If you need something to force you away from the dark side this holiday season, why not concentrate the full strength of your midichlorian count on Star Wars papercraft?
When Dan was a kid, he dreamt of two things: flying and getting beamed aboard the Enterprise. In the intervening decades, little has changed. The local expert on funny books and campy, classic sci-fi, Dan has had the good fortune to write for Doctor Who and Angel. In his free time he writes a web comic that at least five people read. Usually, though, you'll find him right here, each day, bringing you all the nerdy news that's fit for digital print.
What do you do when your CW show gets canceled? Get hired at another CW show that's a ratings juggernaut.
Summer Glau plays herself as she navigates life as a performer, an artist and a human being. Also, she's friends with a giant robot named Jeff. This is their story.
What happens when the people who make the movie magic meet the fans who try to imitate that movie magic? You guessed it -- the most magical magic of them all.
The originator of the mainstream comic-book movie isn't so keen on Marvel's way of doing things.
The citizens of Pawnee beam up to the Enterprise D. And it is D-lightful.
There are sequels to Prometheus and Blade Runner coming. Sure, they aren't coming anytime soon, but heck if Ridley Scott isn't talking about them anyway.
"Last Christmas" gets its plot details revealed, Moffat talks what the ep's really about, and then there's a little something on the fate of Clara Oswald ...
Looks like there's good news for would-be cord cutters and people who are tired of mooching HBO Go from their parents.
Demolition Man is a weird movie for many reasons. But the one thing people are still talking about is from a scene that is centered around the toilet.