It all started with that damn Oceanic Airlines billboard. Within the first six minutes of FlashForward's premiere episode, the similarities and connections to that other ABC time travel show became hard to ignore. Consider the evidence for a FlashForward/Lost conspiracy.
After the success of Paranormal Activity, Paramount Studios plans to launch a division specifically for $100,000-or-less movie projects. Unfortunately, rather than getting innovative horror films to theaters, the movie house will use the department as an expensive focus group.
Is that fungi from another planet? Evidence of nuclear fallout? Nope. Just aerials of Poland's landscape — taken while photographer Kacper Kowalski was paragliding hundreds of feet above.
No, we're not tripping through time with Desmond. The derelict and overgrown plane found in Lost has become a prevalent symbol for a deserted island that's anything but. It also seems to be just as prevalent in the real world.
If you're still mourning the loss of Joss Whedon's Buffy the Vampire Slayer, BBC America hopes to ease your pain. Their new teens-fighting-the-underworld series, Demons, premieres this Saturday in the States. We got a sneak peak.
As we continue to engineer the perfect foods, animals, and children, scientists have figured out a way to engineer the perfect winter resort — by using software to pinpoint the best powder and mountain slopes to build them on.
Science fiction is full of dystopias — and they've got the best interior design. These imaginative interiors and sexy architecture are almost enough to make us want to live in the worst possible worlds, just for the decor.
The 1950s were a decade when science, space, and concepts of the future were celebrated within fashion, architecture, and design. Artist Mark Weaver takes advantage of the fantastic imagery and aesthetics produced during this era to inspire some breathtaking artwork.
Star Trek is one of those shows where the sets and costumes are just as larger than life as Captain Kirk. What would the series be without the Enterprise, after all? Forgotten Trek gives the show's production values their due.
Wait. We're not the smartest of them all? Turns out there was a hominid species before us with a brain a quarter larger than our own. So why isn't anyone talking about it?
The economy is in shambles, the ice caps are melting, and people are putting explosives in their skivvies. Should 2010 bring Mad Max to life, we can only hope that photographer Chen Zhun is in charge of styling.
Ever wonder how Spider-man's most enduring nemesis came to be? Venom's similarities to our masked hero aren't just witty script writing. They're due, in part, to a letter sent from a fan to Marvel editor-in-chief James Shooter.
We all know the overuse of antibiotics can create drug resistant bacteria, but a new study has confirmed that antibiotics aren't the only worry. Put down the Clorox wipes and walk away from the coffee table, now!
Family Guy gets away with murder weekly, but that's especially true when it comes to episodes (or entire movies for that matter) that satirize the highly litigious house of Star Wars. Want to know why?
2009 saw plenty of scientific discoveries — 44-million-year-old hominid Ardi, water on the moon — but some of what we learned wasn't as awesome as we'd hoped. LiveScience takes a look at the news that caused scientific controversy this year.
If not having enough change to give to every downtrodden soul on the subway doesn't make you feel bad enough, now you have to pretend you don't see the abused girl staring out from a flat-screen at the bus stop.