Horror novelist and Biff Bam Pop! contributor, Jeffery X Martin, reveals his favorite pieces of entertainment from the outgoing year, 2018.
If E.A. Henson is looking back at 2018, why is The ‘Burbs our featured image? Find out in the final installment of Heroes and Villains for the year.
If you want to think of a perfect theme and mechanic combo, there’s no better one than making MacGyver into an escape room in a box game.
It was a solid opening weekend for Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse, the first animated Spider-Man film to hit the big screen.
The WWE Network is really the most extensive and impressive library of pro-wrestling/sports-entertainment content that has ever existed.
In this edition of Heroes and Villains, E.A. Henson shares his thoughts on Captain Marvel, and gets pumped for this week’s CW Elseworlds crossover.
This Doctor is everything that makes the character special; most of all, to quote one of her new companions, “The best person in the universe.”
Magnifico – that’s the perfect word to use for the debut weekend of Bohemian Rhapsody, the long-in-gestation biopic that tells the story of Queen and their awe-inspiring lead singer, Freddie Mercury.
Something I’ve been grappling with lately is that there is just too much out there for comic book fans to effectively enjoy.
In this instalment of 31 Days of Horror, Marie Gilbert shares her favourite episodes of The Walking Dead, and considers the question of who Rick Grimes is, and what will happen to the series once he’s gone.
In this installment of Heroes and Villains we’ve got giant robots! Space! Magic! All that plus I’ve cracked the code of the Marvel Netflix shows!
We have your chance to win a digital copy of Sharp Objects, the critically acclaimed HBO mini-series starring Amy Adams.