According to a theory about the song, Frosty the Snowman was brought to life by a group of evil children.
'Back to the Future' has enough time travel paradoxes to keep astute viewers busy for decades. Take a look at some of the most compelling—and disturbing—fan theories.
For 50 years, the hard-working teens (and dog) of Mystery, Inc. have been investigating the paranormal—and inspiring some wild fan theories.
Nancy Wheeler from 'Stranger Things' might the sassiest, gun-shootin’ big sister there ever was, but according to a recent fan theory on Reddit, it is time for her to get the ax.
With the fourth season of Netflix’s hit series Stranger Things officially confirmed, fans are (unsurprisingly) already coming up with their detailed theories and ideas for what’s to come.
Despite its exhaustively polished veneer, 'Downton Abbey' was always a soap opera. So it should come as no surprise that fans have developed some wacky theories about the show.
A new fan theory about a bizarre connection between all of the murdered characters on 'Stranger Things' has got fans thinking about who could be next.
With dozens of symbols and a naturally allegorical tale, 'The Wizard of Oz' lends itself to a wide variety of interpretations and pet theories—some of them more plausible than others.
If these 'Saved By the Bell' fan theories are to be believed, murderers, eco-terrorists, a famous tech billionaire, and one foul-mouthed superhero could be wandering the halls of Bayside High.
One Redditor is making a pretty interesting case about a surprising new villain for the upcoming season: our super-powered hero, Eleven.
In literature, 'canon' refers to source material that establishes the characters, relationships, and events of a fictional universe. 'Headcanon,' however, describes fans’ imagined explanations for what happens between the lines, or off the page entirely.
We already know that Benedict Cumberbatch will be reprising his role as Dr. Stephen Strange in 'Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness,' but could another beloved Marvel character be coming along for the ride?
Netflix’s 'Stranger Things' is set in the 1980s and regularly includes references to huge cultural phenomena from that time, including 'Star Wars.' Now it seems that George Lucas's legendary space opera might offer a clue regarding the fate of Hopper.
Winona Ryder’s role as both a character in 'Stranger Things' and a fixture of the 1980s has given rise to a wild theory—and this week, one of the show's producers addressed it.
'Star Wars' star Mark Hamill recently took to Twitter to debunk a fan theory about what Luke Skywalker says after destroying the Death Star in 'A New Hope.'
At this point, it seems most fans of 'Stranger Things' agree that Billy Hargrove will become the new monster of season 3. And at least one person believes he'll take Karen Wheeler down with him.
One Reddit user thinks they know a major element of what’s to come in 'Stranger Things,' and it involves the relocation of some key characters.
'Stranger Things' fans are convinced that the season 3 trailer hints at the death of a major character. Watch out, Nancy Wheeler.
A new 'Stranger Things' clip shows Billy driving around in his Camaro before crashing in front of Brimborn Steel Works. Could this be confirmation for a major season 3 fan theory?
'Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker' isn’t hitting theaters until December, but fans are already speculating how the Skywalker Saga will conclude.
In one of her last scenes, Brienne of Tarth put aside any anger she might’ve had toward Jaime Lannister to finish his page in the White Book. There was one sweet detail you might have missed.
The house colors of Gryffindor, Slytherin, Ravenclaw, and Hufflepuff are connected to the four elements, according to Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling.
HBO's 'Chernobyl' has been a major post-'Game of Thrones' triumph for the network—and has at least one fan wondering if the nuclear disaster might play a part in 'Stranger Things.'
'Game of Thrones' star Isaac Hempstead Wright says that while the series' ending shocked many viewers, it came straight from George R.R. Martin himself.