Column by BH Shepherd May 1, 2015
A lot of movies and shows claim to be dark and gritty, but do they even know what that means? "Daredevil" does.
Column by BH Shepherd
How well does the "Powers" TV show compare to its Eisner-winning source material?
Column by Robbie Blair April 3, 2015
A look at why morally gray characters are so compelling, using the Lannisters of Westeros as my primary examples. Beware: Spoilers abound!
News by Raine Winters
Alas, said series will not involve Harry Potter.
News by Raine Winters February 16, 2015
Season five of HBO's GoT may bring surprises that loyal readers aren't expecting.
News by Peter Derk February 13, 2015
An adaptation of Stephen King's '11/22/63' is headed to Hulu.
News by Peter Derk February 11, 2015
A 'Wheel of Time' Pilot aired in the middle of the night. What's up with that?
Column by Kelly Thompson February 6, 2015
All we hear about in February is love, love, love. Well I say BOO to that. Let's talk about the anti-love...let's talk about great nemesis pairings in media!
Column by BH Shepherd January 22, 2015
How does the new Constantine television series compare to its source material?
News by Peter Derk October 30, 2014
Grady Hendrix's Ikea-based horror novel 'Horrorstor' is being adapted for television.
News by Riki Cleveland October 13, 2014
'The Mortal Instruments' is being resurrected as a television series.
Column by Rob Hart October 13, 2014
'The Strain' just wrapped its first season. And it was not great. Let's discuss!
Column by Rob Hart October 6, 2014
Cover, TV rights, sequel, synopses... oh my!
News by Riki Cleveland
Televisia USA has acquired rights to Anne Rice's 'Sleeping Beauty' series.
News by Peter Derk
Thomas Pynchon's handwritten edits to his Simpsons script revealed!
Column by John Jarzemsky August 18, 2014
'True Detective' was a smash hit, for lovers of television and literary horror alike, but is it all it's cracked up to be?
Column by Riki Cleveland
How does the Starz television adaptation of 'Outlander' stack up to Diana Gabaldon's best-selling novel?
Column by Christopher Shultz
You may have heard the term before, but just what exactly does a showrunner do? Simple: the best of them write novels for the screen.
Column by Rajan Khanna July 25, 2014
Season Four of HBO's 'Game of Thrones' began a distinct move father away from the source material. What does this mean for the books and, most importantly, the ending that they are speeding toward?
News by Riki Cleveland July 10, 2014
Gillian Flynn's 'Sharp Objects' is Headed for Television.
News by Peter Derk July 8, 2014
Clive Barker's 'Nightbreed' will be re-released on DVD and Blu-Ray in October and is being adapted into a TV series.
Column by John Jarzemsky June 18, 2014
Bad guys are getting more and more popular in the realms of literature, film, and television. We've always been drawn to the other, but maybe there's another reason.
News by Joshua Chaplinsky
He's adapted Hubert Selby Jr. and God. This should be a piece of cake.
Column by Ryan Peverly
Robert Bloch introduced the modern Everyman psychopath with 1959s "Psycho", a seminal work that ushered a new fascination with horror into popular culture.
News by Peter Derk May 30, 2014
LeVar Burton and Reading Rainbow have more than doubled their Kickstarter fundraising goal, still have over a month left.