Twenty Years Later, Wesley Snipes Says He's Still the Only Guy Who Could Play Blade

This week marks the 20-year anniversary of the first Blade film. We spoke to Wesley Snipes about the franchise's past and potential future.


A Giant Wind Turbine Is Occupying the Center of the UK’s 'City of Culture'

Artist Nayan Kulkarni is behind the site-specific sculpture known only as 'Blade.'


A Guy Addicted to Swallowing Metal Had 40 Knives Removed from His Gut

"I just enjoyed its taste and I was addicted."


From Basement Jaxx to The Prodigy, Here's Five Unexpected Electronic Songs Used in Blockbuster Movies

With 'Suicide Squad' in theatres now, a look at superhero franchise soundtracks through the years.


Science Fiction Isn’t Just for White Nerds, It’s for Black Nerds Too

Meeting M. Asli Dukan, whose documentary 'Invisible Universe' aims to highlight the important role African Americans have played in modern science fiction.


We Went to A Blood Rave in NYC

The Crystal Method, legions of cosplayers, and synthetic blood were all part of the anticipated Comic Con afterparty.


A Blood Rave Is Coming to New York City's Comic Con

The Crystal Method will headline the immersive party based on the movie 'Blade.'


We Spoke to the 'Blood Rave' Promoters About Their 'Human Blood Shower' Party

Guests are advised not to wear their best outfits, because they're probably going to end up covered in human blood.


A 'Blood Rave' Is Going to Cover Clubbers in Real Blood, Apparently

Organizers say they want to recreate the opening scene from "Blade."


Our Skepticism of the Future Comes In Waves: Margaret Atwood at "Utopia/Dystopia"

On Friday, the New Yorker festival hosted “Utopia/Dystopia," a panel discussion moderated by Daniel Zalewski, with fiction writers George Saunders, Jennifer Egan, and Margaret Atwood, who was the undisputed star.