Summer rolls on and the stifling heat continues. We hope you are all staying hydrated, using sunscreen, and taking advantage of the season to live your best life, be it through reading a good book, enjoying a movie, or diving in head-first to the internet's endless Once Upon a Time in Hollywood discourse! For now, here are the top 10 most-read posts on SYFY WIRE FANGRRLS from the past seven days!
You're all still thinking about the Cats trailer. We're all still thinking about the Cats trailer. We will never ever stop obsessing over the Cats trailer. This is just the world we live in. Accept it.
American Horror Story has brought us many seasons of sexy scares, disturbing imagery, and some top-notch fashion. Emma Fraser looks at the show's most stylish moments.
Ever since Spider-Man was rebooted and crossed over into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, fans have had a lot of great things to say about the franchise, but as Hanna Flint notes, it still feels like Aunt May is being sidelined.
The Village turns 15 this year and it deserves your attention once more. What was written off as one of M. Night Shyamalan's weakest films is truly one of his best.
For fans of choose-your-own-adventure narratives, 2015’s Life Is Strange is undeniably one of video gaming’s most interesting options. The comics sequel, Dust, explores ideas of queer romance and trauma, as Laura Dale describes.
S.E. Fleenor explores how Captain Marvel's search for her own identity helped them with "renegotiating my relationship to my name."
The teaser trailer for Season 3 of Westworld dropped and revealed some top-notch power dressing for Tessa Thompson and a chic '40s look for Thandie Newton to punch Nazis in!
Fans were treated to the first peek at Disney’s live-action Mulan, which is exciting for fans of the original, although Jessica Toomer hopes the new film doesn't erase its heroine's status as a bisexual icon.
Gilead's in trouble on the latest episode of The Handmaid's Tale and June proves that the pen is mightier than the sword. Our recappers break it all down.
This year marks the 35th anniversary of '80s classic The Neverending Story, so Stephanie Williams decided to check it out for the first time and share her thoughts with the world.