When people talk about time travel, it's always about paradoxes and butterfly effects. But the worst things about time travel or far more insidious.
Even a future classic can look like a guaranteed flop in the eyes of a studio executive.
With Jurassic Park 3D blowing up the box office, studios seem more than willing to dig into the archive for some rereleases.
If you though someone making a time machine out of a DeLorean is awesome then... you're right. It's pretty awesome. But only a fool would stop there! Sorry, Doc Brown. You're time machine is pretty cool, but can it hover ON WATER?
The life span of movies and TV shows always seems to be cyclical, and sometimes those reboots and reimaginings are good ideas, and sometimes not. The new Battlestar Galactica was a hit. The new Total Recall limping through the box office? Not so much.
You might wanna put your headphones on: It's not that the phrase "son of a bitch" is particularly Not Safe For Work—well, not these days—it's that listening to a two-minute barrage of sci-fi and fantasy characters belting it out could turn some heads.
We're celebrating Earth Week here on Blastr, and decided to start out by reminding you that one small act can make a big difference when it comes to changing the world. Why, imagine if E.T. had discovered some horrible candy like marshmallow chicks! He probably would've radioed for an Earth invasion solely out of pity.
Syfy's new series Dream Machines premieres tonight at 10/9C, and since it's about creating the epic sci-fi car of our dreams, we decided to take a look at some of the coolest flying cars in film and TV history.
You remember Peeps, right? Those cute little multicolored marshmallow bunnies and chicks that wound up in your Easter basket every year? Sometimes you ate them, sometimes you smashed them flat and sometimes you put them in the microwave until they exploded.
Everyone has those movies that they love from their sepia-toned childhoods. And if you grow up to be a filmmaker, you might find yourself in the position to demonstrate that love by remaking that beloved flick. For the Harold and Kumar guys, that film is Robert Zemeckis' Back to the Future and their collective dream might come true.