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Stones Throw Records is one of hip-hop's great indie labels. Now there's a star-studded documentary about it.
More than LOLCat, more than Doge, the reaction GIF has become the lingua franca of the internet. It's a perfect, economical, expression—and next month, it becomes the focus of an exhibit at the Museum of the Moving Image in New...
The new trailer for director Gareth Edwards' upcoming Godzilla reboot is heavy on the suspense. Also, it looks pretty awesome.
Today sees the release of Disney's long-promised app Disney Movies Anywhere for iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV; it gives you access to any Disney (or Marvel!) flick that you own digitally, whether you purchased it through iTunes or redeemed the...
Rock nerds, rejoice: Numero Group's new fantasy-themed underground compilation is all about rocking hard and rolling dice.
NBC is bringing back its 2006 superhero series 'Heroes' as a miniseries next year. Forget how much you hated seasons 2-4; this is actually a good idea.
Missed out on Jimmy's first week in NBC's big-boy chair? We've got your back with this collection of the best moments from his first five shows.
Literary publishing's uneasy relationship with fan fiction has been complicated by the realization that fandom is a huge potential market—one already stocked with both prolific authors and enthusiastic readers. But how to tap that market is a dilemma that few...
The winning games from the Candy Jam, where indie developers created more than 450 games to troll the creators of Candy Crush Saga.
See John McClaine's 132-minute adventure at Nakatomi Plaza condensed into a tight (and cute) 60 seconds of stick-figure animation.
No one knows what the future will hold—except possibly LA public radio station KCRW, which has an almost freakish ability to sniff out emerging bands.
Once again, an international televised event has caused a string of new memes. Here are some of the internet's favorite moments from the 2014 Winter Olympics.
The most undeniable part of the Guardians of the Galaxy trailer was that song—and Marvel Studios is far from the only one to fall for its dubious charms.
It's been two decades since Bill & Ted's Excellent Comic Book hit the shops -- and it's still great after all these years.
Questlove’s star just keeps rising: Napster, mp3s, and a little something called the iPod change the way people listen to their music.
Seth Meyers is about to take over the Late Night throne. How can he break out from the rest of the late night pack? Angry Nerd offers a simple solution: Up the ante on the dumb social media stunts.
Here's the Honest Trailer for Gravity, the movie most humorously described as "90 minutes of bumping into stuff" that definitely shouldn't be watched on your iPhone.
The HLN network has unveiled its first development slate aimed at the social media generation. Brace yourselves.
The interactive trailer for Condition One's Oculus Rift film Zero Point gives a taste of what it would be like to watch the movie in a VR headset.
The '90s: The Roots form (well, first they’re called the Square Roots), the Internet lands, and the Discman/Walkman war goes down. One thing we can all agree on, though? Hip-hop’s golden age.