Many avid horror fans cherish gruesome fictional stories, film plots and characters, but many can also appreciate the depiction of a terrifying true crime story as well. A new graphic docudrama series, “HOLLYWOOD & CRIME,” has been unearthed and is an investigative podcast that focuses on Hollywood’s most notorious crimes. Show More Summary
Why do fans of science fiction, comics, and video games need their own social network? Cosmunity founder Cole Egger believes in the power of niche.
Here's a fun treat for TV memorabilia fans or just fans of Norman Lear's groundbreaking sitcom, All in the Family: A jacket worn by fictional Queens resident Archie Bunker, played by the late Carroll O'Connor, was appraised on Antiques Roadshow. A woman bought it from an estate sale of O'Connor's widow and paid just $40 for the plaid CPO coat! [ more › ]
Khloe Kardashian made a surprise appearance this weekend... in a ladies room... in Jamaica. A fan ran into Khloe Saturday night in the bathroom of Fiction Fantasy nightclub during an after-party for the Youth View Awards -- essentially Jamaica's…
The Constant Readers of the works of Stephen King (yes, there’s a proper name for his most loyal fans) will recognize the name Castle Rock for being the fictional town of Maine where many of the author’s stories have been set. Stories like Cujo, The Dead Zone and The Body are set in that location […] The post ‘Castle Rock’ Teaser: J.J. Show More Summary
Katy Perry wants to take you to Oblivia, the “world’s newest and craziest amusement park.” The 32-year-old entertainer took to her Twitter to share a video about the fictional theme park, which fans are assuming is part of a music video for her new song “Chained to the Rhythm.” “Admission is ‘free’ See you next [...]
If you’re a fan of science fiction and fantasy books, this has been a good week for you. Along with Philip Pullman finally giving the follow-up to His Dark Materials a release date, Neil Gaiman has announced that his next work will be a sequel to Neverwhere. Read more...
Today’s selection of articles from Kotaku’s reader run community: Father Deeply Disturbed By Daughter’s Overwatch Fan Fiction • Spacemon: A Pokémon TRPG: Tales & Transmissions - The Special Day • Cooking With Raitzeno - Valentine’s Day Ed • Ranking The Persona 5 Valentine’s Day Cards Read more...
Buried within the apparel section of the still-very-active shop.donaldjtrump.com are a number of men modeling Trump apparel. These men are a total mystery, aside from the fact that they all appear vaguely threatening and don’t seem to actually be models. Read more...
As Lemony Snicket fans know, the fictional author is fond of hiding secret messages throughout his books. Is there a code lurking within the new Netflix series, too?
From Burger Fiction: As big fans of the first John Wick, we are excited about the sequel, and we thought it would be fun to take a look back at Keanu’s career. Party on, dudes! [Burger Fiction] The post The Evolution Of Keanu Reeves In Movies appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.
Don't let anyone ever tell you that science fiction books are just for boys, and that teen girls don't understand them.
“Tom is not as terrible as he appears.” Once upon a time, there was a young witch-in-training named Hermione, who fell in love with a half-blood orphan. PistolShrimps used muggle magic to weave the finest of fan fiction.
To celebrate John Wick: Chapter 2 blasting its way into theaters this week, Burger Fiction took a look at the evolution of Keanu Reeves’ movie career. As big fans of the first John Wick, we are excited about the sequel, and we thought it would be fun to take a look back at Keanu’s career. […]
It's fair to say that Colin Firth's rendition of Mr Darcy in Pride and Prejudice captured the hearts of countless Jane Austen fans. But a group of UK academics have discovered that Austen's fictional heartthrob Mr Fitzwilliam Darcy didn't look at all like the actors — Colin Firth and Matthew MacFadyen — who've played him. SEE ALSO: Thirsty Mr. Show More Summary
There’s a certain style of fiction that I like to call “the airport book.” They’re typically mass-market paperbacks that you pick up at the airport and read the majority of on a plane or on a beach. They have a dozen or so twists and...Show More Summary
CNET's Bonnie Burton remembers the original "Battlestar Galactica" actor, an avid sci-fi aficionado who could chat for hours with other science fiction fans.
Back in October, the world was briefly enamored with a viral video featuring the Japanese comedian Daimaou Kosaka performing as the fictional songwriter Piko-Taro. The nonsensical "Pen-Pineapple-Apple-Pen" became a sensation, becoming the shortest song to chart on the Billboard Hot 100, and beloved enough to justify the creation of a full-length single. Much of the…
Science Fiction is a term that means a lot of different things to a lot of different fans. When I was kid I thought it kind of meant Star Trek and Lost in Space, Bradbury books and the Twilight Zone episodes that included aliens. Of course, it’s so much bigger than that. There are subgenres […]
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