The cult keeps growing around Quentin Tarantin's defining film Pulp Fiction, yet there's still so much fans don't really know.
The Keystone Cops were fictional, incompetent policemen. Some San Francisco police may not be fans, but they did a fair re-enactment. While patrolling the Golden Gate Park, four police officers arrested one of their own. They thought Bret Cornell, an off-duty police trainee, was running away from them. As......
What self-respecting action film fan hasn't wanted a giant LED watch like the one worn by fictional soldier of fortune Snake Plissken in the 1981 classic Escape from New York? Filling this need is Lifeclock One, a fully functional replica...Show More Summary
To say I love Susan Sontag’s writing means I must come to terms with the fact that much of her fiction just isn’t that good. The post In Which a Susan Sontag Fan Learns to Love Her Fiction appeared first on The Millions.
Before Westworld, HBO had Deadwood, a true western without all the science fiction elements of their current hit. The show ran three seasons, starting in 2004, before ending in 2006. Since 2006, Deadwood fans have been hungry for more, and there has been talk of a movie that wraps up the series for over a […]
Fans of “Welcome to Night Vale,” the long-running, twice-monthly podcast that dispatches community news from a fictional desert town where mysterious lights flash in the night sky and even the most implausible conspiracy theories are real, were surprised Tuesday night at Diesel Bookstore to hear...
As any science fiction fan knows, it’s always a bad sign when a robot has dreams or visions of its own. Think Isaac Asimov’s short story collection “Robot Dreams,” Alex Proyas’ 2006 dystopian whodunit “I, Robot” or Kike Maíllo’s 2011 thriller “Eva.“ But for artificial intelligence researchers, the whole notion is anything but a nightmare scenario. Show More Summary
Stranger Things fans are dedicated AF. In the wee hours on Friday, Netflix dropped the second season of its science fiction thriller and fans made sure to stay up for the premiere. However, rather than just watch one episode and move on, many ST stans have already binged the entire second season. Related: The Stars Of Stranger [...]
House of Stairs Sleator 1974 (originally published) 1991 (paperback edition) I remember this book from when I was a teen and it was pretty cool. I was a fan of those dystopian society/social experiment movies and books. My favorites from that era: Stepford Wives, the original Planet of the Apes, and Soylent Green. Show More Summary
In which I write a fan fiction.
A fresh and provocative anthology series inspired by the viral fan fiction of two sentence horror stories, it taps into universal primal fears — death, abandonment, and loneliness — filtered through the anxieties of the most connected and racially diverse generation. Show More Summary
Fans of the Netflix series can call the fictional company Hawkins Power and Light to discover more clues of what may happen in the second season.
Caitriona Balfe and Sam Heughan just reunited in a long awaited episode of Outlander but fans have been imagining the big moment for quite a long time! Some avid watchers of the show have even created their own fan fiction depicting the couple’s on screen reunion and Caitriona and Sam brought it to life! The [...]
Science fiction author Julian May has passed away at the age of 86. Born in Chicago, Illinois in 1931, May became a fan of science fiction in her teens. She sold her first short story, "Dune Roller" (filmed as The Cremators in 1972 by...Show More Summary
Penn Badgley’s next project seems like something right out of Lonely Boy fan fiction: In Lifetime’s You, Badgley plays a bookstore worker who stalks a pretty, aspiring writer’s social media to orchestrate running into her and sparking a romance. Sound familiar? When TV Line asked Badgley about the similarities to ... More »
This may sound like a missing chapter from one of the Harry Potter books or perhaps a line of fan fiction, but it looks as though our favorite wizarding “school bus” recently made a real-world rescue. Jon and Helen Cluett and their four children, ages 6 through 12, were camping in the Scottish Highlands where...read more!
Over three days in July 1939, a group of 200-odd fans gathered in New York City for the inaugural meeting of the World Science Fiction Convention. The event’s coordinators had optimistically predicted that attendance would be five times...Show More Summary
Fans of the steamy Starz romance have come to rely on a certain amount of romantic tension between its leads. Without the love story between Jamie and Claire, Outlander wouldn't be much more than historical fiction about two (kinda) boring folks. Show More Summary
Walter White was a fictional character who never really existed, but the residence that served as his New Mexico home most definitely does exist, and its owners are fed up with Breaking Bad fans making their lives a living hell. TheShow More Summary