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This week we say sad goodbyes to some beloved shows with the season finales of Broad City and Brooklyn Nine-Nine—and heal our wounds by watching Lindsay Lohan take a sledgehammer to a car.
In the latest episode of Geek's Guide to the Galaxy, author and futurist Karl Schroeder talks about how technology could start replacing lawyers.
FX guide's Mike Seymour details the how the team behind Noah was able to control the mechanics of a giant custom rain machine with the use of a single iPad app.
From pop to electronic to dubbed-out roots reggae, it's a smorgasbord of styles, so grab a fork. WOW, that's a horrible metaphor. Sorry.
Still having a hard time distinguishing between all those mutants in X-Men: Days of Future Past? We've got the second installment of our X-Men field guide right here.
The first trailer for the Michael Bay-produced Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is here. And it looks, kind of OK?
The brand new trailer for Jupiter Ascending might seem a little familiar, but that doesn't mean that it doesn't also look like it'll be ridiculously fun.
In Bad Words, Kathryn Hahn is the character she was born to play: The best part of any ensemble she's in.
Many Oculus Rift fans have reacted badly to the news of Facebook's acquisition, and of course they've reacted with GIFs.
Angry Nerd is ready to demote the first Avenger from the rank of Captain America down to the Second Lieutenant America. Why? Because his shield is totally metallurgically moronic.
Not content with releasing their back catalog for free via their website, hip-hop group De La Soul just dropped a new mixtape through BitTorrent for the same low price.
Having a hard time distinguishing between the fire guy, the other fire guy, the ice guy, the guy with the tattoo, and the other guy with the tattoo in those X-Men: Days of Future Past teasers? We've got you covered....
Tom Cruise fights the same battle over and over again (and gets shot by Emily Blunt) in the latest trailer for Edge of Tomorrow.
Twitter's #Music app is going away—pushed out amidst a plethora of other music services fighting for attention on your device.
It seems insane we've had to wait this long, no?
March 25 is Tolkien Reading Day, the one unofficial celebration of a literary fantasist to rule them all—well, as long as you're into hobbits, that is.
Want proof that everyone should have fair use access to pop culture to make great television? Look no further than these meticulously cataloged clip collections of cultural references on The Office.
X-Men: Days of Future Past finally has a new full-length trailer. And it is spine-tinglingly awesome.
There's an interesting story to be told about a society that breaks itself into groups based on interpersonal values, and about how society tries to stretch or cut us to fit into certain social categories. Divergent isn't that story...
When concert-goers show up to see Mike Gordon's new tour in support of his album, Overstep, they may just be expecting a standard rock gig. But Mike being Mike, he has surprises in store.