35 year ago, John Carpenter‘s sci-fi horror flick The Thing was released, and now, a tabletop game paying homage to the movie is being released. In “The Thing: Infection at Outpost 31” you can play as one of a dozen characters from the film as you investigate the facility to find who amongst the team has been infected by the alien.
Gather your gear, investigate the facility, face sabotage, expose any imitations that have infiltrated your crew, fight the Thing – then escape Outpost 31! Remember: your friends are the warmest place to hide. And so are you.
Watch as Elijah Wood explains the game in the following video:
[The Thing: Infection at Outpost 31]
Look What Joker Made me Do: A parody of Taylor Swift’s “Look What You Made Me Do” by my friends Chad and Angie from The Screen Team.
[The Screen Team]
Feel the Force around you with IGN’s complete timeline detailing every Star Wars video game ever, from 1982 with The Empire Strikes Back to 2017 with Battlefront II!
The second season of Stranger Things has already been out for a few weeks, and I don’t know many people who did not binge watch through it. My girlfriend and I watched the whole thing while on our 12-hour bus ride from Washington DC to Quebec City, and did not fall asleep even once. Needless to say, Stranger Things t-shirts are all the rage right now, and here are 10 of the most beautiful ones we’ve seen on the web. All tees are available in sizes S to 5XL in many style and colors. The regular tees are priced at just $14 for now from sizes S to XL, with larger sizes being slightly more expensive.
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Stranger Things Bikes
Looking for the Upside Down
Darkness & Demogorgons
Friends Don’t Lie
There’s Something Strange
L’Eggo My Eleven
Strange Number 11 (gold-silver)
Where the Upside Ends
With Justice League smashing onto our screens, DC is upping the stakes with an epic, bust-’em-up brawl featuring the heavyweights of the comic book line-up. But life wasn’t always teamwork and spandex for the cast of Justice League. In our universe, there was a time when Flash sang opera, Aquaman studied marine biology, and Batman grew up just outside of Boston, with parents.
In this segment of The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, Jack Black talks about how his son racked up a 3000$ bill on an in-game currency and mentions the predatory nature of these games. Please note that the interesting part starts at 1:55.
[The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon]