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First tease of new Star Trek: Ascendancy game

At the recent New York Toy Fair Gale Force Nine finally had a preview of their forthcoming Star Trek board game, which will be titled Star Trek: Ascendancy. Board Game Geek shared the photo to the side, of a banner that was on display.Gale Force Nine tell me they will be ready to share much more information some time in the next few weeks. Show More Summary

The chemistry of discourse

2 months agoGenres / Sci Fi : Making Light

One way of looking at freedom of speech is atomic: treating each individual act of free speech as an equal...

Finding The Bear That Helps You Make Things

Welcome Angela Webber of The Doubleclicks to WWdN! She’s sharing this special guest post with us while Wil Wheaton is at sea. You can get her band’s latest album, “President Snakes” on Bandcamp, […]

Jenn & Trin Do Friendship at the Problems

Welcome Jenn & Trin to WWdN! They kindly answered some questions written by Will Hindmarch, made up just to share with us while Wil Wheaton is at sea. Their friendship is the genuine […]

A Nightmarish First Trailer for ‘Araya’

You’re going to want to watch this reveal trailer for the just-announced supernatural horror game Araya with the lights off and the sound dialed up, because anything less would be disrespectful to what looks like a pants-shittingly terrifying virtual reality game. Set in a deeply unsettling Thai hospital, the story follows three different characters as […]

What Qualifies as Scary Nowadays?

A complaint heard all too often about modern horror films is that they aren’t very scary. Our own Jess Hicks even wrote a piece on how horror movies don’t have to be scary to be good, which is true but still doesn’t mean that horror films don’t have to at least try to be scary. […]

NSFW: The Original Xenomorph Design in ‘Prometheus’ Was Literally a Dickhead

Editor’s Note: I’m about to have some serious fun here. Also, I had to do a Google search for ‘penis anatomy’, so I think I deserve some credit. It’s 100% no secret that the Xenomorph family in the Alien franchise are rather sexualized creatures. The Facehugger impregnates both men and women equally by forcing its […]

8 of the Scariest Witches Ever Put On Film!

A24’s horror film The Witch sees a wide release this weekend after playing at several film festivals last year (read Kalyn’s review), and it is being touted as one of the best horror films of all time, including a glowing recommendation by Stephen King. This could be the first film in a long time to make witches […]

‘The Predator’ Warns That “You’ll Never See Him Coming”

For much of last year we were teased with little snippets and news blurbs about a new Predator film from writer Fred Dekker (The Monster Squad) and director Shane Black (Iron Man 3, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang). And since news broke at the end of November that Dekker was finished with his script, nothing new […]

5 Real-Life Romances That Bloomed on Horror Sets!

Happy Valentine’s Day/Singles Awareness Day/Sunday to all of you! I shamefully admit that I am extremely behind schedule writing this post. It’s currently 3:30 on Valentine’s Day 2016), and I put off writing this so I could go see an 11am showing of Deadpool (which is awesome).  Unfortunately this means that I did not give myself […]

Is ‘The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth’ Too Violent for Apple?

Reporting on Apple’s rejecting The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth’s being included in the App Store had even barely begun before the braying laughter of ridicule had begun. It was yet another example of how Apple’s jackbooted policies had undermined artistic expression for the enforcement of its arcane app curation process. Tyrone Rodriguez, a developer for […]

10 Funny Movie Scenes That Were Improvised

3 months agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

Movies are sort of at their most honest when things go off script and unplanned. It’s when actors transform into their character and react as their character would to certain situations that you get some truly hilarious stuff. Here are...Show More Summary

Lego has announced a series of animated shorts set just before Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

3 months agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

Lego has announced a series of animated shorts set just before Star Wars: The Force Awakens. The first episode of Lego Star Wars: The Resistance Rises, focusing on Poe Dameron rescuing Admiral Ackbar from the clutches of Captain Phasma, airs next Monday on Disney XD after the conclusion of Gravity Falls. Here’s a clip! Read more...

Nicholas Cage is Sick and Tired of Children in ‘Mom and Dad’

I remember when Nicholas Cage was looked at as a well respected actor who played roles with intensity and charisma. Just look back at Raising Arizona and Leaving Las Vegas. The guy showed the world he has serious acting chops and, by god, he deserves our love. Yeah, he’s become a bit of a joke […]

5 Times Love Was Struck Down by Horror Movies!

Valentine’s Day is upon us! There aren’t exactly a lot of romantic horror movies (though there are some), but there sure are a lot of couples in them. They’re usually having sex, but sometimes you can really connect with a couple in a film, even if their sole purpose is to have sex and get […]

[TV Review] “iZombie” Episode 2.12: ‘Physician, Heal Thy Selfie’

If you thought it was going to be tough to top last week’s fantastic episode, you would be incorrect. I know I was. I’m still relatively new to the TV reviewing game, so I admit that I’m still learning. I gave last week’s episode a perfect score, and dammit this week’s episode was better. If I could […]

‘Doom’ Goes to Hell in New Trailer

May 13th, 2016. Mark that date on your calendars, folks. That’s the day the new Doom arrives, and you’re going to want to have your trigger fingers properly limbered up before then. You may also want to grab a shotgun so you can practice that twirly, one-handed reload maneuver from Terminator 2, because that’s just […]

How to Make Ratatouille Just Like the Pixar Movie

3 months agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

Ratatouille has never looked better than it did in the Pixar movie. A perfect accordion of vegetables of different colors winding themselves in a pot glazed with visual deliciousness. Which makes sense because one of the best chefs in the world, Thomas Keller, imagined the recipe up for the animators at Pixar to make. Show More Summary

[Review] ‘The Lesson’ Features the Ultimate Bad Teacher!

After making waves in the United Kingdom at Frightfest last year, Ruth Platt’s directorial debut The Lesson arrives in the states courtesy of the Slamdance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. After getting off to a rather slow start (it takes about 30 minutes, The Lesson ramps up the tension dramatically and results in a solid horror […]

[Review] A Clever Twist on a Haunting Cannot Save ‘Visions’ From Mediocrity!

As you may have read on Tuesday, Blumhouse dumped a trio of new releases on to Netflix before their home video releases. One of these unfortunate films was the Kevin Greutert (director of Saw VI, one of the best films in that franchise and Saw: The Final Chapter, one of the worst) film Visions, featuring a killer cast of […]

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