In most TV markets, it’s hard to imagine the largest network broadcasting a science show in a prime-time slot on its main channel. However, that’s just what the British Broadcasting Corporation is doing with Bang Goes The Theory. One reason is that the BBC is publicly funded and as such has a remit to educate […]
Written, directed and animated by Crush’s animation director Christopher Minos, Knight Fever was produced using a mix of 2D and 3D techniques and took approximately 2 years to realize. Its first official screening was just a few days ago at the LA Short Film Festival.
The Human Flypaper is a super sticky mat that you leave just inside your doorway when you leave home. If a burglar succeeds in breaking in via your front door, he’ll step on the thing and will likely get stuck to it. In theory, this might sound like a good idea, but in practice, we […]
He’ll grant you any wish you desire, 8-bit or otherwise. Thanks Alex!
Some are wondering if a contest that EA ran promoting their new game Dante’s Inferno during Comic Con went too far in supposedly encouraging attendees to “harass a booth babe” in order to win. The contest asked attendees to “commit acts of lust” and provide photographic evidence on Twitter. So was this just a way […]
A publisher is reprinting Norman Mailer’s articles on the Moon landings for LIFE magazine. The three-part feature was the longest nonfiction piece ever published in the magazine. But that’s not the best part. The articles are being reprinted in a collectible book along with excerpts from Mailer’s book “Of a Fire On The Moon” and […]
Tron Legacy is the sequel to the 1982 film Tron in which Sam Flynn, the 27-year-old son of Kevin Flynn (The hero of the first movie), investigates into his father’s disappearance and finds himself sucked into the same world where his father has been trapped for 25 years.