What 'Westworld' Can Teach Us About Writers

Column by BH Shepherd December 2, 2016
What the characters of "Westworld," some of them writers, can teach us about writers.

Why Luke Cage is the Superhero We Need

Column by BH Shepherd
A look at the cultural significance of a superhero like Luke Cage.

10 Things We Can Learn About Writing from 'You’re the Worst'

Column by Max Booth III September 26, 2016
We dig deep into Stephen Falk's complicated FXX series.

Remixing History: How 'The Get Down' Blends Fact and Fiction

Column by BH Shepherd
A look at how "The Get Down" uses fictional elements to tell a true story.

What 'Stranger Things' Can Teach Us About Characterization

Column by Max Booth III August 9, 2016
Not only is "Stranger Things" great television, it's also a required lesson in quality characterization.
Thank Heavens: New 'American Gods' Trailer

Thank Heavens: New 'American Gods' Trailer

News by Peter Derk July 28, 2016
Magic, mystery, and sledgehammers: the new trailer for Neil Gaiman's 'American Gods' is here.

Storyville: Introducing Your Children to Horror

Column by Richard Thomas July 25, 2016
A guide to turning your kids on to horror.

Is "Stranger Things" The Contemporary Sci-Fi/Horror Juggernaut We've Been Waiting For?

Column by Christopher Shultz
The new Netflix original series has already garnered a big following, but can it sustain its momentum in future seasons?

12 Grammar and Writing Tips from Archer

Column by Taylor Houston July 15, 2016
The animated show 'Archer' is a grammar-lovers wet dream.

James Patterson: The Best Author I've Never Read

Column by Peter Derk July 5, 2016
Maybe you should stop and think before you start shitting on James Patterson.

Comics vs. Television: 'Preacher'

Column by BH Shepherd June 29, 2016
"Preacher" finally got the adaptation fans have been waiting for, but how does it compare to the source material?
Chuck Palahniuk’s ‘Survivor’ Receives TV Treatment

Chuck Palahniuk’s ‘Survivor’ Receives TV Treatment

News by Raine Winters June 24, 2016
Fingers crossed that this will be good, guys.
Atwood Wins PEN Pinter Prize, Adds Netflix Series, Generally Killing It

Atwood Wins PEN Pinter Prize, Adds Netflix Series, Generally Killing It

News by Peter Derk June 21, 2016
Between the PEN Pinter Prize and the announcement of a new Netflix series based on her work, Atwood is where it's at.

CLIFFHANGERS: How 'Game of Thrones' Got It Right and 'The Walking Dead' Didn’t

Column by Cath Murphy May 23, 2016
'Game of Thrones' got its cliffhanger season ending right. 'The Walking Dead' got it wrong. Why?
Bret Easton Ellis to Direct ‘The Deleted’

Bret Easton Ellis to Direct ‘The Deleted’

News by Raine Winters
The ‘American Psycho’ author will be gifting fans with ‘The Deleted.’
Marvel's Cloak And Dagger Coming To TV

Marvel's Cloak And Dagger Coming To TV

News by Peter Derk
Marvel's Cloak and Dagger are headed for TV

Legends of Tomorrow: An Epic Disappointment

Column by BH Shepherd
A look at how a fascinating premise has failed to yield any interesting stories.
‘Making a Murderer’ Lawyer Lands Book Deal

‘Making a Murderer’ Lawyer Lands Book Deal

News by Raine Winters March 10, 2016
The story of Steven Avery isn’t over just yet.
Tom McCarthy to Direct Netflix Series ’13 Reasons Why’

Tom McCarthy to Direct Netflix Series ’13 Reasons Why’

News by Riki Cleveland
Fresh off a Best Picture win for his Oscar-winning film Spotlight, McCarthy will also executive produce the 13-episode series.
YA Novels Featuring Mulder and Scully Releasing January 2017

YA Novels Featuring Mulder and Scully Releasing January 2017

News by Riki Cleveland
With Mulder and Scully’s history safely in two competent novelist’s hands, die-hard X-Files fans can be sure that these origin stories will answer questions long asked of the series.
Behind The Scenes With Lansdale's 'Hap and Leonard'

Behind The Scenes With Lansdale's 'Hap and Leonard'

News by Peter Derk
Take a look at SundanceTV's upcoming 'Hap and Leonard.'

Making A Murderer: How Good Storytelling Made It So Damn Compelling

Column by Peter Derk
'Making A Murderer' was a fascinating story, but good storytelling made it truly excellent.

Book vs. Film vs. TV Series: 'Hannibal'

Column by Christopher Shultz January 21, 2016
Thomas Harris takes us into weird country, Ridley Scott brings us back, but Bryan Fuller hauls us back in again. Who did weird right?