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Nicolas Cage should not stop at Dracula, but play all the Universal Monsters.
“Bounty,” the latest episode of Star Trek: Picard, reveals that for some unknown reason Section 31 has been storing James T. Kirk’s corpse for decades.
We have a theory that Jack Crusher inherited his father’s connection to the Borg, and that the Changelings are hunting him to use his his genetic code to recreate a new version of The Great Link.
Marvel’s video games, from X-Men the Arcade Game to Spider-Man 2, are better than DC’s versions that, with one exception, fail to capture the characters properly.
Marvel Zombies, the spin-off of What If…? about a universe filled with flesh-eating monsters, has no actual reason to be made.
Opinion Editor Michileen Martin argues that in order for The Mandalorian to continue to grow, Grogu has to finally speak.
Mr. Freeze is Batman’s most nuanced and tragic villain, but has never gotten a great feature film portrayal.
Opinion editor Michileen Martin theorizes The Mandalorian’s third season may be preparing us for Katee Sackhoff to replace Pedro Pascal as the primary protagonist of the series.
Quentin Tarantino directed the CSI Season 5 two-parter, “Grave Danger,” the best episodes in the history of the series and they have his fingerprints all over them.
With Renfield on the way, we look at what was previously the best vampire flick of the last ten years – What We Do in the Shadows.
Star Trek should adopt Star Wars’ strategy of cross-pollination of its media.
Yellowjackets needs to avoid the mistake The X-Files made by alienating viewers with constantly delayed answers.
Bill Paxton’s ability to play clowns in serious science fiction made those movies feel somehow more real.
The 1987 sci-fi drama Enemy Mine deserves a second look for a lot of reasons, but chiefly because of something that’s become much more relevant since it was released – the fluidity of gender.
James Gunn can turn Superman into a human figure, rather than a distant, potentially terrifying god.
Opinion Editor and animal lover Michileen Martin argues one of the many reasons Prey is a magnificent film is that, against all odds, the dog lives.
Opinion Editor Michileen Martin argues that Willow needs to get another season so more fans get the chance to hop on board.
Our writer argues there is no good reason for DC to keep the Batgirl movie under wraps.
Our Opinion Editor presents a theory that the revelation in the most recent episode of Star Trek: Picard that the Changelings are now part-solid could fix the Deep Space Nine story in which the late Rene Auburjonois’ Odo becomes solid.
Of all the times Star Trek could return to in a future project, our writer argues the period immediately following 2002’s Star Trek: Nemesis would be ideal.
Netflix’s season release plan, splitting seasons into two bing-able halves, results in shows being discussed and enjoyed for less time while making it hard for fans to avoid spoilers.
Disney needs to release the original Star Wars trilogy to preserve the franchise’s impact.
Robert Downey Jr. returning to Marvel would be admitting his career needs the franchise, the franchise can’t go on without him, and that his character’s death ultimately meant nothing.
The Last of Us Season 2 absolutely needs to stay faithful to Joel’s fate from The Last of Us Part II.
The Ted Lasson season 3 premiere indicates the show will continue the narrative of emotional development via U.K. football.
Ellen Pompeo left Grey’s Anatomy after playing Meredith Grey for 19 seasons, and the understated underwhelming exit has caused a drop in viewers as the new cast can not compare.
Marvel needs there to be one Kang for the character to have any significance, which is directly against how he is portrayed as a Multiversal threat.
Henry Cavill should play a younger version of Star Trek’s Sarek, Spock’s father.
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade should be rated more highly for focusing on emotional growth as much as action.
“Look for the Light,” the Last of Us Season 1 finale, is as simultaneously difficult to watch and as excellent as the rest of the series.