Tim Burton's Frankenweenie follows a young Victor Frankenstein who conducts a science experiment to bring his beloved dog Sparky back to life, only to face unintended, sometimes monstrous, consequences.
Vader's back. This week at Comic-Con, Dark House is revealing a brand new Star Wars comic that's set during the original Star Wars Trilogy. The ongoing series will re-introduce plot-lines for all the familiar characters while giving fans new perspectives on the original story.
Comic-Con 2012 is in full swing and the new trailer for the Sam Raimi-directed Oz: The Great and Powerful starring James Franco, Michelle Williams and Rachel Weisz has got the Internet going a little bananas. A prequel to The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, it tells the magical tale of how the Wizard arrived in Oz became the ruler.
It was ah-mazing running in Course of the Force this morning! Chris Hardwick, Ashley Eckstein, Nerdist and Lucas Films couldn’t have been more gracious hosts.
Number one, the only thing more bad-ass than a zombie is (obviously) a zombie that also happens to be a cage fighter. Number two, there is no number two. Brain-eating creatures? Raging in cages? Already a win.
It seems like TV just keeps getting better. Along the way, the medium is attracting better talent. Even Salmon Rushdie made a deal to create a Sci-Fi series for Showtime last year, remember? And A-list actors like Jim Caveziel-- star of the CBS crime drama Person of Interest-- are being lured away from movies by appealing small screen projects.
Heading to Comic-Con? Not feeling fully prepared? Well, at least allow me to help on the app front. Here are a few must haves that should be in your arsenal. (And PS, if you're not going to Comic-Con, these apps are good for everyday use, too!)
Here comes San Diego Comic Con and it's not all fun and games, know that. It's more of a themed riot than a pop-culture show, so the tactics you employ can mean the difference between a happy time and an internal apocalypse of confusion and disappointment.
It's not called Movie-Con or True Blood-Con or Japanamation-Con. Comic-Con is called Comic-Con for a reason. The reason: it's also about comics.
The Amazing Spider-Man opens in the U.S. on July 3, and early reviews have already come in from a few critics. The two or three people in the world who were hoping to see more of Tobey McGuire will be disappointed, because the new film is a reboot of the previous series and stars Andrew Garfield, the relatively untested co-star of The Social...