Are you as hungry for The Hunger Games as we are? You will be after you see the latest trailer. Our appetite is definitely whetted for more.
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If you believe that you don’t need to see the upcoming The Amazing Spider-Man movie because the last movie featuring Spidey was released in 2007, you’re not alone. But the makers of this particular reboot believe they have something different to offer the indifferent movie-goer. This particular version of the life and times of spider-bite victim Peter Parker looks like a more sophisticated than the Sam Raimi version.
We’ve read some pretty strange fan fiction about our favorite sci-fi characters in our time. We’ve even read some pretty over-the-top slash fiction. (Those are stories about our favorite characters with an emphasis on the homoerotic, for those of you …
Aardman Animations is one of the world’s most awesome animation studios. We know this for a fact, because they gave us the Wallace & Gromit films, as well as Curse of the Were-Rabbit and Chicken Run. Now Aardman is putting its mad claymation skills to …
Imagine a world where geekiness was a desired trait and non-geeks aspired to become more like us. This one web series does. And it’s pretty hilarious.
Russell T. Davies, who revived Doctor Who from its 16-year slumber and turned it into the BBC powerhouse that it is today, is producing his newest television creation: Aliens Vs Wizards.
People change all the time: they get new clothes, new hair styles, new spouses. But for some of us, our innate geekiness is always there. And it’s here in this video about Star Trek fandom from 1979.
Arrow-wielding DC Comics character Green Arrow is getting a pilot, courtesy of the CW. Entitled Arrow, if this pilot is successful, it could very well fill CW’s live-action superhero gap, created when Smallville vacated the air in 2011. But out of all the characters in the DC Universe catalog, why Green Arrow?