Zombies are everywhere in pop culture right now — but not all "zombies" are actually zombies. A traditional zombie is a corpse that rises from the grave and mindlessly hunts the living (to eat our braaaaaains). But that can get old after a while. So here are nine popular "zombies" that are actually something else…
The Lobster, the dystopian romance movie where single people risk being turned into wild animals, just got a lot more interesting. John C. Reilly joined the cast of this English-language film from Oscar-winning Greek director Yorgos Lanthimos.
When you've been on ice as long as Steve Rogers was, there's bound to be some stuff that passed you by. A couple weeks ago, we shared this screencap of Captain America's list of stuff to catch up on. But it turns out the list reads differently in different countries. See for yourself!
Science fiction and fantasy is full of amazing pieces of headgear. From space helmets to wizard hats, there are countless examples of cool things to wear on your head. Here are 40 of the most awesome, iconic, and fun examples of hats and helmets from science fiction and fantasy.
Can't wait until tomorrow for your next dose of Doctor Who? Here's the next best thing. In the radio series A Night with a Vampire, David Tennant brings his vocal talents to reading vampire short stories, including Drink My Blood by Richard Matheson.
How the heck did they come up with some of the crazy monsters in Dungeons & Dragons? There are a lot of weird, memorable monsters that GMs can use to strike fear into the heart of players — and the inspiration behind them is way different than what you probably expect.
We won't all get to visit the most beautiful libraries, but thanks to photographer Will Pryce and architectural historian James Campbell we can all get a taste of what they look like.
We've seen secret agent Sterling Archer fight some pretty awesome foes in past seasons, but it looks like when the show returns in January he's going to be dealing with the coolest enemy of them all: space pirates.