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Gawker Remember When Dr. Dre Bashed a Female Journalist’s Face Against a Wall? | Jalopnik Everyone Just Shut Up And Let This Man Keep His Plane In His Driveway | Kotaku Three Things That Make Fallout 3 Special | Lifehacker What to Look for in a Polo Shirt, Based on Your Body Type | Kinja Popular Posts Read more...

What's the Most Revolting Thing You've Ever Seen in a Horror Movie?

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Some horror movies are carefully constructed operas of psychological dread. And others are just out to make you feel like you’re gonna yak into your popcorn. While we love the former, today’s question is all about the latter: what is the single most repulsive, gore-gastic thing anyone’s ever dared to put onscreen? Read more...

io9 Newsstand: More Proof That Andrea Hairston is a Fantastic Author

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This week’s stories are about dying languages, about the stuff of dreams crossing on over—and about how the world can come to an end more than once. Read more...

Spider-Gwen Comic Can't Create New Characters Because Of Sony—Or Can It?

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There’s been plenty talk of how Marvel’s movies influence their comics —but the story took a seemingly strange twist today following alleged comments from Spider-Gwen artist Robbi Rodriguez claiming the comic can’t create new characters, otherwise Sony would have “first crack” at adapting them for the big screen. Read more...

I'm About to Pour a Weak Acid on Your Face.  Are You Safe?

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Let’s say someone offers you a lot of money to pour a vial of acid on your face. They won’t tell you what kind, but they will reassure you that it’s a “weak acid.” Should you do it? Read more...

This Unusually Dusty Comet is Spewing Mysterious Chunks of Debris

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A new comet is currently making its inaugural trip to the inner Solar System from the Oort cloud where it likely originated. New images show a tremendous amount of dust streaming away from it, along with strange blobs that have attracted the attention of astronomers. Read more...

Researchers this week announced the recovery and identification of four sets of human remains belong

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Researchers this week announced the recovery and identification of four sets of human remains belonging to leaders of colonial Jamestown. Among the items recovered from the graves was a sealed silver box, revealed by X-ray to contain bone fragments, and two pieces of a lead ampulla. Read more...

Under the Dome Wasted Its Chance to Make You Love Me. Screw Everything!

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I’m a sad Dome here. I’ve spent the past few years waiting for everyone to realize how awesome I was, because all along it was clear that eventually something terrible would happen, and I would get to do what Domes do best. And then it finally did, and... sigh. Read more...

A Time Lapse View of the Drought Collected From Satellites

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It’s been a common refrain in the Midwest this year: If only we could pipe all this rain to the West. But a new NASA visualization shows just how drastic the difference has been. Read more...

The Animal-Lover's Dilemma: I Don't Eat Meat, but My Pet Does

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When moral philosopher Gary Steiner first adopted his cat Pindar, the vet advised him to put the cat to sleep. A rescue animal, Pindar had tested positive for FIV (feline AIDS) and feline leukemia, and has since developed other chronic health issues, including kidney disease. Show More Summary

Who Goes There?

Everyone's driving me crazy with their endless babble about the unbearable weather this summer. I guess we should all be glad we're not in Iran right now, where apparently it got up to a record breaking 165 degrees today! At least you could cook a kebab right ON the street. Show More Summary

San Andrea – review

One certainly cannot deny that San Andreas delivers on the promise inherent in its title: it really is  a feature-length road trip up the San Andreas fault, which just happens to be periodically shaking California to pieces along the way. That may not sound like much of a plot, but the film vastly improves upon the [...]

New Books and ARCs, 7/31/15

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The last day of the July, and we have an especially large haul of new books and ARCs for you to admire here. See anything here that begs to be on your own personal bookshelf? Tell me in the comments! And a reminder: If you are in Indianapolis, for GenCon or any other reason, I […]

Here Are Some More Gruesome Walkers From “The Walking Dead” Season 6

Almost two weeks ago, we posted a couple of photos showing some walkers from the upcoming sixth season of AMC’s “The Walking Dead“. We expressed our appreciation with how disgusting and gross the zombies are becoming. Hell, even SFX specialist and show producer Greg Nicotero feels the same way, stating that the walkers are, “…pumpkins […]

“Fear The Walking Dead” Gets Second Season Green Light

Collider has announced that AMC’s “Fear The Walking Dead“, which hasn’t even had its first episode aired yet, has been green-lit for a second season. The announcement came at the TCA conference. “Fear The Walking Dead” is the spinoff to AMC’s hit horror drama “The Walking Dead“, which is entering its sixth season this Fall. […]

“Attack On Titan” Miniseries Trailer Is Just As Massive!

Those of you who have yet to see “Attack On Titan” are missing out. The animated series is on Netflix, and has been blowing our collective minds for well over a year. Now, one of two feature films are arriving out of Japan – from the company behind Godzilla(!) – as well as a live-action […]

R.I.P. “Rowdy” Roddy Piper Dies At 61

Incredibly sad news as it’s being reported that “Rowdy” Roddy Piper has died at age 61. Piper, who was born Roderick George Toombs, passed away from natural causes in his home in Hollywood. He was diagnosed with Hodgkins Lymphoma in 2006 but was declared free from cancer last November. Piper was a wrestling icon in […]

[Review] ‘Harbinger Down’ Is a Bleak, Tiring and Vanilla Creature Feature

With Hollywood abusing CGI, the promise of a practical effects heavy creature feature is just what the horror doctor ordered. Arriving on VOD and in select theaters on August 7th is the crowd-sourced Harbinger Down, the directorial debut of Stan Winston protege Alec Gillis, with ADI (aka Amalgamated Dynamics) co-founder Tom Woodruff, Jr. producing. The […]

Lucy Lawless On the Hunt For “Ash vs Evil Dead”

Above we have your very first look at genre fav Lucy Lawless (“Salem,” “Spartacus”) as RUBY, a mysterious figure who believes Ash (Bruce Campbell) is the cause of the Evil outbreaks in the Starz original series “Ash vs Evil Dead.” In an early interview, producer Robert Tapert explained Lawless’ role, which begins in understanding Jill […]

Mill Creek to Release Two New Horror Collections

Mill Creek is set to release two new horror collections, one all William Castle and the other Horror Films, to DVD to August 18, 2015. Each set will contain 5 movies on 2 discs and run for about $15.00. Personally, I’m a fan of these sets for the most part. The quality of the films can be hit […]

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