BSG comic will be based on the original series

Dynamite has managed to obtain the license to the 1978  sci-fi series.

Wolverine, Yukio and Viper spotted in Sydney

Hugh Jackman (Wolverine) and Svetlana Khodchenkova (Viper) were recently caught by photographers in Sydney, preparing to film a scene on the streets.

David Fincher preps Halo 4 launch trailer

David Fincher was already one of the hottest video directors in Hollywood before he broke through with his second film, Se7en, in 1995.

The Dark Horse comics of Lance Henriksen

Veteran genre actor Lance Henriksen is currently penning To Hell You Ride for Dark Horse Comics.

X-Files master Chris Carter is ready for more genre TV

After nearly a decade without a project, Chris Carter has an idea for a new show.

What went wrong behind the scenes of Prometheus?

Prometheus should have been one of the greatest films of the decade, yet it fell flat for many fans. Original screenwriter for the film, Jon Spaihts, offers some insight into what happened.  

Ultimate Doctor Who infographic depicts the companions

A British publication has compiled an extremely detailed and informative History of the Companions.

Game of Thrones loves Dubrovnik

A Dubrovnik-based magazine recently caught up with the Game of Thrones while filmmakers were shooting an original scene that is absent from the original text.

Marvel teases new NOW! info

Marvel recently disclosed a few new details about its upcoming Avengers reboot along with some teaser images for other upcoming books.

The state of genre television - Fall 2012

Last year at this time it seemed like we were entering a 'golden age' of genre television. How did that hold up?

Review: The visions of Merlin

The new season of the BBC's popular Arthurian drama premiered this weekend, and it does not disappoint.

Blade Runner and Alien universes may be the same

An extra on the Prometheus Blu-ray indicates that Sir Peter Weyland once knew Dr. Eldon Tyrell.

Simcity gameplay footage gambles it all away

Simcity is back under old management.

The history of modern horror - part II

Horror films may have had a pretty strong year so far, but that doesn’t mean the genre still has the respect it deserves.

Barrowman has an idea for Torchwood series 5

John Barrowman has written a book in the Torchwood story-world, which he thinks should serve as the basis for a new series.

The rock 'n roll of Marshall amps

It’s hard to imagine rock and roll without Marshall amps, as the British based company has set the standard for big, loud, distorted amplifiers since the sixties.

The history of modern horror

Horror films have been around practically since the dawn of cinema itself, going all the way back to The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari in 1920.

The Hobbit gets an extended edition

Fans of Tolkien's Middle Earth remain divided about Peter Jackson's version of The Hobbit. Originally slated to be a two-part film, the adaptation will ultimately be hitting theaters as a trilogy.

Merlin series 5 trailer sits the round table

BBC One has posted a trailer for the upcoming fifth series of its popular Arthurian drama.

A closer look at the new Lone Ranger

It’s been a long, hard road for The Lone Ranger, but a new trailer for the reboot of the classic western recently debuted.