James Gunn Sets the Record Straight About the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 End Credit Scenes

Months after the release of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, we’re still talking about the film’s five end-credits scenes, some of which could have huge repercussions on the Marvel Cinematic Universe moving ahead. Read More >>

Okja Is a Masterfully Told Story Which Will Haunt You for Days

If you’ve seen one of Bong Joon Ho’s movies before—The Host or Snowpiercer, for example—then it shouldn’t be surprising at all to you that Okja is a mix of dead seriousness and bursts of farcical humour. It’s also a movie with a very complicated message, anchored by a tale about a beautiful girl and her monster. And once you see it, you won’t be able to forget it. Read More >>

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A Complete Guide to the Marvel Cinematic Universe (Updated for 2017)

The Marvel Cinematic Universe has been going strong for nine years now, changing the world of comic book films for ever. Phases 1 and 2 are now over, but there is still plenty of Marvel magic on its way in Phase 3. Phase 3 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe started in April with the release of Captain America: Civil War, and ends in 2019 with the release of the fourth Avengers film. Read More >>

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Watch The Trailer For ‘An Inconvenient Sequel’ & Despair

Ten years after An Inconvenient Truth made us all stop leaving the heating on when we go out, the trailer for the follow-up just dropped – and guess which world leader features heavily? Read More >>

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The Week in Geek: Tomb Raider, Man Thing, X-Men, and More

Welcome to another instalment of The Week in Geek. Here are some of the biggest stories you might have missed this week, with plenty of news about the upcoming Tomb Raider movie, RL Stine's Man Thing comic, the next X-Men film, and more. Read More >>

Watching Robots Stuck in Repetitive, Mundane Tasks Is Stressing Me Out

If you’re living under the assumption that your job could never be filled by a robot, think again. Your day-to-day routine might not seem as monotonous as the tasks that factory line robots perform, but as Michael Marczewski’s stressful short film Vicious Cycle asks, is it really? Read More >>

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10 of the Most Emotional Movie Scenes of All Time

The best films deliver scenes that make you feel all sorts of emotions through the fiction. Read More >>

Louis Theroux’s My Scientology Movie Hits the Torrents Ahead of Big Screen Run

If you want a return to a bit more of a lighthearted Louis Theroux after the grim horrors of his revisit to the nightmare world of Jimmy Savile, your luck's in. His My Scientology Movie has somehow ended up on the torrent sites a few day ahead of its planned limited cinema run. Read More >>

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The Week in Geek: Black Panther, Arrowverse Crossover, Rogue One, and More

Welcome to another instalment of the week in geek, our weekly round-up of news in the world of gaming, comics, film, and TV that you might have missed. This week we have info on the villains of the impending four-part Arrowverse crossover, a new villain in the Black Panther movie, and brand new images from Rogue One. Read More >>

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Movies Scenes Side-By-Side With Other Scenes That Look Exactly the Same

It’s not an accident when movies look like other movies. Even when it comes to film that you wouldn’t immediately associate with each other like Pulp Fiction and Moonrise Kingdom or Full Metal Jacket and... Moonrise Kingdom, it’s becomes clear that the directors are respectfully paying homage to the works that came before. Read More >>

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The Week in Geek: Power Rangers, Infinity War, The Dark Tower, and More

Welcome to another instalment of the week in geek, our weekly round-up of news in the world of gaming, comics, film, and TV that you might have missed. This week we have info on a Dark Tower TV series, rumoured plot points for Avengers Infinity War, some tidbits about the upcoming Power Ranger reboot, and more. Read More >>

Warner Bros. Flags Warner Bros. For Copyright

In an effort to rid the entire internet of the scourge that is pirated content, Warner Bros. has been a little heavy handed by including its own websites in a copyright complaint to Google. Read More >>

Help Build a New Database of Science Fiction Works That Deal With Medical Themes

A lot of science fiction incorporates medicine — be it realistic, fantastic, futuristically life-enhancing, or horrific. A new project at the University of Glasgow, dubbed “Science Fiction and the Medical Humanities”, aims to study creative visions of medical care, and one crowdsourced aspect of it needs your help. Read More >>