Take this, Ensign Whatsyername!
Long ago, in a galaxy fa– wait, that’s not it. Long ago, in internet terms, like two years ago, WatchMojo.com made a video about the fighting style of Star Trek‘s Captain Kirk — played, of course, by William Shatner. It’s over six minutes long and if you have the time for such a thing, you can watch it at the bottom of this page.
Or you can just zip through Shatner’s moves as convenient, if cryptic, animated GIFs.
Many horror fans are foaming at the mouth over the forthcoming Starz series Ash vs. Evil Dead, and with good reason. The show, coming to the small screen this fall and running 10 episodes, will see Bruce Campbell reprise his role as Ashley “Ash” Williams, from the classic 1981 film The
“Where’s the best place to be when a zombie apocalypse breaks loose? At sea of course, on a cruise hosted by The Walker Stalkers along with the stars and creative minds behind your favorite television and comic book series!” That’s the pitch from Walker Stalker Cruise, a Walking
Actor Patrick Macnee, who played John Steed on The Avengers from 1961 to 1969, died on Thursday at his home in Rancho Mirage, California. Steed, as the distinguished bowler-hatted, brolly-toting crime-fighter and spy, went on all sorts of dangerous adventures, accompanied by a series of lovely
In a sequel to last year’s The Spoils of Babylon, another mock-serious IFC miniseries starring Saturday Night Live alumni is headed our way, and the trailer was just released today. It’s The Spoils Before Dying, which (like its predecessor) supposedly comes from the pen of Eric Jonrosh
Chance and Community Chest are now The Iron Throne and Valar Morghulis. Income Tax and Luxury Tax are now Master of Coin and Hand of the King. Jail with an angry bad guy is still Jail with an angry bad guy, which makes sense, but Free Parking with a cartoony 1930s automobile is still Free …
Check out these sexy Game of Thrones babes reimagined as vintage pinups by artist Andrew Tarusov. You can buy high-res versions of these, suitable for printing, from patreon.com/tarusov.
An era ends tonight with David Letterman’s final episode of The Late Show. Letterman is an institution on TV of course, and he’s also about as old as we are, in a way. Heavy Metal‘s first issue came out in 1977; Letterman at that time was a nationally-known standup comedian, and
It’s the end of an era on TV tonight—Mad Men airs its final episode. If you’re going to look back at some cool Mad Men art, this is the time to do it, right? These were created by Dan Panosian a couple of years ago—just for the hell of it, because it’s one of his …
We’ve been hearing rumors for quite a long time that The X-Files, the series about paranormal-investigating Feds that ran from 1993-2002 and made David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson famous, would return to TV. Fox Television’s announcement of its 2015-16 prime-time programming confirms