The minds behind 'Lost,' 'Buffy' and other shows shed light on their jobs. Read an excerpt.
Christos Gage returns with “Fray” artist, Karl Moline, to deliver an appetizing filler chapter that contributes nicely to the larger tapestry of “Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 10”. Pick up “I Wish” Part One today, and hit the jump to read our review! WRITTEN BY: Christos Gage ART BY: Karl Moline, Cliff Richards PUBLISHER: Dark Horse […]
At the most random times I think about Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Of course, Buffy is a strong woman who doesn’t need anyone, but if we’re talking about Buffy and a boyfriend: Buffy and Angel or Buffy and Spike? (As usual, we will try to ignore Riley.)
When parodies go wrong, they go horribly wrong. That's probably why you've never heard of Not Another High School Show. Comedy Central ordered a pilot of the show in 2006 as a spin off of 2001's Not Another High School Movie, and it disappeared soon after its 2007 premiere. Now you can see why: it's pretty awful.
Back in 2007, the folks behind Not Another High School Movie created the pilot for Not Another High School Show. As you can probably guess, the show was a spoof of all the tween TV series we love, starring Alison Brie and Jennifer Lawrence. Now, the first-ever footage from the parody series is out, and it's... not great. Read more...
There are a lot of jokes about vaginas in this Buffy the Vampire Slayer parody, tragically titled Muffy the… Read More
Although not as risible the similarly named Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer films, 2001’s Not Another Teen Movie wasn’t exactly
Somehow finding a way to make the combination of Alison Brie, Jennifer Lawrence, Jon Benjamin, and Buffy The Vampire Slayer unwatchable, here’s a clip from Not Another High School Show—a pilot that Comedy Central commissioned from Not...Show More Summary
by SB Sarah In this week's episode, Sarah chats with Nikki, an Australian romance reader who is also part of the Buffy fandom Down Under. They chat about fandoms, and some of the reasons they make people happy, as well as Emma Approved, going down the rabbit hole when you love something that much, and more. Show More Summary
Otherworldly drama has had a special place in TV fans' hearts since the days of Buffy The Vampire Slayer and Charmed. Fiction has gradually evolved vampires and werewolves from malevolent and hostile creatures to being compassionate near-human heroes. True Blood has changed the way we perceive vampires. It went from portraying vampires as a minority […]
Answer: You get Lucifer, a young thief who steals exclusively from the denizens of the underworld, and the young star of Michael Alan Nelson's fan-favorite horror series Hexed. Plus, a look back at Transformers history, a golden age team-up and more, all in this week's comics! Read more...
Showrunner Rob Thomas and the cast of The CW's new show embrace their genre ties and hope for a hit with their zombie detective procedural.
Plenty of science fiction and fantasy stories have angels and demons wandering around. Or minor deities, like Glory in Buffy. But a few stories dare to introduce THE God. The Judeo-Christian Supreme Being. Here are the absolute wildest stories where God makes an appearance. Read more...
Welcome back to Stay Tuned, Vulture's TV advice column. Each Wednesday, Margaret Lyons will answer your questions about what to watch, when to watch it, whom to watch it with, and how to feel about the whole thing. To submit your own questions, you can email email@example.com, leave a comment,... More »
Will Dark WIllow return in Christos Gage and Karl Moline's "Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 10" #6? CBR has an exclusive preview!
For the latest installment of our summer binge-watching series we're going back to the hell of high school with Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
To say we're excited about Rob Thomas returning to television with a female-led mystery series is an understatement. We cannot wait for iZombie. And we got all the details in our exclusive interview with Thomas and lead zombie Rose McIver. Read more...
If I wasn't told the star of this film was Arrow's Katie Cassidy (aka Laurel Lance), I never would have guessed it.
We've seen Pedro Pascal's Prince Oberyn Martell endure the most brutal of deaths when he lost to The Mountain in "Game of Thrones" last season. However, Pascal also died on a famous '90s show in a small part you probably don't remember. While...Show More Summary
NICHOLAS BRENDON THEN: It?s no secret that I was a fan of the uber-cool TV series ?Buffy the Vampire Slayer.? In fact, if it crosses my path while channel surfing, it stays on. What was great about it? Well, everything and then some....Show More Summary