This New Alien: Covenant Short Film Revisits the Scene of the Crime

The two-year anniversary of Alien: Covenant coming to home release was a few days ago, and the official Alien Anthology YouTube account has surprised us with a new short film set in the Alien universe to celebrate. Read More >>

30 Very Good Sci-Fi Dogs

Now that all the hype surrounding Captain Marvel’s top scene-stealer, Goose the cat (or “cat,” if you will), has died down a little, it’s high time we shifted our adoring attentions over to the dogs of science fiction. The genre has produced many, many very good puppers over the years, including these 30 favourites. Read More >>

All of the Coolest Trivia Revealed on the Avengers: Endgame Blu-ray

When the newly crowned highest-grossing film of all-time comes home, it doesn’t need many bells and whistles. People being able to experience Avengers: Endgame in their homes is likely enough. And the release, which has about an hour of special features, leans into that. It doesn’t give us a lot but what it gives us is good. Read More >>

Everything We’re Excited for at This Year’s Disney Mega Convention, D23

In the last few years, one thing has become abundantly clear in the world of entertainment. That world belongs to Disney and we’re just living in it. That becomes even more prevalent next weekend when the D23 Expo returns to Anaheim, California. Could it bring a certain Jedi Master with it? Read More >>

Bong Joon-ho’s Parasite Looks Like a Masterpiece of Mindfuckery

The official trailer is here for Bong Joon-ho’s Palme d’Or winner, Parasite, and while it may not be as genre-leaning as many of his earlier films (The Host, Snowpiercer, Okja), it’s definitely pitch-black comedy with at least a small side of horror, so we can’t resist sharing it here. Read More >>

There Was a Very Sneaky Captain America Easter Egg in Avengers: Endgame We All Missed

Avengers: Endgame might be Tony Stark’s story but it is, for better or worse at times, in many ways equally a love letter to Chris Evans’ journey as Captain America. So maybe it’s not surprising that one of the film’s most devilishly-difficult-to-spot Easter eggs in a cheeky callback to one of Cap’s cinematic foes. Read More >>

We’re Ready to RSVP for Wedding Horror Comedy Ready or Not

Back in June, we got a gander at the first trailer for Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillette’s ensemble horror-comedy Ready or Not, about a bride (Samara Weaving) who realises soon after the ceremony that she’s married into a very sick and twisted family – and that she may not survive her wedding night. Read More >>

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The Star Trek Movies You Mostly Don’t Like Are Now Owned by the Same Company That Owns the Trek TV Shows You Do Like

Allow us to introduce you to the latest inconsequential benefit of our megacorp dystopia. I have to admit it, as far as incredibly minor bright sides to the horrifying rise of media studio megamergers go, “At least CBS owns the Kelvin Timeline Star Trek movies” is not as immediately exciting as “At least the X-Men can appear in the MCU.” Read More >>

The Very Hollywood Reason You Might Not Know Neil Gaiman Wrote Princess Mononoke’s English Dub

Princess Mononoke is one of Hayao Miyazaki’s finest, but its epic tale of gods can only be matched in fantasy for the weird story behind its arrival on Western shores in 2000. One notable part of that often forgotten history? Neil Gaiman wrote the English script... although it was pretty hard to find his credit. Read More >>

A New Study Reminds Us How Ridiculous Spoiler Culture Has Become

Not a day goes by without someone, somewhere on the internet, feeling the need to express how they’ve been personally harmed by a news site focused on genre entertainment that committed the unforgivable sin of running headlines that very vaguely allude to the interesting parts of films and shows. “I have been slain by spoilers,” these people cry. “Why have you slain me?” Read More >>

Contortionist Troy James Talks His Journey From Hobbyist to Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark’s Scariest Monster

One of the most frightening things in the recent adaptation of Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark might be the Jangly Man, a character adapted from the story “Me Tie Doughty Walker”, who can detach his limbs and reassemble his own body. Read More >>

Rob Liefeld Shares Some Cut Concept Art From the Deadpool Movie

The Deadpool movies have a lot of affection for Rob Liefeld’s X-Men-adjacent work, including not just Deadpool but a variety of other characters familiar to Liefeld’s readers, and even an ersatz X-Force team in Deadpool 2. Read More >>

The Lion King Has Edged Out Frozen as the Highest-Grossing Animated Film of All Time

This is what entertainment journalism is, in 2019: watching Disney score an unending series of victories over itself as the film industry grows smaller and smaller. Read More >>