US Author Challenges Sherlock Holmes Copyright and Wants to Churn Out His Own Holmes Books

Many of the works of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle are reaching the end of their 100-year copyright period, meaning the books become public domain and may be freely shared. But what of the characters they contain? Can anyone now write their own Sherlock Holmes book based upon the deductive cocaine/nicotine addict? Read More >>

A Sherlock Blu-ray Boxset is Your “Watson – Grab Me My Dearstalker, Fiddle and Bag of Skag” Deal of the Day

You have to wonder, when the Cumberbatch's had their little boy, if they mused on how to  make him sound like the poshest man in the universe. So they settled on calling him Benedict, and lo, a thesp was born and everyone fell in love, because people (especially Americans) can't resist a posh British actor. Read More >>