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BATMAN Reanimated – Appointment in Crime Alley

In the last installment of this, I talked about how we finally had an episode getting to the heart of Bruce Wayne’s deepest fears, thanks to a run-in with the… more

Meet Ms. Delphox: Keeley Hawes to Guest on Season 8 of DOCTOR WHO

More casting news from the Doctor Who world! Less than a month after the announcement of Samuel Anderson’s casting as the mysterious Danny Pink comes the news of another character…. more

Nerdist Podcast: John de Lancie

The very talented John de Lancie sits down with the guys to talk about his role as Jane’s father on Breaking Bad, starting his career in the theater, his… more
 

Report: CAPTAIN AMERICA 3, BATMAN/SUPERMAN to Open on Same Day In 2016

This could well be the battle of the century, box-officially speaking: After months of speculation as to which movie Marvel would be slotting in to its already-claimed May 6th, 2016… more

Mondo to Unveil New Artwork by Martin Ansin and Kevin Tong on March 14th

I think we can all agree that Mondo is responsible for some of the best pop-art movie posters ever to grace art gallery (or living room) walls. Each year, the… more

Schlock & Awe: METAL TORNADO

Scientifically-caused disaster movies are one of Syfy’s go-to genres, along with giant animal mash-ups (Sharknado and Sharktopus didn’t just imagine themselves). They almost always involve the writers coming… more
 

The Shelf: INSIDE LLEWYN DAVIS, TRANSFORMERS ARMADA, EL DORADO

Sort of a slight week for home video releases, but there does happen to be my favorite movie of 2013, the complete series of robots that change into stuff, and… more

Suit-Up with the Full FLASH Costume

You’ve already seen a profile shot of Grant Gustin’s head in the costume for CW’s The Flash series; now you can drink in the entire thing in this fantastic full-costume… more

Suit Up for Pi Day in Style and Win a Trip to Comic-Con

It’s the day that has no end: Pi Day, or the 14th of March (3.14… get it?) is the day where it’s perfectly okay, nay encouraged, to be irrational…. more
 

The FX of ’79 – 1941

Kyle is looking at the Oscar nominees for visual effects in 1979, a landmark for the form. This week: Steven Spielberg’s 1941. As critically derided as some of the movies… more

BATMAN Reanimated – Nothing to Fear

So far, we’ve looked at episodes of Batman: The Animated Series that have showcased Batman’s rogues gallery more than the Dark Knight himself, be they origin stories or particularly nasty… more

DOCTOR WHO: Enter to Sip Tea with the First Doctor

Did you know Doctor Who has its very own BBC shop now? It’s true! The Doctor Who shop is your place for all the latest goodies, including DVDs, books, clothing,… more
 

Writers, Directors, and Producer Talk CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE WINTER SOLDIER

It’s now less than a month until the long-awaited release of Captain America: The Winter Soldier, a movie which finds Steve Rogers coming to terms with the very different ways… more

Schlock & Awe: THE ASPHYX

’70s horror films are possibly my favorite kind of horror. There was a sensationalism about them and a desire to push the envelope that I find incredibly enjoyable. One of… more

Awesomely Bad Movies Battles GHIDORAH THE THREE-HEADED MONSTER

Last week, you drooled over the full trailer for the new Godzilla movie, which looked amazing and dark and full of scares. This week on Awesomely Bad Movies, I take… more
 

TRUE DETECTIVE Done LAW & ORDER Style

This is pretty amazing, and amazingly accurate. YouTube user Popped Culture has made a shot-for-shot recreation of the Season 4 Law & Order opening titles, but for HBO’s dark, ethereal True… more

The Shelf: HUNGER GAMES, 12 YEARS A SLAVE, DOCTOR WHO, VENTURE BROS.

A smattering of survival, sacrifice, silliness, salvation, and stupid executives cutting up movies. It’s a healthy mixture of things this week. One of these is even an Oscar winner. So,… more

The FX of ’79 – MOONRAKER

We continue our journey through the Best Visual Effects nominees from 1979 (for the 1980 Oscars) with a movie that seems least likely to have used the effects that it… more
 

Steven Soderbergh Edits Both PSYCHOs into One Film

It’s possibly one of the weirdest and yet most brilliant things the internet hath wrought in recent memory. Notoriously whim-driven filmmaker Steven Soderbergh, on his marketplace website Extension 765, has… more

BATMAN: Reanimated – Pretty Poison

Batman: The Animated Series wrote strong women characters better than the majority of animated programs at the time, especially for what is usually considered a “boy” show. As we explored… more

First Two DOCTOR WHO Titan Comics Covers

As we reported alllll the way back in January, Doctor Who in comic form was moving from IDW to the much smaller Titan Comics. Now, we have a glimpse at… more
 

DOCTOR WHO LEGO Might Soon Be a Thing

LEGO Cuusoo is a way for fans of the building toys (or collectibles, if you’re Will Ferrell) to submit their own designs for sets, often based on popular films or… more

First Photo of Grant Gustin’s THE FLASH Costume

The Fastest Man on Earth stood still just long enough for us to get our first glimpse. Late last year, Grant Gustin did a two-episode guest star spot on CW’s… more

CALVIN & HOBBES Creator Returns for Movie Poster

eople come out of retirement all the time for one reason or another. How many times did Barbra Streisand do it? But, it’s a lot rarer for people like reclusive “… more