A Monster Calls Looks Like the Next Great Fantasy Fairy Tale Movie

A truly great fantasy fairy tale movie is a rare thing. In the ‘80s, films like The Dark Crystal, The Neverending Story and Labyrinth made the cut. Guillermo del Toro’s early films, The Devil’s Backbone and Pan’s Labyrinth, are worthy additions. And next year, we may need to add a new one to the pantheon. »11/19/15 1:40pm11/19/15 1:40pm

How Sharlto Copley Became Chappie And Why Hugh Jackman Has To Kill Him

Sharlto Copley (District 9) brought the titular robot of Chappie to life, thanks to performance capture and director Neill Blomkamp, but as it turns out everyone wanted him dead. We spoke with the Chappie'scast — Copley, Hugh Jackman and Sigourney Weaver — about the violence they inflicted upon this adorable robot. »3/05/15 5:00pm3/05/15 5:00pm

Which actor has done the most to improve the image of science fiction?

There was a time when people thought science fiction (and fantasy) required over-the-top acting and scenery-chewing. Many actors didn't entirely take these roles seriously. That time is past. But which actor, in particular, has done the most to improve the credibility of genre film and television? »10/07/13 5:26pm10/07/13 5:26pm

Somewhere there exists an R-rated version of Galaxy Quest

Galaxy Quest isn't exactly a movie you'd expect to attract an R rating. After all, the parody of scifi TV shows and their fandoms is already pretty perfect with its innocent aliens and a nod to female eye candy who looks particularly stellar in a tight military uniform. But somewhere out in the universe, there lurks a… »3/10/12 5:30pm3/10/12 5:30pm

Sigourney Weaver watches a reenactment of Alien's most famous scene

Sigourney Weaver was a guest on the Graham Norton Show, and Norton decided to reenact John Hurt's famous "chestburster" moment from Alien. Comedian Sandi Toksvig has amazingly never seen Alien at all, so she was the perfect person to take John Hurt's place. Worth watching both for the huge amounts of gore, and for… »2/17/11 8:30pm2/17/11 8:30pm