Final Fantasy VII hit iOS last week with a $15.99 price tag, which left a number of people skeptical as to how much work was put into it. After playing it however, I have to say that most of my fears were put to rest. By default, there are virtual controls available on-screen, which are easy enough to navigate. Show More Summary
By Michael J.W. Stickings Here's a great video from another of Kscope's great acts, The Pineapple Thief, a fantastic band that released the truly fantastic album Magnolia, which includes this song, last year. This isn't the first time I've mentioned them here. Show More Summary
The big-budget flop from 20th Century Fox added to fears about superhero fatigue and called into question Hollywood’s willingness to hire novice directors for major films.
There is strength in numbers. Fox has debuted yet another new TV spot for Josh Trank's Fantastic Four, to follow up the final trailer that hit earlier in the week. In this spot, we get a good glimpse of the Fantastic Four team - Miles Teller as Mr. Show More Summary
A whole bunch of new footage from Josh Trank's upcoming "Fantastic Four" reboot, including a new look at Dr. Doom, debuts in this new TV spot.
Superheroes always end up getting misunderstood, feared and taken to task by the government for the potential threat they pose to humanity. Superman has to go to court in Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, The Avengers seem to be sidelined...Show More Summary
Discovery Channel’s Shark Week started as a way to raise awareness about the shark population and educate viewers about the most feared species of the deep sea. The programming has taken a few turns into absurd Grand Guignol docufiction territory, but this isn’t the first time that sharks have been portrayed through a documentary and fictional lens. Show More Summary
Developer Roelof Pieters fantastically processed a short scene from the 1998 film adaptation of the Hunter S. Thompson novel Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas through Google’s artificial neural network. Pieters applied a similar process...Show More Summary
Also Telltale Games announces plans for live performance of its Walking Dead story, and a new Fantastic Four TV spot.
Channing Tatum talks about preparing to play Gambit. Fear The Walking Dead is all about families. Syfy announces a strange new horror series. Plus, what’s to come on Zoo and Under the Dome, more Fantastic Four footage, a female director returns to Doctor Who, and Agent Carter hits Comic-Con. Spoilers get! Read more...
The monstrous harpy eagle. (Photo: Bjørn Christian Tørrissen/WikiCommons CC BY-SA 3.0) Pining for a more resplendent world, one with dragons, unicorns and other fantastic beasts? Fear not—the natural world is full of creatures with near-magical abilities, and scientists who name them accordingly. Show More Summary
Plus a new Fantastic Four banner, Olivia Munn posts X-Men: Apocalypse video on Instagram, and Fear The Walking Dead Comic-Con Poster Debuts.
Three of the foursome appear in new image from the "FF" reboot; "Man of Steel's" destruction gets called out in new "BvS" promos and more.
Beautiful. Caitlyn Jenner has finally made her debut into the world on the cover of Vanity Fair and she looks fantastic! The photos were all shot by famed photographer Annie Leibovitz in the 65-year-old's home in Malibu. [ Photo: Meet Caitlyn Jenner ] Caitlyn opened up about her journey during the shoot and revealed her decision was based on [...]
Michael B. Jordan took on the myopic geeks who are up in arms over his casting as white superhero Johnny Storm in The Fantastic Four. Here’s why superhero canon need revisionism.
Jon Jones was set to headline this fantastic event, but he is serving an indefinite suspension for his out-of-cage events. Fear not, fight fans. UFC 187 remains spectacular. Jones did not make this fight card. Although his exclusionShow More Summary
Working under a leader that's as eccentric, brilliant, and intense as Elon Musk is sure to come with it's fair share of challenges and benefits. In his new book, "Elon Musk: Tesla, SpaceX, and the Quest for a Fantastic Future," Bloomberg's...Show More Summary
Haunted Horror #16 is in stores NOW, and beyond that creepy-crawly insect cover awaits today's even creepier, crawlier insect tale to take a bite out of your senses! Originally presented in the November 1953 issue of Fantastic FearsShow More Summary
A couple of weeks ago we hit you guys with this fantastic new trailer for Tom Green’s MONSTERS: DARK CONTINENT, the sequel to Gareth Edwards’ indie creature feature. Now that we’re less than a month away from its VOD debut, April 17th, we have an all-new poster to share, one with monsters and mayhem. Show More Summary
You never know when you'll need to take the fight to a particularly nasty Alien - but never fear, as this fantastic poster by Ryan Brinkerhoff not only shows you a few tips, but also looks very stylish. Read more...