Adaptations are all the rage these days, and IDW is digging deep into the sci-fi catalog for its latest new series.
This holiday, Syfy celebrates two decades of New Year's Eve spent in the fifth dimension, so we spoke to a pop culture expert (and Rod Serling's friend) for 20 things you didn't know about the Zone.
Sure, 2013 was an awesome year for science fiction — but we also had to bid farewell to some true legends of the genre.
A big part of the Richard Matheson legend comes from his storied TV career.
We lost a legend today. Writer Richard Matheson, author of I Am Legend and a ton of other great works, passed away at the age of 86.
Fans aren't the only ones who complain about crappy adaptations of their favorite genre works. The authors themselves are often unafraid to get in on the action. Here are six sci-fi, fantasy and horror writers who spoke up when their work got butchered.
Hollywood has been making films based on Richard Matheson's fiction for more than 50 years. His novel I Am Legend produced not one but three flicks, and the latest adaptation of his work—Real Steel—opens Friday.
Neil Gaiman has called Kim Newman's Anno Dracula, "the first mash-up of literature, history and vampires, and now, in a world in which vampires are everywhere, it's still the best." Here are the bloody pieces from which Newman built that classic novel, back in print at last. I've often said Anno Dracula is literally a vampire novel, in that it battens on to other novels and sucks their lifeblood—in the process, exploiting, abusing, degrading, feeding off, changing and perhaps immortalising them.
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Hugh Jackman's robot boxing movie begins production this summer in the Midwest.