(This article contains spoilers for the season 6 finale of "Fear the Walking Dead") Now that is follow-through. During this entire story arc with Teddy's doomsday cult, I never really thought the nuke was truly a threat. But I held out some small hope that the bad guys would succeed, that they would deliver a massive jolt not to just "Fear the Walking Dead" but also to the entire "Walking Dead" TV universe. And they did it. They really did it. And I think I can speak for most viewers when I say I'm extremely curious about what's gonna happen next now that Isabelle, Al's . . .
(Below you'll find some pretty significant spoilers for the premiere of Marvel series "Loki" on Disney+. So, if you haven't watched the episode yet, you might want to steer. Unless you like spoilers, in which case have fun!) There are plenty of things on "Loki" that will make your head hurt if you think about them too hard. We've got time travel and multiverses and time cops and just generally a whole bunch of outlandish sci-fi things. And we've also got Infinity Stones. A lot of Infinity Stones. The Stones pop up while Loki makes a brief attempt to escape the clutches of the . . .
(There are spoilers for Zack Snyder's "Army of the Dead" on Netflix in this article) Zack Snyder's "Army of the Dead" is a pretty straightforward zombie movie. Or is it? Some fans have taken a line from the film, in which a character muses about being trapped in a time loop, more literally than they probably should have - and Snyder is happy to indulge this speculation. The topic came up during the first day of Netflix's Geeked Week on Monday, which is a series of streams in which Netflix is hyping up its nerdier shows and movies. Snyder was on to talk about "Army of the . . .
After a five-year hiatus that felt much, much longer than that, the "Conjuring" franchise is back with its third main-series movie, "The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It." While stars Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson are back as Lorraine and Ed Warren, this time we've got a new director, Michael Chaves, who takes over from James Wan. As is usually the case with these movies and the franchise spinoffs, "The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It" is based on a true story. The horror flick follows the notorious 1981 murder trial of 19-year-old Arne Johnson, who claimed he stabbed his . . .
The most recent new episode of "SNL," which aired on May 22, was hosted by "The Queen's Gambit" star Anya Taylor-Joy, with Lil Nas X as the musical guest. The episode's cold open was less a sketch and more of a comedy routine from the cast, which spent the opening segment cracking jokes about how insane the past year had been with the pandemic making a major impact on just about everything. There wasn't much in the way of celebrity cameos in the new year, and, for now, cast member Alex Moffat will continue to play Joe Biden. He played the role for a second time on April 3 in a . . .