August is well underway, and it's hard to believe summer is almost over. The year has gone by so quickly, and that's kind of terrifying. The blockbuster season is almost over, ready to make way for Halloween and Oscar bait, but there's still lots to enjoy and talk about. Check out the top 10 most-read posts from the past seven days on SYFY WIRE FANGRRLS!
25 years on from its premiere, and in the year of the much-hyped remake, Afiya Augustine revisits The Lion King and realizes a few things she never noticed as a kid.
You have to admit, it's pretty weird that The Boys, a show that scathingly takes on the overtly corporatized nature of our world, is an Amazon Prime exclusive.
The Village is a wonderful movie. It's M. Night Shyamalan's masterpiece. It's better than you remember it being. We won't be taking any further questions at this time.
Since it debuted in 2011, American Horror Story has served up Old Hollywood glam, ‘70s-inspired witches, and boho frocks. Emma Fraser looks at the show's most gloriously stylish moments.
Tabletop role-playing games are experiencing a resurgence in popularity, so there was no better time for Riley Silverman to check out the feminist D&D collection 'Uncaged Anthology.'
From Mortal Engines to the Final Fantasy movie, check out our list of the 12 biggest genre box-office bombs of all time. These were some serious flops!
Wynonna Earp showrunner Emily Andras joined stars Melanie Scrofano, Katherine Barrell, Chantel Riley, and Greg Lawson in the SYFY Wire studio at SDCC to chat about the upcoming season and what breakfast food each cast member would be.
Gilead's in trouble and June keeps a pen handy on the latest episode of The Handmaid's Tale, as discussed by our intrepid recappers.
For SE Fleenor, watching Captain Marvel offered them so much to identify within Carol's struggle for identity.
When Laura Dale was looking for a way to do pelvic exercises, she discovered a way to play Flappy Bird with her vagina, so of course, she had to try it out!