Tickets went on sale today for Steve Wozniak’s Silicon Valley Comic Con 2017, along with some terrific guest announcements. You can read those below, but […]
Though a part of me fears Cumberbatch will be playing Sherlock with an American accent, I’m still very excited for this film. It has a […]
If things had gone according to plan, Jason Clarke would be starring as an antagonistic John Connor in a series of Terminator movies. Instead, he’s got […]
What started as a project to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Star Trek became a moving celebration of a life — and to some extent, our […]
In the early 70s, science fiction films had become serious business if not serious box office. After 2001: A Space Odyssey and Planet of the Apes, major Hollywood studios made sure their sci fi movies either had a social message or altered consciousness. It took one movie to change all that – and not the one you’re thinking of.
Last week, Fathom Events announced that they would present a screening of Gene Wilder and Mel Brooks’ classic comedy Young Frankenstein on October 5, 2016 at […]
May I be forgiven for trying to capture so much coolness… but it really can’t beat seeing the “At Home with Monsters” exhibit first-hand. […]
Nothing beats seeing the real thing. Something about texture and aura cannot be reproduced in any photograph. So for my costuming friends, know that I’m […]
To be a fan of Guillermo del Toro’s work is to know that you are going to get pulled down the rabbit hole — one […]
Jason Salazar joins the Fanboys for reports on Worldcon 74, Heroes & Villains, Cinequest’s new VR festival, the new Iron “Man”, Justice League Dark, Justin Gray and Jimmy Palmiotti’s The Monolith, Doctor Strange, Mark Mothersbaugh on Thor: Ragnarok, Guardians of the Galaxy, Infinity War, Return of the Caped Crusaders, The Tick, and Con Man the Game.
Earth-2 Comics’ co-owner Carr D’Angelo joins Derek for their annual conversation on the state of the industry, Comic-Con’s effect on retailing, and where the year […]
…well, the comics may not have been, but right from the beginning of Marvel’s first family’s transition to film, things weren’t exactly kosher. As listeners […]
In a summer full of remakes and sequels in which the fate of the universe always seems to be at stake, it’s kind of nice […]
Until I saw this trailer for Fan-o-Rama, a Futurama fan film, I had no idea that I would want to see Matt Groening’s characters in live action, nor […]