Starting this Friday, May 25, Amazon will stream a six-episode series based on Australian author Joan Lindsay’s 1967 classic novel Picnic at Hanging Rock. But no new adaptation will ever replace Peter Weir’s 1975 film version—still one of cinema’s most gorgeous and eerie mysteries.
After a soul-wrenching period in which The Expanse appeared doomed by cancellation, Amazon stepped in; though the deal isn’t confirmed yet, fans now have fresh hope the scifi standout will return. In the meantime, there’s still a good chunk of season three left to go on Syfy—although so much changed in last night’s…
We were pumped to check out a female-focused update of 1980s TV comedy The Greatest American Hero, but unfortunately, the reboot wasn’t picked up to series. However, the vintage version of the show is still packed with goofy delights well worth remembering—especially since we know just mentioning the title has stuck…
By now, The Expanse faithful have all heard the sad news: The show is not getting a fourth season on Syfy. Since that decision appears to be based mostly on broadcast rights and first-run ratings, fans are crossing every finger that the critically-acclaimed, Hugo-winning show (which is funded and produced by a…
Earlier this week, we learned that Syfy wouldn’t be bringing The Expanse back for a fourth season. That’s frustrating as hell, especially when the show is consistently delivering such kick-ass, game-changing episodes. Like, for instance, this week’s absolutely jaw-dropping “Immolation.”
Pregnant, imprisoned, and with a deeply broken spirit after nearly tasting freedom, June—who now willingly answers to “Offred”—drifts through this week’s Handmaid’s Tale, “Seeds,” with frightening detachment. But a teeny bit of much-needed hope still manages to peek through the misery.
The first reviewers have just seen Solo: A Star Wars Movie, and the social media reactions are here! We’ll know even more when the review embargo breaks on May 15—and, of course, everyone can make up their own mind when the film’s out May 25—but for now, here’s the early Twitter buzz.
We are nearing the halfway point of The Expanse’s third season with episode five, “Triple Point,” and the tension has never been higher. The war between Earth and Mars, sparked by a greedy lie, grows ever-deadlier—and the protomolecule has once again done something unexpected and terrifying.
Another week, another harrowing episode of The Handmaid’s Tale. “Other Women” unearths an unpleasant time in June’s past, and also parades a new fresh hell before her eyes—bringing our pregnant heroine, who has already suffered immensely, to a new level of despair. Whatever happened to that revolution?
Last week, we got our first extended look at human life outside Westworld. This week, on “Virtù e Fortuna,” we finally got a peek at some of Delos’ long-hinted-at other parks, with callbacks to reveals in the season one finale and the season two premiere. Violent delights abound, of course.
After three seasons and 30 episodes, Ash vs. Evil Dead slaughtered its final Deadite last Sunday. The show may sadly be over, but its many, many gleefully gruesome fight scenes will live on in our hearts and nightmares forever. Here are our 13 all-time favorite amazingly disgusting moments from the Starz series.
Remember when the scariest thing on The Expanse was the alien protomolecule? Last night’s episode, “Reload,” reminded us that the real threat to all of humankind is... well, humankind itself, with a few men in particular trying very hard to ruin life as we know it for everyone.
May is here, and the month brings tons of new science fiction and fantasy books for your reading pleasure, including tales of kingdoms in turmoil, aliens battling AI in outer space, alt-history fantasies—and a new novel by some guy named Stephen King.
After last week’s exploration of the events immediately following the Westworld host uprising—and a short leap ahead, with untold mysteries sandwiched between—“Reunion” offers some juicy hints at the park’s real purpose, and how it ties into the journeys of both Dolores and the Man in Black.
It’s been a few years since we heard anything about the planned big-screen adaptation of legendarily terrifying kid’s book series Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. Since then, the project’s biggest champion, Guillermo del Toro, won a couple of Oscars—which no doubt helped it get a big push forward.
If you thought the most surprising thing about Star Trek film franchise was that Quentin Tarantino was potentially penning an R-rated script for it, think again. The big news now is that the Star Trek movieverse will finally be adding a female director to its ranks. Damn, it’s about time.
On last night’s Expanse, we followed two ships with very different game plans making their way toward the sinister protomolecule lab on Io, while Earth made a power move in the war with Mars that backfired horribly. Also, who’s hungry for lasagna? Let’s dig in!
Back in 2016, a cult-movie miracle occurred when film historian Ed Glaser discovered the last remaining 35mm print of 1982's The Man Who Saves the World—better known as “the Turkish Star Wars”—tucked away in a vault in Turkey. After two years of restoration, the film now has its own 2K digital scan.
Margaret Atwood’s dystopian novel The Handmaid’s Tale was published back in 1985, but the Hulu adaptation of its grim, deeply emotional story of female oppression was one of 2017's best, most gripping (and unfortunately most timely) TV shows, and that’s sure to be the case again this year with season two. Here’s how…
Well, this news is truly horrifying, and not in a fun, chainsaw-slingin’ way. Starz has announced that the April 29 season three finale of Ash vs. Evil Dead will also be the series finale, because the crazy, gory, cult-beloved show will not be returning for a fourth season.