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Jeff VanderMeer's Annihilation Destroyed Us!

By Matt HecklerMarch 13, 2014

Ridley Scott's Alien and John Carpenter's remake of The Thing both prove that a sci-fi horror movie can be a real masterpiece if due credence is given to both its horror side and its sci-fi side. Luckily for us, there is now Jeff VanderMeer's Annihilation...More  →

Jeff VanderMeer's Annihilation Destroyed Us!

Why a Non-White Actor Would Be an Inspiring Choice For Star Wars

By Ryan BrittMarch 13, 2014

According to news breaking on Variety yesterday, J.J. Abrams has narrowed down casting decisions to five male actors to fill the boots of whatever primary good guy will feature prominently (and possibly opposite Adam Driver) in Star Wars: Episode VII.  And while all of this...More  →

Why a Non-White Actor Would Be an Inspiring Choice For Star Wars

17 TV Shows That Need Movies NOW!

By Lisa GranshawMarch 12, 2014

It’s an exciting time for TV fans. Veronica Mars is returning in movie form on March 14 and last month news spread that there’s reportedly a new Farscape film in the works. Farscape fans may have been given closure on the canceled series years ago with a movie, F...More  →

17 TV Shows That Need Movies NOW!

6 Quick Facts You Need About The Flash

By Ryan BrittMarch 12, 2014

After his appearance on Arrow and now with a full costume reveal on EW yesterday, thoughts of a red-clad man called The Flash are racing through some of our minds. And while it’s hard to be completely up-to-speed on all things in the DC universe,...More  →

6 Quick Facts You Need About The Flash

Help Us Decide on This Year's Yearbook Awards Categories!

By Emily WinterMarch 12, 2014

Our annual Yearbook Awards is approaching! For the uninitiated, the Yearbook Awards is a contest in which SparkNotes readers submit photos or video of themselves (with 100 words on why they should win) for one or more superlative categories. Readers vote on their faves, and the...More  →

Help Us Decide on This Year's Yearbook Awards Categories!

The MindHut 2014 Spring Reading List

By Matt HecklerMarch 12, 2014

Winter is going the frak away, finally! It’s time for spring, which means going out into the sun, sitting in the park and reading an awesome book, because who needs athletics? We know how hard it is to figure out what the heck nerds like ourselves should read. There’s on...More  →

The MindHut 2014 Spring Reading List
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The CW Reveals Grant Gustin's Full Flash Costume

By Steven RomanoMarch 11, 2014

For quite some time now we've been hearing plenty of hubbub about Warner Bros. Television and The CW's highly anticipated live action adaptation of the DC Universe's own "Scarlet Speedster," The Flash. And it wasn't long ago that we got our first glimpse of what's...More  →

The CW Reveals Grant Gustin's Full Flash Costume

Sci-fi Movies That NEED Sequels

By Tim ButcherMarch 11, 2014

Some movie sequels are pretty unnecessary. Sometimes you can tell that the only reason they’ve been made is to cash in on the commercial success of the original with the resulting product being a picture that feels lazy, half-baked, and ever so pointless. But there...More  →

Sci-fi Movies That NEED Sequels

The Top 7 Most Terrifying Muppets

By Steven RomanoMarch 11, 2014

You'd have to be a soulless demon from the nether regions of the darkest abyss to not be a fan of the Muppets or the release of their latest movie, Muppets Most Wanted (which is just around the corner, by the way). Endearingly zany and off-the-wall, it's hard not to smile ...More  →

The Top 7 Most Terrifying Muppets
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Finding What's Been Lost in The Clone Wars: The Lost Missions

By Ryan BrittMarch 11, 2014

Trying to figure out how The Clone Wars cartoon fits into the overall story of Star Wars could be described as a game of Jenga played while blindfolded—only someone with Houdini-like Jedi powers could attempt it, but hey, why bother at all? Does anyone care? But...More  →

Finding What's Been Lost in The Clone Wars: The Lost Missions