Unresolved sexual tension is the lifeblood of TV. It’s one of the best ways to make your audience invest, and one of the best shows to ever do it was The X-Files. This week marks the 20th anniversary of The X-Files: Fight the Future, so in honor of Mulder and Scully, the king and queen of […]
British people are funnier than American people. It’s just a fact of life. As a result, their television comedies are often much funnier than ours are, too. Whether it be Monty Python’s Flying Circus or The Thick of It, the British sense of humor—equal parts droll and absurd—usually hits with some portion of the American […]
Considering the insane box office numbers that Pixar’s The Incredibles 2 racked up this past weekend (it was the biggest animated film debut ever at $183 million), chances are a lot of you out there have already seen the return of the super-heroic Parr family on the big screen. Fans had waited 14 years to see […]
Warning: Massive spoilers are ahead for X-Men: Gold #30! For months, Marvel has built up the wedding of Kitty Pryde and Colossus as the superhero social event of the season. This week’s X-Men Gold #30 was supposed to be the culmination of that decades long romance. But Marvel couldn’t resist spoiling the twist a day […]
God creates dinosaurs. Dinosaurs eat man. A bacon volcano rules the earth. I’m pretty sure that’s the history of the universe in a nutshell. We’ve made it a reality with this robust salad tribute to Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom and all of the classic Jurassic Park films. Our scientists were so preoccupied with whether or […]
Back towards the end of 2016, we reported on the real-life implications of the booby traps from Home Alone. The conclusion was that Harry and Marv wouldn’t be bounced around like Wile E. Coyote to Kevin McCallister’s Road Runner. They’d be dead. As in “Please make the pain stop!” dead. That’s movie magic for you, […]
We know that it’s still well over a year until Lucasfilm unleashes Star Wars: Episode IX, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t plenty of galactic entertainment for us to pick apart and enjoy in the meantime. Ever since buying Lucasfilm, Disney has done a fantastic job of creating a more streamlined expanded world of canon […]
The Last of Us Part II is one of the most anticipated games shown at E3 this year, and it was a definite standout last week with a new trailer that combined gameplay and cinematics. It’s impressive to see how much Naughty Dog has improved since 2013, and that includes all of the game mechanics […]
Leiji Matsumoto’s classic Galaxy Express 999 manga has inspired a live-action drama, and a press conference was held for the project this week. It turns out this isn’t all that’s in store for the series, because Matsumoto confirmed he is currently working on a new Galaxy Express 999 manga story. Here’s what he had to...
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