For a few years now it’s seemed like Hollywood has had a bit of a sci-fi resurgence. And we have absolutely no complaints about that. If it means we get movies like District 9, Inception and Avatar, we’ll gladly put up with the few After Earth and John Carters (both of which aren’t even that terrible) that come along with that. The question is, will… Continue reading 'Jupiter Ascending' Trailer: The Wachowski Siblings' Return to Big, Bold and Original Sci-fi
Update: Sundance has just announced the next batch of films, the most interesting part being the Park City at Midnight block of genre films. We’ve added them to the bottom of the page. Highlights there include Cooties, a film about teachers killing their elementary school students after a virus turns them into savages, The Guest (the next from the team behind You’re Next), and Killers
Originally posted 10/2/13: October is here, so that means it’s time for all sorts of horror movie-related news and notes — and today we’ve learned of another possibility for the resurrection of Jason Voorhees.
Last month, rumors of a television series entitled Crystal Lake Chronicles surfaced — just like when Tina used her psychic powers to raise Jason from the bottom of Camp Crystal Lake way back in Friday the 13th
A new book about the production of “Return of the Jedi” includes some juicy revelations about the final chapter of George Lucas’s first “Star Wars” trilogy, including abandoned plot points, some big-name directors who were considered to helm the project, and a group of very frisky Ewoks.
Author J.W. Rinzler has written similar accounts of the first two “Star Wars”… Continue reading Tons of 'Return of the Jedi' Secrets, Including Ewok Orgies, Revealed in New Book
When Bob Newhart returns to “The Big Bang Theory” this season in his Emmy-winning role of Professor Proton, he won’t be the only big name guest star.
CBS announced on Wednesday (Oct. 2) that the Nov. 7 episode will also feature a guest starring appearance from recent “Dancing With the Stars” cast-off Bill Nye. According to the network’s logline, Newhart’s good professor contacts