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Past articles by Eric:

TV anthologies are gloomy. That’s why Tales from the Loop's earnestness will throw you for a loop

Rebecca Hall, Paul Schneider, and series creator Nathaniel Halpern discuss why they rejected cynicism in their new sci-fi anthology show Tales from the Loop. → Read More

Elijah Wood and his Come to Daddy director were terrified by the titular daddy off-screen, too

Elijah Wood and Come to Daddy director Ant Timpson talk everything from the difficulties of low budget filmmaking to being legit afraid of Stephen McHattie. → Read More

Can you tell an H.P. Lovecraft story while rejecting his hatred?

Cult favorite director Richard Stanley talks candidly about his complicated feelings toward one of his favorite authors and how that influenced his adaptation. → Read More

Director Leigh Whannell says The Invisible Man is the psycho Aquaman of the Universal monsters

SYFY WIRE visits the set of Leigh Whannell's contemporary adaptation of The Invisible Man and talks with stars Elizabeth Moss and Oliver Jackson-Cohen. → Read More

Holiday Gift Guide 2019: Housewares!

From a BB-8 pizza cutter to a Necronomicon pillow, this section of the Guide covers geeky stuff for your abode! → Read More

Holiday Gift Guide 2019! Apparel!

Tees, Jackets, Watches, Socks and Ugly Xmas Sweaters, Oh My! So Much Wearable Geeky Stuff! → Read More

Holiday Gift Guide 2019: Music!

From limited edition CDs and collector's edition vinyl LPs this section of the Guide features some amazingly geeky music! → Read More

Holiday Gift Guide 2019: Books, Part 1!

This chapter of the Holiday Gift Guide takes a look at the nerdy books of 2019! → Read More

Holiday Gift Guide 2019: Books, Part 2!

Part 2 of the Book section of the Holiday Gift Guide features some of the pricier tomes on the market today! → Read More

Holiday Gift Guide 2019! Blu-Rays, Part 2!

Part 2 of the Blu-Ray section delves into the crazier box sets on sale this season! → Read More

Holiday Gift Guide 2019: Blu-Rays, Part 1!

Let's Take A Look At The Best Physical Media Available This Holiday Season! → Read More

Come to Daddy director Ant Timpson is also mesmerized by Elijah Wood's doe eyes

Director Ant Timpson talks about his sadly personal connection to his horror comedy Come to Daddy, which sees Elijah Wood facing off against Stephen McHattie. → Read More

The long, hard road to making Stephen King and Joe Hill's In the Tall Grass

In the Tall Grass, which just debuted at Fantastic Fest, is not one of horror master Stephen King's most well-known stories, even among huge fans of the prolific author's work. → Read More

Director Takashi Miike looks back on some of his best (and bloodiest) movies

From Audition to First Love, legendary cult filmmaker Takashi Miike speaks out about his bloodiest, silliest and most bizarre films. → Read More

Villains, with Bill Skarsgard and Maika Monroe, was maybe SXSW's most twisted film

The SXSW midnight flick Villains is a unique movie. Imagine putting Don't Breathe, Raising Arizona, The People Under the Stairs and Twin Peaks in a blender, and have it somehow work, and you're pretty close to figuring out the tone of this movie. → Read More

Will Forte, failed rock star, hunts for a child sacrifice in Extra Ordinary

One of the pleasant surprises at this year's SXSW Film Festival was a film called Extra Ordinary, a supernatural comedy from Ireland that manages to bring together a great comedic cast to tell a very R-rated story. It's a delicate brew that combines demonic sacrifice, middle-aged romance, severed appendages, exploding bodies, and "tiny hauntings," and somehow makes it work. → Read More

Pet Sematary directors reveal Stephen King Easter eggs and talk about that big change

Pet Sematary is famously one of the Stephen King's darkest, most brutal books. So dark and brutal that legend has it he almost didn't publish it, but relented when Tabitha, his wife, insisted it was "awful, but too good not to be read." How's that for an endorsement? → Read More

Terminator 6's Tim Miller says Linda Hamilton and James Cameron's rules are key

We love the Terminator movies. That's a given. James Cameron's gritty, low budget original blew people's minds and then he went and took everything to the next level with his mega-budget action-focused sequel that set the gold standard for studio blockbuster releases. → Read More

How Netflix's spectacularly weird Love, Death & Robots came together

Tim Miller and David Fincher aim to scramble and rearrange the face of TV animation with their ambitious Netflix series Love, Death & Robots, which features short, adult tales told in a variety of styles. At SXSW this week, they debuted six of the 18 shorts that went live on Netflix today. These risque shorts ran the gamut of comedy, thriller, crime, sci-fi horror and everything in-between. → Read More

Good Omens' David Tennant and Michael Sheen's biggest challenge: Making audiences care about them

It's not every day an actor gets to step into the shoes of immortal beings, let alone those at the center of a hugely popular fantasy novel. David Tennant and Michael Sheen, genre immortals themselves, will do just that as the stars in the upcoming TV adaptation of Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett's Good Omens. → Read More