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The Outsider Presents a Perfectly Eerie Supernatural Evolution for True Crime

Three episodes in, HBO’s adaptation of Stephen King’s The Outsider feels a bit reminiscent of True Detective, both in subject matter and dread-filled tone. But the network’s grisly mystery series have a major difference: unlike True Detective, which leans into the unexplainable but never quite crosses that line, The Outsider is fully embracing the supernatural. Read More >>

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Oscar Isaac Will Play a Superhero Mayor in The Great Machine

And before you say anything – yes, The Great Machine is an adaptation of a comic titled Ex Machina, and yes, Oscar Isaac was also in the (unrelated) 2014 movie Ex Machina. Whether or not The Great Machine will include a similarly spectacular dance scene is, however, still anyone’s guess. Read More >>

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Report: Taika Waititi May Be Developing a Star Wars Movie

Serious question: Does Taika Waititi ever sleep? We’ve long had our suspicions about the very busy writer-director-actor for some time now, but the latest nugget of news about the Oscar nominee hints at yet another major project in the works – one that could return him to a certain galaxy far, far away. Read More >>

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You’ll Love The Expanse Cast Even More After Watching This Goofy Season 4 Blooper Reel

Most of the cast of The Expanse has been working together for over five years, so you have to assume there’s kind of a family atmosphere on set at this point – by which we mean, a family that swears a lot and resorts to awkward dance moves whenever they blow a line, as this delightful season four blooper reel reveals. Read More >>

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Concept Art Comes to Life in Sleek Sci-Fi Animation Migrants

High above Mars, the terraformers of short film Migrants go through a well-polished routine, knowing that they’re not preparing for their own futures on the planet, but for children in the generations to come. Read More >>

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8 Oceanic Creature Features That Delight in Underwater Perils

Humans who find themselves living beneath the ocean in sci-fi movies might as well be living in space. Many of the dangers are the same, be they natural (oxygen scarcity, claustrophobic proximity to asshole co-workers) or unnatural (monsters!). Needless to say, it’s a setting that has inspired a lot of filmmakers. Read More >>

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Alex Garland’s Tech Horror Series Devs Drops an Eerie First Trailer

After all the intriguing glimpses we got of Devs – Alex Garland’s new FX on Hulu sci-fi series, starring Nick Offerman (Parks and Recreation) and Sonoya Mizuno (Garland’s Ex Machina) – at last year’s New York Comic Con, we’re excited to see there’s now an official trailer and a US release date for the eight-episode series. Sadly no UK release date or platform has been announced yet, but fingers crossed. Read More >>

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Director Scott Derrickson Has Departed the Doctor Strange Sequel

Not because of any devious dark magic; apparently, the cause is that boring old spell known as “creative differences.” Read More >>

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That Damn Doll Is Back in the New Trailer for Brahms: The Boy II

Though it’s a new year, the era of Peak Creepy Doll is still upon us. Make room on the toy shelf, Annabelle and Chucky, because Brahms—of The Boy fame, also of “not really just a doll” fame—is back with his very own sequel, finally making its way to theaters after several months of delays. Read More >>

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A Cartoon Bunny Contemplates the Abyss in Animated Short Afterwork

By day, he’s a Looney Tunes-style rabbit whose bustling career is built around constantly getting bested by his nemesis, a cheeky carrot. By night, he wallows in depression brought on by the dark monotony of his constant defeats – until a strangely familiar vegetable pops up to taunt him in real life, too. Read More >>

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The First (Spoiler-Free) Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Reactions Are Finally Here!

It’s almost here: The end of the Skywalker saga that began its stealthy takeover of pop culture all the way back in 1977, and has since changed both sci-fi and blockbuster movies forever. The Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker world premiere was last night, and critics have been sharing their (spoiler-free) reactions! Read More >>

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American Gods Has Lost Yet Another Key Character

What the hell is going on over at American Gods? Read More >>

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The Expanse’s Stunning Season 4 Is Filled With New Frontiers and Old Rivalries

The third season of The Expanse ended with a double triumph: the assurance that Amazon would be its new home, and a finale that teased the thrilling and dangerous prospect of interstellar expansion. Season four is finally here, and it’s indeed a leap forward for the outstanding sci-fi show on multiple levels. Read More >>