Pandora, the CW’s upcoming summer sci-fi action series, from Mark A. Altman and Steve Kriozere (ABC’s Castle), is the futuristic sci-fi series looking to take viewers on a full-throttle, strange and unique adventure set in the distant future. Aliens, super-powered students, and mysterious teachers are wrapped up in political intrigue and we have everything you need to know before it’s mid-July premiere!
It feels like we are always talking about the Marvel Cinematic Universe, or the DC Extended Universe, or whatever new series in development with a “shared universe” idea has hit the webs this week.
After the success of the MCU, it was no surprise to see some of their work with a shared universe emulated by other franchises and studios. However, it’s easy to forget that while the MCU has basically perfected the idea, they were not the first studio, series, or franchise to dabble with a shared universe.
So today, we will be discussing one of the most interesting yet relatively unknown shared universes out there, and how it relates to other theories that we have seen over the years. Today we will be examining J.J. Abrams, Star Wars, Lost, and a number of other franchises that theoretically exist in the same cinematic universe.
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Everything from graphic violence, nudity, and morbid undertones as well as lots of profanity was all a-okay by HBO and we count off some of our favorite episodes from Tales From The Crypt.
We’ve decided to look back at R.L. Stine’s notable TV show based on his long-running novel series.
Celebrate the work of a titan of horror with some thoughts and musings on several of Romero’s films beyond his Living Dead series.
We take a look at some of the best vocal performances that the late, great Hartman committed to pop culture for an entire generation.
There’s something a little more unsettling when a horror film is inspired by real events. Whether it starts out by spouting its based on a true story or recounts the lives of those caught in the cross-fire of crime or terror, we’ve collected a series of films that draw ever so slightly from the real world.
Japanese production/distribution company Toho, the original home of Godzilla, is planning its own cinematic universe. The House of Godzilla struck a deal with Warner Bros. and Legendary that stunted them from making Godzilla films until 2021.
Based on Dan Simmons novel, AMC’s The Terror follows a fictionalized account of Captain Sir John Franklin’s lost expedition to the Arctic in 1845–1848. The group attempt to discover the Northwest Passage but are faced with treacherous conditions, disease, impending starvation, dwindling hope and fear of the unknown, and quite possibly something beyond our comprehension lurking in the ice and snow.
With comparisons to Richard Nixon swirling, and investigations ramping up, I thought it might be helpful for everyone – liberal or conservative – to have a breakdown of what’s going on. There’s a lot to digest, and there are accusations flying every which way, so let’s just get some the facts out there and the order in which things have transpired.