Having a hard time understanding the surreal horror of David Lynch? Chances are I won’t be much help, but at least you’ll know him better.
Who ya gonna call? The Ghost Club, UK paranormal explorers, who count among their past members Peter Cushing and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
UFOs are fun to read about in science fiction. Please keep them out of the news headlines. This means you, New York Times!
The creepiest story in Golden Age science fiction publishing ever told. Does it explain human madness to an uncomfortable degree?
Remembering actor Ian Holm and director Joel Schumacher, passed on in the same week, both made their mark on geek film fandom – for better or worse!
If there were no Star Trek, what TV sci-fi shows would have filled its place? We look at contemporary competition from Irwin Allen and Gerry Anderson.
So we have another Civil Rights Movement? Geek culture was founded on Civil Rights activism – comics, sci-fi, horror, zombies, and all!
Are you in the mood for sci-fi set After The End? Compliment your current bleak circumstances with some underappreciated classics you probably haven’t seen.
Have we seen enough of Cowboy Bebop, one of the most influential anime series ever made? Nope! Netflix’s live series is here and we still want more.
It’s been 100 years since we coined the word “robot,” and they still haven’t taken over yet. Which rogue AIs in media have made the most memorable impact?
Your 2020 anime viewing guide on Hulu. From scifi to horror to classic, butt-kickin’ shoenen, there’s a little bit of something for everyone.
We sift through the ashes of box office bombs in the superhero category. What went wrong, what could have been fixed, and isn’t it fun to laugh at them?