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Smallfoot Trailer Shows That Bigfoot Isn’t the Only Terrifying Legend Around

For humans, the legend of Bigfoot is one for the ages. But what kind of legend would Yetis have? Well, one about us, of course. Read More >>

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First Brief Look at Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Showcases the Cutest Deadly Carnivore Ever

Aww, Velociraptors are adorable! So what if they were the scariest creatures in Jurassic Park—making us sympathise with a T-Rex because, hey, at least it had a fighting chance against those awful things? Here, in the first (very brief) look at Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, we’ve got the return of Chris Pratt: The Raptor Whisperer. But who cares, Blue’s back! Read More >>

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This Stranger Things Fan Film Shows the Upside Down as an International Threat

The mystery at the heart of Netflix’s Stranger Things has only affected the small town of Hawkins, Indiana... as far as we know. But what if the Upside Down isn’t just a local problem? What if the vines, tunnels, and monsters were more widespread—perhaps even worldwide? An impressive fan film brings the strangeness of Stranger Things to the mysterious forests of Great Britain. Read More >>

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Blade Runner 2049 Director Is Still Wrapping His Head Around Why It Underperformed

Blade Runner 2049 was a critical darling, getting a largely raving reception, but audiences didn’t seem to reciprocate. The movie had lackluster success, failing to bring in little more than half its budget domestically. And while it’s done better overseas, director Denis Villeneuve is struggling to understand why the movie was such a box office disappointment—though it could be history repeating itself. Read More >>

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Fake Poster of the Justice League Murdering Marvel Characters Was Used for Real in China

This is not as cute as Spider-Man taking a nap with some pandas. A doctored Justice League poster portraying DC’s heroes stomping, skewering, and decapitating some of the competition has been making the rounds in China, including being used as an actual cinema poster and elevator ad. Read More >>

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A London Theatre Is Showing Every Episode of Game of Thrones for Binge-Watchers

The Iron Throne is being replaced by a theatre seat. HBO has partnered up with the Prince Charles Cinema in London for a four-day marathon screening of all 67 episodes of Game of Thrones. It’s the first time Game of Thrones has been shown in a theatre in its entirety. And the best part? It’s entirely free. Read More >>

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Gotham by Gaslight Trailer Pits the Bat and the Cat Against a Serial Killer

It’s Batman: The Steampunk Series. The first full trailer is out for Warner Bros.’ next DC animated movie, Batman: Gotham by Gaslight, where the Dark Knight (in a fancy cravat) goes up against one of the most notorious serial killers in history. Read More >>

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The Heartbreaking Detail You Might’ve Missed in Stranger Things 2

Stranger Things might be known for its Easter eggs designed for children of the 1980s, but the most interesting, significant, and impactful one of the second season has nothing to do with nostalgia, but rather its own story. Read More >>

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Luke Is Back on the Falcon in New The Last Jedi Clip

“Darkness rises, and the Light to meet it.” A new clip for The Last Jedi brings Luke Skywalker back to the ship that started it all, but that’s not the only place we see the Millennium Falcon. Read More >>

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Stranger Things and the History of the Trope of ‘Coming Back Wrong’

Stranger Things returns this week, showing what happened to Will Byers one year after returning to his family and friends. Unfortunately for Will, something happened during his time in the Upside Down–he came back wrong. Read More >>

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All-Time Masterpiece RPG Call of Cthulhu Will Never Die

Lovecraftian horror is something I only really discovered earlier this year. Sure, I’d seen the superhero episodes of South Park, where Cartman teams up with a My Neighbor Totoro-style Cthulhu, but it wasn’t until recently that I started diving into the stories and mythos—as well as the legacy they left behind. One of my favorite ways the now-public domain sub-genre has continued to this day is the Lovecraftian roleplaying game. Read More >>

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Jeff Goldblum’s Quick Summary of Thor: Ragnarok Is 10 Seconds of Pure Gold(blum)

We’re inching closer and closer to the release of Thor: Ragnarok, where we’ll be treated to hours of Chris Hemsworth, Cate Blanchett, and the eternally delightful Jeff Goldblum—who even in smaller doses, like this adorable 10-second synopsis of his upcoming film, is still the grandest of masters. Read More >>

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Game of Thrones Casting Debunks a Fan Theory That Didn’t Even Make Sense in the First Place

Game of Thrones fans are crushed after learning that a casting announcement has killed hopes of a “beloved” character returning for season eight—debunking a popular fan theory that, while kind of fun and silly, does not compute. Read More >>

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We Expose the Eugenics Wars and Ash Tyler’s Dark Secret in Latest Star Trek: Discovery

Star Trek: Discovery is in a hot spot. The latest episode, “Choose Your Pain,” was indeed painful, but mainly because of the choices it made — especially regarding Captain Lorca’s actions. This video from Gizmodo US, with Beth Elderkin and Katharine Trendacosta, takes a look at why Lorca chose to leave a man behind for spite, as well as expose Ash Tyler’s secret motives and discuss how the relatively obscure Eugenics Wars factor in this season. You can watch the video below. Read More >>