Sharks at a certain depth in the water, worms in a desert land with little water, and a mad scientist who knows what water is at in The Week in Horror.
Do comic book readers dream of a comic book Blade Runner series? You bet they do! Those dreams become reality today with Blade Runner 2019 #1!
Andy Burns’ ‘Faves of 2017’ includes TV, movies, and comics.
Despite all of the horrors we witnessed in 2017, all was not lost on the pop culture front. Many of us found solace in TV, movies, and music.
Comics, films, and video games comprise E.A. Henson’s pop culture faves of 2017.
Burning Image’s Moe Adame shares his faves of 2017.
When you’re wrong, you’re wrong, and this weekend, I was definitely off with my box office predictions. Here’s what went down:
We’re getting closer to Halloween, which means a new horror film should be able to grab the top spot at the box office. That is, unless last week’s champion manages to remain on top. What will happen? Here’s our prediction:
Nostalgia and acclaim doesn’t equate big ratings – the critically beloved third season of Twin Peaks on Showtime demonstrated that on television. Now, the same has been proven this weekend at the box office.
This weekend brings a long-awaited sequel that should have no problem cleaning up at the box office this weekend. But, just how well can a cult classic actually do in 2017?
Are you ready to go back to the world of the Replicants?
I can’t believe I’m writing this – but here is the first trailer for Blade Runner 2049.