Contrary to popular belief, people all over the world are still reading and—as this elegant infographic listing the 10 most read books of the past 50 years shows—their tastes range from the religious to the magical to the romantically inclined undead.
Image of the Day: Why we'd rather be Katniss than Bella
We love Easter. That's because those of us who aren't eating matzoh or ignoring holidays in general get to decorate plain hardboiled eggs to our heart's content. And our heart wants an Easter egg painted to look like an alien. Or a zombie. Or a superhero.
Tonight's episode of Monster Man (10/9C on Syfy) sees the propmakers creating a spider, which should win over anyone who thinks CGI monsters are better looking than models. Personally, we'd achieve that by making a giant, remote-controlled monster that shoots lasers at anyone who puts down the power of good model effects.
Who needs hi-def graphics or crisp Photoshop phonies to sell a sci-fi blockbuster? Gimme the grainy glory of vintage video games any day. Take a look at a retro gallery of minimalist movie posters all keepin' it real in most excellent 8-bit style.
As the old saying goes, hell hath no fury like a woman scorned. And as Jennifer Lawrence and The Hunger Games invade theaters this weekend, we've assembled a sweet-sixteen collection of young ladies who can do a titanic amount of damage if rubbed the wrong way.
Even the most invincible sci-fi heroes need a little luck to get them through now and then, and there's no better time to remember that than St. Patrick's Day. So, with the weekend of green beer and four-leaf clovers upon us, we reflect on the lucky breaks of our favorite characters, from nuked fridges to broken wands.
March 15th is known as the Ides of March. It is the day on which Caesar was stabbed by like a thousand dudes. Caesar's mistake clearly shows what can happen when one is not familiar with Shakespeare's plays.
Image of the Day: Scale-model movie Hogwarts revealed for 1st time
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2 and Hugo tied for the most film nominations, while American Horror Story came in just behind Breaking Bad when the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films announced the nominations for its 38th Annual Saturn Awards.