It seems that Futurama could live forever based on the love of it’s fans alone. Fandom fervor has resulted in the show coming back from the dead before and now it seems it has done so once again… well, if not unofficially. Cinema Relics Productions has released the long awaited full episode of their Futurama fan-film Fan-O-Rama. For fans who have always wanted to know what their favorite Futurama characters would look like in real life this trailer should be a special treat. (more…)
The last time any of you heard the name Simon Belmont (or the Belmont family for that matter) mentioned on television was in the late 80’s or early 90’s when a little show called Captain N: The Game Master was being broadcast. He wasn’t the star of the show, but he was definitely one of the most memorable characters or else we wouldn’t be mentioning him. Speaking of the Belmonts, there is a little rumor going around the internet talking about the possibility of a Castlevania TV series coming to fruition. Don’t let the picture above fool you, if it does come true, the theme better be Bloody Tears from Castlevania II: Simon’s Quest.
There’s still three months to go until the March 2017 premiere of Adult Swim‘s third season of Rick And Morty, but creators Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland couldn’t wait to give fans a taste of the new season. This unfinished video with some serious “F” bombs should lighten your day and help you get through to the weekend. Just turn down the sound if you’re at work or put on headphones so that annoying co-worker in the next cubicle can’t complain to HR and check out this sneak peek.
George Lucas on the set of ‘THX-1138’
The Legends of Tomorrow have encountered some pretty impressive historical figures, both real and imagined, including Japanese shogun Tokugawa Iemitsu, 1920s Chicago gangster Al Capone, the Golden Age heroes the Justice Society of America and Old West anti-hero Jonah Hex. That’s the fun of a time travel show, getting to run into famous faces of the past, present and future, but usually we’re talking about faces who were leaders, generals, or figures of law and order, not usually famous movie makers. So when the Legends go back in time to 1960s Hollywood when they come from winter break, they’re going to make a surprising new friend. (more…)
It just wouldn’t be Christmas without the Doctor Who special. Screened every Christmas Day on BBC One since the show’s revival in 2005, it offers something that all the family can enjoy while they’re too full of dinner to move about much. And it’s usually a fair bit more interesting than the Queen’s speech. This year’s festive episode, The Return of Doctor Mysterio, marks the start of the tenth series, continuing with the adventures of the twelfth Doctor and following on from the events of last year’s episode, The Husbands of River Song. It was screened in cinemas across the world starting from Boxing Day for fans outside of the UK. (more…)
M. Night Shyamalan‘s Tales From the Crypt reboot comes back from an early grave, but don’t get too excited yet, it may not have long on this TV earth. Reports have been circulating that the TNT series, which received the green light and a 10 episode order was in danger due to budget issues. It’s unclear if that’s a real problem, as now another issue has reared it’s head…rights issues. While TNT insists that the anthology series is still moving forward; it seems to be running into more and more roadblocks by the month. Will Tales from the Crypt Reboot ring in the new year or finally be laid to rest six feet under? Find out after the jump.
The extra few days off the west gets over the festive period for Christmas and New Year is a time that every nine-to-five worker looks forward to all year round. A few days off to hang out with friends and family, eat the homeliest of hot dinners, drink without concern for the consequences and spend a little while putting the world’s problems aside for a bit and just relax, settle into the couch and let time slip by. This year, HBO is making all your chill out time easier to mange to filling, well, all of it with a Game of Thrones marathon. (more…)
The Jim Henson Co. are the masters of puppetry, and it’s where the best in the business bring pieces of plastic and fabric to life and bring joy to children and adults alike. Between The Muppets and Sesame Street, generations have been touched by the work of these master puppet makers, and now they’re opening their doors to find the next great puppeteer.It shouldn’t surprise anyone, that after the success of their SyFy show ” Jim Henson’s Creature Shop Challenge” they’ve decided to return to television with a show that introduces creators and their lovable creations to a world-wide audience. Find out more after the jump.
It’s almost ironic to think that fans had to wait for the two of the fastest superheroes to come back from their winter break. But the wait is almost over, and to celebrate their returns, The CW has debuted trailers for both Supergirl and The Flash. One trailer shows how one hero spent too much time in the sun while she was away, while the other shows that a certain hero hasn’t learned anything from his mistakes.
A foggy small town surrounded by woods. A young person found murdered by the river. A town gripped by feelings of shame and grief as a result. No, this is not Twin Peaks or its upcoming continuation we’re talking about, this is Riverdale, the improbable new CW show based on the safe as houses comic book series where nothing remotely horrifying has ever happened. It’s hard not to get a Twin Peaks vibe from this new teaser, but next month, Riverdale will premiere and give you a look inside the world of the Archies that repeated listening of “Sugar, Sugar” never prepared you for… (more…)