Last night's Person of Interest was mostly a pretty old-school caper story, with a number of the week who pulls pretty much every kind of con except a retcon.
Based on the wonderful 1983 novel by Mark Helprin, Winter's Tale is set in an alternative timeline starting at the turn of the 20th century in New York City.
The great ships were hive minds, concatenations of thousands of smaller ships that swarmed together so closely you couldn't tell where one ended and another began.
The opening shot of last night's Supernatural episode was the funniest part, as we discovered that a taxidermist has created a whole Game of Thrones tribute, out of woodland creatures.
Artist Marion, also known as Galaxyspeaking, does a puckish genderflip of Peter Pan, reimagining the Boy Who Wouldn't Grow Up as a girl named Petra, who traipses through Neverland with her crew of Lost Girls and her male fairy companion, Tinkerbell.
Author Cat Warren trained her dog to sniff out human remains as a "cadaver dog." In this exclusive excerpt from her book What The Dog Knows: The Science and Wonder of Working Dogs, she explains how this experience taught her about the longstanding connection between dogs and death.
Today, we spun some possible endings for The Walking Dead, composed an epitaph for the humble video store, and learned once and for all why Superman is the loneliest fellow in Metropolis.
Obesity rates among the denizens of Middle-Earth are on the rise. Hobbits, dwarves, orcs and even men are getting fatter, because instead of a sensible diet based on fruits, vegetables and Lembas bread, they're eating at Denny's, thanks to their new The Hobbit: The Desolation of Your Arteries Smaug-themed menu.
Four days ago, the Albert Einstein ATV re-entered the Earth's atmosphere and was destroyed as planned.
The Originals is a weird show. The four characters who came over from The Vampire Diaries to form the bedrock of the show's cast were among the least sympathetic on the parent show, and all the new characters seemed either forgettable or sort of horrible.
Once these stores and factories sold the stuff of children's dreams, but now that they lie abandoned—filled with decaying displays and disembodied doll heads—they are more likely to inspire nightmares.
What does Sir Ian McKellen wear beneath his wizard's robes—or his gold shorts? During a performance this week, he revealed his tighty-Gandalf-the-whities.
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The movie rental giant is dead. Blockbuster is closing its 300 remaining US stores and shuttering its DVD mail business.
Sniff... no, I'm not crying. I just have something in my eye. It's a Lego brick, and it really hurts.
The newly named Lythronax argestes (aka "the king of gore") walked the Earth 12-million years before Tyrannosaurus rex, and at much lower latitudes – yet the two bear a striking resemblance.
It's common scientific wisdom that parasite resistance comes from repeated exposure to a parasite. But a new study has turned this idea on its head.
There's a longstanding theory that life first emerged in pools of water. But if scientists from Cornell are correct, it may have first taken root inside of clay.
Looking to reclaim a little sense of wonder? Check out this breathtaking new footage of Swiss pilot Yves "Jetman" Rossy zooming around Japan's iconic Mount Fuji with an eight-foot-wide, rocket-powered, carbon-fiber wing of his own invention strapped to his back.
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