For "Treehouse of Horror XXIV," Fox pulled out the big guns, with an opening-credits sequence directed by the horror master known for "Pan's Labyrinth" and "The Devil's Backbone."
Everyone's a comedian on April 1st, even your favorite automaker.
Geek elite including Steve Wozniak, Neil Gaiman, Amanda Palmer, Guillermo del Toro, and Stan Lee get their own trading cards complete with stats, trivia, and quotes. The artist talks to Crave's Bonnie Burton.
The new mechs-and-monsters movie has an ace sci-fi concept -- two human pilots are needed for each robot and they must meld their memories.
Predicting the future is a difficult game, but please allow me on this occasion not to predict what I think will happen, but to simply imagine what could happen.
The big screen was invented for Pacific Rim, monster-mashing fun of the highest degree. But should you see it in 3D?
Apple's most faithful take criticism to heart. So they have begun to create their own versions of Samsung's ad which declares the iPhone to be not all that.
Darth Vader's death may be negotiable now that Disney is in charge of new "Star Wars" films. A sketchy rumor hints at a possible return of the famous Sith.
While there are strong similarities between the two mecha-versus-monster tales, Guillermo del Toro's stunning visual roller-coaster goes in its own direction.
JJ Abrams is reportedly taking charge of Star Wars: Episode VII, but can the same man pilot both Star Wars and Star Trek?