I read a book recently that was fantastic yet horrible at the same time. It's bringing out the raw part of me that I'd prefer to keep hidden. One of the reasons I subject myself to this kind of 'opportunity' is to get better at being me, and to get rid of some of my hangups. Show More Summary
Suffering from Grease withdrawal? Never fear — we have just the playlist for you Fox's fantastic production of Grease: Live Sunday night transported viewers back to the fictional world of T-Birds and Pink Ladies and a whole lot of "Greased...Show More Summary
This one might be a scrolldown for me in the vein that Sarah Paulson (coming up) also is: a FANTASTIC head over a big ol’ HMM of a dress. This is neither as bad as I keep fearing it is, nor as good as I want it to be. It’s the closest I’ve ever seen Read More...
Wouldn't it be nice if we could all live completely fearless lives? While this would be fantastic, it is highly unlikely. However, fear doesn't necessarily have to be a bad thing. After all, we experience fear for a reason. There are different types of fear. Show More Summary
If you're a hardcore Harry Potter fan who's been feeling a little apprehensive about Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, have no fear: we've got news that will put your troubled mind at ease. In an exclusive interview with director David Yates (the mastermind behind the final four Potter films), Pottermore gained brand-new information about J.K. Show More Summary
We got lost under a pile of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them news yesterday and maybe focused a bit too much on Eddie Redmayne's costume and the terrible, awful, no good, very bad name for American muggles. Why? Well it seems we missed the actual plot details somewhere in all the fun, so let's think too hard about those now.
A few months ago I was rolling my eyes about Man Up. Already I was casting it into the pile of Simon Pegg duds (Run Fatboy Run, How to Lose Friends & Alienate People, A Fantastic Fear of Everything, Hector...
Hungry for wands, stuffy spell books and elaborate magical alleys with complicated villain back stories? Never fear, the Harry Potter universe has returned with the new prequel film "Fantastic Beasts." Entertainment Weekly has debuted a collection of stills for the "Harry Potter" prequel, "Fantastic...
Disney•Pixar has created a fantastic new video where the emotions (Joy, Anger, Fear, Disgust, and Sadness) from their 2015 animated film, Inside Out, watch and react to the third official trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Here’s the original Force Awakens trailer for reference:
It’s an incredibly quiet week in new comics... almost too quiet. Such a sinister environ is perfect for the release of Wild’s End: The Enemy Within, the follow-up to the fantastic tale of 1930s anthropomorphic animals holding off an alien invasion (or so they thought!). Let’s dig in and check out whats new in comics this week, shall we? Read more...
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.