All Blogs / Entertainment / Genres / Posts With Video

Get More Specific:

This Hand-Drawn Alien: Covenant Flipbook Is Better Than the Actual Film

3 months agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

Fans of the long-running series might want to skip Ridley Scott’s Alien: Covenant. The director’s follow-up to Prometheus is not only disappointing, it somehow manages to make both films worse. It’s not a complete loss, though, thanks to talented stop-motion artist Serene Teh who made this amazing Alien:… Read more...

Mother’s Day Gets Scary With These Horror Prints!

Up-and-coming horror artist Marcela “The Exorstitch” Piñeda seems to be making a habit of holiday-related horror artwork. After her collection of Easter prints was released back in April, she returns with a new set of mother-themed horror prints in a collection she calls “All of Them Mothers” just in time for Mother’s Day. If your mom appreciates […]

Interview: “Chief O’Brien at Work” Creator Jon Adams On Chronicling The Ennui Of A Transporter Operator

3 months agoGenres / Sci Fi :

'I thought about what a lonely, boring, useless, and ultimately hilarious job that must be, and decided to make a comic about it,' Adams said about Star Trek's hapless Transporter Chief.

All the Mysteries Hidden in the Blade Runner 2049 Trailer

3 months agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

We got our first full-length trailer for Blade Runner 2049 today and while it tried to hide any possible answers it might have, no movie is safe from io9's sleuthing. We scanned and enhanced the footage to not only figure out the general shape of the film but to find the many allusions to its precedessor. Read more...

Star Trek Fan Forced To Give Up License Plate, Trekkies Make More Money, And More Great Links

3 months agoGenres / Sci Fi :

Star Trek or Star Wars? Will 'Discovery' be political? What would Star Trek cars look like? What would the world be like without Star Trek? These questions and more are explored in The Great Links.

Proof Tobey Maguire Was Creepy as Peter Parker in ‘Spider-Man’

I’ve never liked the casting of Tobey Maguire in Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man films. Not only does he come off as ultra geeky, but there’s not a shred of “hip” or “cool” out of his performance. Instead, I found him creepy, especially during that bizarre diatribe in the hospital when Peter Parker explains what he told […]

Disturbing ‘Outlast 2’ In-Game Audio Discovered

Alright, so the ratings controversy for Red Barrels’ Outlast 2 is nothing new for those following the game. However, it appears that there was more cut content from the game that would’ve probably caused an even bigger shtstorm, and not just in Australia. Keep in mind that this next part potentially contains spoilers, so if […]

Guest Post: Black and White or Gray in Space? By. C.T. Phipps

"Breathe. Just breathe. Now reach out. What do you see?""Light. Darkness. A balance.""It's so much bigger."-Luke and Rey, The Last Jedi trailerI remember when I first came up with the idea of Lucifer's Star, it was not that long after watching The Force Awakens. Show More Summary

The Best Cinco de Mayo Treat is This “El Gigante” Comic Adaptation!

One of my favorite short films in the past few years also comes from one of my favorite up-and-coming filmmakers. Gigi Saul Guerrero’s “El Gigante” (watch the trailer) is a Texas Chain Saw Massacre-esque cannibal slasher with a Luchador wrestler as the centerpiece. It made the festival rounds and is even being adapted into a feature film by Raven […]

Star Wars Characters Sing Smash Mouth's 'All Star' and It's Annoyingly Good

4 months agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

You can blame Jimmy Fallon’s Tonight Show for all those “lol you’ve gotta watch this!” emails from your mom that you constantly have to delete. But we begrudgingly have to admit that aliens, Jedis, droids, and Sith singing Smash Mouth’s “All Star” is shockingly well done. Read more...

Might We See Glen/Glenda in ‘Cult of Chucky’?

This year’s Cult of Chucky, written and directed by franchise creator Don Mancini, is expected to firmly merge the continuities of the early Child’s Play films with more recent installments Bride of Chucky, Seed of Chucky and Curse of Chucky. Of course, the latter film brought Tiffany back into the mix, and both Nica Pierce […]

The Origin of Stephen King’s “IT”…and the Time He Sat Next to Ronald McDonald on a Plane

With a modern adaptation of Stephen King’s It on the way this summer/fall from New Line Cinema and Warner Bros. Pictures, all sorts of old footage is popping up about the creation of the novel, as well as its antagonist Pennywise. Thanks to our friends at Club Stephen King, we have a video that combines […]

Tabletop Season 4: Star Realms

Do you like deck building games? How about games that can fit in your pocket? HOW ABOUT BOTH OF THOSE THINGS AT THE SAME TIME?! Yes, of course you do, because […]

‘Call Of Duty: WWII’ Nazi Zombies Mode Confirmed

Hold your groans until the end. For those who care about such things, this morning Activision revealed their latest entry in the Call of Duty series, Call of Duty: WWII. Alongside the announcement came the first details of the game’s multiplayer component. Part of that component was revealed by developer Sledgehammer Games, who tweeted out […]

Women in SF&F Month: Nisi Shawl

4 months agoGenres / Fantasy : Fantasy Cafe

Today I’m thrilled to welcome Nisi Shawl! Her short fiction includes the story “Cruel Sistah,” which was selected for The Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror 2006: 19th Annual Collection; the novella “Good Boy,” a World Fantasy Award finalist; and the short story collection Filter House, a Tiptree Award winner and a World Fantasy Award finalist. Show More Summary

Full Etheria Film Night Shorts Lineup

Etheria Film Night presents the 2017 Official Lineup of Shorts that will screen on Saturday, June 3, 2017, at 7:30pm.  Eight Short Films will be screened at the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood, CA followed by a Q&A with directors in attendance. Etheria Film Night is the world’s most respected annual showcase of genre films directed by […]

9 Films That Shaped Me As a Horror Fan

Hello, fellow horror fans! For those of you who don’t know me, I’m Ari, a relatively new contributor and critic at BD. I helped cover SXSW 2017 this year alongside Trace, but even if you haven’t had a chance to catch any of my posts here just yet (or at Dread Central, where I previously wrote for a bit), […]

Watch Sam Raimi Defend the ‘Evil Dead’ Films on British TV in the 1980’s

In the 1980’s our beloved heavy metal music and horror movies were under attack by a wide variety of groups hoping to censor the public, especially children, from what they deemed “dangerous” content. There’s a plethora of interviews and videos that focus on the PMRC’s war on music, but what we don’t get to see […]

Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC