6 Types Of Movies We Never Want To See Again

Lately, every movie seems to be a sequel or reboot — but it doesn't stop there. Because the movie industry is increasingly dependent on creating franchises, we're seeing some bastardized forms, that are just designed to keep franchises alive. Here are six newfangled types of movies that we're already tired of. » 10/20/14 10:00am 10/20/14 10:00am

The Sci-Fi and Fantasy-Themed Art Explosions of "Alphabet Attack!"

Dave Crosland, aka King Gum, finished the fourth iteration of his daily art project "Alphabet Attack!" in July. Each time he does this, he goes in alphabetical order for his inspirations, covering everything from single words like "Yonder" to fanciful takes on pop culture like "Ewok Engineering." » 9/08/14 11:03pm 9/08/14 11:03pm

12 Great Science Fiction Actors Who Don't Get Enough Props

Science fiction is an actor's dream. The genre has created some breakout stars, like Harrison Ford, but it's also turned scores of working actors into beloved fan-favorites, who work the convention circuit. But here are 12 great science fiction actors who swing for the fences, and just don't get the appreciation they… » 5/17/13 10:31am 5/17/13 10:31am

12 Movies That Filmed Happy Endings You Never Saw

Everybody likes a happy ending... right? Actually, no. Sometimes a happy ending is the absolute wrong thing for a movie, because it throws away everything the film-makers worked to build up throughout the film. Sometimes, a movie has to end with fire, tears or blood. Here are 12 movies that had happy endings, but… » 5/08/13 10:04am 5/08/13 10:04am

Check out the godawful Thing and Dr. Doom we narrowly avoided in the …

Some new concept art from Fox's 2005 Fantastic Four movie has surfaced, and you're either going to need a bag to vomit in or a handkerchief to wipe the sweat from your brow, because as mediocre as that film was, we clearly dodged a bullet. Unless, of course, you were hoping for a lumpy, rock-tumor-ridden Thing to… » 2/27/13 8:40am 2/27/13 8:40am

Ron Swanson wants to be Fantastic Four's Thing. Make it happen,…

A few shows back on the podcast WTF with Marc Maron, Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally popped by to talk about Parks & Recreation, the theater and Hollywood and superhero movies. And during this hour long interview, Offerman mentioned he'd wanted to play Ben Grimm from Fantastic Four. And how his dreams were cruelly… » 4/23/12 3:14pm 4/23/12 3:14pm

Do We Really Need Another Hitchhiker's Book?

Let's be honest here: the Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy » 9/17/08 2:43pm 9/17/08 2:43pm was a wonderful radio show, some 30 years ago. It managed to survive the transformation into a couple of decent books and a TV show, more or less intact. Everything since then has been less and less amusing, like a stand-up comic who started off funny but…