Nothing quite says 'bummer, man' like millions of voices suddenly crying out in terror and then being suddenly silenced.
If you’ve ever wanted to hunt down Cylons and play in the politics of Ronald D. Moore’s Battlestar Galactica universe (for real) you’re in luck — there’s a LARP for that.
The drawn-out finale to Ronald D. Moore’s BSG rubbed more than a few fans the wrong way, but if Katee Sackhoff had her way, there’d have at least been one major change.
You can’t keep a good robot down. Or an evil one. Or any robot, really.
We're still not sure what the Cylons plan was, but this Battlestar Galactica fan clearly knew what he was doing.
Well this is pretty frakking unbelievable.
Just last year, Bryan Singer was teasing us about his 'very cool' new Battlestar Galactica movie.
With his classy English accent, James Callis can make almost anything make sense. But, even Gaius Baltar himself is still confused over Ron Moore’s controversial Battlestar Galactica finale.
When Ronald D. Moore rebooted the classic sci-fi series Battlestar Galactica, he threw out a lot of the cheesier elements and made the show a dark, political work of art. He also dropped the famed narrated coda that accompanied every episode. Or did he?
The CW's Arrow continues to cast sci-fi favorites. They've grabbed Torchwood's John Barrowman, Fringe's Seth Gabel and Farscape's Ben Browder, just to name a few. Their latest get comes from the always popular Battlestar Galactica.