Being a superfan means knowing more, and getting more, out of what you love the most.
Some movies seem solid at a glance, yet spend so much time belaboring their point that they accidentally ruin whatever they were trying to say.
If you decide you want to devote a weekend to ruining your own sanity, settle in for a marathon of dog movies on Netflix.
Sequels have the potential to take their characters to new and exciting places, but an unfortunate trend has found them Groundhog Day-ing their way through familiar adventures.
I think it was Socrates who once said, 'This show used to be sooo good, but now it just suuucks.'
Every single Star Wars fan has only one question on their mind right now: Has Darth Vader ever used the Force to squeeze a dude's nuts?
The Marvel Cinematic Universe's Loki is arguably the saddest example of the evil genius archetype.
Us nerds all have our favorite fictional characters we like to obsess about.
Death is a minor annoyance in any superhero universe. But we've reached a point where screenwriters don't even try to pretend these characters are mortal, and the characters themselves seem to know it.
'Star Trek: Discovery' may be the most important and relevant iteration of the franchise since the first one.
While Hollywood's top action stars are very skilled at wearing tuxedos and chatting with TV hosts, credit for their craziest onscreen shenanigans belongs to the often-underrated stunt performers.
Whitewashing in movies remains an ongoing problem, but at least we seem to be getting better at calling it out.
How you choose to celebrate this most blessed of holidays is up to you. But consider watching some Halloween-themed TV episodes that actually capture the spirit of Halloween.
Being a horror monster is a lot like being a small town cop: there's lots of down time mixed with brief moments of intense violence. Also, both occupations disproportionately target minorities.