Top 10 Biggest Differences Between Marvel and DC

Since I was a comic collecting kid, there were always two schools of comic fandom. DC or Marvel (with the wisest and geekiest of us collecting both, and IMAGE, and more) but there was a clear line drawn in the sand between those two major companies, with Marvel coming out ahead sometimes (X-Men) and DC […]

The Story of How the Fahrenheit Temperature Scale Came to Be [Video]

The crazy story of the arbitrary temperature scale used in a tiny minority of countries. [Veritasium]

Final Fantasy: The Story of The Game That Saved Square [Video]

With the release of Final Fantasy XV, now is the perfect time to tell the story of Final Fantasy, the game that saved Square from a certain doom. A popular story is told about how the Final Fantasy series got its name. While working at Square, one employee, Hironobu Sakaguchi, decided on the name as […]

Virtual Reality Film Aims To Deter Drunk Drivers [360° Video]

An alcoholic drinks company has produced a virtual reality video that lets users experience a car crash from a 360 degree perspective. It’s designed to highlight the dangers of drunk driving. The video from Diageo is compatible with most of the major VR headsets on the market. It also works on the Facebook and YouTube […]

7 Things You (Probably) Didn’t Know About Harry Potter

Watch as the folks from Cinefix list 7 things you probably did not know about the Harry Potter franchise, starting with the beds in the Gryffindor dorm room, which never grew in size as the kids became older (and bigger!) from one movie to the other. Alas, the hidden chambers of the wizarding world are […]

An American’s Guide to the Canadian Provinces

For any Americans considering visiting Canada, here is “An American’s Guide to the Canadian Provinces (and territories)“ by Jamie Shaw . We hope it will be very useful to you during your stay. Editor’s note: As a proud Canadian and resident of the province of Quebec, the description you’ll read of our province (below) is […]

Hayao Miyazaki’s (Studio Ghibli) Influence vs. His Movies [Video]

In case you haven’t heard yet, Hayao Miyazaki is coming out of retirement for one last movie, and what better way to pass time than to watch some of the references he used while creating his films: Movies included in this compilation: Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind, Castle in the Sky, My Neighbor […]

10 Awesome Inventions by Kids [Video]

This episode of AllTime10s takes a look at 10 amazing invention that were discovered by kids! Children’s overactive imaginations make them them natural creative geniuses. But, did you know some of the items we use everyday were invented by a child? From the trampoline, to the TV, AllTime10s brings you, 10 Incredible Inventions By Children. […]

A Tribute to Cinematic Space Trips (1902 – 2015) [Video]

Created by filmmaker Daniel Mcilwraith and Fandor Keyframe, this supercut tribute pays homage to the past 113 years of cinematic space trips, from Georges Méliès’ 1902 French silent film “A Trip to the Moon,” up to Ridley Scott‘s The Martian from 2015. For those interested, I’ll include the full list of movies below: 1902: A […]

A Look at the Growth of Human Population Through Time (100,000 BC to 2100 AD) [Video]

From The American Museum of Natural History: It took 200,000 years for our human population to reach 1 billion—and only 200 years to reach 7 billion. But growth has begun slowing, as women have fewer babies on average. When will our global population peak? And how can we minimize our impact on Earth’s resources, even […]

7 Things You (Probably) Didn’t Know About Doctor Strange!

Watch as the folks from Cinefix list 7 things you probably did not know about Doctor Strange, from the character’s first appearance on television back in 1978 up until today with the new Doctor Strange movie. This comic-to-film adaptation hits theaters this weekend but what you didn’t know are all the major setbacks almost making […]

Hilarious Video Showcases Creative Weapons of the Medieval Era

In this video, Youtuber Sam O’Nella from the “Sam O’Nella Academy,” which I’m sure is not really a real thing, takes a hilarious look at some of the most creative weapons that were used during the medieval era, including the gigantic Warwolf trebuchet, a weapon that was called “greek fire,” and the use of pigeons […]