So superhero movies are enjoying their day in the sun. Why is that day today?
Elizabeth Grunewald discusses film and TV.
It doesn't seem like a difficult question, but you'd be surprised.
Batman, can you save some of that chicken soup for me?
Hollywood is rebooting brand-new franchises. Why don't they take a crack at something that hasn't yet been made?
We say it every time an adaptation is filmed. Why is it so?
My grandmother just wouldn't understand.
It can be lonely being a nerd, but there are others out there who share your peculiar passions. I promise.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer may not have been perfect, but it's awfully close.
Exploring a little-used trope, for better or worse.
Those films do much more than just make scads of money.
You have to bring something to the potluck; why not bring something relevant?
Streaming television at our own place is going to result in better programming; just you wait and see.
Does your answer to this question say anything about you as a person? In today's conclusion, it's Star Trek's turn, and Elizabeth answers the question that started it all.
Does your answer to this question say anything about you as a person? Today: examining the Star Wars fan. (Not personally, as a type. Come on.)
The higher they fly, the harder we hate them later. Why are we still so in love with Nathan Fillion?