters, the debut trailer for USA’s The Purge TV has nary a body in sight. But there is some…
The Expanse bid farewell to Syfy (ahead of its season-four shift to Amazon) with a two-part finale that contained everything that’s made the show so fantastic over three seasons: killer space action, tense human conflict, and some perfectly-calibrated doses of hope, wonder, and mystery.
Clive Barker is known for his unusual approach to horror: violent, imaginative, sexual, and utterly engrossing.