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.
Column by BH Shepherd May 9, 2014
Sometimes being good just isn't enough. A look at five shows that never got to fulfill their potential.
News by Riki Cleveland May 7, 2014
Chuck Wendig's 'Blackbirds' is being developed for Starz.
Column by Christopher Shultz April 11, 2014
Season finales don't have to be frustrating moments for viewers, and no other show pulls off a gratifying dénouement like 'Game of Thrones.' Let's discuss the whys and hows of it, shall we?
Column by Ryan Peverly April 3, 2014
You saw the show, loved it, and you've had a few weeks to digest it. Now, let's revisit the darkness that was HBO's 'True Detective'-where it came from and what it's done for the weird fiction genre.
News by Sean May
After the Sundance success of the adaptation of 'Cold in July,' Joe R. Lansdale's Hap and Leonard series is headed for the small screen.
News by Sean May February 4, 2014
Neil Gaiman's celebrated novel about Gods fighting for survival is coming to TV as a drama series, produced by Fremantle Media.
Column by Karina Wilson January 17, 2014
Lifetime Movies have always been a guilty pleasure, but this month the female-centered network surpasses itself with all-new 'Flowers In The Attic' and Lizzie Borden adaptations. Lurid takes a look.
News by Rob Hart January 14, 2014
Don't get excited just yet, though... we haven't told you who's writing it.
Interview by Keith Rawson January 10, 2014
LitReactor goes ten rounds with novelist and creator of HBO's 'True Detective,' Nic Pizzolatto
News by Nathan Scalia December 12, 2013
NBC seeks to adapt the classic horror story Rosemary's Baby for the television audience.
Column by John Jarzemsky December 11, 2013
Over Thanksgiving, reality television producer Elan Gale generated the most successful narrative on the web — and it was all a lie. Does it matter?
Column by Kelly Thompson November 18, 2013
I find myself on unfamiliar ground trying to become a "multi-hyphenate." Am I a fool for trying, especially when I'm barely a non-multi-hyphenate? Let's talk.
News by Rob Hart November 18, 2013
AMC has ordered a pilot of the hyper-violent Vertigo comic book series 'Preacher'!
Column by Christopher Shultz October 28, 2013
At three film adaptations now, Stephen King’s first novel is shaping up to be one of his most enduring. But which version really gets it right, and which ones don’t?
Column by Ryan Peverly October 10, 2013
If 'The Walking Dead' has taught us one thing, it's that we are what we've always been.
News by Nathan Scalia October 7, 2013
The writers of Saturday Night Live explore some alternate casting possibilities for the Fifty Shades of Grey film.
Column by Naturi Thomas-Millard October 4, 2013
What the hit TV show can teach us about character, plot and why Walter White was all about love...bitch!
News by Christopher Shultz September 26, 2013
On the heels of Marvel's "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D" premiere, the other big name comics publisher has revealed their own TV plans.
News by Christopher Shultz September 17, 2013
The new show will exist in the same universe as the comic book, but will have no ties to its storyline.
News by Dean Fetzer September 11, 2013
First came the book - all the way back in 1991 - then the Christian Bale movie, now a TV series focused on a fifty-something Patrick Bateman.
News by Nathan Scalia September 4, 2013
The highly popular but short-lived series "Firefly" may be seeing a resurrection as a comic book.
News by Dean Fetzer
In what looks like a bid to become the next Oprah book club, the morning program on NBC has introduced a monthly book segment which has publishers all over-excited.
News by Christopher Shultz
If you're a fuzzy animated Charmin bear, you like your bathroom reading heady and strange.