Zombies are all the rage (virus?) these days. “The Walking Dead” has benefitted from our current obsession with all things zombie, and while it seems fresh, many of the ideas are hardly new. That said, let’s take a look at the anatomy of “The Walking Dead.”
G.I. Joe: Retaliation opens this weekend, which naturally got us to thinking about the toys of our youth. Because really, when it comes down to it, that’s what GI Joe was all about. We mean that literally, since the only reason the cartoon existed was to sell the toys.
This week it was reported that George RR Martin, creator and author of the Game of Thrones series of books, will make a cameo in season three of the HBO series. Then, not even twenty-four hours later, it was announced that comic scribe Mark Millar and artist John Romita, Jr. will appear in the film adaptation of the comic they wrote, Kick-Ass 2.
We rank the top 12 villains in Star Trek history!
The new “Evil Dead” from director Fede Alvarez pays loving tribute to the gore of the original by providing one of the grossest, most graphic mainstream horror films in recent memory.
Todd MacFarlane is this week’s guest on All Access Weekly. We talked to him about his career in comics and also his endeavors as an entrepreneur. Although he was a trailblazer as an artist with DC, Marvel, and later as one of the founding members of Image, he might today be known best for his carefully sculpted, detailed, and just plain badass...
Midnight tonight sees the release of the highly anticipated new game “Tomb Raider.” The game is a reboot of the classic franchise that provides a new origin for Lara Croft, and Spike has the inside look.
Having seen the film “21 and Over,” we can tell you with confidence that Jeff Chang (played by Justin Chon) will go down as one of the most epic partiers in film history. I mean, have you ever woken up with a stuffed bear glued to your crotch? Because Jeff Chang has, and that’s pretty awesome.
In memory of Damien Wayne, we’d like to take a look at our Five Favorite Sidekicks in Superhero Comics.
Whether it’s legitimate or just the perception of insiders, there’s no arguing the importance and prestige of the Oscars to the film industry. It may matter much to many film critics and especially the public at large, but it’s still seen as a litmus test and mechanism for change in Hollywood.