He walked among us in the 1950s, a golden god too good to be true. And he wasn’t, Tab Hunter Confidential reminds us. As a
Seven-year-old Bryce Schottel has been battling lymphatic cancer since February. The boy hasn’t been able to go to school since his diagnosis, and is constantly shuttling to the hospital for chemotherapy and medical procedures. He has...Show More Summary
Actor Jake Gyllenhaal has been commuting among us for years now, lulling NYers to sleep and walking the fine line between staying incognito and pulling off a homeless Adrian Grenier-esque look. Just this week, a Redditor said he spotted Gyllenhaal on the N train (see above) dressed "like a semi hip-hoppy teen." [ more › ]
Do you know The Based God? He, Lil B, will soon (figaro!) walk among us, tour-like. I don’t think you know The Based God. He will rain down rare and collectible rays of light upon our (figaro!) shining, unkempt faces. His voice will boom, his feet will shuffle, his eyes will glisten. Show More Summary
True Blood's series finale airs next weekend, but vampires still walk among us. Take Elijah Wood, whose FX show Wilfred had its series finale last night. The dude's been acting since he was a wee tot, but ever since he hit puberty, his body apparently halted the aging process. See... More »
For the unhip, the answer is in the back of the book. 50+ chapters of grad skool advice goodness: From Black Power/Grad Skool Rulz
Celebrities… they walk among us. Coachella hosted dozens of bands, thousands of fans, and a few celebrities like Aaron Paul and Leonardo DiCaprio this weekend. Of course, most Coachella goers probably didn’t notice DiCaprio (he was wearing a ridiculous mask) but at least one person managed to shoot a video of the Great Gatsby star dancing to MGMT. […]
Lee Everett himself comes by to debut a Wolf Among Us scene and talk about what he's up to next. SPOILERS!
Friends! Have you heard the good news? A prophet walks among us! He's The Digital Prophet?. Video Link. Editor's note: Just so we're all clear here, I think Shingy's cool.
Although he was the last of the Universal Monsters to make his silver screen debut, the Gill Man is certainly not least when it comes to classic terror and monster mayhem! 'The Creature' was an overnight success despite the downwardShow More Summary
The force is with this Jedi, and he likes using his powers to make elevator doors re-open just as they’re sliding shut. You might dismiss it as an odd but
If you sat next to Ariel Castro in a movie theater, you would never guess how evil he was.
Last week’s cliffhanger was a bit confusing, as it wasn’t quite clear what had set Chase off when he spotted crew members walking outside the bathroom window at some point after the fugitive “P-Nut” made his escape. That mystery is solved...Show More Summary
Good news, comedy/horror fans-- THE LOST SKELETON saga will continue next year with THE LOST SKELETON WALKS AMONG US. Writer/director/star Larry Blamire recently announced he will be teaming up with long-time special effects coordinator...Show More Summary
Neil Armstrong died today at the age of 82. He was a giant who walked among us. He was the first of us to walk on the moon. He is the human face of what was likely the most unified and celebrated achievement of America during the past century. Yet he remained modest, still one [...]
On this Independence Day, I wonder, if only it were possible for the second president of the United States, John Adams, to magically find himself walking among us today, how, if at all, might he change some of his most famous quotes...
CBS has decreed that a lost Star Trek script titled "He Walked Among Us" will not be filmed or aired decades after it was first penned. read more
A few weeks back we reported that the Star Trek Phase II fan series was going to film Norman Spinrad’s so-called lost Star Trek script titled "He Walked Among Us." However, it looks like CBS has put the kibosh on the production. TrekMovie has talked with James Cawley to get the details on what happened [...]
Norman Spinrad's lost Star Trek script, "He Walked Among Us" will produced after all. It only took forty-five years for the script to get from page to the screen.
A week or two ago, Norman Spinrad made his unproduced script, He Walked Among Us, available as a Kindle ebook. I've bought it but haven't read it yet. So I won't review it now. Instead, I'll blather a bit on the subject of unproduced...Show More Summary