fact or fiction

Is it a fact or is it merely fiction? Fact or Fiction explores the lesser known truths in the geek universe.

  • Matt Cates
    Published 3 years ago
    Which Watchman Was the Worst?

    Which Watchman Was the Worst?

    The city may fear him, but Rorschach is a bigoted virgin who never bathes and eats cold beans from the can.
  • Alysha DePerna
    Published 3 years ago
    Best Paranormal TV Shows

    Best Paranormal TV Shows

    Paranormal investigation shows have been around for a while now. Initially presumed to be something of a fad and heavily expected to quickly drop in popularity, that hasn’t proven to be the case. With fan favorite programs like SyFy’s Ghost Hunters, Travel Channel’s Ghost Adventures and several YouTube channels run by investigation groups, the options for the paranormal enthusiast are almost limitless.
  • Eddie Wong
    Published 4 years ago
    Knight Rider’s Original High-Tech Car K.I.T.T.

    Knight Rider’s Original High-Tech Car K.I.T.T.

    The novelty of a self-driving car has worn off in an era where reality exceeds vintage sci-fi shows like Knight Rider. The David Hasselhoff-driven action series was a seminal hit in the 1980s. Like many shows from that decade, it enlightened a generation of dreamers to turn fantasy into reality. From Tesla to Google, the new era of the automotive industry promises to make Knight Rider’s K.I.T.T. proud to be the original high-tech car.
  • Frank White
    Published 4 years ago
    Was 'The Warriors' the First Gang Movie?

    Was 'The Warriors' the First Gang Movie?

    An eighteen-year-old honors student was getting some refreshments during an intermission to Paramount's The Warriors at an Oxnard, California, movie theater when another youth demanded a quarter from him. He refused, and was stabbed to death. The Warriors, the first gang movie, had dropped into the the theater that night. It dropped out the very next day. It was winter 1979, and there were still intermissions during movies.
  • Stephen Hamilton
    Published 4 years ago
    Is Black Sails Historically Accurate?

    Is Black Sails Historically Accurate?

    With all the sex and drinking on Black Sails, it's a wonder pirates got anything accomplished. Historical dramas seem to be the thing, with shows like Marco Polo and Vikings achieving great popularity, but just how historically accurate are they? It's been a long stretch waiting for Black Sails to return, and all this idle time has led to a few intense sessions of over analyzing on this.
  • Stephen Hamilton
    Published 6 years ago
    Modern America and Sex In Spartacus

    Modern America and Sex In Spartacus

    Spartacus was an American television series produced in New Zealand, which premiered on Starz on January 22, 2010 and ended on April 12, 2013 after the third season. The show was inspired by the figure of Spartacus, an enslaved Thracian who became a gladiator in the city of Capua, and went down in history for having led a slave rebellion against the Roman Republic between 73 and 71 B.C. Starz focused the structure of the show on the dark events that took place during Spartacus' early life.