Apparently, a lot of folks had been waiting for the Downton Abbey film to arrive in theatres.
‘The Amusement Park,’ George Romero’s lost film from 1973, screens next month! Plus: Leatherface returns and Freddy disappears in The Week in Horror.
The first part of an interview with noted bisexual activist, writer, and speaker, Robyn Ochs, is the centerpiece of this episode of the Leftscape podcast.
The first installment of ‘Figure Friday,’ our new column about action figures, collection, and more starts with a quick look into the (Batman) Beyond.
It’s going to be a battle of the past, present, and future at the box office this weekend, as three new releases are looking for your hard-earned money.
NXT fans had a lot of trepidation about the show’s premiere on the USA Network. As it turns out, they didn’t have much to worry about.
The Fiend is the most marketable evil character WWE has had in quite a while, but can they keep him popular without ruining his appeal?
After having read House of X #5 this morning, it felt like more than any other book I’ve read over the last two weeks, this is the one I wanted to tell you about.
E.A. Henson is near giddy about the Abrams’ take on ‘Spider-Man,’ the return of Wally West in ‘Flash Forward,’ and the reappearance of the Inferior Five!
When The Who stopped in Cleveland on their latest tour, it was more than just a concert for Julie Finley: it was a family tradition.
The trailer for the Netflix original ‘In The Tall Grass’ has arrived.
Listen to the Seventies come to a grinding halt as ‘Songs in the Key of X’ visits the dystopian musical visions within the music of 1979.
Big news just came through from Marvel – a trailer and list of all the new X-titles dropping this fall, as the Jonathan Hickman era of Marvel mutant’s rolls on: