If Riddick can get the franchise back to its horror roots, it might not be a bad movie.
Star Drunk: Space Alien V sees a drunk cast performing a script penned by drunk writers in a Gin soaked sci-fi adventure, of sorts.
True Blood’s sixth season manages to clear the incredibly low bar set by its previous three seasons, but I still wouldn’t call it ‘good’ television.
You are wrong to think that Ben Affleck is going to ruin Batman. Here’s why.
Five hundred posts later, we’ve decided to try our hands at something a bit more ambitious.
After ten episodes, Space Battleship Yamato 2199 hints at a subtext that is about reconciling Japan’s actions in World War 2, rather than retconing them.
Regardless of if you buy Shadowrun Returns for the game it is now, or the game it may become, Harebrained Schemes’ resurrection of the Sixth World is a fine investment.
As a Korean-language anthology of short films, Doomsday Book is a capable piece of storytelling but far from inspired.
Wherein I pass on a chat with Stephen King and instead connect GI Joe to allegations of entitlement among millennials.
Ramez Naam’s Crux mobilizes the best and worst of our world into a near-future story of human evolution.