It turns out horrific inhuman monstrosities are way easier to draw than horses.
NPR turned R2-D2 into a cold-blooded murderer with C-3PO as his culpable witness.
Justin Bieber has risen from the pop ash pile like a bubblegum phoenix.
Science fiction is an inkblot test for the collective anxieties of the present, especially when it comes to stories about dystopian hellholes.
All of Hollywood's most violent, scary and shocking moments were still created by people -- people who make little inside jokes, goof off at work, and occasionally screw around with puppets.
Survivor really lives up to its name, because it shouldn't be around anymore.
Because I'm the kind of guy who always gives in to peer pressure, I decided to humbly poison myself with a ton of alcohol for your amusement.
Sadly, a lot of the people behind some of the best movies ever made get about as much recognition as the guy who sweeps your street at 4 a.m.
Not everyone can write a bestselling novel or a box office success, but even the lowliest of us can interpret our favorite pieces of pop culture in bafflingly awesome new ways.
Enough time has passed for us, as a nation, to finally have a serious conversation about Jurassic World.
We've all been bamboozled by the colorful misdirection of fancy cars and beautiful, preposterously named women.
These kills kicked major ass, even if they don't get a lot of love.